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  • Adam.Findlay's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:51 AM
    I'm about to make another batch of these if anyone is intrested in a set. Custom anodising colours available on request
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  • TAR's Avatar
    14-07-2024, 10:23 PM
    lol, epic thread from the dead revival :skull: :happy:
    9 replies | 123 view(s)
  • johnsdenm's Avatar
    14-07-2024, 02:50 PM
    johnsdenm replied to a thread Back in a vr4 in General Chat
    That's fantastic news! Congrats on getting back into a VR4, especially such a unique one with a fascinating history. Can't wait to see the pics once you collect it!
    14 replies | 949 view(s)
  • johnsdenm's Avatar
    14-07-2024, 02:49 PM
    Running your car with one mismatched tyre, even if it's a part worn tyre like the Pirelli P6000 with similar tread depth, can affect handling due to the different tread patterns. While the tread depth is close to your Yokohama tyres, the different design might lead to uneven wear and slightly alter the vehicle's balance. The impact on the differential should be minimal if the tread depth is similar, but for optimal safety and performance, it's best to replace all four tyres sooner rather than...
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  • johnsdenm's Avatar
    14-07-2024, 02:47 PM
    johnsdenm started a thread Hi from John in Newbies Area
    Hi everyone, Thank you for the warm welcome! I'm excited to be a part of the Club VR-4 community. My name is John, and I'm a new member here. I've been passionate about VR-4s for a while and am looking forward to learning more and sharing experiences with fellow enthusiasts. I've taken some time to go through the HOW TO Guides and found them really helpful. I especially appreciate the detailed instructions on forum permissions and new posting features. If anyone has any tips or advice...
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  • Rhearty's Avatar
    13-07-2024, 11:35 PM
    Ok ya was thinking the one mm difference would be negligible. Thanks for the info, I?ll try that GFB one out then
    4 replies | 60 view(s)
  • Confused's Avatar
    13-07-2024, 07:16 PM
    Seems like GFB are one of the few that give a 33mm measurement rather than 34, but they're installed into rubber hose, that 1mm difference in the description won't make a bit of difference to the installation or use. Not sure why it doesn't list the 4-6, but the later Evo has a metal one which people have used as upgrades to their stock VR-4 recirculating valve.
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  • Judder's Avatar
    13-07-2024, 04:33 PM
    7202 ECU now sold - 7201 ECU still available
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  • Rhearty's Avatar
    13-07-2024, 03:48 AM
    https://gofastbits.com/product/t9033-respons-tms-universal-33mm-inlet-33mm-outlet-blow-off-valve-or-bov-with-gfb-tms-advantage-patented-adjustable-venting-bias-system-diverter-valve/ This is the one I THINK will work although it says 33mm not 34mm for the barbs. Also doesn?t say it?s compatible with evo 4-6 either
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  • sonnick84's Avatar
    12-07-2024, 09:39 AM
    sonnick84 posted a visitor message on sonnick84's profile
    Есть сегодня много разнообразных трав, что возможно курить с помощью бонга. Вот на таком виде товаров и специализируется наш онлайн-магазин. Мы сможем предоставить интересные модели, что помогут отлично насладиться процессом курения. Хорошо понимая, что на текущий день при помощи бонга курят большое количество людей разные травы, мы создали огромный выбор. Если интересует бонг самара, зайдите в наш онлайн магазин и самостоятельно оцените, что мы сможем предоставить. Кроме выгодных...
  • Confused's Avatar
    11-07-2024, 06:19 PM
    Anything that fits the Evo, with a 34mm inlet and outlet at 90 degrees to each other.
    4 replies | 60 view(s)
  • Rhearty's Avatar
    11-07-2024, 05:25 PM
    Hey guys Just wondering if any body is running a GFB Respons bov and know which model number it is? I ask the guys at GFB directly and they couldn?t tell me. Or does anyone know the barb sizes on the inlet and outlet valves on the stock valve? Thanks Ryan
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  • NGAWX's Avatar
    10-07-2024, 01:31 PM
    NGAWX replied to a thread New Member in Newbies Area
    Thank you both! I have registered over there as well on GalantVr4.org. It did need a little TLC. I replaced the timing components, and currently having some dents taken out, and paint work performed.
    3 replies | 69 view(s)
  • TAR's Avatar
    08-07-2024, 10:15 PM
    TAR replied to a thread New Member in Newbies Area
    /Welcome Great first post, even included some pictures. It looks good, does it need any work? :happy:
    3 replies | 69 view(s)
  • Amonlym's Avatar
    08-07-2024, 06:15 PM
    Amonlym replied to a thread New Member in Newbies Area
    Looks sweet, I do like the 6G. There is a US club dedicated to the 6G VR4 https://www.galantvr4.org/ that is worth saying "hi" to if you haven't already. The majority of us here are in Europe and know mostly the 8G cars from Japan (just recently available to US buyers!)
    3 replies | 69 view(s)
  • NGAWX's Avatar
    08-07-2024, 03:17 AM
    NGAWX started a thread New Member in Newbies Area
    Hello all. My name is Andrew. I am from the Atlanta, Ga area. I purchased this 1989 Gallant VR4 approximately a month ago. Brings me back to my 1G DSM days, I had a 1990 Eclipse GSX back in the day. Definitely looking forward to the road ahead.
    3 replies | 69 view(s)
  • CptPassive's Avatar
    07-07-2024, 06:26 PM
    Car Details Car: Legnum str Year: 1997 Colour: Galaxy White Transmission: Automatic Mileage Total: 105529km / 65527mls Mileage KM: 85000 M.O.T. Expiry Date: 15 January 2025
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