pikey009

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    Celica GT4 ST205
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    1994
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    Lincolnshire
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  1. The Tunit box, I'm sure they do a years interest free finance but I just took the 6months option
  2. Lovely set of Team dynamics pro race 1.3, these are the lightest road spec pro race wheels and do not have the embossing on the outer rim like the 1.2's. They are 18x8- pcd 114.3- 60mm center bore, et35. Wrapped in kumo tyres two of which are nearing the limit. I ran them on my auris sr180 for 2 years but have now sold the car. They are in lovely condition with absolutely not kurbing at all. They didn't rub or effect the handling in any way and that was with running lower springs. I'm looking for £450- they cost a lot more when new. They are currently in lincolnshire but I can get them to North yorkshire as I work up there during the week. Feel free to drop me a text (my signal isn't brilliant at work) and I can happily provide more pictures. 07771364634 Thanks Jase
  3. I ran a Tunit box on mine for two years with absolutely no issues and the car was a lot quicker- got an extra 4mpg on the Middle setting and probably could get more on the eco setting. Plus you can do Intrest free for a year :)
  4. They look ok in the pics but they never really seem to do them much justic, in the flesh they look lovely and have a pretty big offset. Oo you'll have to get some pics up then :) the front splitter is my fave part over the stock look. Only cost £90 for the part and painting in the end! And Phil: yeh I bet they'd sit that little bit lower than the eibachs and probably handle even better but you're right, you'd be saving a fortune :)
  5. A rather nicely polished Auris there It's uncanny how close your wheels are to the Dare ST's I've bought for next Spring !
  6. Snap, done exactly the same with the springs and there's a much better feel through the corners :)
  7. ooo that's a nice colour ;)
  8. Here are some recent pics of mine
  9. I doubt it to be honest. They've never really bothered exporting much official TRD stuff over to the UK or any of the nice looking toyota upgrades really, all we normally get are the TTE- now Toyot Motorsport parts but prices are mental. I ordered a new Toyota Motorsport badge the other week and the list price was around £30! and it's absolutly tiny . You might get lucky at some dealers with part numbers for TRD stuff but it's a long shot.
  10. Hmm, I think I'll be upgrading too then, maybe to a better compound pad. The auris brakes are a little poo aren't they, not much positive feedback at all. Thanks for the replies guys
  11. I've got one but my laptop is knackered at the moment so I can't load up pictures