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Laundo last won the day on February 11 2014

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About Laundo

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  • Birthday 09/29/1980

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    Nissan Silvia
  1. The wheel and tyre industry any good?

    every full price set (4 tyres) sold with balance, alignment gets a free bikini Girl car wash. (hot girls works best) have shop out of town and a burnout pad in the back where for the mere price of $25, they can go and do a burnout. after 6pm your liquor licence comes into effect Profit
  2. The wheel and tyre industry any good?

    Don't forget things like lease companies and what not ( everyone has a work car now days) that will take 60 days to pay you. So you have bought the tyres, done a balance and fitment. wheel alignment and sent the car out. all done on the first of June. they have issued you an order number and you have sent the invoice. now the bill cycle means at the end of June they have 30 days to pay. admittedly you will also have a similar time to pay for the tyres from your supplier, but none of your workers are willing to wait 60 days to be paid for their work.
  3. Had fun at Brizzy Powerplay

    I don't really get the hate towards it. most of the people bagging out on this would have done exactly this against a random car on a straight bit of road somewhere. this just gives people who are into cars (not just one make or model of car) somewhere to go and have a bit of fun. who cars if its a turbo 4cyl a v8 or a f**king (forgot this forum does not allow swearing) Prius just enjoy yourself without having to look over your should for a set of flashing lights
  4. Smart phone apps

    yeah i love it, don't get to play much at the moment though so dropped my trophies down to about 1000 and just check it once every few days to bank gold, elixer and DE and set new upgrades. can be very addictive though
  5. Shit talkers' thread

    HICAS or High Capacity Actively Controlled Steering AKA Hindusthan College of Arts and Science. s Nissan's rear wheel steering system found on cars ranging from the more recent Skyline and Fairlady Z (300ZX) iterations to smaller models like the Nissan Cefiro (A31), 240SX/Silvia (S13 & S15)/180SX and Nissan Serena/Nissan Largo. It is also found on models from Nissan's Infiniti division, such as the Q45, M45/M35 and G37. Unlike many other four wheel steering systems, HICAS and Super HICAS are fitted to improve handling rather than as a parking aid. Earlier HICAS versions used hydraulics to steer the rear wheels. The hydraulic system was powered by the power steering pump and used speed sensors to determine how much and in which direction to steer the rear wheels. Later versions, called Super HICAS, moved to an electric actuator for the rear steering rack, making the system much lighter. The Super HICAS system also used its own computer to control the system instead of speed sensors. HICAS and Super HICAS rear wheel steering is limited to about 10 degrees in either direction. HICAS was introduced on the 1986 (HICAS was almost used on the 1985 model but was not ready in time for production) Skyline GTS coupes (GTS, GTS-R, and GTS-X). The system was later adapted to work on many models in the Nissan range, beginning with the Passage GT. Editors Note ~ items in Bold are my own working, all others are stolen from google after a 3 second google search of What does Hicas Stand for
  6. Rex Kelway sucks.

    looks kind of like a pinch mould or something similar. can usually buy by the m at places like clark rubber etc. Happy to be proven wrong though
  7. Glynnsides rb24 180sx - Back to church duties

    oh i thought you said original. oh well, hope it all goes well for you
  8. Glynnsides rb24 180sx - Back to church duties

    Rear mounted Diahatsu Charage Turbo with Chain Drive to Rear Axle

    We Can't code a key without the Car, BUT, snap on scan tools and the lot now have the ability to code keys, if they have the key number and Body Control Number ( pre VE commodore for the holden peoples ) they can code a key
  10. Rep system is back!

    hahahaha, this post has a popular star beside it.