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C_MY_VIA

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About C_MY_VIA

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  • Birthday 11/03/1987

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    http://www.eurodecor.com.au

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    Australia SA
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  • Car Type
    Toyota
  1. CARS SPOTTED : SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    Spotted a chameleon kitted S15 down a hillside up against a tennis court...OUCH!
  2. I have a Dell XPS in 13" and it has been perfect and never let me down..I dont think they make the XPS in 13" anymore but here is a close match they do- http://www.dell.com/au/business/p/inspiron-13z-intel/pd?~ck=anav
  3. Body Kit for Audi A5 2010

    With the Aussie dollar going up might help to look overseas... heres a not so cheap one on ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NEW-AUDI-A5-B8-ORIGINAL-CARACTERE-FULL-BODY-KIT-NEW-/360361713852?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item53e73b60bc
  4. s14.5 silvia

    Starcorps are just not going to cut it with that colour...
  5. One for the poker players

    Yeah we mainly do pool tables and furniture...can get you other bits and pieces if needed like decent dart boards etc..So if any of you guys are after pool tables let me know.
  6. One for the poker players

    Thats my place and unfortunately we dont do Poker tables but if you do want to make one I can sell you some Pool table felt..otherwise EBS can help you out. If you want something small for your mates we do a small conversion kitchen/poker table has drawers for cup holders/ash trays.
  7. BMW E30 318IS

    Man I miss my little E30 318iS so much after seeing yours...was such an awesome car to drive, I hope to buy another coupe for a project. Good luck with your future mods- consider replacing the rear mtechII spoiler with an mtechI they are so much better looking.
  8. D¤szhΣ d>brΘ dvats¤t pyatch dun nΘroj¡nya d¡ tabyΦ! NazdΘr>vyu = (good health/cheers)! Reads = Good something... Even a good twenty five...Cheers I aint even Russian but from what I can see thats what I can make out Oh What I wrote is missing a few words that I cant compute
  9. General chit chat thread!

    As I wes heading up Gorge yesterday evening got held up by a CFS truck heading to an accident from what it looked like was a bike that had gone into a cliff or so..It didnt seem that big but seen an ambo leaving as the truck was arriving hope the rider was ok..ride safe folks.
  10. All japan day

    Ahh the late notice is devastating I would have had quiet a few very nice/clean bikes come enter if I found out earlier..have already made plans instead at this stage but next year will be keen to bring down some nice bikes.
  11. K7 GSX-R1000

    Recently picked up my new ride its a 2007 K7 GSX-R1000..I wasn't really looking at getting a Gixxer when I started bike shopping but this one popped up and after inspecting it I knew I had to have it. The bike is completely standard at the moment and is in mint condition having only traveled 3300kms I am still getting used to the jump from power as I came from a de-restricted Hyosung GT650R and the Suzuki is just a million times smoother and faster then the old V-twin beast. Having a factory fuel management feature that allows for lower horsepower has been a great way to get used to the power or manage it during the tight and twisty stuff. The other awesome feature I am loving is the slipper clutch, it works a treat and makes things so much smoother. Plans are to fit either a Jardine GP-1 or if I can get the extra cash a Taylor Made Exhaust *droolz*, tinted double bubble, ASV Levers. frame/fork sliders for now. Anyways here are a few pics of it and if you see me around give us a toot/nod usually find me up North East way.
  12. No Cut vs Cut

    After witnessing my mate drop his bike at a very slow speed the other day, and seeing him scratch up his clean fairings the talk of fitting some frame sliders came up. I just recently purchased my bike and its from what I can say in MINT condition only done 3000ks and no scratches on it at all. After having a look around there seems to be two options when it comes to frame sliders the Cut vs No Cut. Now as much as I would love to keep my bike clean from cuts I also want to protect it more if one day it does drop and I am sure one day it will. What option did you go for? What are your opinions on what I should do? The no cut sliders I am looking at are the Motovation No Cut sliders Found here http://www.motovationusa.com/mvstore/Scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=240 If I was going the cut option then Woodcraft Frame Sliders seem the sleekest. Found here http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com/Detail.bok?no=5096 Cheers
  13. All japan day

    Any chance there is a motorbike section? or possibly an idea of introducing one this/next year?
  14. General chit chat thread!

    Picked up my new ride today a K7 GSXR1000 absolutely loving it..having the fuel map feature makes it so much easier to transition into a litre bike.
  15. Dead crabs at Henley Beach

    Just to throw a spanner into the works....2012 bitches! http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/ipad/fish-birds-in-mass-death-mysteries/story-fn6bqphm-1225981311590
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