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    Thread: Snapped subframe
Post: RE: Snapped subframe

Part of my front subframe where the front wishbone bush mounts snapped clean in half due to rot on my phase 1 if thats any hood info to you lol
Nath140889 Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 4 1,505 21-09-2015, 01:34 AM
    Thread: Chris_90's citroen zx volcane The END
Post: RE: Chris_90's citroen zx estate SOLD New car

Yeah i can manage that in the audi around town, can also manage to get instant mpg down to 8.1 on bypasses haha , think lowest average i've had so far is around 21
Nath140889 Projects 309 87,846 28-08-2015, 03:59 PM
    Thread: Chris_90's citroen zx volcane The END
Post: RE: Chris_90's citroen zx estate SOLD New car

Welcome to the 20v club lol, make sure you use the proper vw spec oil, mines just suffered oul pressure failure due to crap oils being used in it causing gunking up in the head, you will hate the fuel...
Nath140889 Projects 309 87,846 27-08-2015, 08:38 PM
    Thread: Which do I need?
Post: RE: Which do I need?

Second
Nath140889 The Couch 10 1,681 27-08-2015, 02:15 AM
    Thread: Best alloys on 306...
Post: RE: Best alloys on 306...

Swallows...... Haha said no one ever
Nath140889 Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 33 12,103 22-07-2015, 03:59 AM
    Thread: Stage 1/stage 2 whats the difference? general tuning questions
Post: RE: Stage 1/stage 2 whats the difference? general ...

Personally id say a front mount does let you run more boost but thats due to its cooling, depending what boost you want to run depends on the size core needed for the intercooler etc , more boost usua...
Nath140889 XUD Section 5 3,015 19-07-2015, 02:01 AM
    Thread: UK Road trip; what to do, where to visit? South to North
Post: RE: UK Road trip; what to do, where to visit? Sout...

Yeah snake pass sucks in the day but i have to say almost everytime i have drove it has been after midnight , its one of the most common drivig places round here, usually barnsley>penistone>strines>sn...
Nath140889 The Couch 25 4,333 21-06-2015, 06:36 PM
    Thread: UK Road trip; what to do, where to visit? South to North
Post: RE: UK Road trip; what to do, where to visit? Sout...

Road to drive in yorkshire, a57 sheffield to glossop also known as snake pass.
Nath140889 The Couch 25 4,333 18-06-2015, 11:04 PM
    Thread: Ive got a mr2 mk1 with a blown engine on my driveway
Post: RE: Ive got a mr2 mk1 with a blown engine on my dr...

Does welsh pug ever get tired of being over opinionated?
Nath140889 XUD Section 9 2,229 31-05-2015, 03:52 PM
    Thread: Ive got a mr2 mk1 with a blown engine on my driveway
Post: RE: Ive got a mr2 mk1 with a blown engine on my dr...

Do it, so many will call it a tragedy to do it to a mr2 but i reckon a big turbo coal blowing xud mr2 would be epic
Nath140889 XUD Section 9 2,229 29-05-2015, 11:00 PM
    Thread: write up for a car on show
Post: RE: write up for a car on show

bashbarnard Wrote: (10-05-2015, 11:09 AM) -- Think im gonna join the metro owners forum and link your project thread then procta. I like to watch the world burn. Lol -- I want to see this now , doo...
Nath140889 The Couch 32 14,334 10-05-2015, 06:06 PM
    Thread: Cordless impact wrench
Post: RE: Cordless impact wrench

Id advise against the clarke one, mine used to not even undo wheel Nuts on my lazers, few year old now admittedly and may have improved since but as above i reccomend either snap on, milwake or mac to...
Nath140889 The Couch 55 10,940 03-05-2015, 03:08 AM
    Thread: Tonights boxing.
Post: RE: Tonights boxing.

Same logic applied , least with boxing they are actually trained athletes , wouldnt be an olympic sport otherwise
Nath140889 The Couch 28 3,324 02-05-2015, 06:20 PM
    Thread: Tonights boxing.
Post: RE: Tonights boxing.

By toms logic going to a drag racing track is pointless because if you do it outside on a friday night you get locked up
Nath140889 The Couch 28 3,324 02-05-2015, 06:03 PM
    Thread: Anyone used an exhaust db killer/bung
Post: RE: Anyone used an exhaust db killer/bung

With it being a non turbo i dont see how a standard style box will hurt it as they came from factory with fairly tame and quiet exhausts, unless you have it mapped and running itbs or something, a 2li...
Nath140889 Technical 13 5,120 28-04-2015, 04:45 PM
    Thread: Nearest member to me?
Post: RE: Nearest member to me?

Depends on when and location for me , also i'd be comming in a german car lol
Nath140889 The Couch 20 3,038 13-04-2015, 12:26 AM
    Thread: best fans?
Post: RE: best fans?

I had a pretty dead rad and a pressurizing head, the fans were fitted for traffic but i was also running 26psi on a tmic for a while so temps were not great at times
Nath140889 XUD Section 12 2,733 12-04-2015, 11:33 PM
    Thread: Tools
Post: RE: Tools

Also if your doing a beam change and changjng brakes get six sided brake pipe spanners
Nath140889 The Couch 31 10,206 12-04-2015, 09:11 PM
    Thread: Nearest member to me?
Post: RE: Nearest member to me?

Is there any yorkshire members that still have a 306?
Nath140889 The Couch 20 3,038 12-04-2015, 09:07 PM
    Thread: Fitting Xantia Inlet
Post: RE: Fitting Xantia Inlet

Pretty much is just a harder job due to lack of space tbh , can always take top engine mount off and pull the engine forwards a little with a strap around the front crossmember and to a lifting eye , ...
Nath140889 XUD Section 7 2,172 10-04-2015, 10:15 AM
    Thread: Fitting Xantia Inlet
Post: RE: Fitting Xantia Inlet

Top mount intercooler, turbo intake pipe , boost pipe, inlet manifold, exhaust manifold then swap gaskets and re assemble , not sure if you can retain original airfilter pipe work that runs behind the...
Nath140889 XUD Section 7 2,172 10-04-2015, 10:01 AM
    Thread: best fans?
Post: RE: best fans?

I ran two 12s on the front of my rad and two switches one kept it cool enough sat in traffic and both on for hooning hard especially in summer
Nath140889 XUD Section 12 2,733 07-04-2015, 02:00 PM
    Thread: Xantia manifold gasket
Post: RE: Xantia manifold gasket

Yep its just the same as the 306 1.9td version
Nath140889 XUD Section 2 1,607 06-04-2015, 12:01 AM
    Thread: Air filter for turbo
Post: RE: Air filter for turbo

Yep its a paper element
Nath140889 XUD Section 11 2,737 01-04-2015, 09:54 PM
    Thread: Air filter for turbo
Post: RE: Air filter for turbo

What piggy said , about 12 quid from euro car parts, are huge and very free flowing, even appear to have a velocity stack internally, the audi s3 guys run them on cars tuned to over 300bhp and swear b...
Nath140889 XUD Section 11 2,737 01-04-2015, 08:57 PM