Twinkle & Psycho

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Jaine
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Twinkle & Psycho

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My Starlet & Impreza :luv: Not french but you can allow me as I own a Pug :twisted:
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CitroJim
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Seeing as you have a 205GTi and a 1.6 at that, you're forgiven for having some interlopers too :-D
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CitroJim wrote:Seeing as you have a 205GTi and a 1.6 at that, you're forgiven for having some interlopers too :-D
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Trainman
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:welc:
If I want to hear the pitter patter of little feet, I'll put shoes on my cat.
That's the best parental advice I've heard for a while =D> =D> =D> =D>
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Pearl Harbour???
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Citroening
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Nice Scoob. Funny that a Scoob is mentioned on here, and although I'll get kicked off (maybe...) :wink: for saying it, I've been thinking of one to adding one to the fleet in the near future. A White Blob Eye (same shape as that although not a Wagon). I know they're not the most sensible in the world, but IMO they sound beautiful (boxer four with the unequal length manifolds) and I like the look of a slightly modified one...

What was the score with your Blue One? Going by the plate it was a WRX then...? :lol: :wink:
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Jaine
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Well we first bought a Legacy 2.5 estate for the dogs but I yearned for speed so we changed it to a WRX wagon, it is amazing, they certainly live up to thier reputation. Goes like stink, gorgeous smooth ride, sounds amazing with the Bailey dump valve, solid & looks the nuts I think. Fuel is apalling at about 20-25 mpg but possibly less with my heavy foot & great fun upsetting Porsche owners who think they are above everyone ;-)
Go for it....
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Xantianut
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Ay up!

Variety is, after all, the spice of life.

You go for it, Girl! I rather like Scoobies meself - lovely gruff exhaust note, even when standard.
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Who needs fuel economy with that sound... =P~ :wink:

Here's a YouTube clip of a mate's Scooby that's running sans Dump Valve so gets that chattering noise...



It's a Classic running about 420 Brake...
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Ooooooooooooooooh, lovely!