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Tech
21-02-07, 11:50
Hello to everybody at the Supra Owners club

My name is Nick but im better known as Tech in the modified Car world.
I've been starting to organise Performance Japanese car meets in Cardiff (Southwales) for the past few months now through a site called www.Teamosaka.forumup.com, slowly the site is growing

Anyways I currently own a 2.2vtec Honda Prelude that is slighty modded and a fun toy :d but im slowly starting to feel the need for somthing different (Plus the fact all my mates, and bro are getting or just got new cars!!)

After chatting with a mate in Osaka-Autodesign one of the top cars to go for was the Mkiv Supra n/a (n/a for reliablility reasons) So i though i'd pop in say hello and learn a little about the Supra befor making a decision


Ok im done now :)

RobSheffield
21-02-07, 11:54
Hi

Havard
21-02-07, 11:56
:hi: and :hello:

H.

2JG
21-02-07, 12:12
:welcome:

SupraStormRising
21-02-07, 12:20
Hi welcome to the club, nothing puts a smile on your face quite like a Supe :d

Al Massey
21-02-07, 12:30
hello and welcome to the club,you wont find better knowledge anywhere else

monkey76364
21-02-07, 12:36
Hello and welcome

MKIVDreamer
21-02-07, 14:14
Hello and Welcome!!!

Interesting comment on the reliability of an NA vs. TT. My experience from the forum here is that they are both virtually bullet-proof! :D

Plenty to research on here and you'll find some useful insights from fellow members to aid your decision I'm sure!

Pete
21-02-07, 14:19
Interesting comment on the reliability of an NA vs. TT. My experience from the forum here is that they are both virtually bullet-proof! :D
I know where he's coming from. Turbos only have a certain life span, especially if not receiving very regular pampered oil changes, warm up/cool down periods etc.
NAs generally just keep going on and on.

SupraAyf
21-02-07, 14:21
Hi Nick and welcome to the club - your are always welcome on here buddy;)

Tech
21-02-07, 17:00
nice one chap's for the warm welcome :)

Looking at getting a House v.soon so that is the point of a n/a, lower running costs ect. love the bullet proof comment! similar to my Vtec lude!! praise the Performance Jap dasigners/ manufacturers of the 90's :)

chilly
22-02-07, 22:47
Had my n/a for a year and its my day to day drive, only replaced battery and starter motor.

Its a dream to drive, and more importantly most people get a car to get them from a-b, my previous 2 cars were a hyundai coupe and an alfa 156. This is the only car i've owned which puts a smile on my face every time i get in it.

They really do turn heads

buster
27-02-07, 23:35
hello and welcome to the forum