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    Quote Originally Posted by rimexboy View Post
    Is or was that a medium bottle as well,

    What sort of driving have you done to get that MPG

    my polo bluemotion ain't much better than that around town
    That was just a wee bottle lol


    That driving is a bit of everything - probably:
    25% cross country/A/B/twisties
    55% sitting on the motorway
    10% crawling/sitting behind people who can't drive
    10% town


    Equates to just less than 10p a mile

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    Quote Originally Posted by mugglesquop View Post
    i got 68 mpg in my passat on a run down south (400 miles total) 1Z TDI
    Every run you do is down south surely?

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    my 109 is still being a bit strange... bit worried it's going to shaft me..

    Seems to be clicking (very fast) when idling, but it stops under partial/full throttle...

    Very strange

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13 View Post
    Every run you do is down south surely?
    nah, this was from south midlands nearly down to dirty devon!

    mix of motorway and following old people/tourists that cant drive

    VagCom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13 View Post
    That was just a wee bottle
    Why not just stop for the toilet

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    Any ideas before I try and have a fiddle?

    Was wondering if it was a dodgy earth or of the TPS is a bit in the wrong place perhaps?



    Sorry its a crap clip! its the sound that counts

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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post

    Do like the colour of your garage door, any idea where the paint was from?
    I have been informed "dulux conker brown gloss"

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    Asda have 6 bottles of Evian for £1 at the mo

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    Eugh, somebody like DBD might have been near that, better stick local

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    That's more like dulux chocolate brown....

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    dulux conker brown gloss
    uncanny - I've got some conker brown in the shed, used it to get something to match the woodwork, cant remember for the life of me what it was though. Probably gone hard in the tin, by now - and to think I could have used it to refinish the garage doors.

    Can you put normal gloss on a metal garage door? And would it go through a spray gun?....... could do it with a schutz gun - that'd look good!

    Cheers for that link muggles - I'll pop into Asda on the way home, it's always good for a perv - tends to draw the slighty slutty types from the local estate, all cleavage, muffin tops and jogging bottoms. Multi-kid ruined fannys that look and smell like an octopus flailed against a wall.

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    Ahahhahahaha that was great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post
    Cheers for that link muggles - I'll pop into Asda on the way home, it's always good for a perv - tends to draw the slighty slutty types from the local estate, all cleavage, muffin tops and jogging bottoms. Multi-kid ruined fannys that look and smell like an octopus flailed against a wall.
    Tesco also have it at the same price apparently - in case you dont get your fill in Asda.

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    The asda link don't work for me and I would much prefer the tesco link as I will get clubcard points too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rimexboy View Post
    The asda link don't work for me and I would much prefer the tesco link as I will get clubcard points too...
    http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Produ.../?id=254855526

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    thanks for that muggles,

    13 just see this on retro rides check out the rear number plate http://retrorides.proboards.com/thre...-milton-keynes quite dear I think what do you reakon

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    Looks good for the money, especially with a tidy number plate.

    A lad came round mine last night in a rado, I think he said he just paid £1500 for it, paint chips everywhere, half a respray and a 1.8 16V with all the signs of a blown headgasket.

    I'd offered him my Borbets as a swap for his Carmonas, then decided I didn't want to swap when he came round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post
    i'd offered him my borbets as a swap
    wtf.

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    I'm fucked off with them, they don't fit. and they need rubber, proper centre caps and a refurb - I was hoping to swap for something that was less hassle. But then the same thing happened as did the last time I put them up for sale. I came home and caught sight of them on the Golf. I believe the hip kids say "oooooooofff"

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    if you want, i'll look after them until you are ready to put em on something

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