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Old 05-12-2008, 07:53 PM   #1
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Hi all iv been warned not to post until I de-noob myself! Im from Ireland and recently bought an 92' Eunos S-special 1.6 originating from Japan. Im told its 120bhp but Im not too sure exactly. I hope to turbo it in the near future and would appreciate any advise on offer. My only worry is that the car is pulling to the left and its not the tracking! Any advise on this would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Hi all iv been warned not to post until I de-noob myself! Im from Ireland and recently bought an 92' Eunos S-special 1.6 originating from Japan. Im told its 120bhp but Im not too sure exactly. I hope to turbo it in the near future and would appreciate any advise on offer. My only worry is that the car is pulling to the left and its not the tracking! Any advise on this would be appreciated. Thanks!
As I said before, welcome to the forum Colin.

You should definitely read the FAQs and all stickies so that you get a sense of what you're about to do. I will nevertheless suggest once again that you check out Begi Engineering's S system. If, on the other hand you're looking for more horsepower than that you'll have to check other Begi kits and also the FM (Flyin Miata) kits.

I don't know what are the regulations concerning mods to cars in Ireland so I can't provide additional info at this time.

Now, pics or ban!
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Thanks, i will check out FAQ'S etc. You can pretty much do what you wish with regards to tuning but cars over here must pass an annual safety test in order to obtain a certificate stating that your car is safe for road use!
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