Newbie Mrs Doyle 2000 Highjet 1.3 16V EFI 6 seater

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Re: Newbie Mrs Doyle 2000 Highjet 1.3 16V EFI 6 seater

Post by Mrs Doyle on Mon May 25, 2015 11:06 am

Lol...you big eejit!

Question, can you see the picks? I'm not quite sure I'm getting it right?

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Re: Newbie Mrs Doyle 2000 Highjet 1.3 16V EFI 6 seater

Post by Logi on Mon May 25, 2015 11:09 am

Pictures? What pictures?
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Post by HighlyJetted on Mon May 25, 2015 11:13 am

Ignore him, he is being a dick.

A word of warning, that tail pipe add on thing..... they accelerate the rate of exhaust pipe snap - we have all had to re-weld our rear section back onto the silencer at some point. But putting a large mass on the end of the tail pipe will make it snap even quicker. I used to have one, but I have sacked it off after I snapped a really quite new rear exhaust section in about 12 months.
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Re: Newbie Mrs Doyle 2000 Highjet 1.3 16V EFI 6 seater

Post by Mrs Doyle on Mon May 25, 2015 11:42 am

HighlyJetted wrote:Ignore him, he is being a dick.

A word of warning, that tail pipe add on thing..... they accelerate the rate of exhaust pipe snap - we have all had to re-weld our rear section back onto the silencer at some point. But putting a large mass on the end of the tail pipe will make it snap even quicker. I used to have one, but I have sacked it off after I snapped a really quite new rear exhaust section in about 12 months.

Ah ok Crying or Very sad
I'm sure the exhaust is stainless...does this make a difference?
When I got it, I was probably just thinking...how cool! Not thinking of the consequences.

Will deffo give hubby this info. Wink

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 11:53 am

Blimey!! We have a Sadist in our midst. And one that is into ancient OAP's at that.
So there maybe still a chance for me after all. Smile

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Post by Mrs Doyle on Mon May 25, 2015 12:25 pm

woody wrote:Blimey!! We have a Sadist in our midst. And one that is into ancient OAP's at that.
So there maybe still a chance for me after all. Smile

Lol queen

You guys are hilarious. Clever too. I'd be lost without this wee tardis of information site.

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Post by Mrs Doyle on Mon May 25, 2015 12:33 pm

I failed to mention that I just picked up a wee 82 Thomson Mini Glen to partner my Hijet. Originally designed for the Mini I believe so hoping it will be ok for the van. If not I'll use the bigger truck to tow it but we checked out the weight and I think it will be ok.

So yea woody...I like a challenge! Lol

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Re: Newbie Mrs Doyle 2000 Highjet 1.3 16V EFI 6 seater

Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 1:16 pm

Well Logi definitely is not “socially challenged but he can definitely be a challenge.
I have always had a very quick acerbic wit and know of very few that can keep up with my digressive, tangential sense of humour but certainly I have met my match and am surpassed by Logi.

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