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What's up TheTechGame Members!

Here is a topic to most your modified vehicles!
Pretty sure we are about to see some monsters surely!
Just fill out the form below attached with a image of your BEAST!

Can be either Cars or Motorcycles!

FORM

Model:
Country/State:
Modifications:
Image/s:

(Some that have accounts for their cars, make sure you link your Instagram)
(Also try to blur number plates)


I cannot wait to see what the TTG community is packing!

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Model: Nissan 240sx Liftback
Country/State: California
Modifications: Dual Cam KA swap, EGR delete, 5 speed swapped, Exhaust
Image/s:

https://i.ibb.co/hfhX0cz/2020-01-24-17-18-49.jpg
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Mary wrote Model: Nissan 240sx Liftback
Country/State: California
Modifications: Dual Cam KA swap, EGR delete, 5 speed swapped, Exhaust
Image/s:

https://i.ibb.co/hfhX0cz/2020-01-24-17-18-49.jpg


Thats sexyyyy lol i have a stock 2019 camry :| .. lol
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Mary wrote Model: Nissan 240sx Liftback
Country/State: California
Modifications: Dual Cam KA swap, EGR delete, 5 speed swapped, Exhaust
Image/s:

https://i.ibb.co/hfhX0cz/2020-01-24-17-18-49.jpg


Thats sexyyyy lol i have a stock 2019 camry :| .. lol


Project cars aren't as expensive as youd think. Miata is always the answer
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Model: 2002 VW Golf Gti 337 Edition (only 1500)
Country/State: US/Illinois
Modifications: (Noticed I typed Ko4 instead of 3) Ko3 Hybrid turbo, 3inch downpipe to side exit exhaust, stage 2 tune with 2 step, stage 2 clutch, just installed new Koni 1150 Coilovers, tubeless control arms, new tirerods, ball joints, wheel bearings up front, Brembo 312mm front rotors forgot the size of the backs. Few other things don't know off the top of my head right now.



Pics of my car



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Model : 2000 Volkswagen Golf GTI 1.8t
Country : England
Modifications : KO3s turbo (Soon to be hybrid), 2.5" turbo back decat exhaust system, stage 2 remap with launch control, VR6 Carbon clutch with solid flywheel conversion, JOM coilovers and JOM adjustable drop links, front end it polly bushed, Front mount intercooler, FORGE intake pipe with a neuspeed intake kit. Suzuka Calibre 17" wheels and decided to spray the intake manifold and rocker case in a heat resistant black. Some other things which i probably have forgotten.


Some photos of the car below


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Model: 2003 Mitsubishi Evo 8
Country/State: United States

Modifications:
Fully built engine
6466 Precision Turbo

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Model: Ford F-350
Country/State: Washington, USA
Modifications:
--- Exterior:
6" Pro comp suspension lift, 37x13.5R20 Nitto Ridge grapplers, cowl hood, 08-16 rear bumper with flush mount LED's, 08-16 mirrors, custom emblems, custom painted Harley grill, Harley headlights, PMF braided stainless brake lines
---Engine:
ARP head studs, Sinister diesel EGR delete, Sinister diesel coolant filter, Riffraff inter cooler pipes, MBRP 4" turbo back straight pipe with 4" down pipe, SCT X4 tuner, Banks cold air intake (actual cold air intake), updated push rods in cylinder heads, new glow plug harness, updated blue spring for fuel bowl, Hayden mechanical fan clutch
---Transmission:
Billet triple disc torque converter, Sunnex shift kit, Transgo plugs, updated EPC solenoid
Image/s:



Next mod should be here Thursday or Friday, I'll be sure to update the post when I get it. I don't have any social media for it, but I do have a build thread on TTG HERE

EDIT:
Bumper came in:


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002 wrote Model: Ford F-350
Country/State: Washington, USA
Modifications:
--- Exterior:
6" Pro comp suspension lift, 37x13.5R20 Nitto Ridge grapplers, cowl hood, 08-16 rear bumper with flush mount LED's, 08-16 mirrors, custom emblems, custom painted Harley grill, Harley headlights, PMF braided stainless brake lines
---Engine:
ARP head studs, Sinister diesel EGR delete, Sinister diesel coolant filter, Riffraff inter cooler pipes, MBRP 4" turbo back straight pipe with 4" down pipe, SCT X4 tuner, Banks cold air intake (actual cold air intake), updated push rods in cylinder heads, new glow plug harness, updated blue spring for fuel bowl, Hayden mechanical fan clutch
---Transmission:
Billet triple disc torque converter, Sunnex shift kit, Transgo plugs, updated EPC solenoid
Image/s:



Next mod should be here Thursday or Friday, I'll be sure to update the post when I get it. I don't have any social media for it, but I do have a build thread on TTG HERE


Did you stud the truck yourself? I am looking to do that soon on mine and was wondering if you had any tips/recommendations or if its worth it to just take it to a shop.
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002 wrote Model: Ford F-350
Country/State: Washington, USA
Modifications:
--- Exterior:
6" Pro comp suspension lift, 37x13.5R20 Nitto Ridge grapplers, cowl hood, 08-16 rear bumper with flush mount LED's, 08-16 mirrors, custom emblems, custom painted Harley grill, Harley headlights, PMF braided stainless brake lines
---Engine:
ARP head studs, Sinister diesel EGR delete, Sinister diesel coolant filter, Riffraff inter cooler pipes, MBRP 4" turbo back straight pipe with 4" down pipe, SCT X4 tuner, Banks cold air intake (actual cold air intake), updated push rods in cylinder heads, new glow plug harness, updated blue spring for fuel bowl, Hayden mechanical fan clutch
---Transmission:
Billet triple disc torque converter, Sunnex shift kit, Transgo plugs, updated EPC solenoid
Image/s:



Next mod should be here Thursday or Friday, I'll be sure to update the post when I get it. I don't have any social media for it, but I do have a build thread on TTG HERE


Did you stud the truck yourself? I am looking to do that soon on mine and was wondering if you had any tips/recommendations or if its worth it to just take it to a shop.


The previous owner had it studded. It was a pretty interesting story tbh and he has all the paperwork to support it. He bought it as a college gift for his kid, the kids blew it up so he got it repaired, then the kids blew it up again so he repaired it again and told his kid that he wasn't ready for a truck lol. When I got it the engine had been rebuilt again less than 2k miles before I got it.

I'm fairly mechanically inclined and I'm sure eventually I could figure it out, however I would rather take it to a shop that specializes in Powerstrokes, or at the very least just a diesel shop. That way you get a little bit of warranty and they know what they're looking at so if they are honest they can tell you what's actually bad.
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