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    jip, supercharge jou 4l en dan sien jy hoe sit jy met n pocketrocket
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    wont that break the clutch?

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    nope, they last on the 4 l
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    wat wil jy met hom maak, jy ry mos stadig soos 'n toppie...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Engel View Post
    jip, supercharge jou 4l en dan sien jy hoe sit jy met n pocketrocket
    Only one problem.

    It will still be a NISSAN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henris View Post
    Only one problem.
    It will still be a NISSAN.
    boring vehicles. dont break or get stuck like kroozers

    a guy I know have been running one on a autobox since 2006 and drives it voet innie hoek 100k plus km no problem. I think the conversion is R130 000 but 100 000km guarantee
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    sal jy nie die brieke, suspensie ens.ens. ook moet upgrade om al daai krag te kan hanteer nie?? enige 0-100 tye?

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    My sister-in-law's father has one of these Navaras. They upgrade Calipers, Discs, suspension, rims, tyres..... a really pro conversion. (and useless as a 4x4 afterwards)

    He "clocked" his Dustbin at 245 on the GPS - but I have problems believeing GPS readings.

    Saturday I went to Uis in the Drifter 4x4, taking some 8 x 2 metre signs to a client. Gravel roads, 90 - 100kmh. When I checked the GPS "highest speed" it indicated 187kmh.....(The actual reading while driving seems accurate. An indicated 100 read as 97 on the GPS. (I've got larger wheels on the Mazda)

    Strange...

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    I think there was a post on this before though. Speedo's are not accurate. In fact they are only required to be within a % range of accurate.
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    Elbad, I think Gert was actually questioning the accuracy of the GPS . . .
    Quote Originally Posted by Gert du Preez View Post
    He "clocked" his Dustbin at 245 on the GPS - but I have problems believeing GPS readings.


    Quote Originally Posted by Gert du Preez View Post
    Gravel roads, 90 - 100kmh. When I checked the GPS "highest speed" it indicated 187kmh.....(The actual reading while driving seems accurate. An indicated 100 read as 97 on the GPS.
    Strange...
    Gert, some GPS devices keeps travel info stored and you have to manually delete such stored info, like distance travelled,max speed, average speed, moving time, etc etc. Have a look at those, maybe that can be the source of the confusion ??
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    LOL, wie het gese die Navara se clutch hou?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HFS View Post
    LOL, wie het gese die Navara se clutch hou?
    Haikona! Die ding groet vinniger as wat die Finansierings papiere geteken word!
    Ekke. 110 000km.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gert du Preez View Post
    When I checked the GPS "highest speed" it indicated 187kmh.....(The actual reading while driving seems accurate. An indicated 100 read as 97 on the GPS. (I've got larger wheels on the Mazda)
    Strange...
    This used to be common on the older Garmins, sometimes in your pocket or inserting it, swinging it etc, it picks up MASSIVE speeds, the fastest I've clocked in my hand and on foot standing still is 267km/h. My TomTom says 0km/h.

    As a rule I always RESET once moving and inserted.

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    So, on foot you are still 80kmh faster than the Mazda!!

    I figured it must be some kind of calculation parameter that gets thrown off track sometimes. As I said, the speed indication seems accurate and consistant.

    By the way, I was not using a "proper" GPS, but my Nokia Navigator cellphone. It was set to calculate position by satellite (not cell towers) and had good reception from about 5 or so satelites.

    I did show the result to my father in law, telling him this Mazda runs the crap out of anything I have ever driven. Now he wants a Drifter as well

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    This supercharging thing is very interesting...but why soooo expensive??
    Navara is already your fastest and most powerful bakkie on the market, (exept for the Lumina) looks like you will be running your Navara with ML63's and X5's then

    But doesnt a aftermarket turbo/supercharger make your engine very very unreliable and risky?? cuz this is something I am very interested in!!!

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