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Kevin Wood

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Re: Swapping a Juke for an Astra - picking up tomorrow
« Reply #15 on: 30 May 2019, 23:30:50 »

I have a picture of it somewhere, but I'm not going to make you jealous by posting it.

Please don't. One image of a Bile Green Astra is enough for any thread!  ::)  :)

When compared to any picture of a Duke, I am not so sure  ;D ;D ;D

I saw some daft bint filling up a Joke with Optimax the other day. What a waste. ::)
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Re: Swapping a Juke for an Astra - picking up tomorrow
« Reply #16 on: 31 May 2019, 08:01:48 »

I saw some daft bint filling up a Joke with Optimax the other day. What a waste. ::)

People probably think exactly the same when they see one of us doing it to a sh!tty late-90's vauxhall saloon ;)
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Re: Swapping a Juke for an Astra - picking up tomorrow
« Reply #17 on: 31 May 2019, 11:59:40 »

I saw some daft bint filling up a Joke with Optimax the other day. What a waste. ::)

People probably think exactly the same when they see one of us doing it to a sh!tty late-90's vauxhall saloon ;)

They probably would. I know that the 3.2 doesn't have enough compression for it to make any difference whatsoever, though. ;)
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Re: Swapping a Juke for an Astra - picking up tomorrow
« Reply #18 on: 31 May 2019, 12:41:54 »

I saw some daft bint filling up a Joke with Optimax the other day. What a waste. ::)

People probably think exactly the same when they see one of us doing it to a sh!tty late-90's vauxhall saloon ;)

They probably would. I know that the 3.2 doesn't have enough compression for it to make any difference whatsoever, though. ;)

Tata suggest 99 octane fuel for my car. I use it when I see it but have yet to notice what difference the 10-15p  a litre makes.....even placebo. :-\
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Re: Swapping a Juke for an Astra - picking up tomorrow
« Reply #19 on: 02 June 2019, 11:09:48 »

I saw some daft bint filling up a Joke with Optimax the other day. What a waste. ::)

People probably think exactly the same when they see one of us doing it to a sh!tty late-90's vauxhall saloon ;)

They probably would. I know that the 3.2 doesn't have enough compression for it to make any difference whatsoever, though. ;)

I find that the occasional random eml that comes on, does NOT do it with 97 Ron (3.2 Mv6)

Anyway, brakes are fixed, wife has driven a few miles now and is happy.
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Re: Swapping a Juke for an Astra - picking up tomorrow
« Reply #20 on: 02 June 2019, 18:41:19 »

I saw some daft bint filling up a Joke with Optimax the other day. What a waste. ::)

People probably think exactly the same when they see one of us doing it to a sh!tty late-90's vauxhall saloon ;)

They probably would. I know that the 3.2 doesn't have enough compression for it to make any difference whatsoever, though. ;)

Tata suggest 99 octane fuel for my car. I use it when I see it but have yet to notice what difference the 10-15p  a litre makes.....even placebo. :-\

Mr Saab recommends 98 octane for the posh vectra ,might try it one day when I feel flush
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