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  10. V6 TB RHD

    The TB was also sold in Japan as left hand drive.
  11. Big Power GTV 16V Turbo!

    Love it!
  12. Big Power GTV 16V Turbo!

    amazing!
  13. Jamski

  14. Criterz

  15. GTV V6 TB from Croatia

    HI! I POSSESS A NICE SILVER GTV V6 TB 1996, I WANTED A BUSSO, AND LUCKILY I FOUND A GTV, SO NOW I AM ALMOST TOTALLY HAPPY, CAUSE I WANT TO TUNE MY CAR AND THAT IS VERY EXPENSIVE(FOR ME). YOU HAVE A GREAT FORUM, THANKS!
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  17. MartinC

  18. Dingdong

  19. Big Power GTV 16V Turbo!

    I will get ahead of the owner and will post it in his topic It is pleasant surprise to see one of the most powerful GTV in youtube channel among many very serious tuned cars, good review .
  20. WhySoSad

  21. Mick

  22. Mick

  23. Kyle_87

  24. Nsk_

  25. Not the usual way, to go from Busso to Twin Spark, but if your roads are more suitable for a lighter nose, you'll be good.
  26. Spiros

  27. Hi, after having a 3.0 V6 24 for 9 years I part changed for a 1998 mod 2.0 TS and cash from an owner who had had it for 8 months, done all belts and water pump, internal engine clean 3 oil shifts, internal gear box, new plugs, lambda, new arms at rear suspention ++ and some touch up point. Car rather tidy for 178.000 km, and used year round at heavy salted roads here in Norway - so a bit rust, but no disaster. Started by changing, both drive shafts (heavy vibration), front suspension arms, and now about to change new but rubbish breaks (why do some people (not the gyu I bought from) buy the cheapest stuff?? Useless) with new discs and Ferrodo DS 2500, new top struts both sides, Magneti Marelli front shocks, bump stops etc etc. (A set of Bilstein B6 with 20.000 km will be coming for sale as I find them a bit on the stif side for my current use.) A very nice drive and although engine does obviously not have the grunt and power of the V6, it is still a lively unit and weight balance makes is a better drivers car on small roads. Regards Øyvind
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