New TTOC member - Mk 2 3.2 Roadster

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pdk42
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New TTOC member - Mk 2 3.2 Roadster

Post by pdk42 » Wed May 23, 2018 8:39 pm

Hi all,

I bought a lovely 2010 3.2 Roadster a few weeks ago and decided to join your esteemed band. Here's a pic:

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TT by Paul Kaye, on Flickr

I need to take some nicer pics!

Despite being almost 8 years old, she'd only done 9,700 miles when I picked her up. As such, she's in beautiful condition and drives like new. Just put four new tyres on (replacing what must have been the originals - 2010 date-stamp and needed changing only because they'd perished!). I also got a service (oil, brake fluid, filters, plugs) and fitted a Bluetooth after market kit. The latter is going to be short-lived since I've just ordered one of the Xtrons Android units. I'm a bit of an IT nerd so it'll be a fun project. Might even write some code for it :)

I might come along to the eveTT event in July, and maybe even ADI later in the year. Never been to one of these things before though so not sure what to expect.
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Re: New TTOC member - Mk 2 3.2 Roadster

Post by Cloud » Thu May 24, 2018 12:02 pm

Welcome along. :yes:
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Re: New TTOC member - Mk 2 3.2 Roadster

Post by Fozzie » Thu May 24, 2018 12:34 pm

Welcome and another 3.2 everyone goes for the turbos but I love the sound of the v6.
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Re: New TTOC member - Mk 2 3.2 Roadster

Post by pdk42 » Thu May 24, 2018 3:03 pm

Fozzie wrote:
Thu May 24, 2018 12:34 pm
Welcome and another 3.2 everyone goes for the turbos but I love the sound of the v6.
Yes, I agree. I guess it depends what you're looking for. If tunability and slightly better fuel consumption is what's important then the 4-pot turbos are the way to go. But for a slightly more relaxed drive and a fantastic soundtrack the V6 is hard to beat!
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