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About AUR15

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  • Birthday 11/15/1989

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    GTS 86
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    Sunshine Coast QLD

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  1. Here is my Step by Step guide (with Photo's) on how to remove the factory Headunit from a 2007 Corolla or Auris. I know that this technique is 100% similar to the Hatch and Sedan models (As my Family has Both). Here we go. Tools needed. Screw driver (philips and flat) Socket set Fingers (sorry the pictures dont go in order) Step 1: Remove the Glove box (instructions on how to this are in the manual under air Con filter change) See Pic 1 Step 2: Remove these side panels, gripping from top and use non-brutal force to remove them. see Pic 8 S
  2. Is that the yahoo thats all in Japanese? lol prolly the stupidest question haha cos I cant read Japanese lol
  3. Thinking of getting a spoiler first, not a large one, but a small aggressive one like the BRZ one, so I will wait for a aftermarket one I like. Then Wheels and then Engine Mods afterwards :D
  4. Nice car, I was almost going to get that colour as my old Corolla used to be similar :D, Congrats dude and was gonna reply on GT86 forum but here is just as good lol
  5. Heard Toyota and BMW are teaming up now after the success of the 86 and creating the new Supra due in 4-5 Years
  6. Here ya go for now. Im gonna take it up the mountain next weekend and hopefully get some good pics
  7. Yeah Im one to get around alot lol Jokes, Yeah Ill post many photos this weekend when the weather is better :D
  8. Hey guys picked up the beast yesterday and omg im in heaven, everything about just screams awesome . Cruising at 110 Km/H and it sits at about 2900 RPM in Sixth gear and even then you put the foot down and it instanly screams through the exhaust! The steering is the best ive ever encountered, any movement made by the steering wheel made the wheels move. Very easy to drive around at low speeds in first unlike many previous cars ive owned where they like to hoop tiny bits when travelling under 10Km/H. If you dont already know cos Ive seen the question a hundred times lol, yes the DRL's are on
  9. Online Brochure from the UK site http://www.toyota.co.uk/bv/leads/pdfFiles/rc64414.pdf
  10. Hey Found this leaked photo, shows optional extras with easier to read with pictures due to it being in Japanese lol Sorry I tried posting the picture in the post but would only show half for some strange reason FAS786
  11. AUR15

    Quick 86 Review

    Top gear website have a video of two GT-86's drifting in a abandoned car park, makes me defo getting one! haha
  12. AUR15

    New FT-86

    Ever since I heard BRZ i had a Brain twitch, iv heard that BRZ before....in the re-born Toyota Trueno BZ-R, same three letters just re-arranged lol
  13. AUR15

    Auto or Manual

    I will want to test drive both just to see how good the paddle shift is and then just get the manual, cant bring out a cars full potential unless its manual AUR15
  14. Wow I havent been on this site in ages since I unfourtanlty sold my AUR15 :(, but now with this being released I am sure to get one and have already lay by'd the number plates im gonna put on it haha "FAS786" or Fast 86 if people cant read :D, Either White, Blue or Red I will certainly get :D AUR15

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