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Brian S
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Gender:
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Birthday:
May 1
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Location:
Canberra, Australia
Occupation:
Nursing Student

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Brian S

Copenworld Regular, Male, from Canberra, Australia

2003 60k Silver Aust Copen Aug 9, 2020

Brian S was last seen:
Feb 15, 2021
    1. Brian S
      Brian S
      2003 60k Silver Aust Copen
    2. Brian S
      Brian S
      Just adore my Copen, she's beautiful, fun & makes people happy! My mechanical knowledge is enough to get me into trouble!
    3. Brian S
      Brian S
      Just adore my Copen, she's beautiful, fun & makes people happy! My mechanical knowledge is enough to get me into trouble!
    4. Brian S
      Brian S
      Just adore my Copen, she's beautiful, fun & makes people happy!
    5. Brian S
      Brian S
      Just adore my Copen
    6. Brian S
      Brian S
      Loving the driving...
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    May 1
    Home Page:
    http://www.brianshoebridge.com
    Location:
    Canberra, Australia
    Occupation:
    Nursing Student
    Car(s):
    Dec 2003 659cc silver Copen with boost controller etc etc,
    My bike is a 2016 Suzuki Burgman 300 with Malossi Variator & straight through exhaust etc.
    Copen Exterior Colour:
    Silver
    Copen Interior:
    Std grey sports cloth
    Copen Engine Size:
    659
    Copen Name:
    "My Baby"
    Copen Purchase Date:
    2018
    Copen Manufacture Date:
    December 2003
    Driving a 2003 model Copen
    Mods: - It has a large direct air intake,
    - 2" straight through exhaust, with 2.5" pipe for echo,
    - Real-time engine temp sensor & display,
    - Blow-off valve now vents to atmosphere & pipe to turbo
    solidly covered.
    - Turbosmart manual boost controller,
    - Now up to 60k kms (from 45k).
    Hopelessly impractical but so worth the effort & many compromises that driving a Copen means, especially now I have my boost controller!

    My last 2 cars were also Daihatsus - 2003 model Sirion GTVi with small performance mods. Two careless drivers means I now have my baby Copen. With the GTVi's, I found that putting 15kg of sand in the spare tyre well dramatically improved handling. Cheap fix!

    No need in the Copen, with nice 175/50 tyres it handles like it's on rails & stops very short. So I hunt down & kill Rangers, Hiluxes etc on the 80kmh Parkes Way roundabouts for fun. Seems the bigger & heavier their penis enlargement device, the more they just need to fight my Copen & her friend, Newtonian Physics, for proof it works. Pro tip: it doesn't.

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    Cheers from Canberra, where it might be 46deg with fires...
    ...or -6deg but no bloody snow! Brian

    BA, BSc, RAN, EOTS/VOTP :smirk: