Friday, May 30, 2008

Sepang Battle Drag (SBD) Round 2 2008

Date: 31st May 2008 Saturdays
Time: 21:00- Final Race
Even: Sepang Battle Drag (SBD) Round 2 2008
Venue: Sepang International Circuit

Ticket Price: RM10.00 (Grand Stand Only)
RM30.00 ( Pad Dock & Grand Stand)

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

For Sale SSR Wheel Alloy

Brand: SSR

Size: 17"

Off Set:

PCD: 100mm

Hole: 4

Color: Metal gun

Price: RM 5k

* Owner brought brand new at price RM 7k

Brand: SSR

PCD: 100mm

Hole: 4

Color: Metal gun

Price: RM 5k

* Owner brought brand new and price RM 7k

Contact :

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Bush League TV

Place one stop informational web hub for low brow high-minded individuals and information for the average dude. It’s all about guy from smart-ass to dumb-ass and back. Them like the ladies, sports, gambling, video games, good music and hard laughs. The made funny videos, review about game, review about girls and sport.

Web show some a lot of funny videos and picture to give us to rate Sweet or Bush. When rate it. You can see at Scoreboard. Bush / Sweet

Them support weirdo and goofs and invite you to play along.

Here the video I like to you view about Game

Grand Theft Auto 4 Jump-a-THON!

28 Hour Game Review - Grand Theft Auto IV

24 Hour Game Review - Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2

Video Bush League Sports

A Moment in Bush League Sports - The Bikini Babe Race

I hope you will enjoy it. Click here for direct link

Road Block And Speed Trap at LDP and Near Ldp

Red Dot Indicate the location that PDRM make a 'speed trap' at day time. Reminder speed at limit 90 km/h

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Green Dot Indicate the location that PDRM make a 'road
block' at night. For Check up ID, license n Road Tax.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Road Block At Dengkil

Yellow Dot Indicate the location that PDRM alway (almost every day)make a road block at Dengkil, Selangor. For Check up ID, license n Road Tax.

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I found it last couple of day at & I read the article about it.

"SnapBomb - Get paid to blog? And I completely forgot to update you on how it went…

I got paid by them (over 100 dollars) last week actually! Since they only will pay you 60 days from the time you created your post, a lot of us got suspicious. And after 60 days, you probably forgot about the post/s you have written, like me. So no wonder I got surprised when I got an email from PayPal!

I haven’t logged in since I was done with the posts so I don’t know if there are any opportunities to take, and it seems like the site is down for maintenance at the moment so I can’t check."

It’s made me interested to know more about it. So I read about it and I happy with it. So I signed up with Snap bomb.

Here the link

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Honda Engine Code And Spec

Honda Engine Code & Spec

Engine Code Engine Configuration/ Capacity
C35A V6 SOHC/ 3.5 litre
C32A V6 SOHC/ 3.2 litre (first generation)
C32B V6 DOHC/ 3.2 litre (second generation)
C30A V6 DOHC/ 3.0 litre
C27A V6 SOHC/ 2.7 litre
J35A V6 SOHC/ 3.5 litre
J32A V6 SOHC/ 3.2 litre
J30A V6 SOHC/ 3.0 litre
F20B 4-cylinder DOHC/ 2.0 litre (second generation)
F20C 4-cylinder DOHC/ 2.0 litre (third generation)
K24A 4-cylinder DOHC/ 2.4 litre
K20A 4-cylinder DOHC/ 2.0 litre
H22A 4-cylinder DOHC/ 2.2 litre
B18A 4-cylinder DOHC/ 1.8 litre (first generation)
B16B 4-cylinder DOHC/ 1.8 litre (second generation)
B18C 4-cylinder DOHC/ 1.8 litre (third generation)
D17A 4-cylinder DOHC/ 1.7 litre
ZC 4-cylinder SOHC/ 1.6 litre
E07Z 3-cylinder SOHC/ 660cc

Engine Spec
C32B 3.2 litre V6 DOHC VTEC (NSX) 206kW
C30A 3.0 litre V6 DOHC VTEC (NSX) 187 - 206kW
J35A 3.5 litre V6 SOHC i-VTEC 195kW
J32A 3.2 litre V6 SOHC i-VTEC 191kW
J30A 3.0 litre V6 SOHC i-VTEC 184kW
C35A 3.5 litre V6 SOHC 158kW
C32A 3.2 litre V6 SOHC 145kW
C27A 2.5 litre V6 SOHC 128kW

F20C 2.0 litre DOHC 184kW
K20A 2.0 litre DOHC 158 –62kW
B18C 1.8 litre DOHC 147kW
K24A 2.4 litre DOHC 147kW
F20B 2.0-litre DOHC 147kW
H22A 2.2 litre DOHC 142kW
B16B 1.6 litre DOHC 136kW
B18C 1.8 litre DOHC 125kW
B16A 1.6 litre DOHC 118kW
D17A 1.7 litre SOHC 96W
ZC 1.6 SOHC 9 5kW

E07Z 660cc SOHC Turbo 47kW

List of Toyota Engine Code


1GZ-FE 5.0 litre



3UZ-FE 4.3 litre


1UZ-FE 4.0 litre VVT-i


1UZ-FE 4.0 litre


2UZ-FE 4.7 litre


5V-EU 4.0 litre



2JZ-GTE 3.0 litre twin turbo


1JZ-GTE 2.5 litre twin turbo/single turbo VVT-i

2JZ-GE 3.0 litre


1GR-FE 4.0 litre


7M-GTE 3.0 litre turbo


3MZ-FE 3.3 litre


1FZ-FE 4.5 litre


1MZ-FE 3.0 litre VVT-i


1G-GTE 2.0 litre twin turbo

136 - 154kW

1MZ-FE 3.0 litre


7M-GE 3.0 litre


3VZ-FE 3.0 litre


5VZ-FE 3.4 litre


1G-GZE 2.0 litre supercharged



3S-GTE 2.0 litre turbo

136 - 191kW

3S-GE 2.0 litre (11.5:1 CR)


2ZZ-GE 1.8-litre


3T-GTE 1.8 litre turbo

125kW approx

4A-GZE 1.6 litre supercharged


4A-E 1.6 litre 20-valve


2AZ-FE 2.4 litre


1AZ-FE 2.0 litre


1ZZ-FE 1.8 litre


4E-FTE 1.3 litre turbo


4A-GE 1.6 litre


1NZ-FE 1.5 litre


2T-TELU 1.3 litre turbo


Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Unlimited time tunnel

'Difficult is Worth Doing'

A place you practice skydiving at your suitable time.

Honda Philosophy -Respect for the individual. The Three Joys (buying, selling and creating)

Dreams inspire us to create innovative products that enhance mobility and benefit society. To meet the particular needs of customers in different regions around the world, we base our sales networks, research & development centers and manufacturing facilities in each region. Furthermore, as a socially responsible corporate citizen, we strive to address important environmental and safety issues.

Honda Accord 2008
News about the all-new 2008 Honda Accord has just been released. Apparently the sedan is now big enough to be classified as a large car by the EPA. And there is also a coupe version vying for attention.

2008 2009 honda accord sedan coupe

There are three basic engines available, including a 3.5L iVTEC V6 producing 273 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque. It also features a new Variable Cylinder Management system when ordered in the sedan that can power the vehicle on three, four or all six cylinders to achieve an excellent 19/29 mpg. The other two mills are a 2.4L inline-four producing 200 hp and 170 lb-ft, and another 2.4L producing 180 hp and 166 lb-ft. All models of the ‘08 Accord can be ordered with a five-speed automatic, while four-cylinder models can also be had with a 5-speed manual transmission, and the V6 Coupe can be optioned with a six-speed manual.

2008 2009 honda accord sedan coupe dubai saudi

The other two engines are a 2.4-litre inline-four producing 200 hp and 230 Nm, and yet another 2.4-litre producing 180 hp and 225 Nm.

2008 2009 honda accord sedan coupe dubai saudi

All models of the 2008 Accord can be had with a five-speed automatic, while four-cylinder models can also be had with a 5-speed manual transmission, and the V6 Coupe can be optioned with a six-speed manual.

2008 2009 honda accord sedan coupe dubai saudi

Trim levels include the LX and LX Premium (LX-P), EX and EX-L, and the EX V6, while the coupe is offered as the LX Sport (LX-S), EX, EX-L and EX V6.

2008 2009 honda accord sedan coupe dubai saudi

This segment sells itself largely based on safety, and the new Accord has it in spades. This will be the first time the entire Accord model range comes standard with four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes. Vehicle Stability Assist with traction control is also standard, along with six airbags.

2008 2009 honda accord sedan coupe dubai saudi

The styling of course is even safer than the safety features, and will appeal to its conservative target market. The coupe tries hard to be different, but it doesn’t do enough.

2008 2009 honda accord sedan coupe dubai saudi

That’s all you really need to know about Honda’s latest family hauler. Nothing unexpected or new, except for more efficient engines. Also, expect prices to be similar to the current model.

Intercooler Maths - Kiraan Intercooler

Intercooler Maths

Working out what an intercooler will do

When a turbo or supercharger compresses air, the air is heated. While this hot air can be fed straight into the intake of the engine, there are two disadvantages in taking this approach.

Firstly, warm air has less density than cool air - this means that it weighs less. It's important to know that it's the mass of air breathed by the engine that determines power, not the volume. So if the engine is being fed warm, high pressure air, the maximum power possible is significantly lower than if it is inhaling cold, high pressure air.

The second problem with an engine breathing warm air is that the likelihood of detonation is increased. Detonation is a process of unstable combustion, where the flame front does not move progressively through the combustion chamber. Instead, the air/fuel mixture explodes into action. When this occurs, damage to the pistons, rings or head can very quickly happen.

If the temperature of the air can be reduced following the turbo or supercharger, the engine will have the potential to safely develop a higher power output. Intercoolers are used to produce this temperature drop.

Intake Air Temperatures

How much hotter the air gets as it is being compressed depends on the pressure ratio (how much it is being compressed) and the efficiency of the compressor. This means that the theoretical outlet temperature can be calculated if three factors are known: the inlet air temperature, the compressor efficiency, and the pressure ratio.

Before this can be done, the temperatures and pressures need to be expressed in the right units. Firstly, temperatures need to be converted to Kelvin (K), a measurement of absolute temperature.

K =&degC + 273.15

A temperature of 35°C is therefore the same as 308.15K (or 308K for our purposes).

Boost pressures also need to be converted to pressure ratios. Note that 1 Bar = 14.5 psi.

Boost Pressure in Bar + 1

Pressure ratio =



A boost of 1.5 Bar therefore becomes a pressure ratio of 2.5.

Let's have a look at an example.

If the inlet air temperature to a turbo is 20 °C (293K) and the boost pressure is 1.1 Bar (pressure ratio = 2.1) the theoretical outlet temperature will be:

Theoretical outlet temp = 293 x (2.1)0.286

= 293 x 1.236

= 362K (89 °C)

This means that there is a temperature rise of 69 °C (89 ° - 20 °= 69 °).

However, this doesn't take into account that the compressor efficiency will be less than 100 per cent. If we assume a compressor efficiency of 70 per cent (typical for a good turbo):

69 °

Actual temp increase =



= 98.6 °C

This is a temperature increase of 98.6 ° which when added to the ambient temp of 20° means that the actual outlet temp will be:

20 + 98.6 = 118.6 °(119 °C when rounded)

While the theory is fine, there are a number of factors that affect the accuracy of the calculated figure. Firstly, it is difficult to accurately estimate the efficiency of the compressor. And even if such a figure is available, it doesn't necessarily apply to all the different airflows that the compressor is capable of producing. In other words, there will be some combinations of airflow and boost pressure where the compressor is working at peak efficiency - and other areas where it isn't. While a well-matched compressor should be at peak efficiency most of the time, in some situations it will be working at less than optimum efficiency. This will change the outlet air temperature, usually for the worse.

Secondly, the turbo- or supercharged car engine is not working under steady-state conditions. A typical forced induction road car might be on boost for only 5 per cent of the time, and even when it is on boost, it is perhaps for only 20 seconds at a stretch. (But higher in both aspects for turbo diesels.) In most petrol engine turbo cars, longer periods of high boost occur only when hill-climbing, towing or driving at maximum speed. While all of the engine systems should be designed with the full load capability in mind, in reality very few cars will ever experience this. This factor means that the heat-sink capability of the intake system must be considered.

If the inlet air temperature of the engine in cruise condition is 20 degrees C above ambient, then on a 25 degreeday the inlet air temp will be 45 degrees C. After 30 minutes or so of running, all of the different components of the intake system will have stabilised at around this temperature. If the engine then comes on boost and there is a sudden rise in the temp of the air being introduced to this system, the temperature of the turbo compressor cover (or blower housing), inlet duct, throttle body, plenum chamber, and inlet runners will all increase. These components increase in temp because they are removing heat from the intake air and so limit the magnitude of the initial rise in the actual intake air temperature. As a result, the infrequent short bursts of boost used in a typical road-driven forced-induction car often produce a lower initial intake air temperature than expected.

This doesn't mean that intercooling is not worthwhile (it certainly is) but that the theory of the temperature increase doesn't always match reality. However, taking a theoretical, calculated approach at least gives a general idea of the temperature increase that is likely to be experienced.

Air Density Changes

In the example above there was a temperature increase from 20 ° to 119°. But how does this temperature change affect the all-important density of the air? The density of air depends on two factors - its temperature and pressure. The drop in density due to increased temperature is directly proportional to the ratio of the temperatures, when they are expressed in Kelvin. So the drop in density of the air at 119 °C (392K) versus 20 °C (293K) is found by:


Density difference =



= 0.75

In other words, the temperature increase would have caused a drop in density by 25 per cent, had the air still been at the same pressure. But of course its pressure is now higher because the turbo or supercharger has compressed it!

If the air pressure is doubled without a change in temperature, the density is doubled. To work out the effect of both the loss of density because of the temp rise and the increase in density because of boost pressure, the two factors are multiplied.

Inlet Air Temp (K)

Increase in Air density =


x pressure ratio

Outlet Air Temp (K)


= ------ x 2 = 1.49


In other words, the increase in density has been 49 per cent at 1 Bar boost with a compressor outlet air temperature of 119 °C. This means that, all things being equal, the engine can develop 49 per cent more power.

Intercooler Efficiency

An intercooler will do two things - it will lower the temperature of the intake air and at the same time cause a slight drop in boost pressure. The latter comes from the restriction to flow caused by the intercooler. Some restriction is unavoidable because the flow through an efficient intercooler core needs to be turbulent if a lot of the air is to come in contact with the heat exchanger surfaces. However, if the pressure drop is too high, power will suffer. A pressure drop of 1-2 psi can be considered acceptable if it is accompanied by good intercooler efficiency.

Intercooler efficiency is a measurement of how effective the intercooler is at reducing the inlet air temperature. If the intercooler reduces the temperature of the air exiting the compressor to ambient, the intercooler will be 100 per cent efficient. It will also be a bloody marvel, because no conventional intercooler can actually achieve this!

Intercooler efficiency is given by:

Actual Temperature Drop

Intercooler Efficiency =


Maximum Possible Temperature Drop

For example, if on a 20 °C day the outlet air temp of the turbo is 110 °C and the temperature of the air after it has passed through the intercooler is 45 °C then:

110 ° - 45 °

Intercooler Efficiency =


110 °- 20 °


= -----


= 0.72 (or 72 per cent)

Final Calculations

Let's take an example that puts together all of the figures. You fit an intercooler that is 72 per cent efficient and has a pressure drop of 0.14 Bar (2 psi) to an engine running 1.5 Bar (22 psi) boost developed by a turbo compressor that is 70 per cent efficient. It's a 25 ° Celsius day.

Firstly, the theoretical compressor outlet air temp:

298K x (2.5 pressure ratio)0.286= 387K = 114 °C

114 °C - 25 ° aC = a temperature increase of 89 °C

89 °C

------------------------------- = 128°C temperature increase

compressor efficiency

128 °C temp increase + 25 °C ambient = 153 °C air temperature coming out of the turbo!

The maximum possible temperature decrease through an intercooler: 153 °C - 25 °C = 128 °C

An intercooler that is 72 per cent efficient will give an actual temperature drop of:

128 °C x 0.72 = 92 °C

A turbo outlet temp of 153 °C - 92 °C intercooler drop = actual engine inlet air temp of 61 °C.

Boost pressure was 1.5 Bar but with the pressure drop through the intercooler it becomes:

- 0.14 = 1.36 Bar.

1.36 + 1

----------- =

a pressure ratio of 2.36


So with an intercooler we have a temp of 61 °C at a boost pressure ratio of 2.36, compared with a non-intercooled 153 °C at a pressure ratio of 2.5.




x 2.36 pressure ratio = 2.1 times non-turbo air density





x 2.5 pressure ratio = 1.75 times non-turbo air density


If the engine developed 100kW (134hp) in naturally aspirated form, with 1.5 Bar (22 psi) boost it could develop a theoretical 175kW (235hp) without an intercooler and 210kW (281hp) with an intercooler. On this example, fitting the very big intercooler is good for a 20 per cent power gain. However, again reality intrudes - the picture is often even better than this. Any forced induction car seems to go disproportionately harder when the ambient temp is low - much more so than the physics suggest. The same applies to a car equipped with a very good intercooler - throttle response is superior and power markedly so.


The maths is straightforward and clearly shows that maximum intercooler efficiency matched with the lowest pressure drop will result in best power.

List of Mitsubishi Engines Code

Mitsubishi Orion Series (4G1x)
4G11 - 1244cc
4G12 - 1410cc
4G13 - 1298cc SOHC - Saga, Iswara, Wira, Satria
4G15 - 1468cc SOHC - Saga, Iswara, Wira, Satria
4G16 - 1198cc

Mitsubishi Saturn Series (4G3x)
4G32 - 1597cc SOHC 8 Valve - Galant
4G33 - 1439cc
4G36 - 1238cc
4G37 - 1755cc SOHC 8 Valve - Cordia

Mitsubishi Astron Series (4G5x)
4G52 - 1995cc
4G54 - 2555cc SOHC 8 Valve to suit 2WD/4WD Vehicles

Mitsubishi Sirius Series (4G6x)
4G61 - 1595cc DOHC 16 Valve (Turbo - Mirage)
4G62 - 1795cc SOHC 8 Valve to suit 2WD Vehicles
SOHC 8 Valve to suit 4WD Vehicles
4G63 - 1997cc SOHC 8 Valve to suit 2WD Vehicles - Perdana
SOHC 8 Valve to suit 4WD Vehicles
DOHC 16 Valve to suit 2WD Vehicles - Perdana
DOHC 16 Valve to suit 4WD Vehicles - EVO 1-7, VR4, VR4 RS
4G64 - 2350cc SOHC 8 Valve to suit 2WD/4WD Vehicles
DOHC 16 Valve
4G67 - 1836cc DOHC 16 valve - Mirage 1.8

Mitsubishi 4G9x Series
4G92 - 1597cc SOHC 16 Valve - Satria
DOHC 16 valve non-MIVEC
DOHC 16 valve MIVEC
4G93 - 1834cc SOHC 16 Valve - Lancer
DOHC 16 Valve (Turbo - GSR & Non Turbo - GTi, Putra)

Mitsubishi V6 Engines
6A10 - 1587cc V6 DOHC 24 valve - Lancer
6A12 - 1997cc V6 DOHC 24 valve non-MIVEC - FTO/eterna
6A12 - 1997cc V6 DOHC 24 Valve MIVEC - FTO
6A13 - 2498cc
6G72 - 2972cc V6 SOHC 12 Valve to suit 2WD and 4WD Vehicles
V6 SOHC 24 valve
V6 DOHC 24 Valve - 3000GT
6G73 - 2497cc
6G74 - 3497cc V6 SOHC 24 Valve
V6 DOHC 24 Valve non-MIVEC
V6 DOHC 24 Valve MIVEC

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

My Friends Ride - Aiman

Owner: Khair Razman Bin Haji Othman a.k.a Aiman

Model: Perodua Kancil EX850

Year: 2000

Engine: Daihatsu Mira L200
HKS Air filter
HKS SSQV BOV Latest Version
Transmisi auto convert to manual

Front and Rear L5 Brake Disc 13"
Sistem ABS - HITS
Rim Volk TE37 15" x 6" with Titanium Nuts Rally Art
Tayar Falken Azenis 165/50/15

RS*R mufler with 2" piping + downpipe

External: Complete Set Moderno Limited L200 with Carbon Fibre Hood
Side Skirt model Kancil 2003
Side mirror chrome autoflip L5
Cermin Cromax All Doors
Air press after market
Antenna Chrome Single Blade TRXX
Sunroof EG6
Front Mount I/Cooler Infinite with stainless steel

Internal: Seat L512
Moderno Console Gear
Stereng L5
4 Power Window Moderno
Dashboard L5 with 'burger'
Turbo Timer Auto Apexi
Boost & Exhaust Temp & Water Temp DEFI with control unit
Carpet MIRA
Seat Belt MIRA Parco Limited

ICE: Kenwood Double Din DPX4020
Restek Pre-amp
Audiovox 4 Channel Amplifier
Woofer 12" Top Fuel
6" Mid + 8" Rear JBL Speaker + For You Tweeter
Carrozeria Speaker with lamp

Colour Body: Pearl Orange Multiplex

Security System: Zero Alarm System

Stage 1

Stage 2

* Custom Made Fiber Carbon Hood From Race Craft

*Show Off his Defi gauges - Exhaust Temperature & Boost

* Defi-Link Control Unit

* Front Mount Inter cooler with Stainless Steel Pipe. Joint With Samco Hose

Stage 3

* Engine Bay Layout - HKS Air filter & HKS SSQV BOV

Stage 4

* Upgrade New Inter Cooler (Infinite ) & New Scoop

Stage 5

* Latest

Monday, May 19, 2008

SBD R01 2008 Video Sepang Battle Drag 2008 Round 1

Credit to - abdullah7353 (id you tube)



Sepang Battle Drag video on You Tube.

singapore skyline beaten by proton satria

Daihatsu that beat 1300bhp Skyline

anuar Motor Sport (AMS) Blue Satria

Sepang Drag 9 Seconds Satria GTI

Saturday, May 17, 2008

My Favorite Video On You Tube

Souped Up Thailand

7.940 second supra 1/4 mile drag records Thailand

7.654 Second Souped Up Thailand Record 2007

Friday, May 16, 2008

Part 8 - List Malaysia Auto Club / Senarai Kelab Kereta Malaysia

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120. Wira Owners Club

121. Wira Aeroback Performance Club

122. Wira Special Edition Community

123. Wish Club Malaysia

124. Xtrail Owner Club

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Part 7 - List Malaysia Auto Club / Senarai Kelab Kereta Malaysia

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103. Team Imperials (Proton Waja)

104. Team Kaitenaz

105. Team Matrix

106. Team Slipstream (Car Forum)

107. Team Street

108. Team Yakuza

109. The Auto Garage Group

110. Toyota Altis Club

111. Toyota Project S

112. Toyota Vios Club Malaysia

113. Tune E-fectz Enthusiast

114. Ultimate Driving Machine Owners

115. VIP Dream Club

116. VIP Style Society Malaysia

117. Volvo Owners Club of Malaysia

118. Waja Performance Club

119. Wira 1.8 DOCH LE Owners Club

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Part 6 - List Malaysia Auto Club / Senarai Kelab Kereta Malaysia

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86. RX8 Club Malaysia

87. Saga Iswara Club (S.I.C)

88. Saga Iswara Owner's Club (SIOC)

89. Sarawak Auto Forum

90. Satria GTi Club

91. Satria Neo Club

92. Satria Performance Owners Club

93. Satria Tuner Club

94. Savvy Owners Club (SAVOC)

95. Slip Stream

96. Subaru Club Malaysia

97. Sutera Club

98. Swift Club Malaysia

99. Tandem Assasin Tengku Djan

100. Team Eighth

101. Team ES (7th Gen Civic)

102. Team Hyundai Malaysia

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Part 5 - List Malaysia Auto Club / Senarai Kelab Kereta Malaysia

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69. MYVI Motor Motorsports Club

70. MYVI Owners Club

71. Nissan Motorsports Club

72. Perdana V-Sixers

73. Performance Carbs Forum

74. Perodua Owners (KAPMA)

75. Peugeot Club

76. Photokaki Forum

77. Picanto Club

78. Proton Mania Club

79. Putra Collective

80. Putra Enthusiast Group

81. Proton Satria Enthusiast

82. R3gister-Home to R3 Owners

83. R3gister Forum

84. Reckless Motorsport

85. Redline Club

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Part 4 - List Malaysia Auto Club / Senarai Kelab Kereta Malaysia

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52. K-Car Sport Enthusiast

53. Kia Car Club

54. Kia Optima Owners Club

55. Kia Spectra (SAECTRAN)

56. Kcar Life

57. L2TT Performance Group

58. Lancer GT Club

59. Malaysian Honda Civic Club

60. Malaysian Matrix Club

61. Mercedes Benz Club

62. Mini Owners Club Malaysia

63. Mitsubishi Airtrek Club

64. Mitsubishi Evolution Owners Club

65. Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 Enthusiast

66. Mitsubishi Lanser Owners Club

67. Motorsport NetworkPublish Post

68. MX5MY Club Malaysia

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Monday, May 5, 2008

My Social NetWork

My Social NetWork: Come n Join Me.