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Author Subject: Ideas to keep this place alive and running
alcon

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Post #26
Good job with the badges.

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Posted 10th Aug 2019 at 15:04
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #27
Blush

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Posted 10th Aug 2019 at 15:34
tvrfan007

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Post #28
Fixing the FAQs would be good. Waybackwhen machine (google it) has lots of old versions of them and many have pics in.

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Posted 21st Nov 2019 at 13:24
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #29
Yep totally agree,..

I want to redo Alot of them as YouTube tutorials
But if anyone is carrying out any of the things in the FAQ section
And would like to take new pictures to replace broken links the threads can be updated! Thumbs up

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Posted 21st Nov 2019 at 20:11
tvrfan007

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Post #30
Grab the pics off way back when and reupload to Flickr?

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Posted 21st Nov 2019 at 20:40
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #31
Sadly Alot of them were linked to their own personal photobucket/flicker accounts and have deleted them hence the broken link
I'll look into it though and see if there's a way to retrieve any of them!

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Posted 21st Nov 2019 at 21:17
russbez

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Post #32
Good to see this place alive. Replaced soo many parts on my car over the years would of been majorly stuck/out of pocket had it not been for this forum

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Posted 10th Dec 2019 at 12:41
fezza_rs

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Location: Nr Goole

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Post #33
A monthly photo competition..... But instead of cars it's full frontal nude photos of members. Winner gets their photo as the page header.
Posted 17th Dec 2019 at 13:36
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #34
no offence intended,..
but you are not the prettiest and defo should be excluded from the running,..
also any female members we had were long since scared away by all the perv's lurking on here!

so no naked full frontals will be happening,..

Sorry! Big grin

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Posted 17th Dec 2019 at 13:54
fezza_rs

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Post #35
I'm utterly distraught 😩
Posted 17th Dec 2019 at 14:51
mik

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Post #36
I find Facebook groups OK but a pain when looking for specific info. The FAQ section here is a definite USP, and Youtube vids is an excellent idea.

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Posted 19th Dec 2019 at 23:07
miki4

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Post #37
Folks... what about adding new sections or sub-forums to the forum for the newer Peugeot top models / hot hatches? The German laguna2.eu forum for example was expanded several years ago and became renaultforum.net. At the same time one could port the whole forum to a current forum software / CMS.
Posted 21st Dec 2019 at 16:15
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #38
Unfortunately we had to slim the forum down to keep the overheads down too so that we can keep it free for you guys,..
When we had a fee that covered the overheads of the forum everyone did one,..LOL
I'll crack on with some video tutorials in the new year! Big grin

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Posted 21st Dec 2019 at 17:52
Day666

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Post #39
Fantastic Thumbs up
Posted 21st Dec 2019 at 18:06
antn1.b

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Post #40
Glad to see you are still going, used to spend a fair amount of time on these forums and they are a massive part of my old blaze gti6 being my favourite car I've owned!
I am on the hunt for another now, surprised they are not more sought after price wise being how capable and relatively scarce they are.
Posted 4th Jan 2020 at 02:17
mellowr1

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Post #41
feel free to watch my youtube channel and subscribeThumbs up
Posted 4th Jan 2020 at 22:18
barrym

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Post #42
mellowr1 wrote:
feel free to watch my youtube channel and subscribeThumbs up


Is it of your black 6 being spotted all over the UK?

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Posted 5th Jan 2020 at 11:51
mellowr1

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Post #43
no LOL it's mainly bikes and concerts, although there are a few in car videos of when i went to scotlandThumbs up
Posted 6th Jan 2020 at 13:59
darkgti6

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Post #44
Hi guys, been a looooonngg while since I posted here. I miss it. Since helping to keep the group alive is on the cards, how about optimizing the group to cater for non Gti-6 vehicles? Mainly cars though obviously!

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Posted 10th Feb 2020 at 20:48
S8-Tom

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Post #45
How about a paid subscription that offers access to Service Box seeing as they're charging for it now?

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Posted 24th Mar 2020 at 16:39
jeffers Forum Owner

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Post #46
S8-Tom wrote:
How about a paid subscription that offers access to Service Box seeing as they're charging for it now?

After last time the site was paid subscription? I don’t think so, I’d rather me n Dave kept paying at least the site is used and information is preserved, start charging again and we’re likely to lose everyone again.

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Posted 24th Mar 2020 at 21:01
S8-Tom

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Post #47
Could make it optional? Cheap enough to cover Service Box subscription + a bit to cover site costs. No idea what costs are involved or how many you'd need to sign-up to cover those costs though.

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Posted 25th Mar 2020 at 08:07
jeffers Forum Owner

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Post #48
S8-Tom wrote:
Could make it optional? Cheap enough to cover Service Box subscription + a bit to cover site costs. No idea what costs are involved or how many you'd need to sign-up to cover those costs though.

A fair point, my apologies for appearing grumpy yesterday wasn’t in a great place. I’ll speak with Dave the optional donation thing could be an option....

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Posted 25th Mar 2020 at 12:14
prism7guy

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Post #49
jeffers wrote:
S8-Tom wrote:
Could make it optional? Cheap enough to cover Service Box subscription + a bit to cover site costs. No idea what costs are involved or how many you'd need to sign-up to cover those costs though.

A fair point, my apologies for appearing grumpy yesterday wasn’t in a great place. I’ll speak with Dave the optional donation thing could be an option....


That's what i kind of envisioned, an optional subscription at say £20 a year, if enough people did it to cover the cost of the servicebox annual subscription then make a shared servicebox account for those who are subscribed members and any profit made from our subscriptions then get chucked in to the bucket to cover the costs of running this place.
Keep this site as-is in terms of free to use for anyone but anyone who chooses to subscribe gets the access details to servicebox as the incentive to subscribe. I have no idea on any legal implications for this though.

If funds are tight for running this place just pm me some payment details and i'm happy to send some money over Thumbs up

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Posted 25th Mar 2020 at 14:15
S8-Tom

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Post #50
jeffers wrote:
S8-Tom wrote:
Could make it optional? Cheap enough to cover Service Box subscription + a bit to cover site costs. No idea what costs are involved or how many you'd need to sign-up to cover those costs though.

A fair point, my apologies for appearing grumpy yesterday wasn’t in a great place. I’ll speak with Dave the optional donation thing could be an option....


No worries. I think everyone's on edge at the moment Crazy

Had a look at the 'subscriptions' bit on Service Box today. Parts lookup is £150 per year. If you want full access, to repair procedures etc, it's £2600!

However, there is a free alternative (for part number lookup) in the form of a Russian website that I've used for other marks previously ilcats.ru

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Posted 25th Mar 2020 at 20:02

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