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rocks08
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Hello from France

Post by rocks08 » Sun Jul 09, 2017 6:01 pm

Hello everybody

My name is Anthony i leave in France. My job iq wind turbine technician and in my free time chiptuners.
I'm a new owner of a puma 1.7
I come here because i interested for a project turbo
For this car. I Want To upgrade IT asap.
I hope i Will find some information for this project
And maybe can give you some help
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Hello from France

Post by tuonokid » Sun Jul 09, 2017 7:29 pm

Hi Anthony
Welcome to the forum :-)
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Post by evilrob » Sun Jul 09, 2017 7:46 pm

Hi and welcome! :thumbs:
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Post by Dal » Sun Jul 09, 2017 8:57 pm

Welcome :ok:

Have a look here for Turbo topics:

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Post by XAF » Sun Jul 09, 2017 11:00 pm

Welcome Anthony. Glad your English is 250billion % better than my French. We're a friendly bunch on here
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Post by gingerdave » Mon Jul 10, 2017 8:37 am

Salut Anthony,wind turbine technician?.So they are keeping you busy .Every time I go to France I see more and more turbines especially along the Autoroutes.You have some of the best driving roads and they are perfect for your Puma.I take my Puma to France at least once a year and drive about 2000 kilometres
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Post by red » Mon Jul 10, 2017 8:38 am

8-) Welcome to the site!
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Post by Fanwheel » Tue Jul 11, 2017 9:00 pm

Welcome - wishing you much happiness with your Puma

There is a lot of information here on Project Puma, but also there is a French Puma forum too which might be useful:
http://www.planetepuma.com/index.php
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Post by rocks08 » Wed Jul 12, 2017 10:41 pm

XAF wrote: Welcome Anthony. Glad your English is 250billion % better than my French. We're a friendly bunch on here
English was easy :grin: but technic words sometimes dificult to understand^^
gingerdave wrote: Salut Anthony,wind turbine technician?.So they are keeping you busy .Every time I go to France I see more and more turbines especially along the Autoroutes.You have some of the best driving roads and they are perfect for your Puma.I take my Puma to France at least once a year and drive about 2000 kilometres
yes very busy, it's expanding all year, for my zone we will mount between 20 to 40 turbine per year. in france the wind turbine grows uplike mushroom :lol:
Fanwheel wrote: Welcome - wishing you much happiness with your Puma

There is a lot of information here on Project Puma, but also there is a French Puma forum too which might be useful:
http://www.planetepuma.com/index.php
i'm on planetepuma frenchforum but not a lot of people here setup the puma for turbo upgrade


thanks all for my welcome :wink:
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