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Re: 67 2dr Datsun 1k - My little project
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I ended up getting the 50mm for about $70 for 2 pieces 140cm x 55cm ... If i did it again i'd go with 35mm, the 50 was a little too thick and a pain in the rear end to pull over ...

D, That Wheel in you first pic would suit my car perfectly ...

Posted on: 2010/8/12 0:24
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Re: 67 2dr Datsun 1k - My little project
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What steering wheel is that D? Hard to get?

Seats Done ...

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Its like a lounge suite now ...

Hamza

Posted on: 2010/8/11 6:37
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Re: Hitachi Twin Carb Set ...
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$260 + $38 postage with 1h 23m 28s to go.

Posted on: 2010/8/11 6:33
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Re: Leaky Windscreen :(
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After closer inspection it looks like there is a lot of dirt in the seal ...

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Doesnt look like any sealant was used at all ...

Hamza

Posted on: 2010/8/11 6:31
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Leaky Windscreen :(
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We've had some heavy rain yesterday and through the night ... This morning i have a puddle (close to .5L) of water in the passengers footwell ...

I had a look at it last night and it was leaking from on top of the glove box ... On the inside the of the windscreen where the glass meets rubber there was a water the whole way round ...

Are there any tricks to find and filling the gap? Or am i better of buying a new seal/rubber and getting it replaced by a glazier?

Hamza (very frustrated)

Posted on: 2010/8/11 2:44
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Re: Another Air Filter Q - Too Small?
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lol ... Very nice Sam ... But mt problem is fitting it under the bonnet ...

Posted on: 2010/8/10 9:13
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Re: A15 engine - Whats the limit HP wise atmo roughly???
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OR According To My Opinion ...

Sorry to spam your thread

Posted on: 2010/8/10 4:36
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Re: A15 engine - Whats the limit HP wise atmo roughly???
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atmo = atmosphere / atmospheric pressure ?maybe?

Posted on: 2010/8/10 4:35
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Re: Another Air Filter Q - Too Small?
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I see both points of view ... But the way i look at it the stupid frypan has a TINY inlet compared to that filter, so it would be alot more restrictive ...

Posted on: 2010/8/10 1:09
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Another Air Filter Q - Too Small?
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I had a thought this afternoon ...

Is this too small for the A12?

http://www.knfilters.com/search/product.aspx?Prod=RC-2880

The flange is the right size, but the actual filter is rather small ...

Hamza

Posted on: 2010/8/9 12:23
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