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Re: F/S 2 A series electronic dizzies
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Posted on: 2011/4/29 4:42
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Re: New website
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i'd be interested in those upper box sections under the front guards too. Also are there any plans for replacement panels for lower rear quarters behind back wheels in the future?? and maybe patch panels for bottom of front guards where they bolt up on sill (at the rear of guard) i would imagine that would be a popular part too!!

Posted on: 2011/4/17 22:28
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Re: 1200 fireblade or fireball decal??
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i think you'll find its a seventies or eighties addition because they thought it made it look cool (at the time!!)

Posted on: 2011/3/5 5:55
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Re: A14 Build - How to Make the biggest bang.
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as Chris suggests balancing etc is well worth it, mild cam, extractors, 1.75ish inch exhaust, bit of polishing and porting on the head, electronic distributor, lighten the flywheel a bit, and a weber 32/36 downdraught carb would probably spend your $3k if its all shiny new and rebuilt and be a nice compromise between drivability and fun. If you can get 90 to 95 horsepower in your little ute you'll be laughing

Posted on: 2011/2/11 6:45
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Re: cowl covers
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that looks really good, maybe just a bit lower as per original ones?? will need to put some mesh etc in the gaps to stop leaves and crap blocking drain holes underneath?? good work with a busted wing too!!

Posted on: 2011/2/4 6:00
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Re: oval port intake gasket part # for A15?
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I've got an ACL gasket part number jc214 for oval port a15 inlet manifold

Posted on: 2011/1/15 2:25
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Re: oval port intake gasket part # for A15?
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now that i've read your post properly (i thought your were after gasket between carb and manifold) supercheap stocks oval port inlet manifold gaskets, i got one last week. If they stock them in NZ surely they'll have them over there, being an australian store??

Posted on: 2011/1/14 8:23
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instead of beating up your ute you could just put some 60 profile tyres on it instead of 70's??

Posted on: 2011/1/14 5:12
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Re: oval port intake gasket part # for A15?
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get some gasket paper and trace one out??

Posted on: 2011/1/14 5:08
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Re: F/S: GX Head/twincarbs/gx exhaust manifold
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yeah was being sold as a package

Posted on: 2011/1/6 7:39
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