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Re: 75/50W SEALED BEAM HEADLIGHTS
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They should be an upgrade even if you use the standard bulbs as there will be more current available to the globes compared to the standard wiring harness.

Posted on: 6/25 1:31
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Re: 75/50W SEALED BEAM HEADLIGHTS
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Yes its a fused wire. Done in minutes. The only concern i had is with the quality of the relays, but i guess i will just replace them if they ever blow.

Posted on: 6/24 0:23
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Re: 75/50W SEALED BEAM HEADLIGHTS
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I just did this upgrade for our Plymouth Duster.
Its just plug in!

Wiring Harness

Cheapest and easiest way to upgrade your lighting circuit. Now no high current needed through the light switch!

Posted on: 6/21 0:34
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Re: Coupes Unite!
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Open in new window

Posted on: 5/6 1:07
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Re: Pic of the day
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Awesome.Love the paint work! is that a long bed?

Posted on: 5/6 0:26
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Re: Your thoughts on electronic dizzys?
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Quote:

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dont make any more power, nor run any better than a correctly adjusted points ignition

But, will run well for years without any need to re-adjust every six months and buy new points/condensor every year


I though that electronic ignition gave you a higher voltage spark because it didn't require a ballast resistor or is that just sales talk from the Hotspark/ retro fit crowd?

Posted on: 5/2 1:59
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Re: Your thoughts on electronic dizzys?
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Would like to hear feedback to.
They are cheap and should make for easier starts and more power.
I wonder if the have the correct curve?

Posted on: 4/30 0:17
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Re: The 625kg Wonder
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I have my eye on one on gum tree but need him to cut the price in half. Its not in the best shape

Posted on: 4/16 23:52
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Re: The 625kg Wonder
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Awsome little cars! Next on my list

Posted on: 4/15 2:40
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Re: 1200 coupe fuel tank
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Alloy Tank

You can get some pretty good products to refurbish your tank. Lot easier than making a new one.

Tank sealer and coating

Posted on: 3/28 21:09
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