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Re: CA18DET - PCV, Water and Vacuum hoses
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Re: Datsun 1200 Ute engineered street racecar
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Sounds like a cool project and I think I've seen some photos on Instagram.

For adding photos on here you need to resize them so that they are less than 195kb. Most 1024 x 768 pixels photos are small enough. There is info in the FAQ section.

Posted on: 2018/4/19 22:25
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Re: R31 fuel tank and pump
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I used Control Connections in Sandgate to modify my handbrake cables.

Posted on: 2017/5/1 14:28
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Re: 1200 Ute Official Weight
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Under NCOP it should be based on the heaviest sedan variant.

This is from NCOP - best to check if your states has varied this section as each state is able to 'adjust' sections or not apply them.

VSB14 - section LA

2.13.1 Vehicle Mass
The mass of the vehicle referred to in Tables LA1, LA2 and LA3 is the original (unmodified) tare
mass of the model vehicle fitted with the largest engine available for the model in Australia but
without optional accessories (air conditioning, tow bars etc.). The mass of the vehicle, whether it
is a sedan, station wagon, utility, etc., should be based on the heaviest sedan version of the model
(not station wagon version) sold in Australia

Posted on: 2017/3/13 5:03
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Re: Bailz 1200 ute- ca18det-plenty of pics
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Looking great mate

Posted on: 2016/12/4 2:15
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Re: Rolling fender lip
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I used a guard roller for my front guards, it will pull the guard as it rolls the lip unless you are able to keep some pressure on the outside of the panel in the area the roll is pushing against.

Posted on: 2016/11/23 3:17
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Re: Master Cylinder Brace and Remote BMC setup.
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Great work on turning an idea / request into an almost complete setup in 9 days! I see lots of companies providing teasers for upcoming products that then take months to go into production.

Posted on: 2016/9/24 6:21
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Re: Fuel Level Sender Compatibility
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Hey mate, I had an R31 sender recalibrated to work with a S15 gauge by Lionel Otto Instruments in Brisbane. It was a around $200 - $250 I think. Maybe see if there is a similar place local to you and ask them.

Posted on: 2016/8/24 0:36
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Re: Wiring harness grade cable
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Hey mate, I looked into this myself at one stage and there are places online but you normally have to buy the wire by the roll and it gets expensive quickly if you want more than a few colours (plus you'll have lots left over). What ecu do you plan on using? If you are using an aftermarket ECU then normally the ecu manufacturers generic harnesses are cost effective. Apart from that there are companies like wiring specialties that make conversion harnesses along with lots of other Australian wiring conversion business. If you still want to make your own harness then maybe find a local wiring conversion shop and see if they will sell the wire you need.

Posted on: 2016/8/21 1:50
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Re: Are pictures from old threads stored on the site.
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I can't really answer your question but have you looked through the thread for the photos you are after? When you go into any of the forums there is a drop down box almost at the bottom of the page that lets you select how recent the thread are that you want to view - it does give you the option for all threads "from the beginning".
I would expect that photos upload to the site would still be available but if they were hosted externally the links or hosting may be dead.

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