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- Wed Jan 25, 2023 1:09 pm
- Forum: Rant and Rave
- Topic: What is killing everyone?
- Replies: 23
- Views: 572
the non-covid death rate has been consistently higher than the 5 year average for about 6 months and is affecting all age groups. Or maybe it is still covid, but either people can't be arsed to write it on the death certificate, or have been instructed not to? They used to say opinions are like ars...
Agreed, the Sportex manifolds are a pain in the arse, not only are they badly formed, the drivers side one actually catches on the steering column UJ. I've had this issue on two different 3 litres that have had these manifolds fitted. I recently fitted a Janspeed system onto a set of standard manifo...
Received my CCI mag this morning. To be fair to CCI, they're not responsible for the carnage currently being wreaked on the country. I send out every parcel by a tracked service but I am more and more switching to couriers just to be able to carry on providing a mail order service.
- Sat Sep 17, 2022 1:59 pm
- Forum: Q & A
- Topic: Timing Question - too much advance?
- Replies: 15
- Views: 700
Sounds like a dodgy distributer to me. We have fitted these to our builds previously and they don't always run well if you set them to the book settings. We have had to sometimes set them up by ear and do several road runs to get them sorted. These distributors are sold for a variety of motors and I...
I've previously used a few different shades but I have now settled for Olive Green. It is a real ballache preparing and painting the brake pipes but I can't stand to see them not done.
The larger bore ones haven't been available from my usual outlets for some time now. Past Parts can properly refurbish the original ones, far better than simply sticking in a set of seals.
So you're looking for a 23 spline friction plate but smaller cover plate than the standard 2 litre clutch? shouldn't be that difficult, most retailers go by parts books that have been wrong for years.