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Old 20-05-2013, 08:19 PM   #1
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A weight saving project, nice.
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Old 20-05-2013, 08:55 PM   #4
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Aw thanks Paul. Must be weird seeing some of your baby in there !!!!!!! xxxx
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Aw thanks Paul. Must be weird seeing some of your baby in there !!!!!!! xxxx
it is but glad its all been been put on a restoration build to save a skyline from the scrap heap
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aaaww well its all very well loved !!!
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looking good hun, was the photo of the HKS BOV taken while 1 bolt was out?
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looking good hun, was the photo of the HKS BOV taken while 1 bolt was out?
If not THAT's the running/idling issue right there.
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If not THAT's the running/idling issue right there.
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looking very good loving the first pic of the hand brake or have you been using it for other purposes lol

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No no the bolts in that was taken before - issue still remains lol and coolant temp sensor is good too humph
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there are 2 temp sensors 1 with 2 wires for ECU and other with 1 wire for gauge, the 1 wire one isn't important and gauge will tell you if that works but the one with 2 wires needs to work correctly as it sends a signal to ECU
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