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- Mon Jan 13, 2020 7:58 pm
- Forum: Other Car Chat
- Topic: 1926, Bullnose Morris Oxford 3/4 coupe
- Replies: 211
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How do again, Yes Phil's, increasing compression and definitely trying to achieve the magic 50 mph and a 0 to 50 in less that 60 seconds :roll: Alan Talking speed ,I saw an interview with Ross Brawn talking about his vintage car and how he was trying to get more speed out of it ,he was testing his ...
- Tue Jan 07, 2020 8:02 pm
- Forum: Middlebridge
- Topic: B pillar coat hook - major improvement? You decide...
- Replies: 12
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Ha this reminds me of a new car ad from long ago where two salesmen were only interested in whether or not the new car had hooks for their jackets
The moisture comes from or just under the first filler / primer layer. It has been strongly suggested that Reliant left the bodyshells in primer and often outside whilst waiting to be finished. That is always going to cause issues because conventional primers soak water up like a sponge. On top of ...
I wouldn't recommend you buy that one it's just a glorified plastic sheet which will do damage on the other hand breathable ones like the ones sold at Halfords are in my opinion much less harmful and vastly cheaper than a garage rent
All back together with new orange rubber ,quite a tricky job getting it all back on ,thanks for all the help and advice! As new turbo pipes aren't available anyone know how much a second hand one goes for ? Thanks again !
I would not glue it,then what do you do when you have to remove it next time? maybe a clip made for exhaust systems (not the U-bolt type tho.) Presumably you're thinking of the Mikalor type clips ? http://www.mikalor.com/img/src/productosGr/AB%20SUPRA%20W2.jpg That's what I've got but won't be able...