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    I have these on my ep3 and I'm fairly sure you...

    I have these on my ep3 and I'm fairly sure you need spigot rings to go from 67.1 to 64.1, but I'd double check that. You will also need the Mitsubishi type flat seated wheel nuts. They don't use the...
  2. If its just to go between the painted strut tops...

    If its just to go between the painted strut tops and the painted brace it'll be fine. Not that there will be any movement but I'm sure it would reduce friction and prevent and moisture getting in...
  3. That's more of a sealant. Some of the merc...

    That's more of a sealant. Some of the merc recalls used a cavity wax actually. Between door hinges and A pillars. Something like that would do the trick. If the surfaces are painted then very...
  4. Acf is very runny and almost oil like. I use it...

    Acf is very runny and almost oil like. I use it on my coilovers but I think I would have preferred to use grease in hind sight, as it needs frequent application even with neoprene socks on them. It...
  5. Thread: 2019 Supra GTS

    by Norv
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    Well that's as good as a licence to print money....

    Well that's as good as a licence to print money. Fill your boots.

    Yes my darling it's always been like this. Enjoy, it's a lovely machine. [emoji1783]

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  6. Thread: 2019 Supra GTS

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    I'll definitely say she won't notice mate....

    I'll definitely say she won't notice mate. [emoji85]

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  7. Thread: 2019 Supra GTS

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    Haha, I love that moment of 'what have I done!'...

    Haha, I love that moment of 'what have I done!' when you realise she will see/hear it and notice.

    It sounded nice before, not the usual forced farts and pops everyone seems to love these days....
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    What is the next project likely to be then? You...

    What is the next project likely to be then? You don't seem to do them by the half! [emoji12]



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    For the money they're an excellent option in my...

    For the money they're an excellent option in my opinion.

    For mainly track I'd recommend some decent pads. Carbotech have worked really well for me, though next time I'll try the RSL29 pads as...
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    Mine are also standard rears, just running pbs...

    Mine are also standard rears, just running pbs pads to deal with the heat a bit better. Luckily I did as one rear caliper seized on a few months later and the disc was glowing put pads were fine!
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    I run the megane kit. I like that the calipers...

    I run the megane kit. I like that the calipers are easy to source as are the discs (350z or slightly cheaper Morano) which gives a fair bit of choice to pads and discs.

    So far I haven't had any...
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    Innovate do a combined oil temp and pressure...

    Innovate do a combined oil temp and pressure which I have had for a year or 2. I've not had any issues with it and happy with how it performs. It has pressure in the centre as a numerical display...
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    Silicone spray would do as a temp solution. It's...

    Silicone spray would do as a temp solution. It's low friction and won't cause issues with the rubber. But it will only last 5 minutes. You'd be better off locating the noise with that, then working...
  14. How are the whoosh noises? Always wanted one of...

    How are the whoosh noises? Always wanted one of those for our A4 but never got round to it.

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    Sounds like it went well overall! I have the...

    Sounds like it went well overall!

    I have the hybrid shifter and cables. Shift is incredibly short but very precise. Certainly not asking for a mishap when shifting at all. Did you try adjusting...
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    TGM in Fleet is another option. Very well rated...

    TGM in Fleet is another option. Very well rated garage.

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    Nice! Did you decide on CR? I'm sure it's a...

    Nice! Did you decide on CR?

    I'm sure it's a fair investment, but not worth much broken to you or anyone else. It'll be worth it when it's all done and dusted. [emoji41]

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    Hopefully Tom comes up with something for you....

    Hopefully Tom comes up with something for you. [emoji1696]

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    Do clockwise motion do one for the fn2? Might be...

    Do clockwise motion do one for the fn2? Might be worth contacting them directly?

    Seems a shame to drop the sump and not fit one really.

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    There's very little to gain from one, if any....

    There's very little to gain from one, if any. I've heard reports of them causing inlet manifolds to crack due to differing thermal expansion as well.

    Personally I wouldn't bother.

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    I've seen him on the Track Time Facebook page....

    I've seen him on the Track Time Facebook page. That golf with him in it goes really well! Lovely bit of kit he's built.

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    I'd give them a call tomorrow just to check it...

    I'd give them a call tomorrow just to check it was in stock etc. They're really well regarded and set up loads of the civic Cup cars.

    Hopefully they have it in stock for you! [emoji1696]

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  23. Thread: ABS light HELP

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    You need a dedicated ABS code reader. Foxwell...

    You need a dedicated ABS code reader. Foxwell unit on amazon for around 130 is the best one I have used.

    Obd dongles, cheap code readers etc will only talk to the engine control unit.

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    That's a shame, it would be nice to have it all...

    That's a shame, it would be nice to have it all done in time.

    Good luck with the others, I can't think of any others now, if any come to mind I'll post here.

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    Have you tried all the main Honda garages? Tgm,...

    Have you tried all the main Honda garages? Tgm, area, tdi North, cpl, etc? See if they have it in stock?

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