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Old 27th March 2006, 19:06   #181
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very very very nice
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Old 27th March 2006, 19:11   #182
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WHERE'S THE SHIFTER?? Did get time to find that out or....
Ahhhh...... He kinda didn't get me, so this 'T' shaped piece sits just under the gear stick? This side of the shift rod naa? You're not talking about the linkage,are you?

And i wasn't feeling sleepy, it was what you were doin' and i was waking you'll up!!!!
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Old 27th March 2006, 22:07   #183
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K&N Stack filter on the carb or K&N conical breathing cold air from an isolated place?
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Old 27th March 2006, 22:20   #184
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Ideally the latter.. But The stack also should be okay - Difference even if any will not amount to much.
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Old 27th March 2006, 23:03   #185
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Ideally the latter.. But The stack also should be okay - Difference even if any will not amount to much.
Hmmm, the strut brace is pushing me to look at the Conical K&N!!
Well....... lets see how it goes!!!
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Old 27th March 2006, 23:19   #186
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Yeah, i like that.........well if you remember you gave me sohail's number for the free flow for my car!!!

Stayed tuned.......... !!

Thanks for the support...................
Of course I remember .. !!
so did u also manage to get a tacho for ur babe ? I couldn't find one for a 3 cylinder ....
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Old 27th March 2006, 23:30   #187
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Of course I remember .. !!
so did u also manage to get a tacho for ur babe ? I couldn't find one for a 3 cylinder ....
Am getting one.........
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Old 28th March 2006, 16:27   #188
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Hi Edmund, I am new here and just found your thread today. I have a 2002 800, and no restoring is due yet, but its really infectious, your enthusiasm. I love the paint job. I am no expert on air filters, oil filters and manifolds, but I get a vibe of love and caring from all the snapshots and your updates.
One thing that interests me is the tachometer you are getting and the wheels.
The door panels were not too much up my street and I think they will feel terribly hot when you get in after leaving "blaupunkt" for a few hours out in the sun.
Are you getting anything done to the suspension? You seem to have fibre glass springs back.
On the whole, a super job.
This is one great thread. I have to save a shortcut to the thread on my browser toolbar.
On the whole
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Old 28th March 2006, 16:39   #189
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By the way, saw the cardomain snaps, and I think I prefer the alloy look rather than the black wheel look. Your choice of course, but my take on this is that contrasting colours make the thinness (and therefore, the meanness) of the rubber more apparent.
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By the way, saw the cardomain snaps, and I think I prefer the alloy look rather than the black wheel look. Your choice of course, but my take on this is that contrasting colours make the thinness (and therefore, the meanness) of the rubber more apparent.
Hmmm, i don't know if you are a Nissan Skyline GTR fan? I am.......and that's why i'm going in for black or bronze wheels....... it's all a matter of opinions, but i've had my fun with sober aluminum silver alloy wheels!!!

That's the look!!!!



Thanks for your support bro......about the tachometer, do a search and you'll get more info on where to get one for yourself!!!
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That is a very nice colour!! But I think it is gunmetal grey. I simply love that. Anyway, you shall definitely get a kick out of the drive, however you paint it. Enjoy.
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Hmmm, i don't know if you are a Nissan Skyline GTR fan? I am.......and that's why i'm going in for black or bronze wheels....... it's all a matter of opinions, but i've had my fun with sober aluminum silver alloy wheels!!!

That's the look!!!!
Thanks for your support bro......about the tachometer, do a search and you'll get more info on where to get one for yourself!!!
hey edmund .. try out bronze alloys ..
Im a GTR fan..I know what u are saying ..
if u love GTR's, Evo's and Subaru's u must have seen the bronze ones .. they look cool with blue coat u have given. I feel black looks good with white coat...
seen lots of JDM tuner cars with the bronze look..

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Edmund, the car looks cool. I liked the paint job - pretty neat. Nice work, buddy.
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Hey Ed when you are posting the final pci any idea
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Old 29th March 2006, 14:06   #195
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u sure r very brave to handle this car

CONGRATS BYDDEY...!!!
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