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  1. Anderson plug would work maybe a 4 way small for speakers 2 way bigger one for sub https://www.jaycar.co.nz/4-way-shell-for-15a-anderson-connector-with-latch/p/PT4436 (Can’t actually see what this one plugs into unless it’s both M&F) https://www.jaycar.co.nz/anderson-sb50-power-connector-50a-6-gauge-contacts/p/PT4420 They have panel mounts for them too
  2. That’s why it also has the vin number on the tag
  3. * cm009 for a long option https://www.autobend.co.nz/exhaust-products/hardware/mounts
  4. @Nominal probably already found them but for future reference assume these are them (sans picture) https://webstore.autobend.co.nz/product/fiat-124-125-132-short-hooks-10028.htmx
  5. Here https://www.nzta.govt.nz/vehicles/how-the-motor-vehicle-register-affects-you/who-can-access-register-information/ but also I wanna do a plate check/car jam before buying so mostly idiots idioting
  6. Still can find it…. can opt out of being searchable from memory
  7. Bulkhead would probably be the most reliable and should be Able to get in brass if heats a issue But these would look tidy if you can't hide it (might not like the heat either?) https://sapsltd.nz/uniseal/
  8. Logic, thought this was OS..... Call the cats BARRA and PLUS T
  9. And don't dip your magnesium Ferrari wheels.....
  10. was the old one stuffed? could likely get all parts for it as keihin still make carbs etc
  11. no originals likely a keihin? carb, that mikuni would be a reliable upgrade though (if the china carb doesn't work out)
  12. if the china carb doesn't work out, they have a few options and adaptors to use og airbox https://mikunioz.com/shop/1-honda-xr-250-mikuni-tm33-8012-pumper-carb-kit/?v=13b249c5dfa9
  13. thought they had pics, but its all upper sills not the flappy bits, https://vehicleinspection.nzta.govt.nz/virms/entry-certification/reference-materials/non-structural-cosmetic-damage/sillsrocker-panels-minor-damage does mention this though 'A vehicle is not required to be referred to a specialist repair certifier if it has minor underbody impact damage as a result of ‘grounding’ the vehicle or some scraping of the sill seams." https://vehicleinspection.nzta.govt.nz/virms/entry-certification/i-and-c/vehicle-structure/threshold-for-requiring-repair-certification
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