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  1. @shizzl Just saw on facebook zerba in manakau has a grx in for wrecking if you need even more parts
  2. 20+yr old by the time you import it or own it for 2 yrs in canada should be sweet Unless they change all the rules by then..... /usa has 20yr? rule too so could probably still profit selling it to them
  3. Shit yeah Theres a cast turbo manifold on fb for 150.......
  4. Sounds ideal Is the gts4 gbox same as gtr?
  5. rain, or indicating or turning when it "thinks" you might have left that road all means it just goes blank or comes up with a random amount
  6. I cant imagine it being the make or break to anyone And totally understandable
  7. each one seems to have there own ideas by the looks of it (havent personally taken one through yet) so best ask the one you intend on using im sure some before/during/after photos would be handy though
  8. Borrow petes fezza brakes https://www.instagram.com/p/CeFoyH1OQkt/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
  9. datlow


    Best way to strip an alloy bonnet? Was thinking Paint stripper Will need some sanding too i guess as theres some minor corrosion
  10. It was always like that /so long as it looks good enough for the wof man
  11. Have you heard about the wonderful cooling effects of meth Will it be attending os drags?
  12. Will it start if you spin it? Try both directions
  13. Ive got 28mm bends from ali, probably not big swoopy ones for your application tho.. NZ$ 2.14 | 12.7 16 19 22 25 28 32 34 38 40 42 45 48 51 52mm OD Butt Weld Elbow 90 Degree 304/316L Stainless Sanitary Pipe Fitting Homebrew https://a.aliexpress.com/_m0rDWNg
  14. @flyingbrick hows your battery held up/how often do you ride your bike?
  15. /ling A barra will bolt to a btr wont it....
  16. Was he planning on changing suspension and diff? Might actually end up easier to go scratch bullt?
  17. 2023 Lvvta scratch build Surely your old man could whip up a new chassis with a belt driven barometric Mopar
  18. Any wof cof reg what ever stickers on the window?
  19. (b) The temperature rating of the cord. Cords are usually rated at 75°C or greater. Higher temperature cords of 85°C or greater rating are used for irons, heaters and toasters. Before replacing any cord, check the temperature rating that is marked on the sheath of the cord.
  20. ^ that's rated to 133, for heating appliances I'd say the tranny etc would be pretty fubar by the time it gets that hot This is 77 https://www.jaycar.co.nz/77-c-thermal-fuse/p/ST3800
  21. Does it have an option to continue running after shut off to prevent heatsoak? Probably a good feature for post drag run too?
  22. Not to poo poo your A+ barrying +1 safety glasses up to +2.5 I think https://nzsafetyblackwoods.co.nz/en/bolle-bifocal-iri-s-diopter-1-0-safety-glasses-each--412253 +2.5 https://nzsafetyblackwoods.co.nz/en/bolle-bifocal-iri-s-diopter-2-5-safety-glasses-each--412256
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