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  1. mutiny

    Maxteds 1969 mazda B1500

    I think i might have a factory maza stereo blanking playe if you want it Edit. I totally do
  2. mutiny

    PAINT THREAD

    Hi fellas. Wanting to paint my trailer. Its been painted before but it starting to show surface rust. Whats the best kind of paint to give it a coat of paint for cheap. Wanting something hearty . Not to concerned about finish
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    SunnyCoupe's predictable '83 Starlet

    oh man i use to see the old boy driving round in this nearly every day. boot open with lawnmower hanging out the back haha
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    car takes a long time to start

    Yea nothing came up with codes
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    car takes a long time to start

    so im fuckin amateur at this stuff but had a look today. fuel filter runs to this here he is without the cap and this is at the other end of the fuel rail and this seems to feed the fuel filter. anyone know what it is? like i say im a complete amateur with fuel injection and all help is appreciated so yeah what should i be lookin at etc? or is it just easier to put one of these in? http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/car-parts-accessories/performance/fuel-systems/auction-1285851720.htm
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    car takes a long time to start

    definatly starts a shit load easier if i hold key on for 4 seconds then start it. so fuel priming issue,. what does that leave me to check and how do i check it?
  7. mutiny

    car takes a long time to start

    I was meaning more of a photo or similar . Fuel priming issue still leaves a lot of unknowns
  8. mutiny

    car takes a long time to start

    got an example 8 ball? have heard the same method can diagnose a faulty fuel pump. might just have to take it to a mechanic and get a diagnosis
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    car takes a long time to start

    Will give it another try tomorrow. Once it's running and I turn it off. If I fire it back up straight away it starts mints. What's you guysthoughts on it being fuel pump and is there a way to bench test it
  10. mutiny

    car takes a long time to start

    Are you sure it's t1 and te1 ? Did that and came up with nothing . Should I do it in the same plugs as the photo? Put new plugs and a fuel filter in with no results hmm
  11. mutiny

    car takes a long time to start

    Thanks for the quick replys fellas. Yeah have a new fuel filter to put in will do one night this week. Air filter is mint battery is new. Car cranks over fine just takes a long time to fire Have done about 200 ks in it so it's had a bunch of new fuel etc Unsure on running fault codes will look into it tonight.
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    car takes a long time to start

    so my mrs brought a toyota windom sight unseen. car starts every time but takes 4 seconds or so to actually fire up.doesnt sound long but it is for a car to start. i know the cars been sitting around for a few years with very little use. unsure if that gives anyone a clue shoot
  13. lame im down those ways for that weekend and was gonna try work it to go
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    stolen, ts250 chch

    i ride most weekends. itll just be cunts that dont know what they have. will probably do a burnout till tire pops and leave it in their garage for 20 years. havnt caught up with dave to see if his old man got it back yet?
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    stolen, ts250 chch

    posting on behalf of a good frind of mine I'm hoping the Christchurch moto community can help me find my dad's Suzuki TS250 trail bike. It was STOLEN from Condell Ave in Papanui, Christchurch a couple of weeks ago. It is certainly not worth a lot to whoever took it however it has a fair amount of sentimental value to us. It is quite distinguishable as dad restored it with some non original and hand made parts. Please contact me on 027 203 5762 if you know anything. You can remain anonymous or a reward is negotiable for recovery of the bike. Thanks and please share