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    Sheepers latest Ms75

    Ah its only single pack paint, and not thinned, so you can put it back?
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    Sheepers latest Ms75

    How do you get on with painting small stuff like your air filter housing? You eyecrometer the amount of paint you need then there is a bit of wastage on the paint? Then aim down so you dont need to mask off the entire area? Looks lush
  3. I had a non returning regulator on my car with bike carbs, was no problem. rot808's car is running standard fuel pump with bike carbs and no return either. I think most setups can handle no return without any major problems
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    Nicks Honda MT50 dirt scooter/PPSC gateway bike

    sheeeet I love the look of this thing, so keen on one. Keen to see a video of ringadings
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    Eastcapescapade 2018 November 9-10-11

    I hope it was as I was racing past you in your cage
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    Eastcapescapade 2018 November 9-10-11

    Put in ear plugs as my intake is so damn loud
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    Eastcapescapade 2018 November 9-10-11

    Springs just increase from your base speed, so my old engagement point was around 4-4500, so they are probably 2k springs
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    Eastcapescapade 2018 November 9-10-11

    @RUNAMUCK I have since taken your advice into account, and my ears say thanks, especially now I have heavier clutch springs and only start moving at 6500rpm
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    DIY Fuel injection thread.

    come on, we are in the DIY fuel injection thread, this is about testing shit and learning, and theoretically not paying people to do stuff on your car and megasquirts are great, I have had minimal problems with mine, I just had some good knowledgeable dudes help me with it Also, this stuff is actually fairly complicated, no matter what an experienced person tells you, and requires hours upon hours of research and faffing around, with probably the wrong bits giving you the wrong info, but thats all parts of the learning experience innit
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    DIY Fuel injection thread.

    wat, just tune it yourself, its not that hard
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    HKM400's 1969 Lotus 7 Series 3

    my radiator was in good nick and cleaned, but was not good enough for my modified engine, temperature fluctuated all the time. You need to check the fan type too, as some are specified as being designed to blow, suck or both (both is usually the most common but worst type as it does neither job most efficiently)
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    HKM400's 1969 Lotus 7 Series 3

    I reckon get a bigger radiator man, I had to get a new radiator in my escort when the engine was fancied up as it kept getting hot, made my problems go away. Also bought the flashest electric fan I could get to fit into the space, fitted to the front of the radiator
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    chris' scoot hoard

    time to recheck!
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    chris' scoot hoard

    true, interesting how different setups work