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  1. Dell'orto

    SiRge's 1985 Honda Crx discussion

    Looked it when I drove past - good to hear it's been saved
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    SiRge's 1985 Honda Crx discussion

    Was this parked up in Pinehaven? I saw one months ago, and when I car jammed it, said it was 1800cc. Got a bit of a soft spot for a CRX, neat little deathtraps
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    Boost leak - compressor to oil passage

    Is this an Evo TD05 or Chinesium TD05?
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    mlracing's Hakosuka.

    Yeah I need to send my invoice in for those brakes...spent ages trying to clean up the old flare nuts. Previous owner-san must have been built like a brick shithouse.
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    Slideways' Purvis

    What the fuck is wrong with you? ....I actually saw this too and was tempted haha
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    Rivalrx - 1972 Mazda 618 Coupe

    Love seeing/hearing this thing running, patina just sets it off. Especially with no jilliez!
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    Automotive jobs in Welly?

    I have heaps of customers looking in the Hutt valley
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    Bling's AE70 Hardtop - Discussion

    Something tells me they don't, but my memory of E7 panels is a bit hazy
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    Chrome bumper bolts

    I bought some from Aliexpress a few years back, could be an option
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    Bling's AE70 Hardtop - Discussion

    I see you have the desprang part sorted, when does the tang bit happen?
  11. Cutting them is dumb, stock springs will be irreplaceable. Just remove them altogether
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    Rivalrx - 1972 Mazda 618 Coupe

    Sounds crisp! Must be hanging out to drive it
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    Sheepers latest Ms75

    What do you mean? EV is the way of the future
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    kpr's starlet

    129.97rwkw /shgwag
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    Welder buying spam

    I have the 200a version of that Weldtech machine, and so far it's been really nice to use. Much finer control than the old 200a Xcelarc machine I had, and so much more compact being an inverter. Certainly much easier to find the sweet spot for tacking thin sheet metal than the old machine for sure! The main flaw I've found so far - main power cord is SHORT. Not much over a metre long, and given most garages are gonna be at least 5 metres wide it's quite limiting if your hot points are spread out. The supplied torch is also only 3 metres, so I've had to shift my 15a hot points a few times to be able to work on the car.