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  1. Sweet sounds like what I'm after, do you remember where it came from or was it just like rolled up bundy tube brake line type stuff?
  2. Was that with PTC fittings @MRWEST?
  3. What kind of hardline are you fellas running?
  4. Looks like the one tortron couldn't find any 8 pin ones on there though. Might need to get a pair of 12s and re-pin them
  5. Anyone know what kind of plug this it so I can source it's mate? Need to join onto this but not keen to cut connector off to join wires.
  6. Grabbed this from the rotary thread, anyone know a paint code or name for the Matt green rx2?
  7. Haha thought I had seen those somewhere before
  8. Place needs more warrent inspectors like this most wouldn't pick that balljoint wasn't correct especially if it was muddy/2nd hand looking with everything else but still ping you for something like no water in washer. I do all my own work and like having someone check over my stuff to make sure it's safe as it's pretty easy to forget to tighten a bolt after you've had your whole car apart lol. In my case I'm looking at buying a cruiser with cert for 1uz and auto but now manual back to manual. The cert is meaningless as it requires a recert, I guess it should be easier for recert t
  9. Haha don't get me wrong I think there should be requirement for a cert after a gearbox change. The way it was explained to me by a certifier was that after a cert that was essentially the new OE spec for the car, so any deviation requires recert, if the modifications don't meet the threshold then why would it require a recert? Those things would be modifying the braking system but swapping a pedal box is not. As I said before not having ago just a healthy discussion.
  10. Let's say I have a vehicle which was originally manual but has been engine swapped and auto is stated on cert plate, then it gets changed back to manual. I go for a WOF and the man says no deal as its not certed for the manual, however if the braking system is not modified it doesn't need a cert. Then i would have to get a cert for something that doesn't need certified lol
  11. Just can't see how one clutch pedal being installed automatically results in requiring a cert. If you swap pedal boxes and the brake side of things are identical then you aren't really modifying the brake system. Thus shouldn't require a cert for a gearbox swap. I mean I think you should need a cert for gbox swap but according to the threshold the only issue is that the braking system IS modified by fitting a pedal box with a clutch. Not having a go but its the whole interpretation thing
  12. So to the letter of the law it would require recert solely because the pedal box has been swapped. Even though the brake system hasn't been modified as the brake side of things is like for like, only difference is that one pedal box has a clutch pedal attached to oneside and one doesnt? Seems abit odd, what's the difference in replacing a master cylinder?
  13. Cert required for changing from auto to manual box, currently certed for auto? Not according to the the thresholds if using all OE
  14. Does anyone on here do repair certs? What is checked out just the repairs listed buy vehicle inspectors or the whole car get a check over?
  15. Got the savebarn one aswell, brought bulk belts off Aliexpress awesome tools
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