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    Welcome, The Cobra Forum has over 1200 forum members who either own or are building a 427 Cobra Replica, 289 or Daytona Cobras.

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    Sumo - Conversion to Japanese

    Hi Ian,

    This is truly a great thread however in hind sight maybe bolting a super charger to the old Rover might have been a tad easier?

    kitcarsareus Today, 07:47 PM Go to last post

    Oil change puzzle

    If you have an oil cooler then the volume of oil in the filter, the cooler and the hoses adds up to about 2.75 ltrs.
    Add the oil left in the engine

    scepticwoody Today, 07:45 PM Go to last post


    Isn't wearing a helmet in an open top car just the same as a motorcyclist? I'm assuming motorcyclist are ok wearing theirs

    philbrad73 Today, 05:53 PM Go to last post


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    stephen.cash Today, 05:45 PM Go to last post

    Intermittent relay issue

    If I test the relay with it in the circuit, but UNPLUGGED from the motor. With the switch at speed 1, I get a constant 12v from the switch and

    simon Today, 02:46 PM Go to last post