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    Looking good! Takes me back to those similar...

    Looking good! Takes me back to those similar photos of mine.
    Dek
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    I suppose the point here is the purpose of the...

    I suppose the point here is the purpose of the rubber bobbins-to flex. Too small and they will flex too much and separate. Too large they won’t flex and produce fractures “up stream”. Also it...
  3. Thread: Cobra Insurance

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    Sticky: Be useful to know the age of the vehicles to...

    Be useful to know the age of the vehicles to understand if the company insures newer Cobras or just older ones than fit into a “classic” category.
    Dek
  4. Thread: E10!

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    [QUOTE=ChrisP;602301] Well done Chris he’s a...

    Well done Chris he’s a credit to you as the car is to him. Make sure you get your tools back!
    Dek
  5. Thread: E10!

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    Come in Charlie, aka “Sooty”. What was your...

    Come in Charlie, aka “Sooty”. What was your fire due to?
    I’ve also had a near miss on first start up in the spring. Fuel pi..ing out a rubber fuel hose to the carb. Denatured over the winter....
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    Hawk sold at auction

    Anyone on here? https://themarket.co.uk/listings/hawk/ac-ace/690e6f91-972c-4aec-a5e1-28b2f68e3a63?status=live
    Dek
  7. Effectively it’s the end of the kit car...

    Effectively it’s the end of the kit car industry? Who’s going to want to build an electric Cobra? What would be the point? It wouldn’t be a recreation. On the plus side it might push up the...
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    Not going to argue with that Chris! Good work on...

    Not going to argue with that Chris! Good work on the GT40 btw.
    Dek
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    Is silicone strong enough to hold but easy to...

    Is silicone strong enough to hold but easy to pull off if required?
    Dek
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    Ever tried to get them off Charlie? That stuff...

    Ever tried to get them off Charlie? That stuff sticks like “sh.t to a soldier’s blanket!”. Only for once and forever applications. :)
    Dek
  11. Thread: speedo calibration

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    I’ve got a speedometer app on my phone which I...

    I’ve got a speedometer app on my phone which I use to check my cars against.
    Dek
  12. Thread: Fixing door cards.

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    Thanks Craig. Will the door card be removable...

    Thanks Craig. Will the door card be removable should it need it?
    Dek
  13. Thread: Image wheels

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    Had a reply from Image today who said the torque...

    Had a reply from Image today who said the torque setting would be the same as for the Jaguar donor vehicle 65-75 ft lb. So what seems to be clear is that there is a real risk of over tightening your...
  14. Thread: Image wheels

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    I’ve been in touch with Image recently about...

    I’ve been in touch with Image recently about wheel nuts for their GTD5 wheels and learned that (I think I’ve got this the right way round) the earlier version had steel inserts for the wheel...
  15. Thread: Fixing door cards.

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    Fixing door cards.

    One of the door cards on the Dax is loose at the bottom. Looks like it’s fixed with Velcro but come unstuck from the door. Anyone recommend something that sticks well? 3M dual lock?
    Dek
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    Pedant! ;) Dek

    Pedant! ;)
    Dek
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    But it has got a Trico washer bottle! :) Dek

    But it has got a Trico washer bottle! :)
    Dek
  18. Thread: Erratic fuel gauge

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    Is it rev dependant? The higher the revs the...

    Is it rev dependant? The higher the revs the higher the reading? If so, sounds like it needs a voltage stabiliser.
    Dek
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    Like! :) Dek

    Like! :)
    Dek
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    Sorry to hear that Paul. Condolences. Dek

    Sorry to hear that Paul. Condolences.
    Dek
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    Hi Mark you have a PM Dek

    Hi Mark you have a PM
    Dek
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    It’s just that you said the gauge would rise...

    It’s just that you said the gauge would rise when steadily cruising and there wouldn’t be much fuel slosh then.
    Dek
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    Sounds like it’s a voltage stabiliser issue. Is...

    Sounds like it’s a voltage stabiliser issue. Is there an inbuilt one in the gauge? You could always use my “fail safe” solution Paul. A bit of wooden dowel to dip the tank. Never lets me down! ...
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    Thank you guys for the info. So just to be clear,...

    Thank you guys for the info. So just to be clear, when I unscrew the seat belt eye from above there is a chance the roll hoop leg that it’s screwed through will ping out of alignment?
    Dek
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    Thanks chaps. I can’t see the seat belt eye...

    Thanks chaps. I can’t see the seat belt eye from the boot so it must be behind the rear bulkhead panel. Don’t know if that’s removable. However, it sounds like a “5 minute job” could be...
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