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  1. Now there's a coincidence, when I did the testing...

    Now there's a coincidence, when I did the testing on min, the car I used as a "control" was also a Toyota!
    Most mobile/cell phones (the so called smart ones) have accelerometers and gyros in them...
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    Also worth considering : ...

    Also worth considering :

    cjautosheywood.co.uk/vocor2post.shtml

    That's the H version which lifts slightly more than the CL07 which I have. Wouldn't like to be without it.
  3. Thread: LT77 Gearbox

    by GDCobra
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    I have an LT77 which I'll be selling When I get a...

    I have an LT77 which I'll be selling When I get a round tuit. Swapped it out of mine last year for an R380. I'll keep you posted.
  4. I'd focus more on what sort of deceleration you...

    I'd focus more on what sort of deceleration you are achieving rather than whether or not you can lock the wheels (although I under stand that they should be capable of this). On my Jag setup I was...
  5. Anybody know what seatbelts the GD MK3 uses?

    Looks like I'll be needing to get myself at least one new seatbelt but can anybody tell me what make and model the GD uses, and has this changed in the last 20 years or so?
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    Oh boy does that annoy me. Why does everybody...

    Oh boy does that annoy me. Why does everybody think they can do whatever they want these days and as long as they say "sorry" all is good. I've lost count of the people I've had to tell to stop...
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    "Every generation blames the one before". It's a...

    "Every generation blames the one before".
    It's a little bit funny and a lot sad that different generations are blaming each other for issues which by and large are out of our control. Was it really...
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    Not going to be a lot of clearance in the GD...

    Not going to be a lot of clearance in the GD chassis. particularly with the body on. I have mine separated at the moment, let me know if you think any photo's would help
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    I lifted the body off mine a couple of years ago...

    I lifted the body off mine a couple of years ago in the style you mention. I fould the centre point to be around the front seat mount bolt holes (Obviously yours may be in differfent place.
    This is...
  10. My thoughts exactly, would much rather be too big...

    My thoughts exactly, would much rather be too big than too small and you can't have too many sockets!
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    Ridiculous that it's a total write off, even if...

    Ridiculous that it's a total write off, even if the chassis repair (which I belive GD are quite good at) cost the same as a new one and you had to replace the whole body it could not cost as much of...
  12. Sounds about right although both of my thumbs are...

    Sounds about right although both of my thumbs are about the same thickness! Maybe should be 10mm = Thumb, 16mm = Big toe
  13. Thanks Bigblock, if my math's is correct (no...

    Thanks Bigblock, if my math's is correct (no guarantee of that!) for a CSA of 10mm I calculate the core diameter will be 3.6mm to package 3 in a single cable with a bit of insulation and armour I'm...
  14. Thanks all. Good info there. Initially I'll...

    Thanks all. Good info there.
    Initially I'll only be using low power kit in there but as you don't ever know what the future holds would rather have it as big as practical so I'll have to decide...
  15. Electrical query: Looking for some help advice.

    I'm currently looking at building a shed/workshop in my garden and I'm going to need to supply some electrical power.
    This needs to be run from the main supply board in the garage which will be a...
  16. Thread: Boot Rack

    by GDCobra
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    Shouldn't that be fitted the other way around?...

    Shouldn't that be fitted the other way around?
    I've always been told that the metal 'hoop' which you have at the bottom is to stop the case joining you in the cockpit not stop it sliding off the...
  17. Thread: Dimensions

    by GDCobra
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    That's not good, very unhelpful. IP is all well...

    That's not good, very unhelpful.
    IP is all well and good but I think if you make things less usable you make them less useful and I guess the parts would be easy enough to measure is someone wanted...
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    Maye I just got lucky but I don't have any...

    Maye I just got lucky but I don't have any vibration problem through the lever.
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    37813 OK, not the greatest photo and it's off...

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    OK, not the greatest photo and it's off the car at the moment. Made this up when I built the car. Wanted it to sit as low as possible on the stick so it's drilled right through to just under...
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    Plus 1 on that. Check for simple/cheap issues...

    Plus 1 on that. Check for simple/cheap issues before condeming it.

    Saw a Wheeler Dearers episode a couple of weeks ago where Boxster owner more or less gave his car away, £1000 (after leaving it...
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    Do they need to be rubber? I made (well when I...

    Do they need to be rubber? I made (well when I say made I mean I got my butler to knock some up for me) stepped washers for the remote on my R380/LT77 box and works fine. Don't think I'd notice any...
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    That may be a challeng on a Cobra shape, thought...

    That may be a challeng on a Cobra shape, thought of that myself. Be interested in your resulst if you do.
  23. Funny, when people ask me questions like that I...

    Funny, when people ask me questions like that I normally say "F**k off and go and talk to someone who's interested in your inane twaddle"


    I guess I'm not a people person?
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    Cheers Aaron, sounds like a good solution, will...

    Cheers Aaron, sounds like a good solution, will help keep bolts from loosening too.
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    Absolutely in awe of this, got to admit bodywork...

    Absolutely in awe of this, got to admit bodywork is not my thing. Quite happy to bolt the mechanical bits together and design/redesign parts but not bodywork, just don't have the skill
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