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    Looks like your making good progress Aaron. ...

    Looks like your making good progress Aaron.

    Having actually been over and seen how tight it is in your engine bay, and the close proximity of your exhaust manifolds to nearby hoses and other...
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    You need to check with the manufacturer if your ...

    You need to check with the manufacturer if your gauge needs to run through a VS, and if so what type .The Spiyda module should only be run from a 12v Ign switched supply and not through any type of...
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    I don’t have Flight gauges fitted, so cannot...

    I don’t have Flight gauges fitted, so cannot answer your question as to what type of VS you need. I was advised however not to run more than three mechanical gauges through one thermal ( Bi-metal )...
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    Sounds like you have made quite a bit of progress...

    Sounds like you have made quite a bit of progress since I came down in the cobra during the summer to look at your GT40 project and was really impressed when I saw your modifications to the chassis...
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    Hi Aaron, you probably didn’t, but just in...

    Hi Aaron,

    you probably didn’t, but just in case you thought my reference to my “ugly rectangular” fog/rev lamps was a dig at your new lamps, or any body else's it wasn’t , just that my...
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    I got rid of my inefficient ugly rectangular fog...

    I got rid of my inefficient ugly rectangular fog lamp and rev lamp which had been badly mounted in cut outs in the body work, as they were dim and being obscured by the bumpers. I replaced them with...
  7. Thread: Should i alter it?

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    Good idea Lee, just about to go away for 9 days,...

    Good idea Lee, just about to go away for 9 days, but i will try that when i get back from Dorset .

    Thanks .
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    I hope not ,because i was thinking of getting...

    I hope not ,because i was thinking of getting one like the one in the link, which looks to be on the same level as the hose.

    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-371101?rrec=true
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    The highest point in the whole run, is currently...

    The highest point in the whole run, is currently the bend in the metal part of the hose, (see photo) which is 50mm above the top of the housing and 40mm above the top of the tank, putting the top of...
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    No, just been in the garage and using a spirit...

    No, just been in the garage and using a spirit level and ruler, the highest point in the whole run ,is the bend in the metal part of the hose ,which is 50mm above the top of the housing.
  11. Thread: Should i alter it?

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    Should i alter it?

    I am going to replace the corroded thermostat housing on my SBC, with a Billet Aluminium “Swivel” type housing and noticed that they come in a choice of various outlet angles. So while looking at...
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    Thanks for the links Gary. I may have to go...

    Thanks for the links Gary.

    I may have to go for something like the one in your 1st link ,if i cannot get the OEM version from Stateside Autos.

    The chrome housing in your 2nd link is exactly...
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    I did find that "Swivel "one, but the outlet is...

    I did find that "Swivel "one, but the outlet is higher up ,so it will not line up with the hose.

    Richard at Stateside Autos reckons you cannot get a non swivel "Billet" version identical to mine,...
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    Billet aluminium thermostat housing

    As some of you know, my SBC chrome plated thermostat housing developed a hole and started peeing out water on the way to the Pistons and Props show. So I have been looking for a Billet Aluminium...
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    I will order two packs and let you have one next...

    I will order two packs and let you have one next time we meet, maybe at Stoneleigh :)
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    I think Dek mentioned he got a billet aluminium...

    I think Dek mentioned he got a billet aluminium housing, which i now know is machined out of a solid piece of aluminium, having just googled it :).

    So this seems the way to go , as it should not...
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    Yes, we did manage to get home with no further...

    Yes, we did manage to get home with no further leaks or steam coming out the bonnet scoop, as the Epoxy putty which Lee gave me did a brilliant job of sealing the hole in the thermostat, so many...
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    I could never get my Satnav to stay stuck to the...

    I could never get my Satnav to stay stuck to the windscreen or the dash, so I got myself some left over 5mm thick black plastic sheet from a student project and made myself a holder, with a shield to...
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    Having read this thread i decided to pop down to ...

    Having read this thread i decided to pop down to my nearest ESSO garage , thinking it would have this ESSO Supreme and nope , none of the pumps had any. So i need to do a search to see which...
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    I didn't think of that Dave :rolleyes:, ...

    I didn't think of that Dave :rolleyes:,



    Yep ;)



    I can see your point ,as i don't get any brake dust on the rears ,as my Cob has inboard discs on the rear .
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    I finally got round to buying some Belgom...

    I finally got round to buying some Belgom Chromes, which is an even finer polish than the Belgom Alu, and to see if it made any difference to the Autosol , a few months ago I polished the rear...
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    Just make sure you will have enough clearance in...

    Just make sure you will have enough clearance in between the top of the wing nut, which is 15mm high, and the bonnet .
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    Ok Aaron ,its yours, i will bring it to the show...

    Ok Aaron ,its yours, i will bring it to the show on Saturday.

    For clearance purposes, i just use a 1/4" S/S domed Allen key bolt.

    I will ring you once i get there.
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    Shed clear out

    1. Pair of handed 4” classic chrome Lucas style wing mirrors in vgc - £16 ono
    2. Spectre black/chrome air filter wing nut ,vgc, will fit Holley/Edelbrock ¼”-20 tpi- £4 ono
    3. Six hardly used...
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    Sorry Paul, I would have come to this but my cob...

    Sorry Paul, I would have come to this but my cob is leaking fuel from the new dip tube sender gasket and oil from the rocker cover gaskets, and on top of that, my family are having to isolate for 10...
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