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    I had the same problem and addressed it here: ...

    I had the same problem and addressed it here:

    http://www.cobraclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=60685
  2. Thread: Reverse Light

    by Eggbert
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    Thank you for all your responses. Nice to know...

    Thank you for all your responses. Nice to know S-V-C is reputable. I see they export to Europe. Probably to Canada as well. I can e-mail them to find out.

    Aaron: I'll likely get in touch with you...
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    Larger Diameter Clutch Master Cylinder

    After changing my clutch last year, from a Long Style, 3 finger Pressure Plate to a multi-finger diaphragm plate, I’ve had trouble, The clutch itself works better than it ever did, but the...
  4. Thread: Reverse Light

    by Eggbert
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    Reverse Light

    I'd like to change my back-up light. I picked one up in a rush to satisfy inspection, and never changed it. It's really a vertical panel mount that I made a bracket for. As it's nestled between the...
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    Good question. Usually, the rear brake ports are...

    Good question. Usually, the rear brake ports are closest to the end furthest away from the plunger, like this:

    https://www.fixya.com/uploads/images/25989474-goldldc3aki35lcvobofcxjr-2-0.gif
    ...
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    Old cylinder was from a BMW. It's probably the...

    Old cylinder was from a BMW. It's probably the metric one. Must check on that. New one is Tilton, probably SAE.
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    I have no idea why I didn't think of Allen Bolts,...

    I have no idea why I didn't think of Allen Bolts, but I have been sick lately............

    (that was a funny). Thank-you Myles!

    On the rod end clevises, I was going to rethread my old one for...
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    Today I bled my front brakes and then started a...

    Today I bled my front brakes and then started a bigger job. I'm changing my clutch master cylinder for a different size and of course it's not an exact fit. As you can see in the sketch below, the...
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    I had that problem before. It was from your...

    I had that problem before. It was from your reason one. Loose manifold to head gasket.
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    Peter and the Ghost

    Reading a book of ghost stories, I came upon this little tale:

    https://i.imgur.com/bS3HI8y.jpg

    https://www.smileysapp.com/emojis/ghost-smiley.png
  11. That was fun! I got 154 mph @ 6000 rpm. But as...

    That was fun! I got 154 mph @ 6000 rpm. But as mentioned, will my engine do it?

    I went through this years ago with model car engines and managed to find my notes. I tried it again, but with rough...
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    You know, even a loose fan belt can cause a low...

    You know, even a loose fan belt can cause a low battery resulting in slow cranking (and depending on the drive, sometimes it would charge and cranking would be OK). I would definitely look at all...
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    Do you mean it's been working fine for a year,...

    Do you mean it's been working fine for a year, and now has slowed down? Makes me think that if it wasn't affected by heat before, why the sudden change.

    You might want to check your battery and...
  14. The last picture, with the little pock marks and...

    The last picture, with the little pock marks and a slight wear pattern, looks just like my cam, and it works fine.

    The second picture will likely look like the last picture over time. Right now,...
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    Yes, however I have a theory on that. First, take...

    Yes, however I have a theory on that. First, take a new or freshly rebuilt engine. and run it at 2000 rpm for 20 minutes to do the initial break-in. I normally adjust the idle screw for the 2000 rpm,...
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    Very nice. A lot of effort for a small part. I've...

    Very nice. A lot of effort for a small part. I've been there so many times! LOL. But nothing to do with CAD or 3D printing. I'm very impressed.

    By the way, for next time anyone needs a rotary...
  17. Using a Compression Gauge on a Small Engine

    A Compression Gauge is a useful tool, but sometimes it can prove misleading.

    It’s great if you take a reference of when an engine’s in good shape for comparison purposes later in the...
  18. Thread: Cobra 4x4

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    Yes, but AWD is different as it has a center...

    Yes, but AWD is different as it has a center differential.
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    I'm not sure if your oil pressure is so high it...

    I'm not sure if your oil pressure is so high it could cause engine damage. Lots of oil sprayed on the cylinder walls could over-power the rings and you might get detonation, but I doubt it if your...
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    Smokey Yunick, considered the guru of engines,...

    Smokey Yunick, considered the guru of engines, quotes that often repeated line "that 10 psi of oil per 1000 rpm" is all that's required. He further states that because the SBC oil system is so well...
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    My father once told me that a "good" movie keeps...

    My father once told me that a "good" movie keeps you from noticing how hard the theatre seats are. A "bad" movie and your butt will start to hurt before the movie is over.

    Now I have a wooden...
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    Aaron and Paul: I made the bezels myself out of...

    Aaron and Paul: I made the bezels myself out of aluminum. I made them on my Unimat lathe. I used a tap and die to make all the threads. The switches have an odd thread and I had to purchase the tap...
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    Well... shall we all post pics of our dash's for...

    Well... shall we all post pics of our dash's for the OP to get ideas from? Here's mine, or part of it. Only dash pic I could find at the moment. I like it as it's 60ish and spartan. Of course, as...
  24. "Pointless" is an interesting term for this...

    "Pointless" is an interesting term for this thread. I've being doing some things, that while weren't exactly pointless, were so far down my priority list that it's hard to justify doing them. So...
  25. Thank-you all for your contributions. I have seen...

    Thank-you all for your contributions. I have seen most of those videos. In fact I think I’ve seen every video on this repair over the last two days!

    Today seems better. If I have any luck,...
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