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  2. I’m afraid I don’t know, I am just passing on information I was given by Chris. However the clutch plate and release bearing are not connected in any way so I don’t see why not. I’ll ask him why he went with separate items.
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  4. @alanrichey can you not use the clutch plate from the URB10009 0215 or does it need to be the EXEDY MZK2100 for the release bearing
  5. max

    tune up

    thanks will wait for your reply
  6. max

    tune up

    yes did try but they only do that new fanged things, think they call them E C U, you have to plug in a" lap dancer" or something like that
  7. If we was to get this done at a garage how much would we roughly be looking at?
  8. kevin the chicken

    tune up

    I think the chap I use is now operating out of March. He seems to do most things but his speciality is pintos and Weber's so he might be your man. I'll try to find out where he is now and get his contact details
  9. brumster

    tune up

    Have you tried Emerald at Watton? Not sure but suspect they'd do it, even if it's not on their management, they do rolling road tuning.....?
  10. max

    tune up

    hi does anyone know of a place to get a twin choke weber carb set up and tuned within a 50 mile radius of kings lynn please
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  12. Probably a little attention to detail with clips, fuel and brake pipes that will be visible to the tester. Uniformity and straight lines, insulated wiring terminals will fill the tester with confidence of the build.
  13. Cheers guys thanks for the advice I'm crap when comes to electrics
  14. Was going but dont think car will be back from bodyshop in time if it is i will be there
  15. Less is more, only put on it what you need to, add everything else after IVA, if you are going to use square tube, check the radii of the box section
  16. I plan to be there all being well. Hope to see some familiar faces. Dave.
  17. At great expense, I have comissioned a technical drawing of the basic way a fuel gauge is wired up. The principles might help you figure out which wires you need to connect to what in your case.
  18. I doubt (read know) I can get there for 10am (family pressures), but may make it after lunch, is that an issue?
  19. I agree. I looked at the Kitspares product that you probably have. https://kitspares.co.uk/collections/fuel-system/products/fuel-sender-unit It does not match the drawing above because it is probably for a really basic Sierra maodel, maybe the pickup. The sender with the three pins is more complicated because as well as the variable resistance for the fuel gauge it can also be linked up to two other features of higher spec Sierras, that is, the trip computer and the low fuel level warning lamp. So for most folk with a kit car only one of the three connectors on the sender unit is used. Essentially that is what you have, a sender unit that has the single needed connector.
  20. Live from fuse box to gauge, other terminal on gauge to sender insulated terminal, sender body should be earthed through tank bolts (ensure tank is earthed to body) and it should work
  21. Hi Dan, I have just agreed to buy this car and one thing I need to sort is insurance, what's the best way to contact you? Thanks Darrell
  22. We have been to The Dirty Duck today and driven around a few of the local roads. I would suggest the best route especially if you are towing a caravan, is to leave the A607 towards Denton and go through the village and head for Woolsthorpe. When you arrive at Woolsthorpe, turn right at the crossroads, the turning for the pub and campsite is 0.5 miles on the right, there is a sign pointing to the Rutland Arms now called the Dirty Duck. I have placed the food orders and tables for 8.00pm. If anyone cannot make it for that time please call me on 07736836692 so I can inform the pub. We will be onsite by 3.00pm. We are looking forward to catching up with all you guys.
  23. Hey everyone! Just a heads up, show is still going ahead and looking to be a great turnout! If you are hoping to show with us, let me know here or by email Events@owstonhall.com Exhibitors get a free lunch and drink to say thanks for coming along. Exhibitors to arrive between 08:00 - 09:30. Gates to public open at 10:00, show to run down by 16:00. Hope to see a few of you guys there!
  24. The sender I got from kit spares has only one threaded pole or rod on the top of the sender with one wire on the inside. I connected the power and sender signal wire to the pole and the third wire to earth. When the ignition is switched on the gauge goes up to full. When the the ignition is switched off the gauge goes down to half and stays there. Whether it's a coincidence or not that the tank is half full I Don't know. Electrics are not my strong point guys
  25. i guess thiings are almost back to normal now, had my first local area meet without restrictions last week. Not one of our biggest turnouts but still good to catch up with a few people. The Stoneleigh kit car show is going ahead at the end of the month, it was a bit late bring announced and it'll be interesting to see if this hurts visitor numbers as people have committed to other events the same weekend that were announced earlier. I think there's going to be a lot of clashing events over the next couple of months as there's a lot happening later than normal. July was another busy month for renewals and also the following new members: David S dai.s Cwmbran Timothy D Tim Nantwich Robert N newbie Salisbury Kenneth S Kenneth Steer Aldershot Mark O Mark Olliver Glasgow John S nzjrs Cambridge James R James Surrey New Malden Lee B Lee blaney Sunderland Clive M Nottingham Welcome to everyone. Remember to post your approximate location on the Members Map, it helps everyone see who else is local to them. Not everywhere has a local area meet, if it looks like it might be worth starting something in your area, let me know and I'll try and help get something up an running. We have vacancies for Area Secreteries in many parts of the country, if you're interested in stepping forward we'd like to hear from you. As a minimum we'd like you to set up a regular meet which isn't difficult to do and we can help with contacting members in your area to get the ball rolling. I'm hoping to meet a few new members at Stoneleigh so if your there, come and find me. I'm always interested in putting faces to names and I'm keen to get regular area meets set up in more parts of the country.
  26. Thanks for sorting this Kerry . Yes, it’ll be just me, my bro was planning to come along but didn’t get his holiday request approved at work .
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