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Neil last won the day on May 6 2020

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  1. On the uo side I know I can't afford it πŸ˜” on the down side I can't afford it πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺ
  2. Brakes pipes are easy to sort, emissions might come down enough if you take it for a good run and get it hot just before its due for testing, the welding can always be sorted just depends how bad it is and how much time and money you want to spend
  3. First thing is note the codes down and then clear them, then see if they come back on, they dont seem to point to a misfire. If you've changed plugs, leads, coil make sure you have firing order correct if so so try compression test
  4. You've done better than me ,I've managed to snap a few, but at least I've not bust the trim but then plan to have it on road this summer has changed a little πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺ
  5. Getting there and looking good, now you have tell how you got the window trims off so I can remove mine without breaking them πŸ€”
  6. I've removed this lot And added a bit of colour
  7. Drivers sill now finished
  8. It's been a long slow process as it wasn't just the outers, when the sills are finished I'll have used 2 sheets of 3x2 and 1 arch repair panel (thanks savage). But I can now see light at the end of tunnel, just hope it's not train coming 😯
  9. That's the back end nearly finished now for the sills
  10. Thanks savage I've got alkatec running mafless with added air temp sensor in the inlet
  11. Anyone? I'm guessing it was done when new ECU was fitted
  12. Had a few more hours of cutting, grinding and welding and thought it would be a good idea to buy a vf43 to replace the td04 😁😁
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