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Old 30-05-2016, 19:46   #151
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Who did you use for the dash flocking?

Thanks everyone. Really proud of it now. Done 90% of the work myself. Now time to kick it's head in. Lol.

Autoflock in mold did the flocking mate. 0.5 mm... Black.

Looks grey in photos.. But it's black!

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That is just stunning, top job there mate
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Old 30-05-2016, 20:20   #153
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Hi pal maybe you can help me trying to get the brake pipes off my car the holder at the passenger rear next to fuel tank, cannot fid how this comes off. Mine is an evo 7 but guessing they are the same, it has a bolt going through the bracket but nothing on inside of the car also has fuel lines going through the bracket.

If its the same as a 6..then the bracket is plastic....carefully prize the bracket open and release the pipes...carefully!
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Totally awesome .. Looks fantastic
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Old 30-05-2016, 21:57   #155
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Looks amazing, had my tme since 2004 and is worse for Ware underneath,my ex only seemed interested in getting more power (which incidentally was never done as new mechanic checked it over and all stuff paid for over years has never been done)
Anyway chassis legs are corroding and a few bits need sorting underneath,will be sending it to be sorted this winter to have all rust treated etc and undersealed, don't think it will be to this extent but hoping it gets things sorted, im always amazed at the work evo owners put into their cars,
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Old 05-06-2016, 19:49   #156
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Car had a treat this weekend..let out the garage...straight onto a trailer and to another garage

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Spec R manifold cover finally arrived...Engine bay finished. (although im tempted to renew all blue samcos with black samco.)





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Looks awesome mate, you've done a cracking job on the old girl. ����
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Gaz cpp had a quick glance underneath and in his usual laid back manner said...."bloody good effort"

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That's superb Phil. Well done mate.

I fancy getting someone to do the underside of mine (although possibly not quite to that extent due to the cost involved)
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Old 12-06-2016, 09:02   #164
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Little project...digital oil temp gauge.

Gathered a spare top steering cowl and a cheap single 52mm gauge pod off ebay

Had to shorten the gauge pod as it was too big.

Glued/screwed and shaped onto cowl

Smoothed with filler and test fitted.....









Flocked and ready to fit....fitted with 52mm prosport evo digi oil temp gauge




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