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Old 29-02-2016, 16:48   #31
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Picked up the rest of my stuff from powder Coaters today, to say I'm pleased is a under statement , will be fitting this lot tomorrow night


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Old 29-02-2016, 17:39   #32
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Respect for the effort!

Hope the prop-shaft wont be de-ballanced bacause of the paint.
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Old 29-02-2016, 18:06   #33
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Love this build as I said in earlier thead great restoration can't waite to see it finished
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Old 29-02-2016, 18:27   #34
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Hope the prop-shaft wont be de-ballanced bacause of the paint.

Cheers mate, painted plenty before never made any noticeable difference


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Old 29-02-2016, 18:29   #35
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Love this build as I said in earlier thead great restoration can't waite to see it finished

Cheers mate glad your liking it, hopefully be a big update this weekend, fuel system finished and the brake lines all fixed down! Then onto the subframes


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Great progress, love the blue!
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Great progress, love the blue!

Yeah the blue is really nice looks really good against the White


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Old 02-03-2016, 10:48   #38
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Bolts arrived back from the Coaters this morning so should have a big bit of progress in the next few days, this is the fun bit now


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Hope the prop-shaft wont be de-ballanced bacause of the paint.
Is that the brown one in the pic?
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Bit more done tonight rear brake lines routed and p-clipped, new handbrake cables and tank mounted, looking to get rear subframe arms etc all built back up tomorrow!


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Fantastic job

Cheers mate, finally the bolts came back from the platers so it's all go now, waiting on a few wee things coming back from the powder Coaters but should have the bulk of the running gear back together this weekend!


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Been another busy few days, managed to finish mounting the fuel tank and filler pipe and gaurd. Also built up the front subframe and anti roll bar with poly bushes then fitted to car then fitted steering rack and associated brackets! Also made a start on the rear arms pushing in the poly bushes. Also fabed up some bracket to hold he fuel lines from stainless flat bar and stainless rubber lined p-clips! Lastly fitted new manifold and tial wastegate should have another update tomorrow night!20160308/2e1c9fe7cf4d7eae36ef53b1bdaccc6c.jpg[/IMG]


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Got a few hours at the Evo again tonight, built up rear subframe, diff hanger on with poly pushes pressed in! Anti roll bar on with poly bushes, the Arb brackets were coated same time as bolts!


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Epic effort and looks awesome mate.

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