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1 hour ago
Try messaging ‘Sabre Tuning’ on Facebook. His Fast Ford side of of the business.
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Coupé Related Chat
4 hours ago
Thanks, this is great! I was wondering about the availability of parts worldwide, especially since I was thinking of laying my hands on one of these houses in Greece next year; but now that I know that there are alternatives, I feel better about my plans!
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Coupé Related Chat
4 hours ago
Welcome to the forum by the way, feel free to introduce yourself smile

If you are a coupe owner by the way and have a question it's handy for anyone replying to see which model you have. Click on your forum name at the top right and find your avatar in Edit Profile smile
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Track Days
4 hours ago
I was wondering, would there be a way to watch the races that happened at that event on youtube or on a group's facebook (or similar) page? Thanks in advance!
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General Chat
8 hours ago
The best one can say about the first one is A for effort and being generally sinister, and the second one sounds as if it's been written by someone already affected by a notifiable condition
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Non-UK Events
10 hours ago
It's not been announced yet but Spa Italia is being postponed until 20th September 2020.
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General Chat
18 hours ago
Experienced "a first" yesterday, Monday. Had my regular six monthly consultation with my GP over the phone.

My GP, a recent import from Scotland, phoned me at the appointed time to review some tests I had undertaken over the last few months and to renew my 6 monthly prescription for the one drug that he has me on.

All was good, as expected, and it was, "see you in six months time". He also thought it was great that I had a few bottles of Vino Rosso on hand to keep the cholesterol down in these troubled times.
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UK Social Events
Yesterday at 20:57
With regret, BVAC has cancelled this event due to the ongoing uncertainty over Covid19.

It plans to hold it again on 6th June 2021.
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Yesterday at 18:37
If some one can try turning 2020 off , and on again, that would be great.

I spend most of 2019 worried about cancer and money, now I get to spend 2020 worried about COV19, money, and still cancer (not mine) Its been better than Joes year that's for sure however...
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General Chat
Yesterday at 16:28
Originally Posted by PeteP
Let's lower the tone a bit.

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Yesterday at 12:51
There are, but most of the good Coupes have already come to the UK, Malaysia is another country to try. Just Google "japan auction car europe" and you should find some hits, but beware, not all Coupes in Japan are RHD wink
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Yesterday at 11:15
Originally Posted by moshe
hi guys

is there any fuel pressure regulator that rise 1 bar ?
for example from 3 bar to 4 bar ?

This has the be the simplest way to increase your FPR, OE fit so you don't need a manual unit.

Ebay 4 bar fuel pressure regulator.
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Coupé Related Chat
29/03/2020 23:25
Welding is a skill I wish I possessed Toby. cool
I'd still have my old 1965 998cc Cooper if I could! It never really needed a great amount of welding, but what it did mean I had to let it go. crazy
It's worth a fortune now. wink
All being well, we must try to have a meetup, post-C-19?
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28/03/2020 12:19
I found Mr Muscle oven cleaner (aerosol) is super to melt the rubber finish. Used on a couple of handbrake consoles to great effect. A word to the wise though - light coats of paint and many of them, spaced out. otherwise you get an elephant hide effect in a few weeks as it settles
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Alarm and I.C.E
28/03/2020 01:23

Can anyone please post a photo of the wiring for the a scorpion Siren? 1997 20vT

I want to change mine for a new one.. however I am sure the wiring to the siren is,

Yellow - Black - Red

But can only find aftermarket sirens which have Red / Black wires...

Thanks in advance
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Coupé Related Chat
27/03/2020 14:29
For Italians and our other Euro cousins to easily display their version of VED and/or insurance documentation
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Coupé Related Chat
27/03/2020 12:19
Hi all, Awhile ago my dipstick read wrong and I overfilled my oil. Rookie mistake I'm aware, please don't be too harsh lol, It killed me.

Anyway I usually hear when taking off a turbo blow off in first but its the only gear I hear it in apart from the odd time in second. It also boosts alot stronger in first and second than a lot of the other gears.

Is this normal or should I be worried??

Thanks heaps all.
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UK Social Events
25/03/2020 19:26
we can only hope 2021
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25/03/2020 18:22
The FC chip was developed on my car, as it happens, so I'm glad it's seeing good use.

I'd certainly look at a lightened flywheel, but I'd also consider locking the balance shaft and removing the belt (which means you can also fit a wider cambelt for peace of mind). Both of those mods reduce the rotational inertia of the engine which will get you moving faster in low gears (and equally, lighter wheels).

The points made above about pounds per kW are correct; it's a lot easier to shove extra fuel through a turbo lump than an NA (where you're basically restricted to increasing revs, changing combustion chamber geometry, and changing the cam timing/lift). Beware if you're changing the exhaust - the four into two into one and the position of the catalyst all affect cylinder exhaust scavenging at different RPM. Equally, if you delete the airbox, you'll lose a resonant cavity that hangs off the front of it and significantly improves low speed torque.

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