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thermoacc

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About thermoacc

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  • Model
    CS No2822
  1. What makes a CS a CS?

    It stops being a CS when you plant it into a wall IMO, as long as the outer shell is correct, the WTA intercooler system is present, original gearbox and rear LSD retained, and the all important LE plaque is on show it will always be a CS. We all must honor El Matador
  2. My profile pic for the last 2-years. Time for a change. Best get the camera out
  3. Ignition leads

    In that case, Ebay sell Sparkrite stuff, HT cable etc Also, Powerspark are a good company to deal with. A useful place for all things ignition. E.g. http://www.simonbbc.com/ht_leads/build_your_own_8mm_yellow_black_works_style_silicon_coated_carbon_core_ht_leads_and_terminal_pack
  4. Ignition leads

    Wow. Not thought of making HT leads in a while! Takes me back to my Mk2 Escort days! You can still buy coils of HT cable, end crimps and the like on ebay, but the quality will be questionable for performance applications....fine for a lawn mower Why would you want to wind your own coils? Obviously not for the Celica I hope
  5. 5x Limited Edition Gen5's in a row No's 2551, 2719, 1279, 2891 and 2822
  6. Doing my wheels again.

    Great place for wheel paint. Can get most OEM silvers and aftermarket colours too Expensive, but you pay for quality http://www.wheelpaints.co.uk/Car-Manufacturers-Colours/Car-Manufacturers-Colours-Q-Z/Toyota/Toyota-Main-Silver.Html?cPath=13_75_109
  7. Happy 5 Anniversary thermoacc!

  8. Ignition timing strobe

    Yeah, on the crank pulley. You will see a small notch in it. Normally needs a bit of white paint. Never done it on a Gen6, so don't know what needs to be removed for access.
  9. Ignition timing strobe

    If Skiny don't get to it before me..... Connects to battery, easy to use. Just highlight the timing marks on the pulley and away you go. Don't forget to link out TE1+E1 on the port and check again after tightening the dizzy
  10. Ignition timing strobe

    This one is cheap and works a treat Inductive pick-up, fine for occasional use. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Powerspark-TL100-Ignition-Strobe-Timing-Light-Lamp-/110711496588?hash=item19c6eb5f8c:g:Q4UAAOSwh6xTsIHS Beat me again Stevie