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scorps1212 last won the day on March 29 2016

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About scorps1212

  • Birthday 23/01/1987

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    Training in the gym, and fast cars and bikes
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    Gen 6 1997 GT

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  1. A good few years back now i got some LED bulbs for my dash and centre console for my GT. I got them from Spree and was very happy with instructions and service he provided. Problem is, Julian isnt doing it anymore........so.......can anyone recommend anyone that can provide the same quality of bulbs for an ST205. I was going to just go on ebay and buy a kit but thought would see if you guys recommend anywhere first.
  2. Ah OK. Lucky bugger. I'll have to lose my coolant to take charge cooler off.
  3. Nice one dude. Big help. I'll check out that link too. Thanks
  4. Hey Chris. Yeah I'm changing the whole dizzy, not just the cap. Gunna change dizzy, rotar arm and dizzy cap. And possibly spark plugs too. That way I know the whole ignition side of things have been changed properly. I'm trying to picture what I gotta do but can't. Lol. I know I gotta mark the notch on the bottom pulley, but I'm confused with this 10 degree mark. What's this all about? I'm guessing it's something to do with the position of the notch on the pulley before screwing the dizzy back into place.
  5. Yeah yeah I know. Lol. Had to sell the GT to pay for all the bits I'm putting on the faff. Lol. It's ashame, I could have got a car in much better condition for the sane price I'm sure. Another question, how the hell did you get the charge cooler off without loosing coolant? Or did you just let the coolant run out of the charge cooler?
  6. You got there first this time dude. Only just though by the sounds of it. Lol. When you say highlight the timing marks, is this on the main drive pulley? Gotta take wheel off and inner wheel arch?
  7. Awesome dudes. Easy to use and easy to set the timing? Does this connect to the car battery?
  8. Hey guys Gotta a dizzy getting delivered soon so am going to need to set the ignition timing up. Got told I need a strobe light to set it. Anyone know if these are expensive and where I can get one from?
  9. Wow dude. Looks good too. So the whole lot slides upwards once you got it all disconnected. I think when it comes to it, I'll have to message you for step by step. Lol.
  10. Ah crap not good. Yeah pics will be awesome. Be good to see. So.....is it easy to remove and put the turbo back in? Looks good Dave
  11. I've just reserved some high temp engine paint in red for the calipers and a paint brush. Lol. Paint was only £8 and brush £2. As for paint for colouring up the engine bay, I'll get them in a spray can and get them blue and black
  12. Can you get it in any colour? I wanna have the engine bay colour feature to be black and blue
  13. Hmm OK. That'll be on my list then. That and new gaskets of course. So you got your heatshield left off too? And you mean 7000 miles? Cause 70km don't sound much since November. But then 7000 miles sounds a lot since November. Lol Need to try and find a local shop that is open on Sunday's that will sell heat proof paint. Heat proof enough for engine and calipers. Planning on taking the calipers off tomorrow to paint them.
  14. Happy days. No rush to get it back on then. Lol. Now I've taken it off, I think it would look better to leave it off and get the manifold painted instead.
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