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  1. Thread: 2017 Calender

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    Re: 2017 Calender

    My calendar got here yesterday, just in time for my birthday. Thanks.

    Corky
  2. Re: Hello from Oregon, United States... May build an ELECTRIC!

    So how often do you get to the Seattle area? I live in Sammamish, just east of Seattle. Paul's car and mine are like sisters, both have Napier Sport chassis and Lister-Bell bodies, both are V6 Alfa...
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    Sticky: Re: Hagerty club code

    Wonder if that code works here in the USA, I have Hagerty insurance on my car.
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    Good idea. Thanks

    Corky
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    In going over the wiring diagrams I have found out that Lionel didn't ship two harnesses when he sent everything else. the two missing are the ones from the main harness to the front lights. No...
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    Thanks Paul, I plan on grounding my car like a Corvette, making many grounds all over the car. Daisy chaining is an idea, but on the Vette, the chassis grounds worked well.

    Corky
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    Thanks strat24v, I was pretty sure that there wasn't any speed sensor on the GTA box. Strat Fan, I can believe that, I feel that whoever did the harness that I have, never had a car to verify the...
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    I have the sheets, that is what I'm talking about, they are atrocious. There are pages that are suppose to be form board diagrams, but the wire bundles looking nothing like the form board pattern....
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    Well, got off the couch again and into the shop. Took the front clip off, easier to work on the lighting that way. Found my turn indicators that ordered back in March, and made some brackets for...
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    Re: wanted: throttle body from 164

    I might have one Paul. I'll look.
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    OK, so you hijacked my post, right John. LOL

    Paul, the engine start is a ways off, but there really wouldn't be much needed to get it running. Just to see if it runs, not to go for a drive.
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    Not the problem, I am using LB components. Got an email from Craig today that explains a lot.

    Corky
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    They need to here in the USA also, which is why I was looking for the adjusters.

    Corky
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    I believe that Craig uses Mazda lift motors. Craig provided the lift motors with the body kit I bought from him.

    Corky
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    Thanks Paul, I didn't see your link earlier. How do you adjust the aiming on these, I don't see the adjustors in the link.

    But like I said, this is not critical for me since I doubt that I will...
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    The mechanism is all LB. Which Mini are you talking about the UK Mini or the German Mini? Remember, I'm in the USA and old Mini parts may not be as available as they are in the UK.

    Corky
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    The headlight holding assemblies that I used are the same ones used for a FIAT X1/9, they should be the correct ones, unless the Lister-Bell group uses something different.
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    Paul, it is pretty much flush with the outer edge, but I haven't put a light in or adjusted for proper aiming.
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    Yea, you would think so, but this is where they ended up. The black piece lines up with the rest. If I adjust the link so it come up flush, it will not be flush when closed. But this is kind of a...
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    Still the work continues, got the headlight doors in place (the right side complete after this photo was taken), also got the side marker light in on the left, need to do the right side next.

    Corky
  21. Re: HANS-type devices now compulsory in UK rallying

    Here the USA, all drivers and co-drivers wear HANS devices, regardless of what class they race, that includes historic class.
  22. Thread: Calendars

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    Re: Calendars

    Carol, the calendars arrived today, half way round the world. Thanks, they look great.

    Corky
  23. Re: HANS-type devices now compulsory in UK rallying

    I am a tech inspector for Rally America, we have used the HANS device almost since created. I have not seen of heard of the Strti device you are talking about, do yo have any information and photos...
  24. Thread: Members Map

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    Re: Members Map

    So how often does this get updated? I know of someone near me that is a member that doesn't show on the map. The member is monoposto.
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    Re: Getting off my arse

    So, I purchase a set of headlight mounting brackets for motorcycles, but they won't work, so I sent out to find replacement parts for the parts that I did have. I found these NOS OEM parts. These...
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