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  1. Hello, Im looking for a set of 6 Weber F2 emulsion tubes to either buy or possibly borrow to see if it fixes the issue of breaking down as they go from the primary to main circuit. In the Weber tuning book they are saying the F16 emulsion tubes are too lean. Cheers, Justin
  2. Oh do they go in under the guard like later model cars have?
  3. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F223613109075
  4. Any luck on these as I'd love some too or know where to get them.
  5. Just wondering if anyone knows where you can get the grommets in the back of the rear quarters under the bumper on the 260Z's Cheers, Justin
  6. I like the idea of sticking something like that to the inner guard as it's easier to replace when and if needed.
  7. Today I got a star in my paint on the top of my front left guard which looks like it's from a rock from the tyre. What have or does anyone use to prevent this from happening. Obviously newer cars have plastic inner guards which prevent this from happening. Cheers, Justin
  8. I agree looks nice but pricy and you no doubt still need a pump etc. Be a nice setup with an electric hydraulic pump.
  9. Hi Linton, The seats and door cards do you still have them? If so what are you after for them. Justin
  10. I have these laying around somewhere in my shed. They fit over the original arm and allows for adjustment.
  11. I like the look of those too Gav, I’ve had them in my watch list for ages lol
  12. Never know your luck in a big city cars come up for sale from time to time but not too many V8's. The last one I remember was one of the members 2+2 which was very nicely done. But be prepared to pay as none of the nice cars are getting any cheaper. Cheers, Justin
  13. Ah cool Mossy sent you the link to it, I had it on file. Download it from Mossy’s post and have a read and chat to your engineer. Justin.
  14. Hello Elias, Have a look at the attached guide lines for engine transplants but certainly get a list together of what your wanting to do and speak to your engineer on how to go about it so you do it right the first time and don't have to redo anything. There are a few around and some very nice ones but seldom come up for sale. Best of luck and they are a lot of fun with the V8 in them. Cheers, Justin
  15. That would be interesting behind the bike at times I bet
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