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  1. I'm running a Haltech Elite 2500 in my car. RB25. I put original sensors on engine so the factory gauges work. Surprised to hear "regarding the old technology from the 70's that we would have issues getting the correct readings in the old gauges" There is no reason why this would be the case. Because I'm running the RB25 I had to remove the speedo drive to get the gearbox in the tunnel without chopping it. So the speedo signal comes from a pickup on the front wheel. Speedo signal into ECU. I then used the OBDII output signal on the ECU to drive a display. This is the unit in front
  2. These locks with keys are hard to find. It took me about two years to find one. This person on ebay sold new ones. He has none listed now, but he might be able to get hold of one. You could ask him. I think the lock and key was about $60. Of note, for the one I bought the arm was out by 90 degrees and so I had to modify it and rotate by 90 to get it working.
  3. I had a series 1 RX7 many years ago and it gives me some of the best memories of all the cars I've owned. Very good car all round. Even with standard body and ride height at 200 kmhr it felt really stuck to the road and like doing 60 kmhr. Much nicer ride than my GTR and 240Z. For a mass produced car It really was a leader back in 1979 for its styling and aero Unfortunately like the 240's getting old and so very hard to get one that's a reasonable driver and doesn't require major investment. Repro parts probably harder to get hold of too.
  4. or rear brakes off an Aus R31 Skyline. That's what most do because a bolt on conversion and easier to find parts. There is a thread on here somewhere with all the details. You need the calipers, mounting brackets and rotors. Because Aus car rotors can be bought cheap.
  5. Fubar floors. And even then I was able to just replace back half of floor.
  6. Always nice to keep a car with original metal if possible. Perhaps get someone to fix up the dents? Or if needed cut out bad bits and just replace them. There is a bit of work in cutting out the complete floors and rails and replacing them. It is possible to just remove floors without rails. Once floor is out the dents in rails could be tapped out from the top side and their insides can be inspected, treated and sealed to lengthen their life. Worth thinking about before chopping them out.
  7. Welcome. Yes looks like a nice solid car. The floors must be worse than they look in the photos to be replacing them.
  8. If you are asking me, I don't know. Perhaps either would work, but if normally on opposite side of car or wipers parked differently the arm might need to move so park position is correct? I got the VZ motor and found it would be a bit of work to mount it, so haven't progressed the job. Still on the to do list. I don't normally drive mine in the rain. Semi slicks, no heater/demister, locked diff, stiff suspension and turbo marks it a bit on a handful even on a damp road. Perhaps me just getting soft as I get older and thinking more about what might happen.
  9. Congratulations Dan on the purchase and welcome. Looks like you've started with a reasonable car and so have done well there.The RB25 will be a good combo and with your trade background, a bit of time and money you should be able to make it happen. Greg
  10. Congratulations Gavin to you and the family.
  11. I feel you're both being quiet generous on the likelihood.
  12. On behalf of the group, it's been fun Happy to play tennis anytime you're free for a game..
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