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  • 03-07-2011, 20:22
    Gasolinescream
    Quote Originally Posted by cunningplan View Post

    Tony thanks very much. Spoke to the guy and he made one up for me. Guys called Manni and luckily he was in the midlands. Even better he dropped it off for me this afternoon all for the pricely sum of 12 ! Very helpful bloke and another one of those contacts well worth knowing about.

    Thanks again,Dan
  • 29-06-2011, 22:33
    cunningplan
  • 29-06-2011, 21:02
    Gavin
    Just text you mate.
  • 29-06-2011, 20:30
    farncombe pop
  • 29-06-2011, 20:22
    Gasolinescream
    Still after any advise for someone that can help. Rang today but they need me to take parts in. As they are miles down south it aint happening. Anyone able to advise me of other places i can start to look please. Possibly local to Midlands would help.

    Cheers Dan
  • 28-06-2011, 20:12
    Gasolinescream
    Cheers Paul, i've found their number and give them a bell tomorrow.

    Thanks fella!
  • 28-06-2011, 19:13
    farncombe pop
    You can buy stepping sleeves Dan, Topspeed on here have them,
  • 28-06-2011, 18:56
    Gasolinescream

    Exhaust join question

    I''m changing the engine in my Amazon and the new bigger engine comes with a different carb set up. The motor is complete as we took it out and staying as it is as it runs great. I have the front part of the exhaust off the new motor and want to join it up to the original exhaust. The new exhaust is 50mm and the old is 45mm. Is there an easy way of doing this, maybe a sleeve i could buy to do the job? Possibly even something flexible should it not meet dead straight on, though i think it will. Need asap as the car has to be ready for the Hayride.

    Cheers Dan

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