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Terryathome last won the day on August 22 2017

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    S2000 & Zetec Supercharged Hmmm Nice
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  1. FW Bonnet

    For sale to good home. FW Bonnet in red. Bought brand new, never used. Hinges at the front under the nose cone bit and the whole bonnet tilts forward. You know the type, pics to follow. Pick up due to size and cost. Burnley in lancashire, BB9 area £500 Ovno
  2. S2000 Idle Air Control Valve (IACV)

    Last I popped out was on the cam chain tensioner. Flat as a fart.
  3. The big show us your alloy/steel wheels thread

    Some spare ones, be quick lol
  4. S2000 Idle Air Control Valve (IACV)

    Main Honda dealer on you part number, just short of £6, result
  5. S2000 Idle Air Control Valve (IACV)

    Where did you get the gasket from? Part number?
  6. Disaster, Maybe.

    Fly wheel ring ok?
  7. Ducted nose lower hose

    Round the 100 ish mark should be fine. Will guess that your temp sender is in your rad, you can fit differant temp sender if you want it to come on sooner. It should be stamped up saying what temp it should switch at. Just check if you short out the 2 wires on the temp sender, your fan should come on. You mention that the temp was going up and down, was it doing this quite quickly? If so I would put a 3mm hole in the body of the thermostat at the top. This will help if it's opening and closing quickly. It's due to the engine comming up to temp opening the thermostat then and a cold slug of water going through which closes the thermostat. Cold, hot, cold, hot, you get my drift?
  8. Ducted nose lower hose

    Just fill header tank 50%. You need to get car up to temp and top up if required.
  9. Welcome Jordan

    Westfield suplied hood and MSA bars.
  10. Flebay item number 253388536974 If it helps? Edit https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2055119.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.TRS0&_nkw=253388536974+&_sacat=0
  11. Wipers

    Went out yesterday and the wipers worked well. Just a small tweak to make the blade trailing over the full wipe. Why the sprung type didn't work just aswell I have no idea.
  12. Compression tester for zetec

    You could do a leak down test aswell.
  13. Compression tester for zetec

    Sorry about the adapter not fitting Plugs, will this help http://www.mg-cars.org.uk/imgytr/sparkplug.shtml
  14. Wipers

    Don't need rainex with these wipers. Have yet to try them on the road though
  15. Wipers

    Mine has nuts the same as your's Dave I cut the rubber that pokes out the backing with micro side cutters (very sharp) I struggled with stanley knife. Than used junior hack saw then filed sharp edges. The rubber blade will not come out as they don't use end stops like other wipers do. The trick is to bend the wiper arms so when the blade is going back and forth the blade is trailing. Trouble with that is getting it right as the angles change from the start to the end of it's sweep. Linky to wiper blades. Remember these are for a 5.2mm wiper arm https://www.autobulbsdirect.co.uk/10-ridged-bayonet-fit-ss-or-black-wiper-blade.html

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