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Front exhaust mount bracket fitted today, as well as the speed sensor, which will need adjusting when the weight is off the wheels and I can spin the prop

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I also fitted my lambda sensor in one of the exhaust pipes and fitted a bung in the other pipe. At least when the time is right I will be able to see what is going on with each bank.

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KugaWestie

Dashboard template

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Steve (sdh2903)

That looks loads better than the previous ones :yes:

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Adge Cutler Dorset AO

Your choice obviously! Personally prefer your latest dash layout, got a "classic" appearance I think.

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KugaWestie

Yes, I am happy with the layout on the template :yes:

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Steve (sdh2903)

Only thing I would maybe change is the hazard switch? Looks a bit out of place being all black? Although I know it can be hard to find switches exactly as you'd like them. All only imo obviously :yes:

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KugaWestie
2 minutes ago, Steve (sdh2903) said:

Only thing I would maybe change is the hazard switch? Looks a bit out of place being all black? Although I know it can be hard to find switches exactly as you'd like them. All only imo obviously :yes:

I am happy with it ;)

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Steve (sdh2903)

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KugaWestie

I have had these rocker covers in the store since before Xmas last year. I spotted them for a bargain price (not long after cooking the red rover ones) so could not resist them. 

Tonight I decided to do a trial fit of one. 

I now need to get the mop on them to make them sparkle

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Dave Eastwood (Gadgetman) - Club Secretary

Nice! Will certainly suit the Cobra look more than stock Rover jobs., even dressed up, stock Rover covers.

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Ben (bunje)

looking good gary :yes:

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KugaWestie

Rocker covers are on

 

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Dave Eastwood (Gadgetman) - Club Secretary

Lovely. :love:

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KugaWestie

It will be interesting so see if any oil leaks appear. I have my doubts about the quality of seal due to the adaptor plate sandwiched between gaskets

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Chris King - Webmaster and Joint North East AO
2 hours ago, KugaWestie said:

Rocker covers are on

 

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Ooooh niiiice :)

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