• Spacenut's Avatar
    Today, 09:23 PM
    Spacenut replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    This is similar to "battle short", where circuit breakers are bypassed for emergency operation (I am thinking of Apollo mission control but obviously...
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    Today, 09:14 PM
    Very impressive. I know from bitter experience how easy it is to get a "sloppy fit", body on chassis - boom, all done. NOT! Then you have to spend...
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    Today, 09:07 PM
    Good thinking BushCaddy - just don't forget the regenerative braking for the wiper motor. You'll never stop laughing otherwise!
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  • islandman's Avatar
    Today, 02:48 PM
    You are following the eyeball engineering techniques, build first and figure out how to make it fit later on :clapping:
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  • Peter's Avatar
    Today, 10:16 AM
    This stuff is constantly evolving, so it will take time. The EOC one is always having changes and additions. Great sheet, very impressive details.
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  • Peter's Avatar
    Today, 10:13 AM
    Peter replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    I have mine, with a relay block, on the right back wall of the boot. Very close to foot well but accessible.
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  • islandman's Avatar
    Today, 01:02 AM
    You could incorporate that neat little intermittent wipe via the VW relay that Brett posted, simply easy fix with no need for extra switches / delay...
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    Today, 12:59 AM
    islandman replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    Only issue with the front area would be damp / moisture etc... If its well sealed should be ok. I would caution against a totally "Hot" feed. Put...
    29 replies | 1656 view(s)
  • bushboy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:50 PM
    bushboy replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    I am contemplating the same issue at the moment with The Golf Kart. Where to put the fuse board. I am leaning towards the monkey seat in the...
    29 replies | 1656 view(s)
  • bushboy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:43 PM
    Thanks Jim, Quick search of fleabay did not turn any thing up. Will proceed with a micro switch, just need to order it. Had a little time...
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    16-12-2018, 08:42 PM
    Had some more shed time today so I continued on with the wiring. I wanted to find out why the dip main was not wired up & to get the pin out on the...
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    16-12-2018, 07:06 PM
    Spacenut replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    Ditto for me - although my fuse board doesn't have a cover, so is probably a bit easier to reach and/or replace. I have all my important relays there...
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  • islandman's Avatar
    16-12-2018, 02:16 PM
    islandman replied to a thread Nova Car in For Sale
    Looks like a fairly unmolested Mark 1 body, with a mark 4 rear end, If I had the time, space and being in the right country I would have snapped...
    2 replies | 68 view(s)
  • bobbybrown's Avatar
    16-12-2018, 09:33 AM
    bobbybrown replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    Little more expensive Phill but this place looks to have stock...
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  • islandman's Avatar
    16-12-2018, 12:57 AM
    islandman replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    It may sound silly but "Where you can reach it"! Mine is in the drivers footwell at the side forward of the hydraulic ram recesses. It seemed like...
    29 replies | 1656 view(s)
  • bobbybrown's Avatar
    15-12-2018, 08:25 PM
    Yeah, my bad guys. I’ll sort it out.
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    15-12-2018, 07:05 PM
    The additional fibreglass structure is a hollow tunnel connecting the front compartment to the front bulkhead, and was originally intended to take...
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    15-12-2018, 06:55 PM
    It's OK, it was a long time ago :D Apart from some asymmetry in the front bodywork, you would never know it had a prang. Which of course it...
    51 replies | 852 view(s)
  • letterman7's Avatar
    14-12-2018, 09:04 PM
    Goes by the name 'farfugnuggin'. He lives not 45 minutes from me....
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  • steve's Avatar
    14-12-2018, 01:27 PM
    Great work Alistair. Good to have this list updated to see what people are running. :cool1:
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  • islandman's Avatar
    14-12-2018, 12:49 AM
    who is the owner of the site?
    6 replies | 268 view(s)
  • letterman7's Avatar
    13-12-2018, 07:51 PM
    I'm not on here much, either. That forum, for all intents, is gone. I know the owner of the site and he has no interest in keeping it updated and...
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  • bushboy's Avatar
    12-12-2018, 11:47 PM
    Dirk, I have no intention of making stainless steel spirals. There is more than 1 way to skin a cat, or heat water in this case:bananasplit: ...
    51 replies | 852 view(s)
  • bushboy's Avatar
    12-12-2018, 11:44 PM
    bushboy replied to a thread Dirk's Avante in Your Cars
    Sounds like you are on to a winner. Nice use of diagnostic tools. Bushboy
    695 replies | 62059 view(s)
  • bushboy's Avatar
    12-12-2018, 10:38 PM
    One of the issues with Micks wrap copper pipe around the exhaust pipe was the dissimilar metal corrosion thingy, (Lauren will know the proper term...
    51 replies | 852 view(s)
  • bushboy's Avatar
    12-12-2018, 10:31 PM
    Wife & daughter in London so SHED TIME IT IS. Tonight's task, tackle the wiring Why you may ask when I have reported that almost all the...
    51 replies | 852 view(s)
  • bushboy's Avatar
    12-12-2018, 10:13 PM
    Dave has sent the heater to me, addressed to my place of work which has a 24/7 manned weigh bridge, mill & warehouse. Tracked the parcel & delivery...
    51 replies | 852 view(s)
  • Spacenut's Avatar
    12-12-2018, 08:41 PM
    If you have suitably deep pockets this is an option available for the Nova screen if purchased direct from Pilkington Automotive. They sandwich...
    51 replies | 852 view(s)
  • islandman's Avatar
    12-12-2018, 12:54 PM
    70’s rear screen elements were thickish row of 5 (3mm to 4mm) strips which for a rear screen was bearable. Modern cars have approximately (guess) 100...
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  • MartinB's Avatar
    12-12-2018, 07:28 AM
    when my Nova was on the road (seems so long ago...) it was used every day. 1600VW with heatexchangers, and if left to warm up first the heat...
    51 replies | 852 view(s)
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