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  1. Thread: Windscreen

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    Well I apparently missed that memo! :oops2: ...

    Well I apparently missed that memo! :oops2: :lmfao:

    Forget I posted. hah
  2. Thread: Windscreen

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    It seemed appropriate to reply to this thread so...

    It seemed appropriate to reply to this thread so information regarding replacement windscreens is all together. I reached out to Pilkington Classics here in the states and referenced all of the...
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    Long story short - 14 months of non-stop house...

    Long story short - 14 months of non-stop house work between 2 homes and the car has been neglected. Updates to come soon!
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    Well I must say this is the best $250 I have...

    Well I must say this is the best $250 I have spent in a long time. Print bed is small but perfect for what I need. Plus the quality prints is better than what the other printer I had access to was...
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    Well after a week of reflecting I decided to tear...

    Well after a week of reflecting I decided to tear out ALL of my printing pieces and reprint in ABS. I know the PLA simply will not work and will warm quickly with any sort of heat. Sadly I 3 of my...
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    It's PLA which isn't ideal as they do have a...

    It's PLA which isn't ideal as they do have a tendency to warp at hot temperatures. The indicators were done with a high infill and with the cap I am not to worried about them warping. The PWM boxes...
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    Decided to start getting wiring done for the dash...

    Decided to start getting wiring done for the dash section as it was taking up space in the garage and hindering the wife's car from parking inside. First was to finish up the warning and indicator...
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    That's my best guess. I emailed SW and waiting...

    That's my best guess. I emailed SW and waiting on their reply.
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    That is a symbol of some sort there. The...

    That is a symbol of some sort there. The ignition arrow is pointed to what looks like an "IGN" and the ground to a "GND" which is why my guesses were as they are. I thought for sure this was a...
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    Does anybody have the wiring diagram for the SW...

    Does anybody have the wiring diagram for the SW gauges? Specifically the tachometer, Fuel and Oil?

    Can anybody shed light on to how accurate this wiring "diagram" is? These are the standard...
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    Fortunately these are 1.5A max which gives me...

    Fortunately these are 1.5A max which gives me enough to do one per corner and still come in at only .8 or so amps max through each. Rather be safe than redoing it. :)
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    Put together 4 of these PWM kits to run my...

    Put together 4 of these PWM kits to run my parking lights. Another one will probably run the dimming of the dash lights just because I bought 6 of them total. :) Modeled up and printed enclosures...
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    Well to build off of the last post - the front...

    Well to build off of the last post - the front LEDs are fixed but the rears are another story. Due to me tying in all of the grounds on each array I have to cut the housing to get to my LED arrays...
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    Thanks Jim. Off to the junkyard for a new switch.

    Thanks Jim. Off to the junkyard for a new switch.
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    Well the last 2 nights I spent tracking down a...

    Well the last 2 nights I spent tracking down a blinker issue. Ended up needed additional diodes on the ground wires to prevent back flow. Knowing this I have to redo the taillight wiring to prevent...
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    Thanks all! I've had it since 2008 and it has...

    Thanks all! I've had it since 2008 and it has never moved let along had power running through it. Once it's wired and running then I'll focus on the looks. Hope to have more updates this week.
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    I've stayed a bit more updated on the US site but...

    I've stayed a bit more updated on the US site but looking at where I left off here - 4 years of essentially no real progress. That's about to change. My oldest is getting his license to drive the...
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    Awesome pictures of how you did it bushboy. I...

    Awesome pictures of how you did it bushboy. I ended up doing a steel sleeve for the bushing, with a SS bolt through it with a stop nut on the end. Worked out great once I was able to finally line...
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    No major updates sadly but work has been done and...

    No major updates sadly but work has been done and things are progressing. I was not satisfied with how the front bonnet sat when it was closed - one side was too high, the other too low, the middle...
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    Since it was just brought back up on the US board...

    Since it was just brought back up on the US board I thought I would throw my completed rear up here.

    http://pogspalace.com/gallery/data/media/26/20130407_162453.jpg ...
  21. Thread: NEW PASSWORDS

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    Sticky: Re: NEW PASSWORDS

    Well "grey" isn't the right answer. :(
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    Re: Pog's sterling....

    Crap, forgot to update here lately. :facepalm:

    Update 1 and 1.5
    Just a few of the under tray that I am finishing up. The side amrkers are mostly done and there are a few spots along the top...
  23. Thread: Peter's Eagle SS

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    Re: Peter's Eagle SS

    Steering looks nice but I do have one question in regards to the column - will you be able to disassemble the column and replace the ignition or other components with the new spline welded in? I...
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    Sticky: Re: Canopy seals group buy

    Thanks for setting all of this up and coordinating it from start to finish! :cheers:
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    Re: British Eureka....On the road

    More pictures and details of the 3rd seat by chance? Or did I miss it in an earlier page?
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