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  1. #31
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    Nice one well done have you picked them up yet?

    Dirk

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Supanovakit View Post
    Thanks guys.
    Definitely going to get them both running, don’t want to be responsible for breaking up a Nova, there are too few around as it is.
    Well done! Will be awesome for us all to have two more Nova's on the road! So easily could have gone the other way if the wrong person got them. I'm pleased you have V5's too, plus prior Nova experience! I think they are two very lucky Nova's. allround.

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    wOw! Two Nova projects... look forward to seeing pics and good luck with the builds `¬)

  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk View Post
    Nice one well done have you picked them up yet?

    Dirk
    Just got them last night.

    Now got to clear a space in the garage and go through all the bits in the boxes to see what I am missing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Supanovakit View Post
    Just got them last night.

    Now got to clear a space in the garage and go through all the bits in the boxes to see what I am missing.


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    Excellent you have got the whole weekend to take lots of pics and start your own thread.

    Dirk

  6. #36
    I checked the 2 Novas over at the weekend and have decided to create 2 separate threads as the work required is different and will probably be taking a different approach to each


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    Sounds sensible ... best of luck. Looking forward to seeing your progress (with lots of photos)!

    Alistair

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