scottly

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  1. some thing to look forward to lol
  2. Hey mate, I have the same problem with my xd ute it's a warm 302 Clevo with a quick fuel 650dp. I spray aero start down the carb so she fires first go and doesn't flood and runs perfect from then onwards, I put it down to the carby being over jetted for the motor and a poor battery and a shit starter motor. I will eventually get a hi torque starter motor and the Correct size Jetting to fix this but for now aero start for the first start of the day and she is all good.
  3. That is awesome mate do you guys advertise these any where to target the xd xe market? What is the cost if you don't mind saying online or you can pm me cheers
  4. Sounds like your leaning towards making a mould a reproducing them in Fibreglass, you know you want to. The ute is looking great man top effort
  5. Polish it up and a coat of clear then fasten to the floor, bang stripper pole
  6. Yeah he definitely can get them, I'm trying to work out the cost but if they come on sale I'll buy one just to save where I can.
  7. Hey guys, I'm currently looking at the elite haltech range of Ecu's for my twin cam turbo xe. I have been looking for suppliers that advertise prices and can't seen to find much, so I'm wondering what are the best company's to use has any one purchased one lately? Cheers Scott
  8. I Hey mate cool trailer, if your starting to do a lot of towing I'd suggest getting some correct wheel lashing straps and tie downs best place I've found for these are truck shops. As for the speed wobbles a few of the guys suggested move the cars farward wheels against the bar on the trailer but I think that would make it worse. I daily drive a Mazda bt50 4x2 and it has towed heaps of cars xd,xe's heaviest car was a ford maverick lwb, but they all sit in different locations on the trailer which you will have to play around with and you will soon figure it out by eye and feel of how the tow car drives. That ute looks pretty center on the trailer but there is a lot more weight in the front half of one of these compared to the rear half, which would create the tow car to be light in the front end due to the down pressure on the front half of the trailer.
  9. Were the gutters on these models welded from the inside which requires the roof skin to be removed to repair correctly?
  10. Looking good mate, you must have patients to build your own exhaust manifold so many hours involved well done
  11. Kicking ass mate great work on the whole build. I enjoy watching this car take shape
  12. Can you post some pics up when you decide what location you use I'm interested to see
  13. You have a big job ahead of you. I can't wait to see what way you go with this build. Keep the pics coming
  14. Well done mate looks really good
  15. Yeah wow mate! I still have mine on my car but it hasn't left the garage