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    Thread: Vaccum pipes, ACAV
Post: RE: Vaccum pipes, ACAV

I'll try and remember to get some pictures for you later, that's definitely wrong though..
Jonny81191 XU Petrol Engines 18 9,921 18-04-2017, 07:27 AM
    Thread: Rear Shock Dimensions.
Post: RE: Rear Shock Dimensions.

What do you want them for? Iirc Citroën xsara Picasso ones are similar but longer
Jonny81191 The Couch 7 1,940 12-04-2017, 11:03 AM
    Thread: Mig welding cast
Post: RE: Mig welding cast

welshpug Wrote: (24-03-2017, 08:11 AM) -- mig is useless, you need arc or gas rods. --  This statement pops up every time someone asks this question..  Whilst I won't suggest that it's best prac...
Jonny81191 The Couch 11 3,062 24-03-2017, 04:54 PM
    Thread: acf-50
Post: RE: acf-50

Por-15 is the dog's dangles, never heard of acf-50..
Jonny81191 The Couch 9 2,160 10-03-2017, 11:50 AM
    Thread: Auxiliary belts
Post: RE: Auxiliary belts

Looks like a twin belt. Buy both options and send back what you don't use.
Jonny81191 TU Petrol Engines 6 3,056 06-03-2017, 08:00 AM
    Thread: Recommend an Angle Grinder
Post: RE: Recommend an Angle Grinder

Another bosch recommendation here, I bought mine after killing several cheap ones years ago for £45 and it's yet to skip a beat.
Jonny81191 The Couch 32 4,562 21-02-2017, 10:39 PM
    Thread: The bought not built estate
Post: RE: The bought not built estate

I put it on cossack grey nimrods when I originally bought it back in 2013
Jonny81191 306 Projects 154 63,523 09-02-2017, 06:37 PM
    Thread: Pugrun 2017 (New Forest) - Sunday 30th April
Post: RE: Pugrun 2017 (New Forest)

I'll be there in the s16, or maybe the boost bus hdi. Niall, you can borrow whichever one I'm not using if you want?
Jonny81191 Meets 59 30,784 08-02-2017, 12:45 PM
    Thread: Turbo relocation xud11 and 1.4 hdi bits
Post: RE: Turbo relocation xud11 and 1.4 hdi bits

Sambo the bodger Wrote: (31-01-2017, 09:47 PM) -- Danny Wideboy Wrote: (31-01-2017, 08:57 PM) -- ..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Here is some punctuation. Feel free to use it. -- Nice thank you for...
Jonny81191 XUD Section 7 4,977 01-02-2017, 07:22 AM
    Thread: jammapic
Post: RE: jammapic

Mate, I really don't know how else to say this, as it's clearly not sinking in.. Try calling Steve at HDi-tuning. He's a very good mapper, won't waste your time and is regularly on the forum.
Jonny81191 The Couch 18 3,517 31-01-2017, 07:54 PM
    Thread: Breaking: my hdi estate
Post: RE: Breaking: my hdi estate

What condition is the front bumper? And would you be able to get it to Southampton for me?
Jonny81191 Parts 16 4,888 25-01-2017, 08:41 PM
    Thread: H7 HID's
Post: RE: H7 HID's

Afraid not, sorry.
Jonny81191 Parts 8 1,698 25-01-2017, 12:30 PM
    Thread: Help my misses
Post: RE: Help my misses

welshpug Wrote: (25-01-2017, 11:53 AM) -- better than walking though, right? -- I'm guessing you haven't driven a 307?
Jonny81191 The Couch 33 9,420 25-01-2017, 12:06 PM
    Thread: Dr_Jekyll & Mr_Hyde Estate Project
Post: RE: Dr_Jekyll & Mr_Hyde Estate Project

You don't have to heat the housing for lower mounts, but you will need a press to get it in.
Jonny81191 306 Projects 1,282 443,425 23-01-2017, 04:31 PM
    Thread: Project 16v #theLEMOAN
Post: RE: Project 16v #theLEMOAN

Interesting.. I spent lots of time looking at manifold design last night, ready to offer my opinion that actually, whilst not perfect, a log manifold is actually going to be the better option for this...
Jonny81191 306 Projects 495 204,346 13-01-2017, 10:08 AM
    Thread: Cummins Drift Truck a la Dum-Dum
Post: RE: Cummins Drift Truck a la Dum-Dum

You'll struggle to get enough heat into the head, I find just cooking the bolt seems to help a bit. If it doesn't go, you can always cook it then cool it with plusgas a couple of times, heat cycles sh...
Jonny81191 Projects 274 114,558 09-01-2017, 08:36 AM
    Thread: Cummins Drift Truck a la Dum-Dum
Post: RE: Cummins Drift Truck a la Dum-Dum

+1 for those Irwin bolt removers, they get me out of the shit at work so often it's unreal! Well worth heating the offending item first though.
Jonny81191 Projects 274 114,558 08-01-2017, 07:12 PM
    Thread: The judge and its xud11
Post: RE: The judge and its xud11

Piggy Wrote: (08-01-2017, 06:24 PM) -- Just assumed we were all plucking numbers out the air? -- DumDum's bum dyno.. More accurate than any chassis dyno in the UK!!
Jonny81191 XUD Section 37 15,099 08-01-2017, 07:08 PM
    Thread: Megane clutch bleeding
Post: RE: Megane clutch bleeding

Piggy is dead on the money with the brake caliper comment, reverse bleed it using the brakes.
Jonny81191 Technical 13 2,330 04-01-2017, 09:58 AM
    Thread: Which car dilemma ...
Post: RE: Which car dilemma ...

procta Wrote: (31-12-2016, 12:24 AM) -- Freelander 2.2 and remap the fucker, -- :rofl:  Really?
Jonny81191 The Couch 46 7,961 31-12-2016, 12:43 PM
    Thread: Which car dilemma ...
Post: RE: Which car dilemma ...

You'd pick up a very tidy Rx8 for that money.. They've got a very good chassis, and if you know how to look after the engines they're not as bad as people make out. But they aren't fast. Not really. I...
Jonny81191 The Couch 46 7,961 29-12-2016, 10:36 AM
    Thread: 406 2.2 HDi Coupe.. Daily boost bus.
Post: RE: 406 2.2 HDi Coupe.. Daily boost bus.

Properly lost the love for this over Christmas.. The gearbox I bought off Mark has a different casing despite looking identical so doesn't fit, so I've had the box off an back on for no reason.. Total...
Jonny81191 Projects 17 5,148 28-12-2016, 10:29 AM
    Thread: H7 HID's
Post: RE: H7 HID's

Nothing useful written on the bulbs I'm afraid..
Jonny81191 Parts 8 1,698 20-12-2016, 08:29 AM
    Thread: H7 HID's
Post: RE: H7 HID's

I'll check tomorrow and let you know.
Jonny81191 Parts 8 1,698 19-12-2016, 09:28 PM
    Thread: H7 HID's
Post: RE: H7 HID's

Er.. I don't know. I reckon 8k, maybe 10. Will it be written on the bulbs? I couldn't see anything on the ballasts.
Jonny81191 Parts 8 1,698 19-12-2016, 08:24 PM