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Old 11-13-2013, 11:10 PM
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Looks great, very tidy build. I like those tiny side indicators, where are they from?
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Looks great, very tidy build. I like those tiny side indicators, where are they from?
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You will have to contact Craig at Absolute Pace he did the sourcing of them

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Old 11-14-2013, 01:23 PM
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Looks great, very tidy build. I like those tiny side indicators, where are they from?
I think they are off a 2005 Proton Gen-2?
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Old 11-14-2013, 05:04 PM
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Thanks d4. I have Suby ones but I like the smaller footprint of those ones.
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Old 11-14-2013, 06:42 PM
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Looking awesome Brad.

I noticed the orange front indicators - didn't Craig's demo car have white lens? Is that a choice? I admit to preferring the trad orange originally but I am getting used to all the white lens now, front and rear. Mmmmm.
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Smallest ones are from a Ferrari (that I could find). Not too exxy on ebay. They have used the same style for years - even on the most recent cars.
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Sambo, here's another pic
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Thermo Fan



Front Skip Pan Radio Protector



Radiator Fitted



Engine Fitted



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There are more parts arriving every day Craig tells me ,So i will be busy

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Old 11-30-2013, 01:55 PM
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Looking good Brad.

Is the hole above the duct to feed air via plumbing to the footboxes, if so...nice.
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Looking good Brad.

Is the hole above the duct to feed air via plumbing to the footboxes, if so...nice.
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Yes it is to feed cold air into the foot boxes and you can regulate the air flow using a simple push pull slider



Here is a picture of of the air controller

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Looks great Brad. Nice to see the donk go in?

Such a quality product.

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Looking good Brad. Had a look at it when I was down there week or so ago. It looks even better in real life!
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Good to see the tasty looking rocker arm suspension doesn't get buried underneath everything else inside the engine bay.

They deserve to sit front and centre!
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Bling on the Engine



Tail Lights and Overiders



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Brake and Clutch Resivoirs

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P.S. I am on holidays for the next 2 weeks so i will be getting as much done on the car as i possibly can.
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Looking good , you should make some great progress over the next 2 weeks . Keep the updates coming
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Door Latch Cover



Alloy Door Hinge



Door Hinge Cover

I have finished with the front of the engine, fitted the pulley to the crankshaft pulley, fitted the V belt and adjusted the tension.

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Thanks for sharing Brad

Enjoy your leave too...

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Keep up the great work.....car is looking great
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This is what I have been waiting to see, more of the little but important details and the finishing items.

Brad, go photo nuts with other things like inner guards, boot and slip another rocker suspension set as well.
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Dunno what your on about leroy, I only read this for the articles :-)

Looking good Brad! More photo car porn! Bring it!
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