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    Im still here lurking! Unfortunately I had an oil line let go on the AR51 around the same time the Mrs had a kid and I bought an old British sports car, the two most time consuming things known to man. I have picked up a ZX14 though, so I'm not out of the game just yet.
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    Welcome back!
    Congrats on the munchkin.
    What did you pick up? You’re gonna get really good at wiring.
    Don't (older) British sports cars use funky sized fasteners?
    Sand is for fast cars
    Dirt is for fast drivers



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    ZX14?

    Engine: 1441cc in-line four-cylinder.Power: 207.9 hp.Torque: 113.2 lb-ft.



    Seems a bit overpowered? 😂
    All dressed up and waiting for the beer to arrive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyg View Post
    ZX14? Seems a bit overpowered?
    Is there such a thing? A trained ankle is required, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrniceguy View Post
    Im still here lurking! Unfortunately I had an oil line let go on the AR51 around the same time the Mrs had a kid and I bought an old British sports car, the two most time consuming things known to man. I have picked up a ZX14 though, so I'm not out of the game just yet.
    BTW was it a cooler line? If so any tips so mine stays safe?
    All dressed up and waiting for the beer to arrive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyg View Post
    BTW was it a cooler line? If so any tips so mine stays safe?
    Sorry, just saw this. Keep it far away from the exhaust, wrap the exhaust where it's closest, don't buy cheap "fancy" braided Chinese line, buy proper stuff from a hydraulic hose shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K-fab View Post
    Welcome back!
    Congrats on the munchkin.
    What did you pick up? You’re gonna get really good at wiring.
    Don't (older) British sports cars use funky sized fasteners?
    ZX14 and a TVR Cerbera! It uses a mixture of Imperial and metric, like most of the Aussie cars of my youth.
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