Rob260

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About Rob260

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  1. Rob260

    Another brief update; spoke with the manufacturer today who have advised roughly twenty days to completion of the order.
  2. Rob260

    Just an update; I’ve been told the sample will be sent to me tomorrow. Once I’ve done a test for and confirmed everything is 100% the production run will be on.
  3. Rob260

    If you can’t get in with Mark try Andrew @ ASR automotive -literally across the road from MRC.
  4. Rob260

    Haven’t heard back since I PM’d you -I’ve got nine spots left so please let me know if you’re still interested
  5. Rob260

    No worries mate I’ll send you a PM
  6. Hey Guys, for anyone interested I'm organising a run of UAS pivoting upper control arms. Am aware of alternatives on the market but these being (easily) on car adjustable is a big part of why I want the UAS design on my own car. I have fourteen buyers on the Z32 forum and eleven spots available if anyone here is keen. $395/pair and I'm taking deposits $197.50 if anybody wants to split payments. I'm mainly active at the AUS300 forum but send me a PM via SAU if you're interested or have any questions and I'll get an email alert so should get back to you pretty quick. Have copied some more details below Some info below Why A Pivoting Front Arm? By design, the front camber arm is required to pivot as it travels through its arc as shown in the video below Without this pivoting centre, the centre of the arm is subjected to torsional load that leads to breakage, worn bearings, and failed adjusters. About the Pivoting Arms on Offer Improves suspension and steering as it allows unrestricted movement. They are harder wearing than the factory version and other after market control arms. Tig welded, zinc plated, alloy spacers with NSK Bearings Camber Adjustable Suits R32, Z32 "Street" Spec to correct negative camber on lowered cars. Total length can be adjusted roughly 170-190mn. Stock length is 178mm. Version 3 Camber Arms These will be Version 3 camber arms, which have been improved to address some of the issues experienced with the version 1 arms released in 2009. Key points include pivoting mechanism moved to the center, larger threads, and larger CNC machined body. They are on-car adjustable. Freight is not included with your order and will be billed with the balance. Freight to AUS: $20/pair All prices in $AUD.
  7. ...and sold again pending funds clearing.
  8. Spoke too soon -it’s still for sale
  9. Thinning out some parts I’ve collected including this old school Nismo horn button. Pre loved but in very good condition. $100. Will post.
  10. Rob260

    Been using this one a lot lately -it's a little 12v Lithium impact. 85 lb.ft I think? Bought from http://transquip.com.au/products/cp8818-chicago-pneumatic-compact-1-4-impact-driver.html as well as a set of CP 1/4" impact sockets. Saves a bucket load of time.
  11. Rob260

    Is this thread still a thing? Picked up one of these to make clutch changes on stands a hell of a lot easier. Specs at http://www.tqbbrands.com.au/jacks-stands/transmission-jacks/tradequip-2081 Picked mine up from VEK tools for under $600 and have used a handful of times so far. You can also buy from the snap on man and it comes with a bluepoint sticker instead of a tradequip sticker lol.
  12. Rob260

    Signed in for the first time in a long time and surprised to have a message about these. Appreciate the interest but confirming they are long gone.
  13. Forgot to mention Intake air temperature sensor & plug also included