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About Jmaac

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  • Birthday 06/30/1982

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    Justin
  1. Now that you've changed the oil viscosity change the plugs. Plugs might now be too 'hot' (pre ignition), run a colder plug (lower heat range)
  2. Thought I might get a few of these together. Links to basic modification info for each state NCOP: http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roads/veh...n/vsb_ncop.aspx (all standards based on this) ADR: http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roads/mot...adr_online.aspx NSW: http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/registration/dow...si/vsi_dl1.html See VSI06 "Guidelines for light vehicle modifications" VIC: http://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/Home/RulesS...rdsInformation/ See "Modification Guide" QLD: http://www.transport.qld.gov.au/Home/Safet..._modifications/ See "Motor vehicle modifications booklet" NT: http://www.nt.gov.au/transport/mvr/vehicle...rds/index.shtml (Refers to NCOP) See "Modified Vehicles" SA: http://www.transport.sa.gov.au/personal_tr...ht_vehicles.asp (Refers to RT Act) See "Modifications of Motor Vehicles" WA: http://www.transport.wa.gov.au/licensing/1882.asp & http://www.transport.wa.gov.au/licensing/1421.asp (Refers to NCOP) ACT: http://www.rego.act.gov.au/registrations/regomain.htm (Refers to NCOP) See "Light vehicle modification info"
  3. We have a large machine shop here (a small section of it actually used to be an engine reconditioning shop) Im an engineer at an (ductile) iron foundry. I do the majority of product design, tooling, process improvement etc. so CAD/CAM is no problem Its not cost effective to have one of our cnc's tied up doing tooling so we usually outsource that component (still trying to get my own) Limited to 12-13tonne max. per pour
  4. If you want to pay for the tooling I can do it here
  5. Poor design, look at the transitions compared to the blitz!
  6. Archers Smash Repairs in Ashmore are not to bad (opposite Nizzpro)
  7. Goto the QLD transport website. There is a list of all the certified engineers
  8. check that the belt hasnt jumped any teeth. will do that if not tensioned correctly
  9. 4 Jul - 11 Oct - one bolt! haha so painful when you see how easy it comes out in the end hey? You could of done it 10 times Should be heaps easier next time!
  10. ignition module/power transistor. most common sympton people experience is a missfire however when they get real bad they will intermittetly cut all power to the ignition until it has cooled (generally). is it difficult to re-start?
  11. Jaycar have kits to do this also (+ kits for wideband readout)
  12. If you can get hold of a broken one theyre relatively easy to fix if you can solder. Only problem is getting the plastic pieces apart You can get cheap replacement ones from autobarn but the holes dont line up so you'll have to use double sided s/tape. Enough if you want a roadworthy/safety cert.
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