7ish new new build

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Postby KiwiBirkin » Tue Nov 10, 2009 6:10 pm
Poject Discussion Forum Rules
This is a new section of where you guys can discuss other users cars. There are just a few rules that need to be followed for this forum to stay nice, clean and easy to use:

1. ONE thread per car. Search the forum for an existing thread before starting your own, things stay tidy that way.
2. Try and stay on topic if you can.
3. Thread titles must be in this format: Username's and the car project

I have created this section so it keeps the build diarys clean and allows the builder of the car to keep us updated a bit like a BLOG so please use this section to disscuss the builders cars and we should see a much easier forum to navigate.
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7ish new new build

Post by 7ish » Thu Apr 23, 2020 3:18 pm

Put your thoughts here..
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Re: 7ish new new build

Post by nz_climber » Fri Apr 24, 2020 8:36 pm

Looking good Evan, you have made good progress during the lockdown. Look forward to seeing it on the road looks like it will be quick! Good choice to go for a standalone, will make things much simpler when tuning.

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Re: 7ish new new build

Post by 7ish » Sun Apr 26, 2020 8:56 am

Thanks Aaron, the lockdown has been good for progress. Main problem now is that I am running out of raw materials to continue...

Planning on E85 with flex-fuel sensor... Link ecu is perfect for this.
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