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daniel_g

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  1. The early ae86 rear diff allegedly fits, but it is an 800 quid gamble. Good work so far dude. Will be interesting to see how they do the exhaust.
  2. 2 - should be in the thermostat housing aswell. It is only for the cluster temp gauge. You could fit an aftermarket coolant temp gauge.
  3. There are a few different thermostat housings. Yours might not match that loom.
  4. 1 - coolant sensor 2 - coolant gauge on dash cluster 3 - for AC sensor on thermostat housing, you no longer have it, there is a bolt there instead. (Irrelevant) 4 - cat temp sensor (irrelevant) Should be a green coolant temp sensor for the green plug 1, your sensor is grey. Does it fit?
  5. Just a little less room! Mine looked the part but it knocked so much, and the backbox would fall off as it was a sleeve join.
  6. A 2.5" custom system does physically fit over the axle but it there is no wiggle room whatsoever.
  7. What are you doing for an exhaust system?
  8. Mine could be a little higher, as it does rub the tyres. Which are a 190/600/16 tarmac tyre, so 195/50 ish size.
  9. I've got them on my GT. 8J. Tyres do rub a bit. Depends how you set your suspension.
  10. You get the Link A and B harness depending on the unit it might just be the A for the monsoon, then that gets wired into your loom or get a new engine bay loom made.
  11. Standard GT one ideally.
  12. Should have put a paddle clutch in it whilst the box was out! Not a fun job. You can launch these at 6k rpm no drama, side step the clutch and they just take off.
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