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Trevstar

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  • Birthday 05/29/1995

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  1. Wow. Just wow. 😳 Bloody well done mate! As Ozzy Osbourne once said, if your gonna go, go strong, go proud, go hard, go loud or go homeπŸ‘πŸ»
  2. Thanks @Pikey009, and thanks again @akyakapotter for helping me get back into my account, highly appreciated! Now the show may continue 😎
  3. I know this is an old thread but for future reference if you're lucky enough to have obtained some OEM deflectors with the clips; the window rubber needs to be pulled down from the top of the door frame, then push the clips up onto the edge of the door frame positioning them where the need to be in relation to the square cut outs on the inside of the deflector. Then mark out the edges of the deflector on the door frame with some making tape for positioning the deflector and then remove the clips. Then reposition the deflector on the door frame using the tape used to mark the positi
  4. Nice addition πŸ‘ŒπŸ»
  5. πŸ‘ŒπŸ» Lot of attention to detail as always!
  6. Woah! 😍 It's cleaned up really well! Looks amazing, well done πŸ‘πŸ»
  7. Good stuff Mark! I saw your manifold on Facebook, very keen to seeing how much this all makes with everything you've done
  8. Cheers buddy! βœŒπŸ»οΈπŸ™‚ Haha tell me about it! I easily spent over Β£100 on the model & materials to create it, but it was completely worth it I look forward to building them in the near future
  9. @Sam44 @Dale SR thank you lads, very much appreciated πŸ™πŸ»
  10. Ahh, yeah that's what I thought might be the case. We have a Autel maxisys so maybe it can but I can't be sure, if I see one cheap enough I'll give it a try ✌🏻️
  11. Very clean, nice work! quite liking the window tints, make it look like front and rear windows are all one piece. I've always wondered if those 22 pin toyota adapters would actually work, so perhaps I'll get one and give it a try one day
  12. Cheers mate! Considering either a ME442 so that it fits in the original casing, if not that, then a Link G4X monsoon sounds like it would fit the bill Ohh that paint I used on the rails only gave false expectations, won't be using that again Tweed jacket!? 🀣 noo way you'll be seeing me in one of those, not for a very long time at least! I'm too young and 'one of those city boys' πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸŒΎπŸ˜‚ I'm looking forward for you to come see it as well, naturally you're more than welcome to come up! Plus I'll probably need you and burty's help at some stage 😎 And thank you mate, that means a lot
  13. Just a little update where we're at: - I'm still waiting on the cylinder head to come back from being cerakote'd. Its been a long while now, but they've explained why, which I fully understand (fortunately I'm not in a rush) - I haven't yet decided whether or not to go with the flat faced valves due to the cost, but if I did it might also be better to go further and get Colsibro valve guides to suit, then I would need to get them fitted & valve seats cut (which would need doing either way), but as I say this would be further added cost - I also think I have come to the deci
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