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DRD

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About DRD

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    Hampshire, UK
  • Cars Owned:
    1973 TR6

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  1. I'm very pleased with this one - works well. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Airax-Wind-Deflector-Triumph-Tr-4-Tr-door-5-250-6-Model-1961-1976/142649332340?hash=item2136901274:g:k8EAAOSwH-dZ6FGs
  2. Yep anything else is just a false economy.
  3. Hi Colin, I think this is a fairly well trodden path, the seats fit well and are much more comfortable, whilst still in keeping with the car. I kept my old seats just in case I need them again in future. I'm afraid I've only managed to find this photo of them but I'm sure you can find more if you do a search. Cheers Darren
  4. Best to get mk2 mx5 seats. I got mine from Paul Bishop near Winchester, he can supply the adapter brackets as well. Darren
  5. Hi Peter, Yes positive if I can find the photo of the bottle I'll post it again. I'm sure I posted it a few years ago. Darren
  6. Yep the stuff I had did. It leaves iron deposits on the plugs.
  7. I don't think so, the manifold spacing is narrower on the CC engines. Darren
  8. Richard, I had exactly the same problem as you when I first tried fitting it - the instructions don't make it very clear. I think the idea of using a floating washer was to allow for variability in different engine blocks as the original design, without the floating washer, didn't always fit properly. Darren
  9. DRD

    Windbreaker

    Phil, is that the one on Ebay? Cheers Darren
  10. Well I'm going to try both on the rolling road and it will be interesting to see the results. Cheers Darren
  11. I was thinking of doing the same thing, I'd be interested to hear if you think the refurbed 22D is any better. Cheers Darren
  12. DRD

    Windbreaker

    OK thanks Len
  13. DRD

    Wha Hoo!

    Yep a good article - the only figure that you can rely on is the wheel hp and then it depends on the rolling road and you can't assume that they will all agree. You can only really compare cars on the same rolling road on the same day.
  14. DRD

    Classical Dash

    Glad to see that this has all been resolved, it was a shame that it had to be escalated publicly to get the matter sorted though.
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