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    29-09-2020, 08:34 AM
    The answer is almost always Viamoto, and if Mike there can't help you, main dealer!
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    27-09-2020, 10:47 PM
    Pin 5 is also ground, so it should be fine. Once you've purchased EvoScan, you can go to the Downloads page (once you've logged in with your username and password), and you will find a link to 2.7.0090 FINAL
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    25-09-2020, 08:03 PM
    In this episode, I tackle the heater, and it gets a massive upgrade from what I had before!
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    18-09-2020, 01:25 PM
    Very few! Most have rusted away, as they're some of the ones that have ben in the UK longest, and many sat around on the docks or in a field for months before sale, without any under body protection so their rust levels escalated pretty quickly! Personally, they'd be the ones I'd probably avoid the most!! :D
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    17-09-2020, 12:06 PM
    Thanks Malc! Yes, Project Binky is an amazing build too! Also check out Home Built By Jeff, he's doing similar stuff to me, he's got an ongoing 911, he's done a short series with a Beetle, a longer series with a 240Z, and currently also has ongoing an Alfa Romeo 105 with a Ferrari V8 engine - he's worthy of a subscription and some views too!
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    17-09-2020, 10:43 AM
    There's no direct plug-in ECU, so you've got to do something to convert the new ECU to the car. Your choice is to leave your current wiring exactly as it is, and make/get some kind of adapter harness. Or, you cut the existing ECU plugs off, and splice them into the Link's connectors. The required connectors and wires are probably around £150 raw prices to make a patch harness, but then you've got to factor in time to do so. Is it €800 worth - well, maybe! Decide now whether you're...
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    15-09-2020, 03:40 PM
    In episode 16, the fuel and braking systems get mostly completed.
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    12-09-2020, 09:32 PM
    Hi Charlie, Yes old horrible brown fluid won't help! Try to avoid driving it at all until you can replace the fluid. Get yourself around 12-13 litres of Amsoil ATF, and if the garage have never done a VR-4 gearbox before, present them with the guide and ask them to follow it. If they question it or suggest that they know better or say something like "oh no you don't need to do that", then walk away and look for an alternative garage who are willing to follow those instructions. Where...
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    01-09-2020, 07:20 PM
    In episode 15, I finish up the bulkhead metalwork, and move the fuel tank into its new location.
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