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  1. "The skid factory" is my favorite thing on youtube now (and has been since I discovered it). Barra into bedford is great!
  2. Thanks for the detailed post serbxr6t!
  3. I think my spoiler and yours might have come from the same batch. Looks like they curl up at the ends, but on mine the ends stayed attached, so they snapped off instead of just curl up. Mine has been snapped for quite a while, but maybe this will motivate me to fix it. For yours, can you get double sided tape under it with the backing mostly on, and then peel off the backing while the tape is pretty much in place?
  4. Mine has cracked through in 2 places. I need to take it off and repair
  5. Way too far from me, so I wont be there, Its a nice gesture!
  6. I should have said before: Sorry to hear about the problems. I hope the end result is great. Thanks for posting.
  7. When you had the head off, did you check how high each of the pistons came up the bore. ie no short/bent rods
  8. Hi Joe, I just saw the "FG top 50" list. 2 cars in the top 50 and 1 right near the top! Well done!!
  9. Sounds like it would have been pretty satisfying to get all that sorted out.
  10. Could fuel pressure be too high? That would also lead to higher consumption than the ECU is reporting.
  11. It's nice to see problems getting sorted and the support of the xr6t forum. ☺
  12. If ypu think its suckling air, replace the air with something else that will change how it behaves. I have used butane from a camping stove canister, directed with a small clear hose to diagnose an intake manifold leak. Spray a bit where you are testing for a leak and listen for changes in how the engine runs. Obviously - be careful not to set anything on fire. Do it in the open. Let it dissipate. Make sure there is nothing to ignite the gas.
  13. "Out of warranty" does NOT automatically mean it should not be fixed by the manufacturer.... Have a read of http://www.caradvice.com.au/345004/what-is-the-australian-consumer-law-is-my-car-still-covered-outside-of-the-manufacturer-warranty/
  14. That sucks. Sorry to hear that. I hope it is recovered in perfect order.


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