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#1
Reader's Rides / Re: TDM 2004 Sable V6
Last post by Topdownman - Today at 19:41
Yes, given time, the new one will look more and more like the old one. I have now done more mileage in this car than all the previous owners put together (and owned it for longer than them all too I think!).
#2
Reader's Rides / Re: TDM 2004 Sable V6
Last post by Chilli Girl - Today at 18:46
Very nice Simon and with matching roofs! ;D
#3
FIC ~ 300 quids from Paul, you get nice packaging plus a sheet to make the tune easy.
#4
General / Re: Scarred Cornea.. easily do...
Last post by ucb - Today at 16:21
Opticians told me earlier this year that I have a large scar across my left cornea. Not sure how I got it but my wife says it was the time my daughter scratched my eye with a book page
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Appearance Related / Re: I do like shiny :)
Last post by Ardent - Today at 15:10
@TheTigerUK

Just thinking back to your thornton post the other day. You could increase your bling count if you had the TTE zorst as the other car. Twin bling. The chrome finish can sometimes be a bit poor. But the stainless underneath is tip top quality and polishes up beautifully.
#6
Reader's Rides / Re: TDM 2004 Sable V6
Last post by Ardent - Today at 15:07
Do like the zorst treatment
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Reader's Rides / Re: TDM 2004 Sable V6
Last post by Topdownman - Today at 14:51
Been a while since I posted on this thread!

So here is the old girl and the young pretender....

#8
Reader's Rides / Re: Southern Belle
Last post by Petrus - Today at 12:10
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#9
Appearance Related / Re: I do like shiny :)
Last post by Petrus - Today at 12:06
Doorbling has arrived. One of the plastic clips is included. Typically fool proof different colours for left and right!





That leaves the windscreen trim/molding to desire.
Well, first fitting thése of course....
Looked at the assembly and think I will trý get the lock switched out inside the door. That would save taking the risk with that clip and it is only fixed with one screw.  Feel more comfortable faffing with a metal scew than with a old, cold plastic clip.
#10
Hi all,
My default choice for the upcoming turbo conversion was to use the yellow 2zz injectors that I have. (320cc). Figured they'd be a good starting point with low boost etc..

But going through other build threads is clear that people haven't gone with that option (at least not for very long) - and I'd welcome your opinions the current decent bang for Buck is.

I've found some 650cc that are theoretically made for the 1zz by ksm
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/143828156249?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=DJ9JEIWyRFO&sssrc=2349624&ssuid=fFOx8hr6Rnu&var=&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY

They look pretty similar so thought they'd be an easy drop in solution.

Is there any knowledge on the brand or other options to consider out there that don't require a special fuel rail etc?

Cheers!