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Is there a modern equivalent to the road dyno you can buy? I've looked on Amazon and E Bay and can't find anything. You can still enter "www.dynoplus.co.uk" and a live site advertising the road dyno comes up, but no contact point.
- Sun May 31, 2020 8:32 am
- Forum: Welcome!
- Topic: New member but not new E owner in Leics England
- Replies: 3
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Hi and welcome Andy! By DHC, I assume you mean an OTS? Jaguar never had a DHC E type. Just words I know, but it's what the E fraternity use.
Jeremy, yes it does. You dab solution number one on with the supplied (or any other!) brush and leave it for 5 mins. This ensures it runs into all the tricky to get to corners. You then just hose it off and it comes up like magic. You let it dry, I rub off any "pooled" bits of water after a while, t...
Thanks both, no corrosion, and having now put them back on (can tighten easily by hand before finishing off) they release easily enough. I take them off every year, think I must have overdone it last time. I'll try the copperslip.
Couple of pics of my front wheel, before and after a quick 5 minute splosh with the MWS cleaning liquids https://i.postimg.cc/XY4NWSJV/IMG-1577.jpg https://i.postimg.cc/ydgsj7fT/IMG-1580.jpg mInd you, had a terrible trouble getting the wheel off! Please see my other post: http://forum.etypeuk.com/vi...
Had a hell of a time getting a front wheel off today. I use a long breaker bar with one of the adaptors for the knock-0ff. Really works well. Usually. This time, wouldn't budge. Got extensions on, wouldn't budge. Reverted to the good old lump hammer, wouldn't budge. Tried longer extension on breaker...
My S2 (1969) has standard basic headlights. Recently had to replace one with a new unit from SNG, which was a straight swap plug in. The new one matches old one in brightness so I know both are basic units. Have to say, the headlights have always seemed perfectly adequate, and I've done a lot of nig...
- Thu May 14, 2020 8:50 am
- Forum: Series 2
- Topic: Jaguar E Type Series 2 - Pressure sender failures.
- Replies: 9
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I've recently gone on to a mechanical guage, but kept the old one "in case" It's nice to know I'm looking at the actual oil pressure when I look at the guage!!
- Tue May 05, 2020 12:54 pm
- Forum: Welcome!
- Topic: New owner Greetings & Basic Questions S3 2+2 '72
- Replies: 31
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I'd certainly check the ride height, and also make sure you've got the right hangers. Mine is a 2+2, albeit a series 2, but mine hardly ever grounds anything. You can get details of just how high the body should ride, on this forum somewhere, although I'm not sure where - sorry!
- Thu Apr 30, 2020 10:15 am
- Forum: Technical
- Topic: Help with dipstick washer please
- Replies: 2
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On the SNG site, they show a felt washer, part no 11665. Doesn't show whether or not it's for the dipstick. Does anyone know if this fits the dipstick?