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- Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:56 pm
- Forum: Technical
- Topic: Exhaust manifolds / headers.
- Replies: 29
- Views: 326
My RHD S2 2+2 has a heatshield between the headers and the frame, protecting the servo..dont know when Jaguar started fitting them...... Fossways do a nice one http://www.fossewayperformance.co.uk/servo-heat-shield/
Hi Steve......did you mark the nut location before undoing it so that you can do it back up to exactly the same position...if not then think you need to take to a Diff specialist to have it stripped set up again... Steve
- Wed Mar 14, 2018 10:39 am
- Forum: Technical
- Topic: Mounting bracket Differential E Type - XJ6
- Replies: 5
- Views: 135
Hi Jan.....worth checking your XJ6 diff ratio prior to fitting i thought xj6 auto was higher than that....usually they have a small metat tag bolted to the rear cover at the bottom....often covered in muck and paint....ratio stamped on it......or turn input shaft and check how much output shaft move...
Hi Dan...welcom to the forum....when i refurbed my seats the corners were hardboard and as yours broken...i replaced them with 3mm fibre board (local diy store).....i also used the fibreboard to make replacement doorcards(as do some of the trimmers.....if you look close you should see that the origi...
- Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:47 pm
- Forum: Series 3
- Topic: Glue for the support rails seals
- Replies: 3
- Views: 116
It has been noted befor that if the retainers are not sealed water can get through then the blame is put on the rubber seals.....so yes seam sealer or the like should be used... Steve
- Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:41 pm
- Forum: Series 1
- Topic: Does an an engine replacement affect the value of my car?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 145
Hi....whar car is the replacement engine from.....is it documented on the registration certificate....have you checked on http://www.xkedata.com for any information on the car and engine number that may throw up a problem....you dont want to be jumping in if the registration docs dont match the car....
Hi James...what i did find usefull for small areas like the edges..was spray some adhesive onto something like tin foil just 1/2 a teaspoon full then u can use a small brush to brush it on.....becaus of all the propelant its a bit thinner and easyer to use than opening the large tin.....dont be temp...
Hi James....i done mine not to long ago....and trimmed the whole car...took some time to chat with various trimmers and decided the best adhesive to use was the same that they use.....high temp auto adhesive.....for the sills look at the high density thin foam looks like neoprean...spray adhesive to...
Hi....whats your name...please try to put it in with your car model in the signature area....ive moved your post to this Series 1 section.....quite a while ago you posted almost the same question http://forum.etypeuk.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=11961&p=97105#p97105 there were quite a few replies but you...
You can clearly see in the photo that the 6 outer studs are all curved so as Marek said above the head is not being lifted in line with the studs... Steve
Hi Robbie....someone will come along soon that will give you an answer....but do you know about thread guages...cheapest sets a few pounds....a bit like feeler guages but with small saw teeth along the edge to match up with threads...well worth haveing.....as a general rule the end into aluminium it...
Hi James......contact adhesive....as sold by any of the trimmers.....dont be tempted to use evostik/bostik...if your going to Stonleigh you can usually get it from BAS as they normally have a stand.....or contact them direct or Aldridge.......Steve
Hi Welcom to the forum...whats your name....please try to put it with your car model in the signature area.....lots fo great info...get to know the Knowledge base area....all the best.... Steve