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1Hello from Wiltshire  Empty Hello from Wiltshire on 16th October 2019, 5:59 am

tipomark


Hello everyone,
I'm Mark a new member and new owner of a good solid black 1994 Gti-r.
It's one of the iconic looking cars from my youth and I've always fancied owning one.
Currently she's in standard form apart from a dump valve.........I may add a few choice mods in the future!
Anyone else on here from the Wiltshire area?

2Hello from Wiltshire  Empty Re: Hello from Wiltshire on 16th October 2019, 7:57 am

gtir_woody

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Welcome to the forum mate! heaps of good info here, any questions just ask away.

3Hello from Wiltshire  Empty Re: Hello from Wiltshire on 16th October 2019, 8:14 pm

tipomark


Thanks. There is certainly heaps of good info on here! It's going to take me months to read it all lol
Well my first(of many) questions is.....

I'm looking at changing my clocks facing to mph,I already have a speedo conversation kit fitted and I'm thinking about fitting the white lockwood dial kit. Anyone recommend these??

4Hello from Wiltshire  Empty Re: Hello from Wiltshire on 16th October 2019, 9:04 pm

johnny gtir

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Very hard to fit properly many sets of clocks ruined due to loosing calibration when needles removed

Oh and Welcome to the forum

5Hello from Wiltshire  Empty Re: Hello from Wiltshire on 16th October 2019, 11:25 pm

gtir_woody

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A shop maybe best placed to fit them and ensure working correctly

6Hello from Wiltshire  Empty Re: Hello from Wiltshire on 7th November 2019, 3:10 pm

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Welcome to the forum Smile

Don't remove the needles
put a razor blade cut in them so it slides over needle then you wont knock the readings out of calibration plus you will not see where the face has been cut

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