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 Post subject: Re: 1992 900S Renovation
PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2019 10:01 am 
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Car Model: 900T16s, Daihatsu Charade GTti
Ha yeah it took me a while to figure out only one fog light is wired up, never come across anything like this before......

Can see what you're getting at with the ride height though to be fair when you fill up the interior I'd expect it to drop a bit, all yours is at the moment is a nicely painted track car haha... Nice to see it out in the air stretching it's legs and if your list of niggles is that small then you've done well, no doubt my list would be the other way round, what went well would've been easier to list!


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 Post subject: Re: 1992 900S Renovation
PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2019 9:01 pm 
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Car Model: 1990 T16S vert & 1992 T16S
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Ha yeah it took me a while to figure out only one fog light is wired up, never come across anything like this before......

Can see what you're getting at with the ride height though to be fair when you fill up the interior I'd expect it to drop a bit, all yours is at the moment is a nicely painted track car haha... Nice to see it out in the air stretching it's legs and if your list of niggles is that small then you've done well, no doubt my list would be the other way round, what went well would've been easier to list!


Ha ha, thanks! Yes, can't complain really and I suppose I should have mentioned in the previous post that I had sprayed a hose at the car for 20 minutes around the front and rear screens and not a drop of water went past the seals, so that was quite a relief too as no sealant was used when I fitted them. I can't say the same for the brand new lower seal on the passenger door glass though, a fair flood passed it, but it is probably due to the fact that I have not opened or closed the windows since fitting the new seals, so they're not bedded in properly yet.

The strange thing with the rear fog light thing was that I was 100% convinced that the passenger side one was working previously, so when I stripped it down and saw there was no live wire going to that bulb I thought I was losing the plot!


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