Interestingly, the aftermarket brass 10mm fittings supplied with my brake pipe are SAE. But if re-using original fixings, beware their format :)
It was indeed! :D
SAE double flare (note counter sunk fitting for flare to sit in):
DIN “bubble” with flat, not counter sunk fitting:
Just re-reading this thread. As predicted: MGF is the same with a mix of SAE and DIN. Good old Rover eh? o_O
Already have the SAE version of that...
Need pictures of your FL1 - or it hasn't happened! ;)
Wow, this is looking good :D
It looks pristine and original. It's also low miles. But £5000 seems excessive for a 2000 registered 5-door 1.8 with no obvious direct historical...
True! But what charge time? :) might be a slightly extended lunch break ;) (no harm in that of course!)
very true! But I’d need a good 300+ mile range to get to Salisbury Plain, have fun and then drive home comfortably ;)
I think do-able...?
Someone else hah had the same idea, clearly! Lol
Have a chat with Philip @pscan.eu - he can probably help mate the Rover ECU with the FL1 immobiliser for a painless installation :D
Awesome. Who is going to make a start on this? It’s looking quite feasible... :D
Clicked passed 88k miles yesterday visiting my dad in the west country. Took the opportunity to take a bit of a detour across Salisbury Plane....
My requirements for an electric FL1 would be:
Retain full functionality of the all-wheel drive system and the off road capabilities (I want to...
Great thread concept! Love this :) We have a VW eUP! which is a great town car, but it's range is a limitation beyond the limits of London.
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