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    Heres what the relay box looks like underneath.
    uploadfromtaptalk1449486773419.jpg
    And heres the box with the new bases in. Not wired in yet. The looms are just tucked away for now. Next job is to wire them in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Heres what the relay box looks like underneath.
    uploadfromtaptalk1449486773419.jpg
    And heres the box with the new bases in. Not wired in yet. The looms are just tucked away for now. Next job is to wire them in.
    uploadfromtaptalk1449487100939.jpg
    Aren't you a busy boy.
    Looks great.
    Great use of space.
    2011 GU8 ST 3.0 CRD, ARB Bullbar with IPF spotties, scrub bars and side steps, Snorkel, Dual Battery system, Waeco fridge, Turbo Timer, ARB Roof Rack with 5 IPF spotties across the front, Custom full Leather Bucket seats, DPchip, 3" Taipan exhaust, ARE Intercooler & scoop, Autron EGT/Boost and dual volt gauges, ARB front locker.

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    Yo Mark have you fitted your scoop yet?
    If not could you trace the outline and bolt holes
    on a sheet of paper for me please

    Hoping its the same as Rockets and Eric's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    Yo Mark have you fitted your scoop yet?
    If not could you trace the outline and bolt holes
    on a sheet of paper for me please

    Hoping its the same as Rockets and Eric's?
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    Yeah mate scoop was fitted yonks ago... Rocket has the same scoop as me, Fairline, and Eric has the OEM scoop. What do you need the trace for?

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    Was going to laser cut some aluminium to make a vane to direct air to the front of the IC
    similar to the A.R.E. scoop
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    Getting a bit further down the wiring track with the Relays. I have done 3, horn, angel eyes and devil eyes. I have left is the spotties and then the two for the fuel pump. Thanks to John,jff45, for the assistance in the how too's of running the relays for this.
    I'm also running a separate fuse box (pictured) just for the power supply to the relays.
    Then once its all wired, its time to fit the pump up, then the brakes go in...
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    Finally finished the relay box wiring. I have one spare spot in there too. I was going to put the two relays for the lift pump in there but they are wire differently to usual and I had pre wired the relays in there so I mounted them down next to the brake booster....So the lift pump wiring is all in too, I just need to plumb up the pump at the back and thats another mod to tick of the list...
    I'm quite chuffed with the relay box job really. Its so much neater now.
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    Finally finished installing the lift pump. It now operates only when the oil pressure switch has switched of after the engine has started.
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    The TB calipers, discs and backing plates are in... also a new front right hub. Now to replace the brake line from the t junction and the master cylinder.
    Last edited by mudski; 3rd January 2016 at 04:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    The TB calipers, discs and backing plates are in... also a new front right hub. Now to replace the brake line from the t junction and the master cylinder.
    Looks like a race car...
    But looks good
    Cheers
    Kallen Westbrook

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