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backfire

thomas@prags.co.uk
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Re: backfire

Post by thomas@prags.co.uk » Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:08 pm

Graham
I like the idea of the electronic conversion. Mine is a practical used vehicle - it should look and feel 'right' - but it doesn't always have to be original in every way!

I will investigate. New plugs are on order - I forget they simply don't last as long.

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Fossil
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Re: backfire

Post by Fossil » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:47 pm

Tom

Sorry that you didn't make it to Peebles, we were looking out for you. It was a good day.

Regards

Geoff

thomas@prags.co.uk
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Re: backfire

Post by thomas@prags.co.uk » Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:24 pm

Geoff
thought I had sent you an email to let you know the car simply wasn't running well enough to risk driving down. Still backfiring - another suggestion may be to fit a new set of plug leads... anyone do them made up with caps etc?

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