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MK chippy

posted on 29/8/08 at 10:31 PM Reply With Quote
R1 Clocks

THinking of using R1 clocks in my indy. Good choice or not? Any other suggestions? cheers

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desyboy

posted on 29/8/08 at 10:40 PM Reply With Quote
r1 clocks work really well.
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ReMan

posted on 29/8/08 at 11:10 PM Reply With Quote
Good choice with an R1 engine....
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MK chippy

posted on 29/8/08 at 11:14 PM Reply With Quote
cheers! put my order in with malc up at yorkshire engines today!!!
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tootall

posted on 29/8/08 at 11:59 PM Reply With Quote
you wont go wrong there malc is great guy he is so friendly and help full top man! and knows his stuff every one should use him !!





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Paul TigerB6

posted on 30/8/08 at 09:13 AM Reply With Quote
Definately go for them - just finished wiring up an R1 BEC with them in and they work brilliantly. I like the idea of keeping the original clocks to show any fault codes if something goes wrong myself. It does mean you need to fit an EXUP valve into the loom etc but its worth it.
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hobbsy

posted on 30/8/08 at 11:49 AM Reply With Quote
There is a circuit diagram for a EXUP valve removal thingy on here somewhere.

Which reminds me I really should fit the one I made sometime soon!!!

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mads

posted on 30/8/08 at 01:43 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by tootall
you wont go wrong there malc is great guy he is so friendly and help full top man! and knows his stuff every one should use him !!


hear hear. he sorted me out with my engine too.

slight hijack of the topic - but is there a way to show fault codes without the original clocks? am wanting to isntall electric/analogue dials in my mine.





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