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Your goodie bag whish list

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bemused, Jul 21, 2016.

  1. Bemused

    Bemused Copenworld Regular

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    So what's your goodie bag wish list.
    In no particular order mine is...
    Lambo style doors!
    Magic tank.
    RDX Frontspoiler.
    Daihatsu Rear spoiler.
    Do something with the side repeaters that look like someone stuck some chewing gum on the car.
    Something with the exhaust, ours had a front pipe leak and have had to do a bodge it and scarper repair.
    New dampers.
    Possibly a turbo run on timer.
    Lambo style doors!

    So far we have
    Half decent tunes in the car.
    Dotz Mugello wheels on order.
    Blagged a Daihatsu behind the seat umbrella net on ebay.
    Neat digital boost gauge that replaces the Copen clock.
    The Forge Spliter BOV.

    Tricks and tweaks wish list
    Improve the inter cooler.
    Waste gate bodging for a little more mid range boost.
    Induction bodging with what I have lying around.
    Remote control roof operation.
    Better way of raising the rear 1/4 windows with the roof down.
     
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  2. Salieri

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    So you did order the Dotz? Nice!
    I have nothing on my wishlist to be quite honest. I might want to flush the power steering fluid again, it has been some time...
     
  3. Bemused

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    Yes Dotz are on the way from the internet so both of us will soon be happy bunnies :)
    I have a load of fluid changes to get through, fluids are on my "don't" wish for list :-(
    All fluids on hold right now as we have a boat stuck in the garage pending its sale.
     
  4. Salieri

    Salieri Copenworld Veteran

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    I can definitely recommend a power steering flush (Dexron III), gearbox oil change (Castrol 75W90 GL4+) and brake fluid flush/bleed (DOT4). Will make the car feel like new. These items are often neglected...
     
  5. welz

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  6. welz

    welz Copenworld Regular

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    All lot intern for Kids to play with..:D
     

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  7. Bemused

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    Is that your Copen?
     
  8. welz

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    yes..:)
     

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  9. Bemused

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    Like the white dial kit, how tricky was it to fit?
    Loving danger mouse also :)
     
  10. Bemused

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    Thanks for the link, id always expected the needles had to be removed.
    Looks easy in the link.
     
  11. welz

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    I can remember , I had removed the needles carful with a fork because the middlehole was to small.
    rpm, temp and fuel is easy to connect again. Just fueltank filled up before to half. Run motor for some time, then connect rpm to 800, add temp needle to half. Trick is miles..you need a stright empty road and handy or gps for the speed.. driving until 30 miles/hour ... then put the needle back..;)
    but I have an scangauge eco too installed, seeing in picture rightside. There I can see temp, rpm and miles too on it..:cool: nice item..:inlove:
     
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  13. welz

    welz Copenworld Regular

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    hm.. will take a Photo of it..expensiv..:D send me pm..will sell it..
     
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  14. Bemused

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    Thanks for that, I would worry about damaging the needle pointer.
    Just thinking about the speed calibration and the OBD2 port with a free app would be useful here?
    Is the new face just sticky back vinyl, it looks easy in the video link you supplied.

    scangauge eco is a fuel / trip computer?
     
  15. Salieri

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  16. welz

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    DSC00378.JPG DSC00379.JPG Here are photos from my old once. The new white / cream from lockwoods are equal material. No vinyl. High quality.
     
  17. welz

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    Old dials sold to number6:happy:
     
  18. Soc

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    Welz, is it easy to fit these dials? removing the speedo and the needle etc? Any help would really help.
    Thanks
    he
     
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    Welz, ignore my last message, just downloaded and watched the Japanese video. You know what is missing on the copen, especially the version I have - 1.3ltr, is a sporty, roughty exhaust note. I was thinking of having a custom made stainless exhaust from the cat down to give it a sporty sound but not too much sporty. Any ideas? cheers
     

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