2006 Exige S

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Fonzey
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OK, that's it up to date. More to follow!
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I am enjoying reading this!
ade
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Wow what a great read, if you are interested I have an AIM MXL dash and binnacle that would go lovely in your exige, complete with GPS and video setup. I really must get around to doing a for sale post for it......
Drop me a PM if interested
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Fonzey
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Cheers Ade, a fancy dash of some description is actually on my list... but it might get prioritised down at least in the short term whilst I sort other things. It would be an ideal way to consolidate my gauges down too and restore my air vent :)

I'd been looking at the GARW options in quite some detail, but AIM would be the leading "mainstream" alternative! If you've still got it in a few months, perhaps we can chat!
ade
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Sure I can wait, there are huge benefits we can discuss offline if you want to PM me :)
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Fonzey
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PM'd :)
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Great read, keep up the good work :thumbup:
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Great read. Well written and amazingly detailed. Top job👍
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Fonzey
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Updated my working area (finally) to give me some space to get organised for the winter tinkering.

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No excuses now, I've started my winter job list by taking my Sector111 (now Inoconiniackitkat) catch cans off and sending them back to the US. One of them has a loose baffle which is rattling, they're going to take a look and see if it's fixable - if not, replace.

In the meantime my hoses are now too short to reconnect the original ventilation into the intake so I've bunged off the intake to allow the car to run enough for me to manoeuvre it around the garage/driveway.

During my carpentry antics on the workbench the car has got a nice protective coat of sawdust - so it'll be rolled out for one more wash before I get busy and remove the front clam. I've got some goodies arriving over the next few weeks which will form the bulk of the winter joblist, so more updates to follow!
ade
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Nice to see the various hammers have pride of place in easy reach ;)
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