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  1. Thread: Prv v6

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    I have converted many of these for DeLorean usage...

    I have converted many of these for DeLorean usage in the UK, that's assuming it's the early odd fire engine. The later even fire ones are plentiful, Perhaps you could get in touch via the UK owners...
  2. [Electrical] As wrote above, a common modification if you...

    As wrote above, a common modification if you trace the wires they 'probably' go to (or did) an over-ride switch.
    Chris
  3. [Suspension] Not particularly, slow and steady. Make sure you...

    Not particularly, slow and steady. Make sure you get the control arm supports in the correct orientation! You may find a jack helpful under the LCArms to re-connect the hub to the upper control arm....
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    [Engine] Mine leaked from the same place for years and...

    Mine leaked from the same place for years and assumed it was the rear crank seal...... Then I bothered to smell the oil and realized it was G/box oil! So yes I would do as suggested and check the...
  5. [Suspension] I have fitted them both to my own car and...

    I have fitted them both to my own car and another. They are very well made and a perfect fit, I also fitted Ed's S/Steel lower arm support kit to mine as well. I cant report back on handling as yet...
  6. [Frame & Body] As wrote above! what you have are the OE ones,...

    As wrote above! what you have are the OE ones, most people replace with a one piece metal plate with welded on studs, however I guess you don't have the deflector shields either!
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    [General] That's quiet nice, reminds me of an Aston Martin...

    That's quiet nice, reminds me of an Aston Martin from the rear.
    Chris
  8. [Suspension] I have seen a few like this, if your careful you...

    I have seen a few like this, if your careful you can get a nut (masking tape stuck into a ring spanner) inside the frame and use the correct bolt through the frame. Not a perfect solution but seems...
  9. [Fuel] Thanks Josh

    Thanks Josh
  10. [Fuel] Very nice, can you post a link please as I could...

    Very nice, can you post a link please as I could not find it on the website.

    Chris
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    [Engine] Short answer: does it look the same? if so yes....

    Short answer: does it look the same? if so yes. The later even fire will not. But it's an easy swap over (done many) if it's the correct one, just the bottom end and a few other bits & bobs.
    Chris
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    There are a few import companies that UK owners...

    There are a few import companies that UK owners use for importing vehicles such as Trans Global Logistics being one who also specialize in bringing in vehicles for military personnel such as those at...
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    [Engine] including some pictures I have posted from a cut engine block.

    Nice thread on the subject here: http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?16914-Need-help-with-source-of-major-oil-leak
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    [General] I had the same issue trying to fit the DPI new...

    I had the same issue trying to fit the DPI new fan set, one of the first IIRC! This was not an issue with the shroud simply the 35 year old rad giving up. I purchased a new rad from Ed at DMC EU and...
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    [Engine] Very unusual yes, But if memory is correct it can...

    Very unusual yes, But if memory is correct it can be replaced by just dropping the sump. However if it's holding the correct pressure then I would doubt it's failing. Is the oil pressure gauge...
  16. [Engine] Very good but the V8 PRV already exists. Chris

    Very good but the V8 PRV already exists.
    Chris
  17. [Engine] Difficult to tell from the picture but as others...

    Difficult to tell from the picture but as others have suggested it could be a case of block rot. I recently did an article in the club magazine about this having had an engine 'chopped' in half to...
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    http://deloreans.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?tid=58...

    http://deloreans.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?tid=5862
    Car has been sold prior to auction however.
    Chris
  19. [General] I have always wondered if a modern style of fuel...

    I have always wondered if a modern style of fuel cooler, as is fitted to most diesel common rail engines nowadays would be beneficial to cars that suffer from hot fuel return (not usually to much of...
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    I would agree with Dermot on this, though had...

    I would agree with Dermot on this, though had missed that the red one had a salvage title. I have helped with a few buyers who have bought cars from them to come back to the UK and Europe and have...
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    [Wanted] Bit over budget but it's a nice solid looking car...

    Bit over budget but it's a nice solid looking car underneath: https://www.beverlyhillscarclub.com/1981-delorean-dmc-12-c-8412.htm
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    [Wanted] That's great, thank you. PM sent. Chris

    That's great, thank you. PM sent.

    Chris
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    [Wanted] Grab Handle (Grey) back cover

    Long shot, I know but does any one have a used (or new) back cover, or reasonably priced complete grab handle in grey for the R/H side? The picture attached (courtesy DGo) is of a L/H side but I'm...
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    [Engine] It's how I always do them (and I have removed and...

    It's how I always do them (and I have removed and re-installed over 10 of them) A lot of it depends on what facilities you have, if you have a full car lift then you may find it easier to leave the...
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    [Engine] Ouch, that's some very bad wear there. I would...

    Ouch, that's some very bad wear there. I would recommend getting the correct cams and sticking with all as B28E, either that or make one good unit out of your two engines but use your pistons etc out...
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