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    Four fish Delorean ALEXAKOS's Avatar
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    What???
    You have the nerve to have all those awesome parts sitting on your shelve??? heheheheeh
    I would not be able to go to bed knowing these FANTASTIC upgrades are sitting next to my D!
    VIN 5992/Body 5697/Frame 6000/Grey/Manual/ALL LED/Square HALOs/SPAX/DMOCO SS shifter/Genuine MOMO steering/iPhone base/Porsche turbo 997 exhaust/K&N/ SS: f.fascia mounts, brake lines, clutch line+fuel line+tank cover+heat shields/Posi-quiet brake pads/Poly: steering rack inserts+f.sway bar bushing+radius bushing/wings-a-loft/Radius enforced tabs n bolts/turbo fans... Oh! + a BTTF on/off replica set etc (still adding)

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    Location:  France

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    My VIN:    16951

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    Quote Originally Posted by BABIS View Post
    awesome pictures! where have you bought the stainless water pipes and the stainless tank plate??
    Thanks!
    The stainless water pipes came from the UK: (Thanks to Chris Parnham for the link)
    http://www.stainless-exhaust.com/
    The stainless tank plate came from a vendor from eBay.
    He sold 2 or 3 of them.
    I bought it because is has the same design of the original plate, the other vendors (for now) doesn't have it but just flat...

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALEXAKOS View Post

    What???
    You have the nerve to have all those awesome parts sitting on your shelve??? heheheheeh
    I would not be able to go to bed knowing these FANTASTIC upgrades are sitting next to my D!
    Yes I know, I must find some strength to mount them on the car and at least enjoy the car with them

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    Senior Member BABIS's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domi View Post
    Thanks!
    The stainless water pipes came from the UK: (Thanks to Chris Parnham for the link)
    http://www.stainless-exhaust.com/
    the same manufacturer of the UK exhaust!
    VIN 4502

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    My VIN:    16951

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    After all these years, I have decided to remove these entire little gadget, rear camera & bip when you back up.
    At the same time itís time to change the plate behind the exhaust, because mine was a little rusty. The new one came from Delorean Industrie, thanks to Josh
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    As always, the screws are also rusty and broke when I tried to remove them. They will be changed by new one in stainless.
    p4.JPG
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    Removing all the wires I have connected
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    The new stainless plate from Josh, a beauty
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    These screws are also a little tired and two of them brokeÖ
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    Iíd like to replace them by something like this
    http://www.deloreanindustries.com/re...kit-stainless/
    On the other hand, how to remove the old ones?
    And how to fix the new ones, by glue?
    Any advice guys?

    Next step will be to change the water pump, which is leakingÖ
    I need to change it to take it back to the road again.
    p9.JPG

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    My VIN:    16951

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    Tried to disassemble some parts, but I don't have an 11 wrench
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    President, DeLorean Industries
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    My VIN:    5646,5080, 5880, 10234, 3639, 2518, 10586, 1538

    We remove the old inserts with a flame-less heating element and or cut out with a heated knife. Installation is a breeze with the proper two part epoxy and new insert kit. Replacing all nine usually takes a couple of hours. We only do this off car btw.

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    My VIN:    16951

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    Thanks for the tips Josh

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    My VIN:    16951

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    The new stainless steel plate is in place.
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    When I was looking at my parts, i found that I already bought the screw for Josh a long time ago
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    In the mean time, I will install new lighting in the engine compartment as mine was in short circuit.
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    President, DeLorean Industries
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    My VIN:    5646,5080, 5880, 10234, 3639, 2518, 10586, 1538

    Domi you are quickly approaching having everything we offer. Simply epic.

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