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Re: Proportioning Valves ?
« Reply #15 on: October 27, 2017, 21:30:26 PM »
Well that sounds like mostly good news to me. Bad luck it broke during the actual test but sounds like it was going to go anyway, so would have needed sorting ejther way. At least that's a fairly straightforward job, then all sorted for another year

Fair play on it being a 3 litre conversion. I run the V6 register which I think at some point soon I am thinking of extending to ALL Calibras as there are now so few left.

Is your car on the list here? If not it would be great if you could add the details to the thread?  :-)
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Re: Proportioning Valves ?
« Reply #16 on: October 31, 2017, 13:51:32 PM »
I had that handbrake issue, I can remember driving round to my mechanic on a bucket after I'd stripped the inside LOL. That is a bloody good MOT result though!!
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Re: Proportioning Valves ?
« Reply #17 on: November 06, 2017, 21:40:39 PM »
Hi
Ok so it went through the mot ,no advisories .. I dident weld in the end. I stripped everything back for welding but while i stood there with it in my hands i realised  'I can bolt this'. So using 3 x 8mm Shakeproof bolts i drilled out where the spot welds were and it works a treat.Bit of shults underneath and refitted interior ,it has never worked so well . Thanks to all . Merry xmas