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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby BIG_MVS » Mon Jan 02, 2017 6:57 pm

turbell wrote:Early days, but I think I might be on to something...........................................

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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby turbell » Mon Jan 02, 2017 7:42 pm

Nope, don't be daft.....................





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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby MFaulks » Mon Jan 02, 2017 8:37 pm

turbell wrote:Early days, but I think I might be on to something...........................................

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LOL :-)

Respect that man, still got a ZX Spectrum (& keyboard late unstuck, sweet..)... ZX81 was Z80 processor based, can't remember now for the Spectrum, think it was still Z80A based wasn't it, just with the logic in the ULA, and more memory etc? .. used to repair these back in thd day, simply can't remember now... think used to over clock them, and graft in Z80Bs and run 'en at 6MHz ish... LOL... sad I know :-)
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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby Custard » Mon Jan 02, 2017 9:29 pm

Well a more practical game in reality is this little jem a Honda Z600, just helped my mate pick this up been in a garage for 32 years. Just put a battery on it all the lights came on even the wipers and the wash, fule pump, indicators, number plate lights after all that time.
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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby Jango » Mon Jan 02, 2017 10:11 pm

that's looks so cool
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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby MFaulks » Tue Jan 03, 2017 12:29 am

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2 stroke engine isn't it, they a worth a few bob now... fantastic :-)
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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby paulrob100 » Tue Jan 03, 2017 1:47 am

i bought one of the brand new in 1972 (shows my age) from the Honda dealer in Newcastle. DTN 10K i think it was, & about £800. Fab little car. NOT 2 stroke. It had a 600cc parallel 4 stroke twin. Basically a motorbike engine. Both cylinders fired at the same time, but only one was on compression. Simples !!!. Well engineered & pretty nippy. I must have a photo somewhere.
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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby Custard » Sat Feb 25, 2017 8:06 pm

Well the car left the workshop after the long road to get to this point and :D let's say a spirited drive lee there is more than 250bhp did you do some head work and cam when you built that engine, I thought it was about right at Macon compared with the everyone else but now all sensors are working and the loom my god bordering on dangerous that's still with the cat on :crazy
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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby simontaylor » Sun Feb 26, 2017 3:51 pm

It cant be as quick as a GTA, lets see you out against a clock for real comparison.

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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby Custard » Sun Feb 26, 2017 5:15 pm

That is the test the clock does not lie, going to let it all settle down and that the cutout issue has gone then the rollers. The power to Wt should be about the same as my Gta but it feels a lot faster but the suspension feels right on the limit along with the brakes. The Gta is still the best car feels totally planted and predictable it doesn't have that feeling of mass Wt transfer as you go through the bends but it is really a Gt car it is more comfortable.
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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby Custard » Wed Mar 01, 2017 6:35 pm

Well hopefully the last job has been done the removal of the immobiliser, it took the sparks 2 minutes to remove it and reconnect and make good, it sounds mad but all the dash lights are brighter starts better, he said it was a crude installation and pretty worthless to prevent theft like most car immobilisers.
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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby Custard » Mon Jun 05, 2017 9:38 pm

Well I have been using the car a fare bit in the hot weather and just sitting in traffic with the A/C on and the cut out issues seems to be over. Personally I think it is caused by the Ecu having to many error faults and then it just shuts down and then resets, as all I have done is replaced faulty sensors and sorted some wireing but as I am crap at electric someone else sorted the wireing, but it is nice now going out and not worrying about not making it home. :Cheer
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Re: A610 L790 LVR

Postby miles thomas » Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:30 am

:up long may it last.
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