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    You could try to jump the AC clutch, forcing it...

    You could try to jump the AC clutch, forcing it to turn on, to see if it's actually working. If you hear the AC clutch engage when you jump it, least you know the compressor itself is working. ...
  2. Mine is starting to fray, so I should look into...

    Mine is starting to fray, so I should look into buying one.

    But, having disassembled the car a few times, it looks pretty straight forward. I don't believe the cable is attached anywhere in the...
  3. Sticky: I installed a replacement master cylinder and...

    I installed a replacement master cylinder and booster yesterday from a 88-91 CRX. This is NOT a direct swap, as it required trimming and such.
    I will continue to see if there's a common master...
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    Latest dyno on E85. ...

    Latest dyno on E85.

    http://thekam.com/images/cars/noble/tech/20170511E85Dyno.png

    Nice gains and the car officially has more power than the Ford V6 it started life with, as well as more torque....
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    I actually just cancelled my reg. I didn't make...

    I actually just cancelled my reg. I didn't make the track day last month to test my gearbox. Don't want to do it while hundreds of miles from home.

    September sounds better :D
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    You have more visual referencing underneath and...

    You have more visual referencing underneath and more space if you remove the undertray.

    Downside, either option requires removing a ton of screws.


    Yep, was to help bring more air into the...
  7. Thread: Clutch Problems

    by Driven
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    http://www.turbohoses.com/m12lowerremoveablebar.jp...

    http://www.turbohoses.com/m12lowerremoveablebar.jpt.jpg
    If referencing this, no. This is the crossbeam for removing the oil pan and exhaust.



    The bar for "easier" removal of the gearbox, would...
  8. Thread: Clutch Problems

    by Driven
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    Sorry about the issues... To do a clutch, if...

    Sorry about the issues...


    To do a clutch, if you have the removable chassis brace for the gearbox, you can just remove the gearbox.
    If you don't, you need to yank the entire drivetrain.

    To...
  9. Sticky: I've hunted around and can't seem to find a...

    I've hunted around and can't seem to find a master cylinder replacement.

    I'm going to start looking into an OEM replacement -- something that won't shutter it's doors or stop production (ie. AP...
  10. Sticky: Brake Components, Part Numbers, Sources, etc.

    Figured the FAQ we use is on PH, and it's a bit dated and lacking real info, time to add relevant info. This isn't so much about what is best, but where and how to get replacement parts.
    As I...
  11. Thread: No Power

    by Driven
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    Check electrical connections... sometimes the...

    Check electrical connections... sometimes the heat will cause them to expand just enough to create enough resistance for the connector to not function properly.
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    I highly discourage anyone from ever ordering...

    I highly discourage anyone from ever ordering from them. Their sales department may honestly be managed by monkeys.

    I ordered my caliper seals from here:
    https://www.tmsmotorsport.co.uk/
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    Nope. The gearing changes between the different...

    Nope. The gearing changes between the different sized wheels, along with the different drivetrain is all a mixed bag of nuts.

    The gearset I went with is:
    1st - 2.417 (@8000rpm, 58mph with...
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    Hah, well, no engine bay shots, but here are the...

    Hah, well, no engine bay shots, but here are the gearbox build shots:

    http://thekam.com/images/cars/noble/tech/gearbox/quaifeInternals.jpg...
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    After months of waiting, finally got my gearbox....

    After months of waiting, finally got my gearbox. Took about three months, but once it shipped, took three days to arrive from the UK!
    Installed the drivetrain over the weekend and test drove it...
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    Just got the shipping notification... my...

    Just got the shipping notification... my sequential gearbox arrives this Wednesday. That should be enough time to get it sorted and ready for May at Miller -- so looks like I'm in!
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    oooh, I like this a lot! Got links for the other...

    oooh, I like this a lot!
    Got links for the other parts that you did this with?
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    I thought all Nobles were two piece rotors. If...

    I thought all Nobles were two piece rotors.

    If yours is different, then I'm not sure where to order. The rotors Willy sold me were just the ring (sans hat), and it was $225/rotor.

    The rotors...
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    I contacted South West and they told me this:

    I contacted South West and they told me this:
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    Willy, Are they attach to the noble hats? And...

    Willy,
    Are they attach to the noble hats? And are they slotted, drilled, both, neither?
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    Front Brake Rotor Availability

    I've been trying to get a hold of South West Lotus Centre in the UK for some front brake rotor rings, since their prices were the best I've seen (WAS roughly $200/disc + shipping, for the fronts).
    ...
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    I'd love to go to that... looks amazing!

    I'd love to go to that... looks amazing!
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    Mileage - In normal cars, low mileage is good. In...

    Mileage - In normal cars, low mileage is good. In a Noble, some mileage means the car has likely been sorted. Look for ones with some mileage. Even cars that have come out of highly recommended...
  24. Thread: AFR vs EGT

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    Easiest place is behind the radio. Take the...

    Easiest place is behind the radio.

    Take the passenger footwell cover off, then the screws that hold the lower panel, then you can access the wires behind the stereo.

    You can then route the...
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    I'm hoping to make it. Been waiting on my gearbox...

    I'm hoping to make it. Been waiting on my gearbox for a few months now. Was hoping to make a local March event -- but at the mercy of Quaife :/
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