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  1. Thread: HVAC Controls

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    If you're going to the effort of installing a...

    If you're going to the effort of installing a cutoff, might as well just relocate the valve into the engine bay and buy a longer cable and two 5/8 hose barbs to join the hoses together. The cable is...
  2. Thread: HVAC Controls

    by Driven
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    HVAC Controls

    I've been on a weird adventure this past few months with my Noble, basically redoing a handful of stuff, trying to improve some other items, and making the car just easier to maintain for the long...
  3. Thread: Bushings

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    Lots and lots of google searching and confirming....

    Lots and lots of google searching and confirming.

    I bought a bushing kit from Rossion, the bushings had 3410 stamped on it. Searched for that and Land Rover stuff popped up. Checked the Facebook...
  4. Thread: Bushings

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    They are from a Land Rover Discovery / Defender. ...

    They are from a Land Rover Discovery / Defender.
    Part Number: ANR3410

    It's the panhard bar bushings.

    Two options:
    $6 or $18.

    https://www.roverparts.com/search/ANR3410/
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    Screws and adhesive.

    Screws and adhesive.
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    I'm guessing the heater control valve is a ford...

    I'm guessing the heater control valve is a ford part.

    I've found similar looking valves, but not sure if it's the same:...
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    Sticky: I don't know if the S2000 setup you posted would...

    I don't know if the S2000 setup you posted would work. I don't know the dimensions of the booster, which is the main concern.




    I am using a master and booster from a 88-91 CRX Si.
    You have...
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    Nice job! when you exited for the front straight,...

    Nice job! when you exited for the front straight, I was a little worried for how close you were getting to the rumble strips.
    I ran Roebling years ago in a S2000 and the driver's meeting was...
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    You may want to redownload that with the link...

    You may want to redownload that with the link above. Changed a few things after looking at it and noticing a few issues, mainly the PDF I exported is for my drivetrain to support my Honda drivetrain...
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    Gotcha:...

    Gotcha:
    http://www.thekam.com/images/cars/serviceManuals/Noble/FordPowered/Noble_ChassisHarnessOriginal.pdf

    Forum software won't allow me to attach, since they have a limit of 740kb.
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    Yeah, it's easy since it's an illustrator file....

    Yeah, it's easy since it's an illustrator file. How big do you want it?
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    I mean... you kinda already did say it. One...

    I mean... you kinda already did say it.

    One is in California and takes 2 years to do a clutch job.
    The other is Willy.

    There's likely some misunderstanding and it's unfortunate you had a bad...
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    Any interest in a LHD drive Schematic?

    I had some time to kill and decided to remake the wiring schematic that is out there for the Noble, mainly because I needed to build a wiring schematic for my Honda-powered Noble.


    Basically,...
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    The OP did say the gauge does its initial test...

    The OP did say the gauge does its initial test sweep when powered up -- although that isn't a 100% indication that it will read the correct fuel level, it is indicative that the needle will move when...
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    The fuel level system is fairly basic, with only...

    The fuel level system is fairly basic, with only a few basic components:
    - the gauge.
    - the sender.
    - wiring between the two.


    I've had a sender get stuck in the tank, where it was lodged...
  16. I can honestly say I've never seen three...

    I can honestly say I've never seen three different clamps on one hose.
  17. Thread: New tail lights

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    Although I'm not a fan of the design, I highly...

    Although I'm not a fan of the design, I highly respect the craftmanship it takes to engineer and build the taillamps.

    I feel like they need an outer lens to cover the entire lamp... something...
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    Procedure would be: 1. Remove front clam 2....

    Procedure would be:
    1. Remove front clam
    2. Remove drip tray
    3. Remove the fan shroud with fans
    4. Drain rad
    5. Remove rad

    There are some other minor details, but that's the gist of it.
  19. Thread: New Engine

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    ***NEW*** will be difficult or excessively...

    ***NEW*** will be difficult or excessively expensive.
    Used is a different story. You can check with Willy or Turbohoses for the engine. They are likely to provide pretty good examples, but I would...
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    mmmm, now if I can secure a fun rental. Mustang...

    mmmm, now if I can secure a fun rental. Mustang GT?
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    If it wasn't a 33 hour tow one way, I'd bring...

    If it wasn't a 33 hour tow one way, I'd bring mine out. There are a few in Florida, not sure if their owners are active in the Noble collective. Willys V8 powered Rossi looks and sounds much better...
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    Sounds enticing! I'd love to go out just to run...

    Sounds enticing! I'd love to go out just to run the track, but would need to rent something.

    Anyone have any idea if there's anything near there that's worth making it a weekend out of? Never been...
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    looks pretty standard to me, except it's three...

    looks pretty standard to me, except it's three bolts instead of the two for the Nobles.

    I braced my APR wing on both sides with pieces of aluminum.
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    nicely done! I wish I had the patience and...

    nicely done! I wish I had the patience and knowledge to build molds.

    That 4400rpm dip looks like it almost follows your AFRs. Side note, looks like you gained like 55whp at around 3800rpms!...
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    Thank you! Will have to look into it more. ...

    Thank you! Will have to look into it more.



    Another biannual update.

    I tested the center-fed intake. While the peak numbers improved by 30whp, I lost 100hp in the midrange. The power didn't...
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