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    Quote Originally Posted by Mortiis View Post
    Days of 4ePikanini's lives...
    Would rather watch this anyday!!

    Would make a great reality show!
    Thanks.

    If you provide funding I'll start a second Season

    VR6 Turbo swap into the Jetta

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    If you were in JHB I could have supplied the bandwidth for it!

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    No video yet. Sorry.

    ...but dad assisted with the start and all went well. Father and son re-united after surgery




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    any one know someone in joburg that can give me a quote to do an overhaul on my colt motor that is the same. just dont have enough time and knowledge to do it myself

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    A great thanks go out to everybody who helped me here to make this possible. I appreciate it, as I wouldn't have been able to do it without you guys.

    Thank you

    I have ordered beers for all of you!


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    Congratulations mate!
    I know you will have many many fun filled miles. There are few things as rewarding as turning a key after a rebuild and having it start! The mind boggles around the invention and subsequent refinement of the internal combustion engine all over again. In your mind's eye you follow one molecule of fuel from the tank to the injector, and contemplate the entire spark generation and timing system.

    We all envy you!
    Have fun today!
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    Congrats!! Can just imagine the size of your grin now!!

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    Grats man!!!

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    I have done 60km so far and got time to step out of it and take a video. I didn't film myself as my smile is still too wide!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWWYne0IUAU

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    Baie Geluk en geniet elke kilometer met die Pajero!

    Dis min dat dit gebeur wat jy gedoen het, ek het dit jare terug met 'n Honda Ballade gedoen maar het nie krag vir dit meer nie.

    Het vandag die Colt se timing belt vervang so vyf ure later toe idle sy te lekker weer en dis 'n gevoel wat jy aan niemand kan verduidelik nie!

    So geniet jou gevoel en ek glo die smile sal lank nog op die gesig geplak bly!
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    Veels geluk

    En wie het die bier gedrink. Jy kon nie met daai smile nie.

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    still smiling!







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    Congrats..!! You absolutely deserve to fully enjoy your baby.. May she give you endless pleasure for many year to come.!
    95, 3L V6, LWB Pajero, Replacement front Alloy bumper, 31x10.5 Copper STT's, Dual batteries.

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    WELL DONE!!! There is nothing more satifying than doing a job like this, yourself.... What you have put in is what you'll get out.

    I'm sure this vehicle will make many memories....


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    4e, Well Done!

    Wish you many many happy miles
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    4e, Well Done!

    Wish you many many happy miles ........
    ........ when I get the MAF sorted. It's hunting and dying at idle and causing drivability issues.

    I'm considering dumping it in pure alcohol for an hour or two and letting dry for a day or two. R4790.00 from the dealers is something my wallet can't handle now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4ePikanini View Post
    I'm considering dumping it in pure alcohol for an hour or two and letting dry for a day or two.
    I hope it's fixed when you recover from the babalas!


    Phone Martin (Parthunt) for a price on a replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4ePajero View Post

    Phone Martin (Parthunt) for a price on a replacement.
    No stock

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    There's not much around that gives me the pleasure of seeing an engine rebuilt - and having a particular fondness for Ford 3l (that also runs in the family) I've done my fair share of rebuilds. Thanks for the great writeup, I enjoyed it lots!

    Also, a special noddy badge for your dad for teaching you the value (and obvious enjoyment) of mechanical work.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4ePikanini View Post
    With just about everything bolted on, I am proud to say I don't have any bolts lying around needing a home.
    Sies, mens moet ALTYD spares oorh!

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    Great stuff.

    If your enjgne is running smoothly when higher revs is applied such as during driving, the MAF sensor is probably OK (unplug it while revving slightly to test). Then look at the idle stabilisation valve in the throttle body. Clean it good en give it a slight lube (Q20 or spark should do it). Take note of positions and marks when disassembling.

    If there is an air leak somewhere that could also lead to rough idling and hunting. Check inlet pipes, manifolds and throttle body connections.

    If the engine is hunting during revving as well, then it could quite possibly be the MAF sensor or the throttle posisioning sensor.

    Anyways, enjoy. Geniet die dronkie.

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