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  2. Setup looks nice there. But you don't need to relocate fuse box for most of the after market manifolds. I was only aware the GE engine only suited the mk3 IACV. Is your's auto?
  3. Wez

    Cryto Currency

    Yup, I am thinking a pump and dump, be interesting to see how it affects crypto valuations.
  4. TT FFIM wont work. Heads are different. Here is what i have done. GE lower runners welded to GTE intake, GTE cam covers, GTE PS banjo with PS tank, GTE FMIC setup. You also need GTE IACV as GE uses IAC. You can get aftermarket FFIM for GE but that would involve relocating fuse box and battery.
  5. It gives it an initial market cap of circa £73 bill, share price x circulating shares. 21' Q1 revenue of ~$2 bill. Believe it's one of the highest value listings in history. Should be interesting, like you say, lets see what the market decides. I'm 95% certain it'll hit twice initial listing price by the end of the day, then dump tomorrow .
  6. Wez

    Cryto Currency

    $250 per share, isnt that valuation a bit high, be interesting to see what happens.
  7. Coinbase floats on the Nasdaq today under the ticker COIN, @ $250 per share. Possibly a volatile day ahead, should the share price go north quickly (i expect it will) btc will likely do similar.
  8. Wez

    Cryto Currency

    Seems like quite a few are on the up at the moment.
  9. Dnk

    Cryto Currency

    Looking like XRP will break $2.00 very soon Bitcoin ATH and now over $64,000
  10. Yesterday
  11. I have just seen this in fb no idea why the club owner hasn’t put it on here and then people wonder why the forum is quiet as he doesn’t even use it himself
  12. Noz

    Insurance

    Do people your age even need insurance
  13. That would be wonderful! I’ll pm you
  14. evinX

    Speedo

    Oooo i got one of those in mine when my speedo was done. Was told that peice was original
  15. Yeah, would consider a flappy paddle 8 speed zf box once they nail the conversion, I hear slow speed driving is a little compromised at present. other than that, v160/v161
  16. Ric

    Insurance

    Just gone with Reis.
  17. I'm with Heritage this year (previously Footman James). They came out quite a bit better price-wise for me, agreed value, modifications etc.
  18. Whifbitz used to do off the shelf forged exchange engines, not sure if they still do
  19. Don't bother with Hagerty, they only do stock or what you can convince them is stock, really, honestly. I recall that Lancaster are OK with mods and they email you an agreed value certificate too that you can stick on your garage wall.
  20. You can be brave and have a go, not difficult if you have the correct tools and clean work space. I had my bottom end forged by James Hart, not sure if he's still operating though. But he did a great job and the engines been mapped making good power and running sweet as. My plan B was to get SRD to build it, you will pay for it, but then it's worry free and future proofed with the forge build. They finished my car off and did the mapping, 110% worth it.
  21. Whifbitz, SRD and Chris Wilson are forum favourites for engine builds. Putting together the engine is fairly straight forward. But when encountering a problem experience is needed. If you want the challenge do your research and give it ago. But if you want peace of mind it's worth paying someone.
  22. Noz

    Insurance

    Another vote for Reis.
  23. AC93

    Insurance

    I've with Sky, but come renewal if I can't increase the value (currently capped at £30k) then i'll have to looks elsewhere. I've heard Reis Motorsport are good too.
  24. Hi all, I know insurance posts have been done but now that prices are going up - who does the best cover for modified and limited use vehicles - do they agree a value (how is this determined as prices are rising) - multi-car, I have a few cars - any firms to avoid so far from research Sky | Green light | Keith Michael's any help would be appreciated
  25. Hi all, I'm looking to get the bottom end rebuilt on my 2jz. I think I'm going to go cp pistons and manley h beams, along with king racing washer and bearings. Arp studs aswell of course. Could i get some recommendations on who/what garage to use, closer to the midlands/staffordshire the better. Or even if it's worth having a go myself? Cheers
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