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why do you need it so big  :-\
surely stuff you need would fit on a memory stick
hard drives and SSDs are big in size ,get x-rayed  :-\ for security
Everything gets x rayed ;D

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Omega General Help / Re: MOT failure
« on: Today at 22:10:24 »
Struggling to see from the pictures what caused the failure :-/

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Looking for something to carry in hand luggage with a copy of my digital life on it.

At a guess 1TB should be enough.

All recommendations/personal experiences/disaster stories welcome....
Keep it in your pocket ;)
That's to say, your hand luggage may well be hold loaded at the gate ;)

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Would it be a reasonable presumption that a front end kit would have appropriate injectors?

Have seen a choice of Valtek 30/35ohm iirc, and given the price, sub 80 for a rail of 4, a 100k mile service life is pretty reasonable. ;)

That said, Hana 2002 Gold can be had for sub 90...

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Looking for something to carry in hand luggage with a copy of my digital life on it.

At a guess 1TB should be enough.

All recommendations/personal experiences/disaster stories welcome....
Keep it in your pocket ;)

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General Car Chat / Current thinking on lpg injectors
« on: Today at 21:10:05 »
As above, thinking about converting the Trolley in order to a) save some cash, and b) for the experience.

Thinking KME for the ecu and reducer/vapouriser, but unsure re choice of injector. :-\

I appreciate that the effort may not be worth the fuel saving, but it could be a good project...

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The system is deemed sealed if it contains loses of upto 10% per year. Some cars will hold it for longer. Aircon systems are generally aluminium which can become porous over time.

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There are various seals throughout the system, including at the evaporator behind the dash...

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General Car Chat / Re: Rare sight indeed
« on: Today at 17:42:00 »
Saw an M reg Cavalier 1.6 LS saloon today looking very tidy in a dark metallic grey...

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Omega General Help / Re: MOT failure
« on: Today at 17:39:32 »
Now remove the covers from the rear end of the sills INSIDE the wheel arches. And if possible from your pit, look very closely at the areas where the triangular plates bolt on.

And report back  ;)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Word Association.
« on: Today at 16:50:23 »
Threesome

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General Discussion Area / Re: What A Slapper!!
« on: Today at 16:49:45 »
Am I the only person disappointed by that link? :D

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Not an Omega specific item by any stretch of the imagination.

R134a replaced R12 through the late '80s/early '90s.

Stands to reason that 30 years later R134a should be replaced.

As to the second question, in theory yes. Provided the seals are compatible or have been replaced with ones that are.

Whether this is cost effective or not on a 20 year old Vauxhall is a very different question.

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Many thanks.  Mine is a year 2000 one, last few I think before the Facelift versions so yep assume they changed.

I'll keep my eye out for a good switch as I can at least mess with that one before I prod about with the one on the car  :y
A new one should be easy enough to come by... Used on most Vauxhalls of that age :y

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