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 on: Yesterday at 17:13:28 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Jimbob
quickest way ive ever found is to dose the nest with wd40, as its oil based they hate it,hover around for a few hours trying to get back in then off to the next place :y

Hmmm maybe its Wasp Deterrent 40, not Water Dispercement 40 ;D ;D ;D

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 on: Yesterday at 17:06:29 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Omegatoy
quickest way ive ever found is to dose the nest with wd40, as its oil based they hate it,hover around for a few hours trying to get back in then off to the next place :y

 43 
 on: Yesterday at 16:59:57 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Omegatoy
 ;D having worked in the auctions for 4 years, had loads of big bargains!
usually paid half retail, ran them a year or 2, then sold on for more than i paid!
having said that, I am conversant with most tricks the auctioneers use,

its pretty difficult when your lusting after a particular/model spec, etc to see the bids bounciung off the walls and the auction houses own bidders,but once you know, its easy to say no thanks,often the bidding stops then! the auctioneers then have a conflab of its close to reserve and offer it to you at you last bid,
which of course was the rough price you had determined having given the vehicle a good going over in the run up,to be the right price, you would pay for the car,

if a dealer waants a particular model and has none on the forecourt which he knows he will shift easily they will often bid over trade price just to keep thier stock moving around,if a large dealer,car supermarket etc, has a car sat for moe than 6 weeks its often shipped to another dealer, then sent to auction if it still dont sell, its all about keeping the forecourt looking as if its busy

 44 
 on: Yesterday at 16:49:22 
Started by STEMO - Last post by STEMO
Sorry, Opti, it's the future. You'll mellow once you've bought one:y

Never.

As for derv being the future......... ;D ;D ;D
It's the future as far as people your age are concerned.  ;D

 45 
 on: Yesterday at 16:46:37 
Started by Barry Hewes - Last post by tunnie
Yup, that's first action, throttle body cleaning is dead easy on 2.2  :y

 46 
 on: Yesterday at 16:35:29 
Started by Barry Hewes - Last post by RobG
Tried this? http://www.omegaowners.com/forum/index.php?topic=90528.0

 47 
 on: Yesterday at 16:34:35 
Started by STEMO - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
Sorry, Opti, it's the future. You'll mellow once you've bought one:y

Never.

As for derv being the future......... ;D ;D ;D

Yes, clearly the future is electric.

For a short while perhaps. I'm hoping hydrogen will take over.


 48 
 on: Yesterday at 16:27:51 
Started by Barry Hewes - Last post by Barry Hewes
Hi Omega Lovers. Mine has started to play about. The idle goes up and down, when you accelerate, ie put load on when in gear, the car hunts pulling forward being an automatic and stalls. I've check all the usual, and bought new Jubilee clips for the air intake to the Throttle Body. Checked for pressure leaks and can't find any or see anything visual. Take the car on the road and it gets up to speed with no problems it's just this idle problem. Can anyone help please, it would be nice to have info from anyone who has had the same problem. Thanks Barry.

 49 
 on: Yesterday at 16:25:39 
Started by STEMO - Last post by aaronjb
Sorry, Opti, it's the future. You'll mellow once you've bought one:y

Never.

As for derv being the future......... ;D ;D ;D

Yes, clearly the future is electric.

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 on: Yesterday at 16:13:37 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Tilbo
Bought a few cars from auctions in the past best was a Sierra estate paid around 1800 for it was written off by a tractor about 10 days after buying it and got 2500 from the insurers, always bought cars with low owners & full history never had a bad one.

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