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Omega General Help / Re: Centre console switch fascia buttons
« on: 20 August 2019, 18:35:40 »
Also.....silicone cockpit spray,spells death to your switches.....grim stuff >:(

Omega General Help / Re: Wheel arch replacement.
« on: 20 August 2019, 18:13:38 »
Thanks for the heads up Lizzie, Kent is a bit nearer for me and will certainly take a look at their services :y

Omega General Help / Wheel arch replacement.
« on: 20 August 2019, 16:02:17 »
Looking for recommendations to get them done properly,I'm happy to travel a reasonable distance, as long as the  work is of a good standard.Not looking for any bodge jobs,because I'm able to do those myself ;)

General Car Chat / Re: Ebay irmscher omega!!!!!
« on: 20 July 2019, 16:17:37 »
This was on FB,and it looks like it was sold last month for 2250 in Kent....make of it what you will :-\

General Car Chat / Re: Ebay irmscher omega!!!!!
« on: 20 July 2019, 10:58:59 »
Buyer are about to be mugged off...bigtime!! :o

Having attended also,I did think that we were a bit tight on available space,unlike previous venues. That's a big old airfield,but as Keith says there were clubs that had bigger plots and fewer cars,I think they will have to sort this out for next year....that's if we go back there or move on to another venue. :-\

No change there then Trevor :'(

Be rude not to :y

I pre paid,19 which covered both days,plus 90 for the onsite hotel....didn't fancy doing the 80 mile drive up twice over the two days,plus  there's going to be the end of day piss up,no doubt ;)

Going to bring one of the Omegas,the VXR8 can stay at home,as the last time I took it to the VBOA there was very little interest in it. But the very small number of Omegas that were there saw a steady stream of lookers. 

Omega General Help / Re: 3.2 Breather pipes.
« on: 08 June 2019, 17:57:22 »
Probably N/A as well :(

Omega General Help / Re: 3.2 Breather pipes.
« on: 08 June 2019, 15:15:27 »
I think Terry is right about the four hoses,and apparently this is what has happened,as Serek did mention something about a vacuum leak because of one of the pipe ends not being very tight...possibly slightly split......I wasn't paying much attention,as usual ::) but he did say they would have to be secondhand,that much I do remember. The car is running fine for the time being and can wait a week or two as its got to go back in for the crankshaft seal,and I may have found the bits needed by then....or not!! :D Thanks to everyone for the advice,and this goes to show how the new spares situation is getting a bit grim, and relying on secondhand parts is going to get harder as the prices are getting silly.

Omega General Help / Re: 3.2 Breather pipes.
« on: 07 June 2019, 19:11:51 »
Meant to say.....HBV was changed by removing the plenum etc and accessing it from a different way but not  quite as described in the help section on this forum :)

Omega General Help / Re: 3.2 Breather pipes.
« on: 07 June 2019, 19:02:08 »
As advised by Serek,message says breather pipes need changing and would think vacuum,also pipe from front of plenum to the expansion tank,problem found during HBV change.Can't ask him ...he's gone on a trip to Turkey. 8)

Omega General Help / 3.2 Breather pipes.
« on: 07 June 2019, 16:40:44 »
One of the 3.2's was in at Serek's place today for an HBV change and to identify an oil leak (crankshaft seal) :o It was pointed out that the breather pipes were a bit past their best and new ones were needed. Question being....that it's unlikely to find new ones,so as a long shot,does anyone know is it likely that silicone replacements are available....somewhere out there. :-\

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