Anyone in UK have SBF 157 tooth flywheel for 351W surplus to requirements
Any condition suitable as only required for template, will return to you when finished if you want it back
Let me know cost with delivery to Copdock, IP83JF please
Payment by Paypal or EFT whichever suits
I am in with $100 ...., I think if purchased they should only be available to people who support the forum and not freely available to anybody who only registers, this at least would help Ron towards the costs of keeping the forum going.
I have the following parts for sale. They were supplied by Keith Craft with the engine I bought from them. ECU includes map for 408 SBF. Only used to map engine on dyno.
XFI™ Standalone Fuel Injection System
XFI™ Fuel Injection System Main Wiring Harness
Thought as much :cry:
Now that there is finally a dividend, to get caught a second time because of exchange rates is not nice. :veryangry:
I suppose I should be grateful as I had only started to make payments on the car and so my loss is only minor compared to others here on the forum.
Money transfered to bank account but only seem to have got about 7 or 9 cent to the dollar depending when the rate was calculated (on todays rate or when the loss took place).
Has anyone received any written information as to how this was calculated and what date was used.
This is why I started the post because in all previous dealings I always seemed to be one of the last to receive any correspondence because it was always sent by post.
In this case they only seem to have sent out the request for details by e-mail and I was a bit suspicious as nobody else had...
Just received this e-mail this morning from CJL Partners, has anyone else received similar as there is no mention of what dividend will be paid and I have so far not received any correspondence in the post as has been usual previously -all details (e-mail address) etc are the same as any e-mails...
The saying "Anything for a quiet life" definitely does not apply to you at the moment, and by the way you are stark raving mad but you still produce some fabulous products.
Long may it continue and I wish you luck in your new surroundings!