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  1. uk cars had aircon as an option but it was so damn expensive that almost noone took it!
  2. yep exactly 50 miles for me too but I do boost it now and then, mostly short journeys/town driving.
  3. Good to hear matey :D Got a scan of the chart so we can see how the power is delivered by any chance? Once you get a decat and downpipe it'll fly!
  4. I mentioned this in the other thread: I had the same problem with a Sony headunit, the solution is to connect the negatives of all the speaker outs to the headunits ground, works fine for me.
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    Looks very clean mate. Have your front windows got a mirror tint by any chance?
  6. Its the charcoal canister, dont worry about it. The other noise that you might hear is bubbling water flowing back to the resevoir after a hard run, thats normal too.
  7. same here! that one looks stunning
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    Welcome! A very clean 2 you have there
  9. thanks :group-cuddles:
  10. Thanks for the replies dudes :group-cuddles: Yeah the SAFC2 lets you adjust the fuel-air ratio at whatever rpm you want... need to get it set up at an RR session though really (which I havn't done yet ). I'm waiting to get an A-pillar guage so I can mount the boost guage properly, it's been sitting there for months now and the bracket has scratched the dash so i need to repsray that aswell.
  11. As Bibbs said best way to eliminate all the problems at once is to use a new loom straight from the battery. I had the same problem with the headunit turning off randomly until I found out I hadn't connected both power lines to the unit (red + yellow) so that whenever the stock ariel popped up it switched off. The buzzing is an earth problem that I had too, try connecting all the speaker -ve's from the ps2 to ground. That worked for my headunit!
  12. Thanks for the comments guys, the thing mounted in the roof is a SAFC-2 and the dials are from http://speedhut.com. They're very popular among mr2 folk, you can get a set for about £70+ I think but make sure you get the right set of dials!
  13. Havn't taken any pics in ages so I thought I might take some in this nice weather :P.
  14. To be safe, I'd create a seperate fused power and ground lead for the TV unit if I were you. The speaker wires of course can be shared without any problems.
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    Slippy Tyres

    agreed, the NS-2's are quite good! They came with my alloys (245/215). In the dry they have excellent grip, though in the wet theyre not quite as good. Lasts forever too
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