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I found this guide quite helpful when I was going through my own private hell with IVA: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/individual-vehicle-approval-iva-for-cars-help-to-get-a-pass/individual-vehicle-approval-iva-for-cars-help-to-get-a-pass - and yes, IVA is harder than SVA, which I happi...
Hi Peter, I can't honestly remember if Gerry gave me the weights or not, but imagine he would have. Digging around I have looked out my 2005 Kit Car magazine supplement "Kit Cars and the Law" which was a great help when building as it gives a step by step guide to the SVA, which includes the filling...
- Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:37 pm
- Forum: For Sale / Wanted
- Topic: Pair of P700 ‘tripod’ headlamps - now SOLD
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I ditched my tripod lights for Cibe Iodes with uprated PIAA bulbs. The P700 tripod lights do not have very well defined beams and the dip is straight down rather than to the left hand side.
The axle weights on the VOSA certificate are the design weights of the vehicle not the actual weight of the vehicle, that is the maximum weight the axles are designed to carry when fully laden. In my case Jag IRs, Ford 302, the axle weights are 650 kg front, 750 kg rear and 1400 kg total. The actual...
- Fri Nov 01, 2019 1:16 pm
- Forum: Tech Stuff
- Topic: Edelbrock Performer erratic water temperature
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I don't know the coolant capacity of the Rover engine/radiator, but in the Ford it is about 12 pints. The expansion of water from room temperature to boiling point is about 4% so will require at least 1/2 pint free space to take up the expansion. If you have no thermostat causing the coolant to only...