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Join Date: Mar 2003
Re: Sunny and NZ gave me an IDEA!
Hmm. Not as much interest as I'd hoped for, had been hoping to turn it into a club day out.
I would ask probably something around $150 for parts - manifold, pump, computer, injectors/sensors etc. Could do you a dizzy as well if you wanted but is not really necessary.
(yes NZ i know its different, but it makes no difference to the running of the motor :s6:)
To install it - I dunno, what'dya reckon's fair? Probably a couple hours work, all up.
Time is not important to me, the gear's not going anywhere and if we hold off a bit longer we might get enough people to put together a day out (I really want that, can you tell?)
j biafra88: Don't sell the Falcon, with a little work and not much money, depending on condition, you can keep them reliable and trouble-free for years.
Although I'm not one of those rabid "this brand must be best because I drive one" people, in fact drove a Holden panelvan before and plan to do it up, getting the Falcon has converted me. I sincerely believe these are some of the most reliable and best value cars out there. The famous head gasket is usually caused by inattention or ignorance on the part of mechanics, not something you will have to worry about with all these people to help :)
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Pacemaker headers + 2.5" exhaust
EF Fairmont interior
Lowered King springs
5 speed manual
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