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Old 05-05-2005, 23:54   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking at fitting a 6/71 blower to my AU XR8. Does anyone know what the ADR's are in NSW about anything sticking out the bonnet??? I cant find out anything from the RTA.

Does anyone know any engineers in Sydney?
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as you said a real blower- hope to have mine in by end of year , got 2 blowers but no donk yet- saving for a stroker clevo
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Re: A real blower

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I'm looking at fitting a 6/71 blower to my AU XR8. Does anyone know what the ADR's are in NSW about anything sticking out the bonnet??? I cant find out anything from the RTA.

Does anyone know any engineers in Sydney?
You need a copy of the adrs or speak to an engineer , aus.cars and speak to Athol , ( drives a 350 powered volvo) he lives in newcastle .
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Must not restrict vision and no moving parts..Even the old shacker would be sus...But thats different as its fitted by manufacterer....
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