MORAY The Moray Council, Local Heritage Centre, Institution Road, Elgin, IV30 1RP (01343 569011)
Files SO 1 – 7647; record of withdrawn files to SO 9999, file of official circulars. Held off-site so prior notice required.
So you may have to send an actual “Letter” (Dont lick the stamp or the envelope, remember the BatFlu)
Then somebody will pop into the library to find that for you … on INSTITUITION ROAD
I think the paint code is “Metallic Tarmac” it seems invisible to people changing lane and pulling out of junctions, air-horn upgrade is awaiting a dry weekend, assuming nothing important falls off before then.
the leaking water pump has finally been released! Head is off as well as it was cheaper than buying one of those fancy scope things. Will be dropping the oil at some point, will see what state that’s in (no filter on this engine, 2k miles oil change). With that combo of things to look at can see what the next steps are.
For something with so few electrics on, needs a lot of wires looking at, being able to see the bare wire in too many places makes me nervous and reminds me of an incident on the A34
This also answered “Why is the air intake attached to the slam panel with shonky cable ties?”
That is because the plastic push rivets that used to hold it in place are in the air filter along with enough vegetation and dead insects to start a small compost heap.
The car has a bit more enthusiasm in getting out of its own way with a fresh filter, the intake is now taking cold air and the resonator box makes a “You are going really fast now” intake noise.
I wonder if the main hose could be adapted to be used for crowd control, think the Boris water cannon truck but MANY times more powerful.
Should be able to shift Insulate Britain protesters without having to come to a complete stop
Well, the invisible Lancer does indeed have the motivation to get out of its own way now.
New air filter, resonator box fitted properly to the filter box, adjusted throttle cable to enable full beans mode.
This means heel-n-toe is perfectly possible, even in Sainsbury car park.
The new front pads fitted in January have left the building at 3,000 miles
Not a huge surprise though, parts have been sitting in the corner of my Office for a while and I shall have New calipers with Brembo consumables for them to chew up.
The old ones juddered but passed at MOT time.
To my complete amazement, the ZS has an OBD port and I could see the Engine light Pissy-Fit was a low voltage report, Torque-Lite cleared the fault code and since the fitment of a battery full of Volts the pesky orange Doom-Goblin has stayed off.
Its a Rover 414 Si that I would like to examine with T4 or what ever a MEMs EFi system uses.