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    4 pin, 2x earth, 1x 12v power supply and 1x signal
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    so they also have built in ignitors which is excellent. Please post a pic sometime
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    I will be honest... I found the 20v conversion very simple, seems like some people make it out to be harder than it actually is! I purchased my water kit, spigot bearing etc from SAMQ here on the forums. He was very helpful and the kit works well. There are a few fluctuations in water pressure from standard, however I was to expect this when doing such a conversion.

    As for a thermostat, I had a funky idea on how to make a housing actually look good! I purchased 2x 32mm V8 thermostat housings from a small block Chevrolet. By placing a thermostat in between the two, bolting them together and mounting them to the block, this makes for an effective, easy to maintain pressure system. It will not work if you require a heater, but on my 86 makes my engine bay just the little bit cleaner!

    Also, I just cut a hole in my firewall, makes up for the lack of heater I will fix up the hole when winter and early morning driving is over!
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    thanks! although don't talk to me about holes in firewalls!

    Things are likely to get even simpler soon, if things work out the way I expect then there should be two new distinctly different options of rear wheel drive compatiable air boxes, neither being made from my workshop unfortunetly but still. Also a Yager replacement pipe is in the works seeing they are no longer available.
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    Do tell about these two options...

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    I think there are 4 air-boxes available or going to be available for a 20V- Nobby Booth, Plasmaman, GTiR adaption and another one which I need to post a picture of.

    The GTiR intake adaption has a thread on here about the progress of it, and the last one is about a manifold I can source and then modify myself to suit rear wheel drive. I doubt it will be worth my time though as it would cost in the region of $580. Well regardless I will get a picture up
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    I will shortly have a new water outlet available with a built in thermostat that should look really good. I will be an improvment of the Yager design which is no longer available as of a year ago. Is anyone interested in doing a test fit of one?
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