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And this should be a 'Sticky'


don't worry - it definitely will be :)

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by the way, my guru always tells me to deburr the timing gears if they're new, and to disassemble and deburr the oil pump


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by the way, my guru always tells me to deburr the timing gears if they're new, and to disassemble and deburr the oil pump

Um, Minis don't have timing gears... with a chain they are called sprockets :wink:

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Nit picker :) I love it! :lol:
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Still writing up a "Finnal finnalised finnal draft that will be used to make a finnal".... I'm still checking the thread so if anyone's missed anything or you'd like to add your tips now's your chance :) Should be done in a couple of hours.

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I'm still checking the thread so if anyone's missed anything or you'd like to add your tips now's your chance :) Should be done in a couple of hours.

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I reckon a nice blue text would be more astectically pleasing and would help align the ying with the yang

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:lol: If thats all I need to do to make you happy, then consider it done :lol:


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:lol: If thats all I need to do to make you happy, then consider it done :lol:



Orrrrrrrrrr fanks P.K. :wink:

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Alright, hide your kids, hide your wife, cos I just finished..............






THE FINNAL FINNAL OF THE FINNAL "HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR A SERIES ENGINE..."




Make sure your happy, and if no one dissagrees, we'll submit it and get this turned in to the longest Ausmini How To ever :) (see the second post of this thread for "THE FINNAL FINAL OF THE FINNAL HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR A SERIES ENGINE" )


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Alright, hide your kids, hide your wife, cos I just finished..............






THE FINAL FINAL OF THE FINAL "HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR A SERIES ENGINE..."



Make sure your happy, and if no one dissagrees, we'll submit it and get this turned in to the longest Ausmini How To ever :) (see the second post of this thread for "THE FINAL FINAL OF THE FINAL HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR A SERIES ENGINE" )


can I go through when we make it a how-to and correct the spelling mistakes? :D


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Alright, hide your kids, hide your wife, cos I just finished..............






THE FINAL FINAL OF THE FINAL "HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR A SERIES ENGINE..."



Make sure your happy, and if no one dissagrees, we'll submit it and get this turned in to the longest Ausmini How To ever :) (see the second post of this thread for "THE FINAL FINAL OF THE FINAL HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR A SERIES ENGINE" )


can I go through when we make it a how-to and correct the spelling mistakes? :D


:oops: yes please Simon :oops:

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can I go through when we make it a how-to and correct the spelling mistakes? :D


:evil: :evil: :evil: NO NO NO.

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NO



That's the best part................................ :wink:



NO

Got it?

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simon k wrote:
Phat Kat wrote:
Alright, hide your kids, hide your wife, cos I just finished..............






THE FINAL FINAL OF THE FINAL "HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR A SERIES ENGINE..."



Make sure your happy, and if no one dissagrees, we'll submit it and get this turned in to the longest Ausmini How To ever :) (see the second post of this thread for "THE FINAL FINAL OF THE FINAL HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR A SERIES ENGINE" )


can I go through when we make it a how-to and correct the spelling mistakes? :D


NO WAY Simon, that's Willys job, he is the one that reckons our spelling and grammar is deplorable. :)

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OH CRAP THERE'S 1 "N" IN ""FINAL"".... I should have spent less time chasing girls and playing guitar at school and more time paying attention....

There are 7,308 words in that how to simon.... I hope they aren't all wrong... it took me in total between the first one and this "final" one 5 hours to write that.... I hope it doesn't take you that long to fix the typos :lol:


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Spelling mistakes are easy to fix, just cut and paste the whole thing into MS Word or something similar and do a spelling check. Word will even pick up the grammatical errors for you....


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MiniKit wrote:
Spelling mistakes are easy to fix, just cut and paste the whole thing into MS Word or something similar and do a spelling check. Word will even pick up the grammatical errors for you....


Yeah, I wrote the whole thing out in word first hoping to do just that.... but I think a few mistakes might have slipped between the cracks :? I should just try harder, and slow down when I type.


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