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Offline Dave2302

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Puma V6 Cossie 4x4 Update
« on: June 27, 2011, 18:27:13 PM »


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Re: Puma V6 Cossie 4x4 Update
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2011, 23:58:27 PM »
Nice Dave - I didn't know about all that anti fire stuff - spose you have to have it but I'd like it for my road car, for peace of mind. My dad Taunus burnt out starting from the bay when I was a kid - we had to all get out and run for it cos the oncoming wind had carried the fire to the boot. my old man still got his tool box out the boot, which by then was roasting and burnt his hand  :rolleyes:- I digress  ;D
Anyway, you better fix the battery down somehow mate :police: :o ... ;D

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Re: Puma V6 Cossie 4x4 Update
« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2011, 09:26:19 AM »
LOL, yeah they don't half go up quick when they catch fire ;)

The minimum system for MSA Regs is a 2.25 litre with 2 nozzles in engine bay, but I've gone for the 4 litre with 4 nozzles, 2 to be fitted in the front footwells, plus the 2 already done under the bonnet  ;)

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