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Old 14th January 2022, 12:24   #1
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Old 14th January 2022, 12:35   #2
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I have seen it and none of the jobs they did would be the way i would go about them why not remove the rear fire wall plates, to gain access to the plugs? for one.
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On my watch list to have a look at later.
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Old 14th January 2022, 16:10   #4
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I have seen it and none of the jobs they did would be the way i would go about them why not remove the rear fire wall plates, to gain access to the plugs? for one.
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Always a good idea, I've put sound deadening material on mine as well, I want my ZT as quiet as possible in the cabin.
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Old 14th January 2022, 17:36   #5
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I felt they didn't address the real issues that we all know about, To me it made them look very uninformed.
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We hid the information from them Dave. Not sharing your VIS motor upgrades.
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