MCO extension pretty much expected. Can buy Engine stand and cherry picker in the meantime.I removed the old leather. It was already hard and deteriorating. Agree with u that it looks chunky but it feels the same to me.
DIY timing belt?
Nope..I did thought about it and almost bought the cam holder tool from AliExpress for less than RM300. That is until the oil seal at the engine output drive to gearbox starts to leak. The gearbox needs to be out of the car to fix this and i dont have sufficient tools + skills for this thus will send it to a workshop.
DIY oil sump gasket pun jadi lah..hahah.
Will post pic on that as i really wanted to see the oil squirter which spray oil under the piston? i read somewhere the engine has it, not sure proton version have it or not.
No...No...i dont want to (scared to be exact ) to 'damage' your steering.wah.... can I send my Wira SE steering wheel to you?... so you can practice more. hehehe...
This is an awesome job, nicely wrapped and stitched. Can imagine the labour needed. Are you in the upholstery business?
and here i thought i did a decent jobDone reinstall.
I should have put more glue at the left spoke.can see the material not sticking at the spoke.At least next time i know exactly what to do and where to do it.
BTW the gear lever is also new as old one broke at the stem. Was searching for quite some time until it pops up for sale in shopee. Its different from 1.6 as 1.8 got OD button on the lever.
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What ironic is that the original leather used to wrapped the steering also have wrinkle at the same spot the new one have....left of the bottom spoke.
Timing belt change + oil seal at the engine + valve cover, then i will diy the sump gasket.
Only after all that a fresh coat of paint will complete this car.
Now gatal tangan want to do the same for my BLM steering...If MCO extend ( most probably ) then there is a high chance this will happen.
Nope...I am a regular guy whom work for regular monthly salary.This is an awesome job, nicely wrapped and stitched. Can imagine the labour needed. Are you in the upholstery business?
This is from Indonesia. Now itchy....very itchy...I kept on checking the rear tire....hahahha.Promo price, so are these made in China. If not mistaken the Pirelli Dragon Sports are from their China factory
Means sticky rubbers, I have seen slicks on a track car at one of the tyre shop I go to. They were fitting at the front of the shop then drove to the rear for alignment. Reach there full of pebbles stuck to the tyres.......lolThis is from Indonesia. Now itchy....very itchy...I kept on checking the rear tire....hahahha.
Riders will know this tire as it throws road debris to the rear rider following whoever in the front using this tire.
BTW, the shop also got Michelin slicks for superbike.
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