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About NuckingFuts

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    Rambling musings from the voices in my head...

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    Behind You...
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    Most stuff, just ask.
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    Packet Core Design Engineer

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  • Garage
    E30 325i Turbo, E39 540iA Touring BiarritzBlau SE, '99 TitanSilver M5

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  1. NuckingFuts

    E39 M5 Front brake calipers and carriers **PRICE DROP**

    Given the price of the other two sets on here, so am I.
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    B12 Pro kit

    Has anyone got a kit (with self levelling) for the E39 V8 touring or anyone got a link to get it cheaper than current RRP? Or even KW V1/V2? cheers
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    E39 M5 Front brake calipers and carriers **PRICE DROP**

    Bump surely someone wants these?!
  4. NuckingFuts

    E39 M5 Front brake calipers and carriers **PRICE DROP**

    Still for sale... while these have been refurbished, as you can see in the photos, the outside of these *ARE NOT* brand new, they have marks, they are painted with years of grime and dirt. They work perfectly, they did before, and were tested after the rebuild. I admit, while I did hand sand the inside of the piston housing, they’re not perfect / in mint condition. These years of appreciation of road flavour, do not, in any way, affect the usability nor performance. I have to reiterate, THEY ARE NOT PERFECT, so please don’t expect brand new calipers for the price. indeed I can sand down any imperfections and flat & smooth, then paint them, however it would not be economically viable. If people are interested, I will have another set for sale soon, with discs, still rebuilt and working but not perfect, all for the princely sum of £150. Again, they’re not free of imperfections, they’ve been painted but have signs of use and again, come with brand new braided lines, new seals and pistons as well as new but used bleed nipples. Thanks Deepan.
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    Thinkware F770 Hardwire

    You can make the tea, and point out when I'm doing something wrong if that makes you feel any better
  6. NuckingFuts

    Thinkware F770 Hardwire

    That’s ok, I can drive the car to you (once I get the alignment done at Pro-Tyre Slough)
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    Thinkware F770 Hardwire

    That’s ok, I have drugs for that C’mon you know you want to do it. Come down tomorrow evening and we can make some progress at least with the wiring
  8. NuckingFuts

    Thinkware F770 Hardwire

    I’ll give that a try. Thanks. I may try and hide some slack in the passenger side rear cubby hole, where the CD changer used to hide. I’ll be mounting some of my Audison kit there when I get round to running my audio cable. @DennisCooper doesn’t get his hands dirty with cabling any more so I have to do it all on my lonesome.
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    Thinkware F770 Hardwire

    Hey Dan, I did indeed read through that after I posted the original message. I’ve had it in and working for some time now, slot 7 for battery/live and slot 43 for accessory in the fuse panel above the glovebox and a chassis bolt for ground/earth. I did have a battery drain issue, but that had nothing to do with the dash cam itself. The issue I have at present is that for the rear camera I have a lot of slack in the cable (about a foot) that I need to hide but can’t think where to hide it. Cheers NF aka Deepan
  10. NuckingFuts

    Brake upgrades

    You have PM.
  11. NuckingFuts

    Thinkware F770 Hardwire

    Sorry for reprising evidence of my ineptitude but, Has anyone installed one of these or indeed any dash cam with a separate rear camera at all? I’ve got *a lot* of slack in the rear camera cable and nowhere to hide it so at the moment it just sits dangling. Can anyone show me where I’ve gone wrong and where to hide the extra cable please? Muchos thanks NF aka Deepan
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