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    John Zrinzo
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    2011 NA evora C/R6sp
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    tvs 1900 S/C
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  1. Just noticed the Toyota part sticker in that pic. I googled Toyota Camry fuel sender. Looks like it's close. Definitely the same connector
  2. Unfortunately the S1 uses a different connector. It's more like a triangle 3pin holes(2 used for fuel level) and 2 pin holes for the pump next to it. Wish I got a pic of the connector itself. If I can track down the correct connector. But that just leaves the unit as the last part of the puzzle. Can it support up to 20 amps or should it be modified..
  3. Yeah, it was swapped. I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did. Almost 15k miles. So the next place that could burn up right now is the connection at the unit or the wire itself.
  4. So had a slight issue with my car, I burned the inertia switch plug. I currently have an upgraded fuel pump with a 20amp fuse with the tvs1900 supercharger. I wonder if this is too much for the stock wiring. Do they make a unit where I can run a new connector to it? I would want to use the stock fuel pump wiring to activate a relay that has upgraded wire from the junction block to the fuel unit
  5. "home safe" in the owners manual about when they are on and you get out and use the remote to lock the doors the light button will flash and the lights will turn off after x amount of time.
  6. I ended up going with the hethelsport bumpers. I was rear-ended and needed a rear bumper and I hit a raccoon one night and cracked the front one.
  7. Anyone manage to get a pic of the oil cooler or have the install directions? Just curious how they mount.
  8. I have seen a few kits for an aftermarket transmission cooler. I don't see any installation pictures. Anyone do this and have pictures? Or can tell me where the cooler mounts? Thanks, John
  9. I was just curious where it attached to. I'd imagine it attaches to the galvanized frame along the bottom. I already have an Evora 400 style undertray to help with cooling.
  10. I've had this on my NA for almost 10k and the clutch is still ok. Approaching 45k on stock clutch.
  11. Just make sure you contact deroure before ordering. The PN for the S and NA is showing the same. The hose is different.
  12. If you give me a few days, I may have 1 laying around from when I added the SC to my NA.
  13. I can't seem to find any pictures of this kit installed on any cars. Wondering if its worth it for a street/less than a handful of HPDEs a year. car is around 500HP. The gears, diff and clutch are going to be swapped out when this one fails, just trying to have my ducks in a line.
  14. Yes, in an email I was directed to the parts operations manager and he assured me the parts were in stock and that there must have been a miscommunication of sorts. So that's all taken care of. Following that email exchange Brian and I had a few more emails and I spoke to him yesterday for almost an hour. Very knowledgeable of the car inside and out. The "known gearbox issue" was a bit of a sticking point between us, as he did bring up good points as he had mentioned some customers had claimed they drove like a little old lady then the ECU would show time sitting on the limiter was except
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