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AMT Automotive / fuel lab fuel pressure regulators group buy
« on: September 10, 2012, 01:00:40 PM »
Hi all

I am about to order some fuel lab bits and would like to share some discount with you.

The fuel lab 515 fprs are widely available and used all over

They are better then a ebay or fse regulator but not quite as expensive as a aeromotive unit.

the retail is over 160 pounds but if i buy ten i can let them go for 130 each

or 5 is still a saving at 140

Then obvioulsy postage or collection is an option

i wont write down all the specs but in short terms

they have two an-6 inlet ports and on an-6 return port

They are billet aluminium and have a two year uk warranty

They also have a thread for a gauge at the front

and a mounting bracket,

let me know if you are interested.

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AMT Automotive / New Trader on MRC - AMT Automotive
« on: February 22, 2012, 02:48:54 PM »
Hello eveyone on ther mrc

My name is andy and ive just set up as a trader on here to advertise my services

I have been on here for a while as a.tapos but have decided to become sponser as seems the right thing to do

i have been a huge rotory fan since owning my first rex in 2003 and still love them.

hoping to have the demo car (relativley standard but quick) ready for the summer to make a few appearences and meet some more of you

My business is relatively new in the scheme of things but is going well and am very happy with customer feedback.

i am myself 28 and have been a mechanic since i was 16 which is nearly half my life,i started on vauxhalls as a boy then qualified and went to ford guildford.where i went from tech to senior then master technician to warranty diagnostic tech over 5 years so by 25 id done what i wanted.

I thought the only way to go was to start my own garage ive saved and worked very very hard for a long time to do it i am completely self financed so i am extremely passionate about my garage and my customers.

I am very much a diagnostic technician and cover alot of electrical/wiring and ecu based faults that other independants simply cant cover so i get alot of work through my ford/mazda diagnostic equipment and knowledge with a multimeter,obviously i cant do it all as for example i dont weld or fabricate anything

ive owned at least 6 rx7`s from big singles to bog twins and love them(and hate them) ive been rebuilding and repairing them all the time ive owned them.

so although my business isn`t just rotarys i work on alot of modern mazda`s and loads of fords the rotary`s are my love. I cover everything from keyless entry faults on new mondeo`s to building track toy rx7`s

Hope to hear from some of you soon and i will try to have a very small meet here to see some of your cars

Thanks

Andy Tappenden

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New to MRC - introduce yourself / new but not but new
« on: February 22, 2012, 02:47:58 PM »
Hello eveyone on ther mrc

My name is andy and ive just set up as a trader on here to advertise my services

I have been on here for a while as a.tapos but have decided to become sponser as seems the right thing to do

i have been a huge rotory fan since owning my first rex in 2003 and still love them.

hoping to have the demo car (relativley standard but quick) ready for the summer to make a few appearences and meet some more of you

My business is relatively new in the scheme of things but is going well and am very happy with customer feedback.

i am myself 28 and have been a mechanic since i was 16 which is nearly half my life,i started on vauxhalls as a boy then qualified and went to ford guildford.where i went from tech to senior then master technician to warranty diagnostic tech over 5 years so by 25 id done what i wanted.

I thought the only way to go was to start my own garage ive saved and worked very very hard for a long time to do it i am completely self financed so i am extremely passionate about my garage and my customers.

I am very much a diagnostic technician and cover alot of electrical/wiring and ecu based faults that other independants simply cant cover so i get alot of work through my ford/mazda diagnostic equipment and knowledge with a multimeter,obviously i cant do it all as for example i dont weld or fabricate anything

ive owned at least 6 rx7`s from big singles to bog twins and love them(and hate them) ive been rebuilding and repairing them all the time ive owned them.

so although my business isn`t just rotarys i work on alot of modern mazda`s and loads of fords the rotary`s are my love. I cover everything from keyless entry faults on new mondeo`s to building track toy rx7`s

Hope to hear from some of you soon and i will try to have a very small meet here to see some of your cars

Thanks

Andy Tappenden

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