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PostPosted: Sat Jan 29, 2011 11:01 pm 
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hi,john in ireland,have purchased a covin,its running a vw 1600,the engine is not modified in anyway,it has a stainless powerflow exhaust,
would love to have it sounding a bit more angry,any suggestions?thanks chaps.

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Have you tried telling the Engine it looks fat ?

That always seems to make people angry especially girls :smt012 :smt016

Hope this helps :smt012 .






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tried that,wow you should hear it now,wow,lol.

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ill give it a go.

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Some pictures would be nice to see of your covin? :smt012

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yes i intend to post pictures,tommorow,she was in england,purchased in brighton around 3 years ago,the pedals are goin to take me a while to get used too,theres a handle,knob missing from the glove box door,where would i pick up something appropriate?thanks.

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Welcome aboard John. Look forward to seeing some pictures of your Covin :smt012

Ref: Glove box knob etc.... Ebay is the best place to try for cheaper parts. Failing that it's Porsche breakers like Douglas Valley Porsche breakers.

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Is Brighton where LOIS came from?
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http://www.covin.co.uk/covinforum/viewt ... t=brighton

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:28 pm 
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yes guys,its lois,started driving her today,found it a little strange,naturally enough,drove my santa fe later on in the day and nearly hit the windscreen when i braked,lol,i found the brake pedal very high in the covin,the engine is not running as sweet as it could be,but i have a brilliant mechanic friend who would love to put it right for me,anyway im in a little remote village called portlaw in county waterford,ireland.thanks guys in advance for answers or advice,korky.

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