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  • About warrjon
    Location
    Vic Australia
    Occupation
    Electronics Technician
    Vehicle Info
    XJS 1989
    Country of Residence
    AU
    Gender
    Male
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    cheers
    Warren

    My restoration blog
    http://warrjon.blogspot.com.au/

    XJS 1989 V12 Marelli & ABS
    Upgrades so far
    4L60e 4 speed automatic trans
    3.58 LSD rear gears
    GM electronic cruise control

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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 05:33 AM
  • Join Date: 05-11-2010
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  1. 09-02-2017 02:52 PM - permalink
    I am putting the security wires on the bolts for the differential in a 74 XKE that I am rebuilding, can anyone give me a tutorial or tell me how to rewire those bolts?
  2. warrjon
    12-31-2016 10:33 PM - permalink
    Steve, I sent you a PM with my mobile number, I live in Terang so when you're passing give me a call.
  3. 12-29-2016 04:26 AM - permalink
    Hi Warren,
    Baxtor here, I live down near Portland and am planning a couple of runs possibly into your neck of the woods in my XJRs over the christmas new year break and had thought putting a face to forum names might be possible.
    No big deal but let me know what you think.
    Cheers
    Steve
  4. 07-15-2016 01:42 PM - permalink
    Warjon:


    Saw your post on the thread superchargedtr6 has going.


    You mentioned you have a 6.7 build going on. Can you tell me more about that build, like, where did you get the pistons, sleeves, head gasket, and what are you doing with the piston crowns?


    I was going to buy a set of the chevy 305 pistons and sleeves that Norman Lutz once offered, but does no longer, and these get to 6.7L using a 94.9 mm piston.


    I have a 6L engine (1994, forged crank) and a 1979 preHE (low miles) engine awaiting a build based on the 6L crank and block. Figure to use the preHE heads and maybe cams, but maybe will use the 6L cams on the flat heads. Have not decided.


    Since Lutz told me he no longer offers the kits, I have been looking down the path of boring to 92 or 93 and fitting new pistons. But I would rather take the displacement up further if reasonably possible.


    Thanks!


    Mike
  5. 09-24-2014 08:55 PM - permalink
    hi,
    saw your discussion on the tach. I have converted my 72 XKE12 to an Electromotive trigger wheel system. My tach now does not work. Any simple suggestion to this problem?
    Thanks,
    Max
  6. philhef
    02-07-2013 07:18 AM - permalink
    Can't find blog with bumper conversion. I'm obsessed with doing this so any help is great. The brackets in particular.
  7. moto250cr
    10-09-2012 09:54 PM - permalink
    I saw in a post from December that you had installed 4.09's in your rear diff with a custom spacer. Who made it for you and can I get one. I bought the gears and realized afterwards that I didn't get the "thick" gears.
  8. 11-28-2011 08:07 PM - permalink
    Warrjon, if you've been keeping up on the twin turbo xjs V12 thread here:

    https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/x...project-62150/

    One of the fellas said you had originally posted the pics of a black xjs v12 twin turbo, inter cooled, in-engine compartment setup. Was wondering if you had any more info on that vehicle you'd be willing to share. Power #s, details of the setup, more pics, etc.

    I believe the photo he posted is on page 4.

    Cheers!
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