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BigJimny Meet 2019 (17 May 2019)

BigJimny Meet and off-road driving day



20TH OCTOBER 2019

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Noggin and Natter - pre-event chat - Old Bell at Grazeley (part of hotel) 7:30pm 19th October

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15 Dec 2018 06:30 #198981 by Max Headroom
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Muto - I will be very interested in what clock you use. I also don't much like the fact the Jimny (mine) doesn't have an outside air temp (OAT) sensor either


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15 Dec 2018 11:08 #198984 by muto
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Hi Max, It's a 117-ChS type soviet tank/aircraft clock.

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15 Dec 2018 11:12 #198985 by Max Headroom
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Wow - certainly looks the part.

I assume that's 24V?


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15 Dec 2018 11:18 #198986 by muto
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It's a mechanical watch with +27v heater. The heater works fine with 12v also, but slower. Good to have some heater for cold Finnish winters. The dial will be light with uv-led(like in the picture).

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21 Dec 2018 17:43 - 21 Dec 2018 17:43 #199271 by muto
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21 Dec 2018 19:23 #199274 by Max Headroom
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Stunning :) B)

Interesting led(?) light bar on the front bumper too


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22 Dec 2018 19:16 #199326 by muto
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some cheap ebay-lightbar. works ok.

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22 Dec 2018 23:14 #199333 by muto
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clock in action :P

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23 Dec 2018 01:35 #199337 by Max Headroom
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Muto can you post some detailed pics of that centre console mod with the clock fitment, please. I'd like to see what that looks like and how you did it

Very many thanks in advance B) :)


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21 Jan 2019 21:04 #201386 by muto
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It's actually super simple. just a plexi stuff bended to L shape. 12v i took from the 12v socket wiring. power goes to the voltage meter, clock and to UV-led(to lit the clock).

I was staying at my friend's summer house again last weekend. without sun it's impossible to charge batteries there. Jimny solution:

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15 Mar 2019 11:22 #204619 by MilkyRon
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Some really nice pictures Muto!

It looks like you were running a set of Hankook Dynapro RF10. I'm thinking of picking a set of these up in 195/80/15. Would love to here your opinion on them.

Cheers

MilkyRon

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17 Mar 2019 16:17 #204694 by muto
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Good quality, little stiff compared to normal tyres, but i think this is expected. They also weight double compared to normal tyres :).

No issues but i don't have experience about other similar tyres.
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