I have that same glue on mine
Wow! Great work.The ECU and fuse/relay mounting brackets were slightly rusty underneath the paint that was pealing off. I disassembled it all and bead blasted the brackets and cleaned up the outside of the ECUs. It looks as though some carpet adhesive or something was dipped on the top one. I got them back in but will be leaving them unplugged until all work is complete. I still have at least one mounting bolt that I need to weld on the chassis so I want to be sure nothing can happen to them.
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That’s good to know. Thanks!Yes interchangeable
Wow, and I thought I was a bit OCD. That's a whole other level! But yes, like Geno said, the ecu's are interchangeable so it makes no difference.That’s good to know. Thanks!
I’ve got OCD when it comes to taking things apart and putting them back together again. I actually make sure bolts/nuts/screws go back to the holes they came from. Over time, those things settle into their threads, so my OCD tells me to make sure they find their home 🥸
In the grand scheme of things, probably means Squadush.
That looks mint! Nice job.I got the pedal assembly all painted, regressed the bearings and reassembled. The pedal has a couple bends in it. Since I’ve never liked how challenging heal toeing is in my Diablo I took some of the bend out of the lower bend to bring the top of the pedal forward a bit.
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Fitted with new throttle cable installed.
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Thank you! I don't believe there is a pad or cover on most Diablo models. I previously had an aluminum plate stuck to the face just to bring the face of the pedal forward to make it more in line with the brake pedal. I'm hoping with the adjustment of the bend in the pedal I won't have to use this. A 3D printed cover is an interesting idea. It might be worth a try. I personally prefer my throttle pedal to not be overly grippy.That looks mint! Nice job.
Just curious, is there a rubber cover/pad on that peddle? If not someone should 3D print one, so one could snap or bolt it on. Maybe print the same diamond texture that the other peddles have?
Thanks Geno!nice work, looks great.
Yes, I believe so. That's a whole other issue that I have yet to deal with. All of my fasteners that hold these on are incredibly mismatched. There might be a few that are original. Can anyone give some info on what these should be exactly?Should the hardware, screws and washers, also be black?
‘Mismatched’ …. That’s precisely why I make sure the bolts/screws go back into the same holes. 😜Thanks Geno!
Yes, I believe so. That's a whole other issue that I have yet to deal with. All of my fasteners that hold these on are incredibly mismatched. There might be a few that are original. Can anyone give some info on what these should be exactly?
Not that I'm surprised but if thats the case all of mine are non original. Can anyone get pictures of the original ones or what they believe to be original?The original finish of screws, washers,nuts is yellow zinc plated, some are black zinc plated, but mostly yellow. The screws around the fender liners is yellow zinc too.