John Dragon Man's Citroen BX Diesel Estate picture collection

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Dragon Man
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Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley 1991
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John Dragon Man's Citroen BX Diesel Estate picture collection

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i am going to stick these here for public viewing. please note however the main "progress log" thread is here:
http://www.bxclub.co.uk/forum/viewtopic ... 13&t=21328

theres quite a few images in this first post but i hope now i can update it as i go on.

pictures in chronological order from when i first got the car:

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i should have done this sooner but i guess it better late than never!
- JohnDragonMan

Drives: Citroen Dispatch with retrofitted air conditioning 8)
Classic Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley named Talon (long term storage)

always buy base spec. that way you have the fun of putting all the cool bit on your vehicle :mrgreen:

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Re: John Dragon Man's Citroen BX Diesel Estate picture collection

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Keep up the good work
Lots of Motors, mostly semi broken....

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Dragon Man
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Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley 1991
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Re: John Dragon Man's Citroen BX Diesel Estate picture collection

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prepping to make my own "octopus" ...

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the old one.. was old..
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so i found out what all of the pipes do and what pipe connects to what... and i found out that the octopus is in 3 parts.

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and where i have cut it, there are no internal pipes

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as seen:
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so that said, it looks like this thing would be quite easy to make out of simple T pieces and say 6mm push fit tubing (which is rated at a 10 bar connection! 16 bar for the other kind!)
- JohnDragonMan

Drives: Citroen Dispatch with retrofitted air conditioning 8)
Classic Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley named Talon (long term storage)

always buy base spec. that way you have the fun of putting all the cool bit on your vehicle :mrgreen:

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Dragon Man
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Location: The East Midlands, Derby
My Cars: Citroen Dispatch 2.0L HDi 2005
Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley 1991
x 6

Re: John Dragon Man's Citroen BX Diesel Estate picture collection

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- JohnDragonMan

Drives: Citroen Dispatch with retrofitted air conditioning 8)
Classic Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley named Talon (long term storage)

always buy base spec. that way you have the fun of putting all the cool bit on your vehicle :mrgreen: