Still exists, but needs some TLC. Not moved in 3 years, except pushed around the driveway a bit. Money has gone into the Evo more recently, but had plans to sort the N16 out in 2020, until a fucking pandemic hit and I lost 75% of my work and income.
Welcome. The system is pretty locked down so I'm afraid it would be quite difficult to do. You could play with the wiring and see if you can find any RGB input and then create a switcher. It's not obvious so a good go over of the FSM would be where to start.
Welcome to the club. Very sorry for you recent loss, I hope you enjoy the car. We're more UK based so don't have many people with anything other than an N15 or N16 (last manufacture date 2006) on here, but hopefully someone might be along to help with your 2013 model. Got any pics of it?
As I said, the FCD2 does the job well enough, but it's not perfect. As to the Ibiza MAP sensor, I don't know. That would be something you would need to talk to your mapper about using.
I'd recommend Exedy OEM spec clutch. I don't have an experience with the Black Diamond one. But for an uprated...
I didn't understand all of that translation, but no you will only need to change it if your current clutch is worn. Stock one holds up quite well.
I've got it to set to hold boost up to 1.6bar at the moment. I will use it to go to 2bar in the future. It's not the best, but it does...
Worth a look - https://almeraownersclub.com/threads/n16-forum-resource-links.44110/ (useful forum links)
Thing to Look For thread
Welcome to the club :)
I think it would be worth finding out what the issue is first, but having said that if you're able to get that that Pulse that seems a good price to get hold of the mechanical parts from it. Engine and gearbox alone can be more than £695. Then you can always sell on the...
Could need a new cam sensor? I would try that first. If the fault remains then it might be a sretched timing chain. It's not as common as on the petrol engines, but it has been known to happen on Diesels too.
Nothing new I'm afraid. Been off the road since July 2017. So some sort of plans to put it back on the road and sort the issues out (if youve been keeping track), but unsure long term. I do miss it though.
Yes the rear light sealant can be checked. You need to unscrew the lights from inside behind the carpet, then pull the light out. It needs some force. A little heat can help; hot air gun or hair dryer. Use sikaflex to replace or add more sealant.
Worth checking the wheel well too, to see if any...