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duz360 08-12-05 18:03

light vehicle modification specs for S.A.
 
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here you go guys. build your car to these specs and laugh at cops why try to defect you :)

ps i suggest you guys get this stickied

http://www.transport.sa.gov.au/pdfs/personal_transport/light_vehicles_pdfs/Info_bulletin_3.pdf#search='adr%2023a'

Suspension heights for All cars as put out by Tpt SA, has steering wheel measurements for some makes as well
Page 45 is where the VL is.

http://www.sasuspension.com.au/IB44-...%20Version.pdf

platinum 08-12-05 18:10

stickied (and link fixed ;)). :)

duz360 08-12-05 18:47

thanks :)

BT 08-12-05 19:38

thanks duz360 time to build :p

sky30 08-12-05 20:56

The link wont work for me????

duz360 08-12-05 21:02

i just clicked it and it worked

NSNPWR 09-12-05 09:42

God Transport SA f ukn sux........but cheers DUZ for letting me know exactly what im going to get defected for...lol.

NORTI 09-12-05 22:54

hhmm yes thx very muchly for this.. I needed to ring regency over a few quieries anyways.. & this saved me a couple of Q's.... lol

Hmmm New Year - New Project.....


D.

Jet R31 20-01-06 07:31

Pointless:), they will still find something even if you adhere to
the code, ask any traffic patrol, same with engineers reports.
cheers
darren

Marzella 09-04-06 20:10

They can defect a brand new stock vz, its just the way life is with good ol' John Q. Law.. :mad:

speedracervl 05-06-06 18:33

had to laugh at the mudflap rule....imagine if they enforced that one....!!!!

427vlc 07-06-06 18:02

can some one download it and post it up cos it aint working for me

NSNPWR 07-06-06 18:44

Its massive! would be too big...

427vlc 07-06-06 19:22

oh... ok

platinum 07-06-06 20:34

check the first post ;)

427vlc 07-06-06 22:12

yeah i dont have acrobat reader or what ever it is u need and my comp has pretty much allready died in the ass so i dont wanna download nething onto it

gaijin 05-09-06 18:46

Yes,
Better to be safe then sorry.

Alsynon 21-12-06 12:43

http://www.sasuspension.com.au/IB44-...%20Version.pdf

Suspension heights for All cars as put out by Tpt SA, has steering wheel measurements for some makes as well
Page 45 is where the VL is.
Mods, it would be nice if this could be included in the first post of this thread.

Thanks anonymous mod

FNTUFFVL 16-01-07 15:27

thanks man, that info's really good stuff :)

Cubes 28-01-07 08:51

Awesome links Duz. :D

VLC_88_5L 15-04-07 17:32

beeing a new car owner there is all ways some one to help. thanks for the info.

speedracervl 30-04-07 09:18

after market plenum
 
Hey just reading though this, looks to me that fitting an after market plenum would be a defect according to this statment from the doc

Vehicles manufactured on or after the 1 January 1986 (ADR 37).
This category of vehicle may only be fitted with an ADR 37 complying engine (i.e. an engine designed to only
operate on unleaded fuel), which incorporates all associated components. The fitting of an engine other than an
original or optional engine would require approval from Transport SA.
No alterations to the engine’s camshaft, inlet manifold, carburettor/fuel injectors, air cleaner or catalytic
converter are permitted.

DJ_XTASY 27-07-07 12:12

Actually thats rather interesting about the cat, 20 years old most of the honeycomb rattle these days and if you replace it with a hiflow cat and they look under your car are they gunna defect it even if it probably produces less toxic gases?

Johny 30-08-07 21:17

Urgh, i've had a read through the Bulletin 3, and sounds annoying to bring a vehicle from interstate and register it here. Reading the transport SA website, quote -

"Unless you hold a current interstate registration certificate in exactly the same name as the intended South Australian registration, the vehicle must undergo an identity inspection to confirm the correct identity of the vehicle" source - http://http://www.transport.sa.gov.a...gistration.asp

Now, im assuming these vehicles will be checked not only for identity, but if they look modified, they will also be checked that they comply with SA's ADR's as well. Which pretty much rules out, bringing any modded VL to SA.

"No alterations to the engine’s camshaft, inlet manifold, carburettor/fuel injectors, air cleaner or catalytic
converter are permitted"

Has anyone tried to register a modded VL they have bought in from another state? and if so, did you have to go through a full inspection?

Alsynon 01-09-07 19:48

I registered mine, but it was registered in exactly the same name as the intended SA rego, hence all I did was fill out a piece of paper and it was


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