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rallyestyle

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Post #126
brett-black-rallye wrote:
mabgti wrote:
looking sweet.. interested to see how you get on with that v3.0 Yes

What did you spray the cam covers with? looks like you sprayed it whilst assembled?


i took it all apart and sprayed them with hammerite smooth silver


You you use a special primer on the sump and the rocker covers?

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Posted 27th Nov 2009 at 21:46
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Post #127
i just washed them down with petrol and sprayed a couple of coats of hammerite on them. it worked ok with my mates engine
Posted 28th Nov 2009 at 00:54
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Post #128
mate looks lovely,good work! Cool
Posted 28th Nov 2009 at 01:55
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Post #129
i fitted the cams over the over the weekend, i put new cam seals in





the carriers are now bolted down





spray bars



pulleys sprayed and in place




Posted 30th Nov 2009 at 16:17
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Post #130
brett-black-rallye wrote:
i just washed them down with petrol and sprayed a couple of coats of hammerite on them. it worked ok with my mates engine


Fingers crossed Smile Hammerite needs a special primer for some metals such as aluminium (sump, rocker covers) so it might start to come off at some point Yes Doh Im sure it will be ok though Thumbs up

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Posted 30th Nov 2009 at 17:44
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Post #131
Any progress mate, looking good

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Posted 26th Dec 2009 at 06:09
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Post #132
no progress on the engine yet mate, ive just had the rear lowered to match the front and put a seat ibiza splitter on that lasted about 5 minutes. i will get some pics up soon
Posted 27th Dec 2009 at 00:27
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Post #133
looks good , i like the engine build , i have not long ago done mine tho its not a 306

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Posted 27th Dec 2009 at 00:53
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Post #134
i just had a look at yours, it looks like its going to be a pretty good project.
Posted 27th Dec 2009 at 01:15
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Post #135
i dont think i have had the money to spend on it like i would have like too , all the work has had to be done by myself and the g/f .

we will both carry on working on the car untill its done i think i have around 1250 left to spend to complete the job

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Posted 27th Dec 2009 at 01:43
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Post #136
Mega thread revival but what camshafts where in this engine when it was sold, I've got the engine now.

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Posted 1st Apr 2013 at 21:43
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Post #137
Brett's last post was the one above...

states a few times they were piper ultimate road which was the PT82's afaik, best bet is to pop the pulleys off and check the markings on the end.

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Posted 1st Apr 2013 at 22:01
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Post #138
There are no markings on the cams and the ad that I bought the engine from did not mention that the cams where non standard. I've taken them out and fitted PT80's but I'm keen to know what I've removed!

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Posted 2nd Apr 2013 at 16:21
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Post #139
The cams that I removed from this engine had the same stamps etc as std cams, it's currently running well and pulling strong on PT80's. it's off to Wayne Schofield on Monday for a remap. I'll post the before and after power figures.

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Posted 6th Apr 2013 at 21:07
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Post #140
Probably regrinds.

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