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Post #26
nice work

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Posted 27th Oct 2009 at 19:18
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Post #27
daveyboy wrote:
rikky wrote:
my bonnet is single skinned totally and no catches or anything and it holds down quite well with just four pins. i was going to get some aerocatches but not going to bother now

LOL @ cage problems, group compensation claim anyone??


1. Rikky
2. Daveyboy
3. Phillim M
4. Jimmy Boy

Good luck!LOL


Laugh my ass off

I wonder if they have the same issues when fitting it themselves? Dry

Did you sort the B pillar gussets that were missing in the end Jim? Erm?

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Posted 27th Oct 2009 at 21:04
chris with a pug

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Post #28
jimmy_boy wrote:
daveyboy wrote:
rikky wrote:
my bonnet is single skinned totally and no catches or anything and it holds down quite well with just four pins. i was going to get some aerocatches but not going to bother now

LOL @ cage problems, group compensation claim anyone??


1. Rikky
2. Daveyboy
3. Phillim M
4. Jimmy Boy

Good luck!LOL


Laugh my ass off

I wonder if they have the same issues when fitting it themselves? Dry

Did you sort the B pillar gussets that were missing in the end Jim? Erm?


if you fit them they not approved anymore as not part of the original design so he not fitting them
Posted 27th Oct 2009 at 21:07
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Post #29
can get it certified elsewhere, get them fitted Yes

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Posted 27th Oct 2009 at 21:08
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Post #30
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Nice work, remember seeing it at the rolling road and it was looking very smart Yes Thumbs up

Next plan? Unsure


Well just ordered some 888's and we have a set of aftermarket wheels to put them on.

Will put some pics up later!

For now we just want to get it on track to see how it performs and then take it from there.

Cheers again for the comments guys Big grin

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Posted 27th Oct 2009 at 21:12
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Post #31
im planning on attacking mine with the air grinder like, and having bonnet pins so im guessing i will be awrite.

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Posted 28th Oct 2009 at 00:43
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Post #32
rikky wrote:
my bonnet is single skinned totally and no catches or anything and it holds down quite well with just four pins. i was going to get some aerocatches but not going to bother now

LOL @ cage problems, group compensation claim anyone??


You'll need a 5th one in the middle at the front unless the original catch is stil there, and I think I'm gonna have to bond a bit of ali or something at the back to stop it flapping, or a 6th bonnet pin! Mine is totally single skin though, nothing underneath at all.

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Posted 28th Oct 2009 at 01:19
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Post #33
jimmy_boy wrote:
daveyboy wrote:
rikky wrote:
my bonnet is single skinned totally and no catches or anything and it holds down quite well with just four pins. i was going to get some aerocatches but not going to bother now

LOL @ cage problems, group compensation claim anyone??


1. Rikky
2. Daveyboy
3. Phillim M
4. Jimmy Boy

Good luck!LOL


Laugh my ass off

I wonder if they have the same issues when fitting it themselves? Dry

Did you sort the B pillar gussets that were missing in the end Jim? Erm?


Had to fight for ages but finally got them, did you get A pillar ones too?

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Posted 28th Oct 2009 at 01:29
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Post #34
daveyboy wrote:
jimmy_boy wrote:
daveyboy wrote:
rikky wrote:
my bonnet is single skinned totally and no catches or anything and it holds down quite well with just four pins. i was going to get some aerocatches but not going to bother now

LOL @ cage problems, group compensation claim anyone??


1. Rikky
2. Daveyboy
3. Phillim M
4. Jimmy Boy

Good luck!LOL


Laugh my ass off

I wonder if they have the same issues when fitting it themselves? Dry

Did you sort the B pillar gussets that were missing in the end Jim? Erm?


Had to fight for ages but finally got them, did you get A pillar ones too?


No!? Did you? Blink

The bars run really close so it would be easy to add some but now it's sprayed we probably wouldn't bother Dry

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Posted 28th Oct 2009 at 20:17
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Post #35
Weren't any A-pillar gussets in Rikky's either, but then we welded his bars straight to the chassis anyway, wouldn't hurt though.

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Posted 28th Oct 2009 at 20:43
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Post #36
Quaife was fitted at the weekend and the Super Ts with R888s are now on too. First trackday this Monday at Snetterton so fingers crossed things go well Happy





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Posted 11th Nov 2009 at 21:53
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Post #37
pete_rallye wrote:
rikky wrote:
my bonnet is single skinned totally and no catches or anything and it holds down quite well with just four pins. i was going to get some aerocatches but not going to bother now

LOL @ cage problems, group compensation claim anyone??


You'll need a 5th one in the middle at the front unless the original catch is stil there, and I think I'm gonna have to bond a bit of ali or something at the back to stop it flapping, or a 6th bonnet pin! Mine is totally single skin though, nothing underneath at all.


sorry, missed this, but yes mine is totally single skin too and nothing under it. i shall keep my eye on it, it's a bit flappy in the middles so you may be right there. have a spare set of pins anyway so no harm sticking a couple more in Smile

car's looking good dave/jim

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Posted 11th Nov 2009 at 22:07
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Post #38
One word "Awsome".What a rallye too, work carried out on it looks amazing. The bloke who sold it to you, his heart must be broken.lol

Would like to see how you guys get on on track, and a write up of how the KW varients hold up, heard mixed reports on these.

Oh do me a favour...push that magnex back in a bit!!Razz

Superb job though, well impressed!Big grin

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Posted 11th Nov 2009 at 22:19
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Post #39
mattyrallye wrote:

Oh do me a favour...push that magnex back in a bit!!


A decat should sort that.
Posted 11th Nov 2009 at 22:17
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Post #40
Stunning progress and great pics! Cool

mattyrallye wrote:
Oh do me a favour...push that magnex back in a bit!!Razz


It didn't stick out as far when it was on my Rallye No ...Hope the PeugeotSport exhaust is performing well as hoped Wink

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Posted 11th Nov 2009 at 22:27
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Post #41
fletch wrote:
mattyrallye wrote:

Oh do me a favour...push that magnex back in a bit!!


A decat should sort that.


Decat is on there!

I agree it needs to go back about 3 inches but I think we'll have to frig about with an angle grinder to do so!

chet wrote:
Stunning progress and great pics! Cool

mattyrallye wrote:
Oh do me a favour...push that magnex back in a bit!!Razz


It didn't stick out as far when it was on my Rallye No ...Hope the PeugeotSport exhaust is performing well as hoped Wink


Weird Erm?

Always had this problem with the Pug Sport Magnex's Dry

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Posted 11th Nov 2009 at 22:56
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Post #42
mattyrallye wrote:
Would like to see how you guys get on on track, and a write up of how the KW varients hold up, heard mixed reports on these.


Well I am running pretty much th same suspension setup as Jim and Dave have, bar the adjustable top mounts and I think I have larger TB's and I absolutly love it.
I cant fault the KW's at all, my only issue with them is the rear dampers could do with a stiffer damper setting for my liking (but thats due to running 25mm torsion bars)

Put it this way, Last year at Oulton Park I would say my car was on average 7 seconds a lap quicker then another 6 in pretty much the same state (stripped out, uprated brake pads), only difference being the suspension setup; the other 6 was on std dampers I think and lowering springs (cant remember exactly, Jeffers?!?)

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Posted 12th Nov 2009 at 01:40
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Post #43
farmer wrote:
mattyrallye wrote:
Would like to see how you guys get on on track, and a write up of how the KW varients hold up, heard mixed reports on these.


Well I am running pretty much th same suspension setup as Jim and Dave have, bar the adjustable top mounts and I think I have larger TB's and I absolutly love it.
I cant fault the KW's at all, my only issue with them is the rear dampers could do with a stiffer damper setting for my liking (but thats due to running 25mm torsion bars)

Put it this way, Last year at Oulton Park I would say my car was on average 7 seconds a lap quicker then another 6 in pretty much the same state (stripped out, uprated brake pads), only difference being the suspension setup; the other 6 was on std dampers I think and lowering springs (cant remember exactly, Jeffers?!?)
It was chris... not now though.. runnin Avo adjustables now.. will be nice to get a comparison for myself!

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Posted 12th Nov 2009 at 02:43
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Post #44
It's got 25mm TBs too Chris (and a hybrid ARB ). Impressed with the setup of yours so went for practically the same Whistle

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Posted 12th Nov 2009 at 14:24
chet

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Post #45
jimmy_boy wrote:
fletch wrote:
mattyrallye wrote:

Oh do me a favour...push that magnex back in a bit!!


A decat should sort that.


Decat is on there!

I agree it needs to go back about 3 inches but I think we'll have to frig about with an angle grinder to do so!

chet wrote:
Stunning progress and great pics! Cool

mattyrallye wrote:
Oh do me a favour...push that magnex back in a bit!!Razz


It didn't stick out as far when it was on my Rallye No ...Hope the PeugeotSport exhaust is performing well as hoped Wink


Weird Erm?

Always had this problem with the Pug Sport Magnex's Dry


Here's the very same PeugeotSport exhaust on my Rallye, see how it doesn't really protrude too much?



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Are they standard headlight/lamps/bulbs? Look nice and white and bright, not HIDs are they?

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Posted 30th Nov 2009 at 23:09
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Post #46
No, just standard bulbs in ph3/crystal headlights.

We'll sort the exhaust out anyway and get it just right. It looks like it protrudes even more than it does because the cutouts been enlarged for a chav one in the past.

Love the pugsport though! Love

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Posted 30th Nov 2009 at 23:35
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Post #47
Awesome read, looks like a great project Thumbs up

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Posted 30th Nov 2009 at 23:45
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Post #48
looking good! love the project Thumbs up

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Posted 30th Nov 2009 at 23:59
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Post #49
Any updates on this car? I love it.

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Posted 29th Nov 2011 at 17:48
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Post #50
We made way too little use of it this year but will definitely rectify that in 2012.

A few pics from the last 2 years..


Snetterton.


Anglesey.


Oulton.


Nurburgring GP circuit.


Die Nordschleife

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