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stanley306gti6

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Post #26
Hello, please where he bought a lightweight flywheel, and how many become? Thank you

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Posted 27th Feb 2010 at 00:58
gtisid

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Post #27
looks good , i would strongly recommend taking that filter off the inlet and use the correct length intake pipe as it made mine run like shit,

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Posted 27th Feb 2010 at 01:26
greenbelt

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Post #28
Have you got any more pictures of the crank end cap Andy? I can't figure out where it goes from that picture

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Posted 27th Feb 2010 at 02:19
buzzbrightyear

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Post #29
im sorry ive deleted some pics i had of it on photobucket and i seen to have lost a load i had on my pc!
if you look at the first pic, look at the crank oil seal, draw an imaginary line across the centre, horizontally.
now the bottom half of that is the crank end cap, it fits around the crank oil seal.
the 2 sump bolts go in it, if you look you can see where it joins the block look down vertically from each side of the crank oil seal on the bottom half.
if i hadnt of deleted some photobucket pics the other day there would be a load of pics left.

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Posted 27th Feb 2010 at 21:03
buzzbrightyear

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Post #30
on this pic the 2 big bolts go through it and hold the crank in place.

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Posted 27th Feb 2010 at 21:05
buzzbrightyear

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Post #31
well i thought id celebrate today by going out in the rain and removing the rear beam.

tbh this was the only part of the suspension on the whole car that needed doing, the rest ive just changed for the sake of itBig grin
look what its done to the rear arch liners:


im not sure wether this ones been cut before or wether the wheel cut all the way through it and the rest fell off????


the only worry i had with taking the beam off was getting the unions undone from the main colid line to the flexi, i didnt fancy having to replace the pipes that runs all the way down the car!Shock
they was solid even with a proper brake spanner i could tell if i tried any more it would round off so i cut the flexi hose (im changing these anyway) so i could get the ring end on the 17mm side, i then got he mole grips out on the 11mm side, better to get the mole grips on this while its still in perfect condition, with a firm grip in the right place it wont round off, like this:

it came free easy this way, lots of wd40 also.


this is what i have to put up with when im fixing the car, tongue in my eye:

the ugly smelly little shit does my head in and i always bump my head on the car trying to stop getting licked:


anyway, i found a cut off from a 4x4 wood post id used as a chock and wedged it betweeen the ground and the beam and torsion bar to stop it dropping to the ground in 1.
i took my mucky coat off, got in the car and removed all the beam mount nuts, back under the car i got under the beam knocked the wood out and then thought f*ck maybe i should of put the dog in the house, well i struggled fighting with the dog licking my face while i had the beam on top of me on my back under the car LOL .
heres what it looks like under the boot of the car







i will be spending my spare time over the next few weeks sorting out the paintwork under the car, i will get the wire bush/drill back out then bilt hammer then re seal, stonechip and paint back to manstone again.

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Posted 27th Feb 2010 at 23:38
buzzbrightyear

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Post #32
this will be geting rebuilt wit bilstein b8/b6`s.
21mm torsion bars, hybrid anti roll bar
pug racing solid beam mounts
ferrodo ds2500 and matching discs to the front.

and pugracing braided brake lines, although i have to swap these as theyre way to long!!

the rear beam is the only thing i wont rebuild myself, i think i will stick it in the boot and take it to carls at leiscter with the bits to go in it and let him do it.

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Posted 27th Feb 2010 at 23:44
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Post #33
quote:
quote="stanley306gti6"]Hello, please where he bought a lightweight flywheel, and how many become? Thank you

hi i got it from richw on here, top guy.


gtisid wrote:
looks good , i would strongly recommend taking that filter off the inlet and use the correct length intake pipe as it made mine run like shit,

the filter and newly painted manifold will be getting revoed soon anyway Ninja LOL

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Posted 27th Feb 2010 at 23:57
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Post #34
Happy Birthday mate Cheers
Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 00:23
marco gti6

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Post #35
Happpy B-Day Andy!!! May I ask where you got that nice carbon sparkplug cover??? Really nice looking engine bay you got there. Whish Ihad the skills to do this myself.
Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 01:04
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marco gti6 wrote:
Happpy B-Day Andy!!! May I ask where you got that nice carbon sparkplug cover??? Really nice looking engine bay you got there. Whish Ihad the skills to do this myself.

bic at streamline carbon, i think theyre on e-bay but theyre bloody dear now.

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 02:13
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andy+katie wrote:

this is what i have to put up with when im fixing the car, tongue in my eye:


But you still had the time to take a perfectly focused photo Clapping Laugh my ass off Clapping

Happy Birthday mate

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 02:52
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LOL happy birthday mate

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 04:13
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Post #39
Looking great that mate!! wish i had the free cash to splash out on my suspension atm.

out of interest.. did you buy those front b8s off of ebay a couple of weeks back? Whistle

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 04:28
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Looking great that mate!! wish i had the free cash to splash out on my suspension atm.

out of interest.. did you buy those front b8s off of ebay a couple of weeks back? Whistle

got them from miles (p[ugracing) quite a while back now, maybe about 6 months ago, how much was they on e bay for?

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 04:33
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ahhh.. was going to own up to being the one bidding against you then LOL

they went for around

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 04:35
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Post #42
they are bloody dear

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 04:58
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Post #43
andy+katie wrote:
they are bloody dear


Not if you know where to look. Ninja
Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 05:00
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Post #44
bah dont tell me.

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 05:01
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stu wrote:
andy+katie wrote:
they are bloody dear


Not if you know where to look. Ninja


share share share Big grin

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 05:06
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jonnyboy17 wrote:
share share share Big grin


I found a bloke on eBay who had a load of stock he bought in bulk direct from Germany, and I managed to get a full set of B8's on the cheap as I don't think he really knew how much they were worth. Laugh

He doesn't have any left now though. Sad
Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 05:13
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well thats no good Sad LOL

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 05:13
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Post #48
been busy on it today, ive fited a new ariel from peugeot as it would only pick up radio 1 before, seems sound now!

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Posted 28th Feb 2010 at 19:27
buzzbrightyear

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Post #49
heres how it stands today:


now the beams off i need to tidy the boot floor up, it started like this:

i started by giving it a proper good jetwash underneath, this was a complete bas**rd and i got soaked.
ppe first:



then i attacked the rusty bits with the cordless drill and a selection of wire brush/ wheel attachments for it:

the rest that wasnt rusty i just gave a quick light blast over with it as its galvanised and i didnt really want to take the top off it unless neccesary.
this is a awful job layed on my back under the car, its that bad i better make sure its worth it in the end.
having run out of bilt hammer i got the above stuff from halfords, its hammerite so should be good but i will have to see how it compares to the bilt hammer.
i covered the whole underneath of the back of the car in the stuff, the bits that needed it got a good thick coat:



it went dark before i had chance to clean it back off and the next day most of it had gone hard so i applied another coat rubbed it well in with the brush i left it an hour and then attacked it again with the drill and wire brush bits.
then i got the jetwash back out and gave it a real good clean i was soaked again.
here is some pics shortly after the first go at it:






this side needs a few more goes:


well dark came again, i must start this a bit earlier but it was freezing this morning with ice on the ground!
i think if im going to do this its going to be done right so i start rust treating the backbox heat sheild, back box rear hanger and the p/s brake pipe heat shield!
i will get the heat shields done silver and the other bit black!



the beam and the beam parts are going to carls to be all powder coated and refurbed this week.
i need to visit peugeot again soon as the bit list is ading up again, i need the rear arch liners, new hanbrake cables, handbrake mechanism repair kits, new rear brake pipes as the ones i took off arnet in great nick imo.
also need loads more other little bits and bobs from pug!

does anybody know if im better off using etch primer or something else first on the bootfloor or wether the paintable stone chip shield should go straight onto the bare metal?
Roll eyes

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Posted 8th Mar 2010 at 00:48
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Post #50
Stu painted his first and this is what I am going to do it that way as while I was under the boot floor today the underseal straight on to metal has gone soft. and comes off if you rub it.

Not good
Posted 8th Mar 2010 at 01:03

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