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jammamayhew

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Post #126
Sam now that you've had lightened flywheel a while now. Do you still think its worth every penny?

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Posted 29th Jul 2012 at 21:04
7057sam

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Post #127
jammamayhew wrote:
Sam now that you've had lightened flywheel a while now. Do you still think its worth every penny?

Yeah i think its worth it.Its odd,the revs pick up very quickly and i was putting from seb on pugfest convoy when we had a little play LOL.

But when i fitted the flywheel also found a bean can lid half way up the viper so that would of made a massive differents.Hopefully i'll get a rolling road soon and see some figures Smile

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Posted 29th Jul 2012 at 21:38
Roscoe_Rallye

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Post #128
Hi Sam, very noob questions for you I know but bear with me, the side trims you resprayed, how did you get them off? Are then stick on or plastic pinned or what? Lol. Also any idea on if it's possible to remove the petrol filler cap (and the one on the other side obviously)... I'm looking to respray mine but don't want the side trims blacker that the petrol cap as my rallye is cherry red.. Any help is appreciated Smile

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Posted 29th Jul 2012 at 23:16
7057sam

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Post #129
Roscoe_Rallye wrote:
Hi Sam, very noob questions for you I know but bear with me, the side trims you resprayed, how did you get them off? Are then stick on or plastic pinned or what? Lol. Also any idea on if it's possible to remove the petrol filler cap (and the one on the other side obviously)... I'm looking to respray mine but don't want the side trims blacker that the petrol cap as my rallye is cherry red.. Any help is appreciated Smile


A trim removal tool (or a screwdriver that's been bent at the tip) will aid this no end.

Rag against the paint to avoid damage and ease them gently off, you'll be able to peek down behind them as the come off and you'll see the clips pulling / snapping away LOL

Also you can remove the arch liner and push them out from the inside Smile

The fuel cap cover pop of quite easily,another case of softly softly catchee monkey LOL

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Posted 30th Jul 2012 at 21:28
7057sam

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Post #130
Update.I have decided to make the car abit more track focused
First thing was to rebuild the front end
Ball joints
P bushed
Wishbones
Top mounts
And had a full services aswell as fitted braided lines all round and 5 dot brake fluid.

Now for the roll cage(6 point roll cage with 'X' weled in for good measure)
Some pics at suffolk 306 hq LOL



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Posted 18th Aug 2012 at 21:15
Jim

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Post #131
stilly wrote:


thats a rally design wheel spindle...


^awesome
Couple questions;
Where did you get the net?
What is the best way to plug the holes in the floors of a stripped out 6?
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Posted 19th Aug 2012 at 10:31
7057sam

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Post #132
Sorry jim not my car,you can get the net from demon tweaks and i found most of the holes filled with the rubber covers already apart from 2 in the boot.

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Posted 19th Aug 2012 at 11:35
7057sam

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Post #133
Bin quite busy
First up change the wheels to gloss cyclones only bad thing is they have P6000 on by had them on 2 day and they quite fun.Also look better them the red calipers which i need to repaint at some point.




Sorry going give it a proper clean the sun f**k off Smile

I really liking the bonnet now,just have to sticker it up again and the rear.




Also the cage when in,would nt really say it was the best sprat job i have ever done,just needs a few touch ups
And the 'x' looks epic.


Door bar sits in a treat with no door card moding.




And the all important



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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 14:21
7057sam

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Post #134
Also got the new exhaust on which is a tad loud but really feel the differents over the rev range




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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 15:19
eddy_gti6

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Post #135
You need to get the rallye decals back on there mate Big grin and get rid of that neverbeen sticker! LOL

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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 15:21
7057sam

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Post #136
eddy_gti6 wrote:
You need to get the rallye decals back on there mate Big grin and get rid of that neverbeen sticker! LOL


I now mate hopeing the dirt will cover it up LOL.

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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 15:29
7057sam

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Post #137
Also got the mirror repainted.got the grain sanded out.probably the cleanest bit of paint work on the car.
Crap picture tho..

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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 15:51
7057sam

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Post #138
Right final give it a clean here a few pictures(maybe thinking of lowering abit more on the rear or raiseing the front)









Better picture of 'X' shame(going to start cleaning up inside and engine bay next)


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Posted 27th Aug 2012 at 21:57
cjm_harris

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Post #139
Looking good Sam Yes

Your rear X seems to be higher up than mine, and we both have SD cages.. strange..

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Posted 28th Aug 2012 at 10:14
7057sam

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Post #140
cjm_harris wrote:
Looking good Sam Yes

Your rear X seems to be higher up than mine, and we both have SD cages.. strange..


Yeah its odd think because its a 10 points Sd with X welded in,got a few bits of bare metal to spray up.
Car so dusty inside need to start blanking of the rear arch holes,think i found part of a tree in they has night LOL

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Posted 28th Aug 2012 at 11:12
7057sam

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Post #141
Just been respraying the track wheels, decided to do them meadow green ? Look fairly bright, f**k it, they only track wheels a few pictures(will be spraying up Sunday wheather permitting).

Nice tyres/alloy stash Smile



Before



Paint, primer, laquer



All sanded and primered ready to be sprayed tommorow





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Posted 1st Sep 2012 at 17:13
7057sam

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Post #142
As promised wheels had they first coat.very green, very happy Smile #note did nt bother covering up the tryes because they Will be changed.
Enjoy







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Posted 2nd Sep 2012 at 19:50
swiftyboi006

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Post #143
Tyres are very easy to mask up they look like they have tread on them?

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Posted 2nd Sep 2012 at 20:02
7057sam

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Post #144
Yeah they have abit, I have a set of Toyo's ready to go on.these one are a few years old and are starting to perish on the inner edges.
I have just been out them some paints whips and its all come off fine Smile

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Posted 2nd Sep 2012 at 20:15
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Post #145
looking good did you fit the cage yourself?
Posted 2nd Sep 2012 at 20:18
7057sam

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Post #146
Yeah with help from Carl chambers (cm chambers)was'nt that hard.only thing is on 1 side they is a gap between the base plate and the cage so the sound form my exhaust vibrates though it, only at 3.3k rev so is'nt a massive problem .

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Posted 2nd Sep 2012 at 20:44
7057sam

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Post #147
I finally got round to finishing the wheels Smile got some more part worn t1r's thank to jamma





Im shure the 'haters'will love them LOL

Start spraying bits and bobs



Laquerd up the mani



Done the resantor box? Bmw mini 'chilli red



Also fuel rail.but need to sand down and do again(was a really rusty)





Also sanded sanding the rear inside of the car,so should be painting/spraying that sunday

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Posted 14th Sep 2012 at 16:50
7057sam

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Post #148
I finished sanding the rear end.decided to do it satin black also redone the x on the cage.

All sanded ready to start



Bench bit done




Few pictures of it in the 1st/2nd coat phase





Ah get some Better ones once it all laquered up.

Finished the ROUGH templates for the rear door cards



Me trying to told it in place and take the picture.fail :haha



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Posted 16th Sep 2012 at 20:15
7057sam

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Post #149
Finished early today and when to a local airfield.here's a few pictures I took then modded them with instagram Smile











My plan next is to :

New rallye decals
Get a small middle box welded in(more pops and bangs, less boom)
Spray and fit door cards
Fit red rocker covers, silver manifold
Tryes on track wheels

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Posted 27th Sep 2012 at 19:19
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Post #150
7057sam wrote:
Also got the new exhaust on which is a tad loud but really feel the differents over the rev range






Looking good! How's yours fit on the back? Snug??
Posted 10th Nov 2012 at 23:04

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