displaying posts 326 to 350 of 377

Pages (16): first .. 13 [14] 15 .. last

Author Subject: Satchshift brief fitting guide
Day666

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bristol

Registered: 20 Apr 2013

Posts: 5,017

Status: Offline

Post #326
fatlapit wrote:
I am but would love a go


Fell out of love with mine a month or so ago & nearly sold it to two people far to cheap !
Just how it is ....ran out of money to Sequential it & ran out of things to do on it LOL

So glad I didn't now as I've got a place to store it over Winter & im 100% doing Croft with lads on here next year Thumbs up
A beaver tail is ready to use for the trip once I'm ready Whistle
Posted 19th Oct 2016 at 20:12
fatlapit

Seasoned Pro

Location: STOCKSFIELD

Registered: 02 Nov 2010

Posts: 3,040

Status: Offline

Post #327
Croft u say

________________________________________


Posted 19th Oct 2016 at 20:01
Day666

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bristol

Registered: 20 Apr 2013

Posts: 5,017

Status: Offline

Post #328
fatlapit wrote:
Croft u say


Cadwell sorry .....Wills up for it also & 6 lads on here are up for it Thumbs up
Posted 19th Oct 2016 at 20:16
jeffers Forum Owner

Location: Leeds

Registered: 14 Dec 2003

Posts: 3,701

Status: Offline

Post #329
Day666 wrote:
fatlapit wrote:
Croft u say


Cadwell sorry .....Wills up for it also & 6 lads on here are up for it Thumbs up

As long as I can make it work with my job I'm up for cadwell! Love the place!!

________________________________________

Team Running Engine again!
Team Negative Camber!
My Budget track engine build thread!
Now appearing at a Trackday near you!!Hyper Hyper
Posted 19th Oct 2016 at 20:58
prism7guy

Seasoned Pro

Location: DoncastAAAAARGH

Registered: 13 Jan 2008

Posts: 4,614

Status: Offline

Post #330
Me too!

________________________________________

Goldie the track car.
Posted 19th Oct 2016 at 21:41
Chr1sch

Seasoned Pro

Location: Worcester

Registered: 02 Aug 2014

Posts: 1,025

Status: Offline

Post #331
And me!
Posted 20th Oct 2016 at 16:27
pug_306

Seasoned Pro

Location: Great Hockham

Registered: 28 May 2013

Posts: 1,598

Status: Offline

Post #332
And too :-)

________________________________________

1998 Supercharged White Rallye
1992 205 GTi6
205 Turbo 340bhp
Posted 20th Oct 2016 at 16:45
fatlapit

Seasoned Pro

Location: STOCKSFIELD

Registered: 02 Nov 2010

Posts: 3,040

Status: Offline

Post #333
and me ill borrow me car back

________________________________________


Posted 20th Oct 2016 at 16:50
marksorrento205

Seasoned Pro

Location: Airborne in the lanes

Registered: 26 Aug 2008

Posts: 2,196

Status: Offline

Post #334
Has the revised bulkhead boot solved the issue of melting? Looking to get one on order but want to know it's sorted now they have been on the road for a while.

________________________________________

How to do a clicky: [url =http://www.306gti6.com]click here[/url] remove the space between [url & =
Posted 5th Mar 2017 at 19:38
Day666

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bristol

Registered: 20 Apr 2013

Posts: 5,017

Status: Offline

Post #335
Yes they are Thumbs up ....I made my own larger one that's working well ..much longer CV boot & two home made CV fixing boot rings ....
Just use the one that comes with it Now Thumbs up
Posted 5th Mar 2017 at 21:49
marksorrento205

Seasoned Pro

Location: Airborne in the lanes

Registered: 26 Aug 2008

Posts: 2,196

Status: Offline

Post #336
Nice one Thumbs up

________________________________________

How to do a clicky: [url =http://www.306gti6.com]click here[/url] remove the space between [url & =
Posted 15th Mar 2017 at 21:01
Chr1sch

Seasoned Pro

Location: Worcester

Registered: 02 Aug 2014

Posts: 1,025

Status: Offline

Post #337
Mine has shown zero sign of melting following multiple track days and no heatshields
Posted 17th Mar 2017 at 14:16
marksorrento205

Seasoned Pro

Location: Airborne in the lanes

Registered: 26 Aug 2008

Posts: 2,196

Status: Offline

Post #338
Thumbs up

________________________________________

How to do a clicky: [url =http://www.306gti6.com]click here[/url] remove the space between [url & =
Posted 17th Mar 2017 at 20:24
clen666

Seasoned Pro

Location: Co. Durham

Registered: 12 Feb 2009

Posts: 2,399

Status: Offline

Post #339
Just looking at them on the kam racing site, is there any difference between the gti6 one and the 1.8/1.9D version other than the lift up collar?

________________________________________

Team 'unintentional rat look'
Posted 17th Mar 2017 at 23:12
marksorrento205

Seasoned Pro

Location: Airborne in the lanes

Registered: 26 Aug 2008

Posts: 2,196

Status: Offline

Post #340
I don't think so. In will be running a 5 sped BE3 so going for the none gti6 one.

________________________________________

How to do a clicky: [url =http://www.306gti6.com]click here[/url] remove the space between [url & =
Posted 18th Mar 2017 at 06:58
blandy

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bucks

Registered: 25 Feb 2007

Posts: 2,427

Status: Offline

Post #341
quote:
[quote="demondriverdan"]I've gone back to a standard manifold for now. Will email Satchell about the manifold and see if they have any idea


Ref the fitting with a manifold has anyone tried fitting a satchshift with any other of the shelf 4-2-1's?
Posted 6th Sep 2017 at 20:38
Day666

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bristol

Registered: 20 Apr 2013

Posts: 5,017

Status: Offline

Post #342
quote:
[quote="blandy"]
quote:
[quote="demondriverdan"]I've gone back to a standard manifold for now. Will email Satchell about the manifold and see if they have any idea


Ref the fitting with a manifold has anyone tried fitting a satchshift with any other of the shelf 4-2-1's?


I've got a Mike Edwards 4/2/1 similar to a Maniflow ...no issues fitting
Posted 7th Sep 2017 at 05:35
blandy

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bucks

Registered: 25 Feb 2007

Posts: 2,427

Status: Offline

Post #343
Bit of a thread revival ad have spent most of the day fighting with fitting one of these.

Does the new style boot now go inside the car?

Does anyone have a pic of the linkages ftitted I,e the 2 rods. In the 205 they were fairly level yet in the 306 the longer rod is angled slightly up?
Posted 30th Mar 2018 at 19:11
jorg

Senior User

Location: Wallasey

Registered: 10 Jun 2007

Posts: 816

Status: Offline

Post #344
https://flic.kr/p/22MZ8om

https://flic.kr/p/25u85sS

https://flic.kr/p/22MZ4uj

________________________________________

306 2.1 S16 Tarmac Rally Car
Project thread: http://www.306gti6.com/forum/showthread.php?id=143956
Posted 30th Mar 2018 at 19:22
blandy

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bucks

Registered: 25 Feb 2007

Posts: 2,427

Status: Offline

Post #345
Much appreciated.
Posted 30th Mar 2018 at 19:23
Day666

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bristol

Registered: 20 Apr 2013

Posts: 5,017

Status: Offline

Post #346


Top man Geoff ...makes it a lot easier for those that haven’t fitted one Thumbs up
Not a straight forward job LOL
I’ve had easier things to fit Whistle
Posted 30th Mar 2018 at 20:26
blandy

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bucks

Registered: 25 Feb 2007

Posts: 2,427

Status: Offline

Post #347
It’s a nitemare to fit with everything in place. 205 one is much easier probably as you drill a hole at a strait angle for the rod.
Just seems as though the post sits a little high as the longer rod sits at a slight angle say 20deg up but guess there’s a reason for it. Not looking forward to drilling the 2 holes for the rubber boot in the morning
Posted 30th Mar 2018 at 20:47
blandy

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bucks

Registered: 25 Feb 2007

Posts: 2,427

Status: Offline

Post #348
Does anyone have any measurements on the linkages (5speed) all installed now but really struggling to get gears 1st was to begin with then managed to adjust to get first and now struggling with 2nd and reverse.

Posted 31st Mar 2018 at 19:30
Day666

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bristol

Registered: 20 Apr 2013

Posts: 5,017

Status: Offline

Post #349
quote:
[quote="blandy"]Does anyone have any measurements on the linkages (5speed) all installed now but really struggling to get gears 1st was to begin with then managed to adjust to get first and now struggling with 2nd and reverse.



Have you bought a 5 speed Sach shift ?

I thought the ones we all fitted were made for 6 speed ?...I may be wrong but two are available on Kam racing 5speed And 6 ?....one has lifting Coller And 1 doesn’t I thought the common ones are for 6speeds ?????

Hope I’m wrong Thumbs down

Now thinking about it a Rallye is 5speed ...so ignore me unless you have one of these gearboxes ?

https://www.kamracing.co.uk/car-tuning/peugeot/peugeot-306/drivetrain/peugeot-306-satchell-engineering-gearlever-kit-1-8-1-9d-2-0-16v.html
Posted 1st Apr 2018 at 06:19
blandy

Seasoned Pro

Location: Bucks

Registered: 25 Feb 2007

Posts: 2,427

Status: Offline

Post #350
rallye is still 6 speed.

But yes I do have a correct 5speed kit which I believe the only difference is no lift up collar
Posted 1st Apr 2018 at 09:07

Pages (16): first .. 13 [14] 15 .. last

Chris Knott Insurance
All times are GMT. The time is now 17:17

The Peugeot GTi-6 & Rallye Owners Club Ltd - Registered in England & Wales - Reg No: 07410694 - ©2021 all rights reserved.

Please Note : The views and opinions found herein are those of individuals, and not of The Peugeot 306 GTi-6 & Rallye Owners Club Ltd or any individuals involved.
No responsibility is taken or assumed for any comments or statements made on, or in relation to, this website. Please see our updated privacy policy and legal information