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Day666

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Made the 50mm hole that I cut out with a hole saw bigger by 1.5mm with Perma-grit end in my Dremel drill ...


Posted 6th Dec 2020 at 16:21
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Trial fitted the trumpets inside ...now just got to get the new backplate made Thumbs up



Posted 6th Dec 2020 at 16:23
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Day666 wrote:
jeffers wrote:
Day666 wrote:
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Want some Free Forum Stickers for the Beast sir?
I think you've Earned them! Razz

Cracking Job! Big grin

Woah woah woah, what u mean FREE???? There’s bills to pay David!!! Roll eyes


Cough cough ....Excuse me boss man !!!!
I remember a certain me looking after you rather well in the Jenvey / Airbox department Whistle Whistle Whistle

Erm it was a joke mate! Roll eyes


I know but you’ve got to make the most of you posting LOL LOL LOL

Fair one! LOL Roll eyes

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Posted 6th Dec 2020 at 22:26
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Got the final new alloy backplate yesterday Thumbs up


Posted 12th Dec 2020 at 13:37
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Tried the new Trumpets


Posted 12th Dec 2020 at 13:38
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Posted 12th Dec 2020 at 13:40
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Posted 12th Dec 2020 at 13:41
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I can start measuring to see how much space I have for a radiator Thumbs up



Posted 12th Dec 2020 at 13:44
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Temp fixing ..
Got some 4mm Carbon Fibre sheet to cut and fixed some pieces under the bracket plates then screw them from the outside through the Carbon and Carbon/ Kevlar that way nothing inside the Maxi Airbox to come loose or break off and get sucked into the engine ....

Finally getting somewhere

Now to modify my bonnet for a mould with a bulge for the new design


Posted 17th Dec 2020 at 05:22
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Sad as it might read -it’s a very exciting day today ...I’m hoping the bumper will be ready by this Friday -Monday to collect? ....

The original Maxi (plus 50) bumper off Tony Palfry / Maxi Motorsport was cut about and modded loads ...bits of alloy bent and bonded and bits glued on in places it weighed 19kgs but was only made for me to test on the track with ...it would then be moulded to what I wanted and needed with the help of David Warren / General Lee on here and his Carbon Dimma splitter which I bonded on and blended in ...that was originally made for Oliver Church who had the steel winged stunning Blue Dimma which sadly was sold ...

Now hopefully I will have a super strong / stiff one piece super lightweight bumper that’s made of Carbon / Kevlar that will hopefully take a knock or two Thumbs up
Fingers crossed




Posted 17th Dec 2020 at 05:29
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Posted 15th Dec 2020 at 17:55
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A little heated needed to help cure in this cold weather


Posted 17th Dec 2020 at 05:31
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one day you might use the car

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Posted 16th Dec 2020 at 08:34
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one day you might use the car


One day Chris ...one day LOL LOL LOL
Posted 16th Dec 2020 at 22:55
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one day you might use the car


where have you been ?
Ok you sold the car but you totally disappeared?
Posted 16th Dec 2020 at 22:57
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Well it’s out of the mould and he’s telling me it’s super lightweight and so rigid / stiff I won’t need ties bars to the splitter ...even better
Still a fair bit to do bond the corner air ducts and support internet fixings and cut the grill out

Posted 17th Dec 2020 at 13:44
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It’s ready to collect Thumbs up



Posted 23rd Dec 2020 at 15:01
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Posted 23rd Dec 2020 at 15:03
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Weighed it today

3.46kgs with no paint or Fixings
4.19 kg with everything apart from paint

I’m really happy with that Thumbs up

Instead of 19kgs for original test master one

That’s pair or Aerocatches
That’s pair of alloy USA catches
A pair of support tie bars for the splitter
A pair of inside bumper alloy support brackets and 12 bolts...
Posted 26th Dec 2020 at 18:24
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Fantastic as always
Posted 27th Dec 2020 at 17:47
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Fantastic as always


Thank you Mike Thumbs up

How’s things coming along your end ?

Posted 28th Dec 2020 at 16:43
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It amazes me how things have changed in 4years LOL




Posted 28th Dec 2020 at 16:46
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Fantastic as always


Thank you Mike Thumbs up

How’s things coming along your end ?



Nothing at all progress wise in mine if afraid. I’m waiting for brakes as satchell are making me some new bells/adaptors to fit the 406 hubs which fingers crossed should be early jan to be done. I need to measure the springs as need helper springs on the new coilovers, ill likely drop engine back in and then get suspension set up and do a quick test day in order to test out gear linkage and suspension changes as was hoping to fit some bigger cams in before race season that are on order but see how time permits as fancy doing some tricolore rounds this year but first race is end of March and at silverstone which I’d like to do, but also just moved house so tied up with diy as well
Posted 28th Dec 2020 at 17:20
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blandy wrote:
Day666 wrote:
blandy wrote:
Fantastic as always


Thank you Mike Thumbs up

How’s things coming along your end ?



Nothing at all progress wise in mine if afraid. I’m waiting for brakes as satchell are making me some new bells/adaptors to fit the 406 hubs which fingers crossed should be early jan to be done. I need to measure the springs as need helper springs on the new coilovers, ill likely drop engine back in and then get suspension set up and do a quick test day in order to test out gear linkage and suspension changes as was hoping to fit some bigger cams in before race season that are on order but see how time permits as fancy doing some tricolore rounds this year but first race is end of March and at silverstone which I’d like to do, but also just moved house so tied up with diy as well



Totally understand Mike ...
Been there git that tshirt many years ago x
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