£6,000

1999 Peugeot 306 GTi Super High Boost

  • 2000cc
  • Blue
  • 130,000 miles

Location: South Wales

  • No tax
  • No MOT
  • Some service history
  • Cambelt changed: Sep 2015

Modifications: None

Contact: 07903615848

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Author Subject: 1999 Peugeot 306 GTi Super High Boost
Nick.gti6

Regular

Location: Newport

Registered: 22 Aug 2013

Posts: 243

Status: Offline

Post #1
I have just taken this out on the weekend to confirm everything is still running as it should and it does.

My Super High Boost is now up for sale. I've had this a little while now, but have hardly used it in the last 2 years. I really don't want to get rid of it because I LOVE it, but with my other commitments, (the track car and the bikes) I just don't get time to spend on it or use it - hence the reason for sale.

The engine was built by Rich at Lynx Engineering (the people that developed this kit for the 306 GTi) so you know it was built in good hands.

The car has a little more power than just the High Boost 306 kits you see on the forums etc. thanks to a bigger supercharger (the biggest Rotrex do) it is producing ~450BHP (the supercharger also has a restrictor plate to hold the car back a little, its capable of 550BHP+ ). Rich the owner of Lynx Engineering knows the car, he can confirm the car is running up to the spec of his old car, as it is using the same map off his old car.

It's had so much money spend on it as you would expect from a build of this standard. It has been fully built up from the ground using genuine Peugeot parts.

Quick breakdown of the spec:
Engine has only done around 8k miles after rebuild
Bilstein B8's
Eibach Springs
Hybrid Rear ARB
21mm Anti Roll bars
Solid Rear beam mounts
RichW solid roller bearing wishbone bushes
Baker BM engine mount kit around 10k ago
Baker bm solid gear linkage set 10k ago
ARB bushes, Top mounts, ball joints, track rod ends, bump stops all replaced around 10k miles ago
PhillipM drop Links
330mm Brembo brakes (Kit by Pendulum Motorsport)
Braided hoses
Rear beam rebuild around 10k ago
New drive shafts around 10k ago
Solid bottom pulley
Lightened flywheel
Carbon spark plug cover panel
Stainless steel manifold head shield
All under the rear of the car has been refurbished with new paint and de-rusted pictures here http://www.306gti6.com/forum/showthread.php?id=119992&page=3
Well made big intercooler
Mikalor intercooler clamps
RichW swirl pot with bosch 044 pump fitted
Alternator 10k old
Mocal oil catch tank
Full Powerflow Exhaust
Fully powder coated sub frame/wishbones/ARB
Double lower strut brace fitted
RichW inlet and supercharger bracket
C38-91 Rotrex Supercharger with a re circulation valve fitted unlike the other high boost setups
2 16 row oil cooler mounted very neatly in the fog lamp locations 1 for supercharger oil 1 for engine oil.
Wossner 8.0:1 pistons
Sanez rods
ACL lead copper bearings
ARP bolts
17" super turismo alloys
AEM boost gauge
AEM AFR gauge
Quaife LSD also fitted.


There is loads I haven't added because literally everything has been done. The car hasn't been used for a while now (around 2 years), although I periodically start it.

The interior of the car is immaculate - its the best I have seen (seats are perfect). The car has no trolley dents or anything.

It does not have an MOT at the moment as I have not had time to spend on the car.

The work I have had done to the car is an overhauled oil pump (as the chain had snapped - the engine was shut off instantly but for a piece of mind I also had the bottom end bearing changed). It has also had cam belt and tensioners changed and upgraded water pump. It has done around 2500 miles since this work has been done. All the work was carried out by Rich.

The bad points would be:

The windscreen has a crack (see picture)
Paint peeling from front bumper (see pictures)
Some rust near jacking point on offside front

It has had a bump on the rear while parked and has been repaired to high standard you cannot tell any different.

Any questions, please ask!
No test pilots please.


Link to original car build (by buzzbrightyear): http://www.306gti6.com/forum/showthread.php?id=119992


For pictures as it is difficult on here please message me and I can email or whatapp them to you...

Nick.gti6 has attached the following image:

Posted 21st May 2018 at 10:07
mechanical_repairs

Seasoned Pro

Location: leicester

Registered: 10 Jan 2005

Posts: 12,117

Status: Offline

Post #2
quote:
[quote="Nick.gti6"]My Super High Boost is now up for sale. I've had this a little while now, but have hardly used it in the last 2 years. I really don't want to get rid of it because I LOVE it, but with my other commitments, (the track car and the bikes) I just don't get time to spend on it or use it - hence the reason for sale.

The engine was built by Rich at Lynx Engineering (the people that developed this kit for the 306 GTi) so you know it was built in good hands.

The car has a little more power than just the High Boost 306 kits you see on the forums etc. thanks to a bigger supercharger (the biggest Rotrex do) it is producing ~450BHP (the supercharger also has a restrictor plate to hold the car back a little, its capable of 550BHP+ ). Rich the owner of Lynx Engineering knows the car, he can confirm the car is running up to the spec of his old car, as it is using the same map off his old car.

It's had so much money spend on it as you would expect from a build of this standard. It has been fully built up from the ground using genuine Peugeot parts.

Quick breakdown of the spec:
Engine has only done around 8k miles after rebuild
Bilstein B8's
Eibach Springs
Hybrid Rear ARB
21mm Anti Roll bars
Solid Rear beam mounts
RichW solid roller bearing wishbone bushes
Baker BM engine mount kit around 10k ago
Baker bm solid gear linkage set 10k ago
ARB bushes, Top mounts, ball joints, track rod ends, bump stops all replaced around 10k miles ago
PhillipM drop Links
330mm Brembo brakes (Kit by Pendulum Motorsport)
Braided hoses
Rear beam rebuild around 10k ago
New drive shafts around 10k ago
Solid bottom pulley
Lightened flywheel
Carbon spark plug cover panel
Stainless steel manifold head shield
All under the rear of the car has been refurbished with new paint and de-rusted pictures here http://www.306gti6.com/forum/showthread.php?id=119992&page=3
Well made big intercooler
Mikalor intercooler clamps
RichW swirl pot with bosch 044 pump fitted
Alternator 10k old
Mocal oil catch tank
Full Powerflow Exhaust
Fully powder coated sub frame/wishbones/ARB
Double lower strut brace fitted
RichW inlet and supercharger bracket
C38-91 Rotrex Supercharger with a re circulation valve fitted unlike the other high boost setups
2 16 row oil cooler mounted very neatly in the fog lamp locations 1 for supercharger oil 1 for engine oil.
Wossner 8.0:1 pistons
Sanez rods
ACL lead copper bearings
ARP bolts
17" super turismo alloys
AEM boost gauge
AEM AFR gauge


There is loads I haven't added because literally everything has been done. The car hasn't been used for a while now (around 2 years), although I periodically start it.

The interior of the car is immaculate - its the best I have seen (seats are perfect). The car has no trolley dents or anything.

It does not have an MOT at the moment as I have not had time to spend on the car.

The work I have had done to the car is an overhauled oil pump (as the chain had snapped - the engine was shut off instantly but for a piece of mind I also had the bottom end bearing changed). It has also had cam belt and tensioners changed and upgraded water pump. It has done around 2500 miles since this work has been done. All the work was carried out by Rich.

The bad points would be:

The windscreen has a crack (see picture)
Paint peeling from front bumper (see pictures)
Some rust near jacking point on offside front

It has had a bump on the rear while parked and has been repaired to high standard you cannot tell any different.

Any questions, please ask!
No test pilots please.


Link to original car build (by buzzbrightyear): http://www.306gti6.com/forum/showthread.php?id=119992


For pictures as it is difficult on here please message me and I can email or whatapp them to you...



Cracking car, took this to Germany and it’s a peach.

Good luck with the sale.

Carl

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Posted 20th May 2018 at 13:57
Nick.gti6

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Location: Newport

Registered: 22 Aug 2013

Posts: 243

Status: Offline

Post #3
Deposit taken
Posted 21st May 2018 at 18:07
Nick.gti6

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Location: Newport

Registered: 22 Aug 2013

Posts: 243

Status: Offline

Post #4
Sold Sad
Posted 24th May 2018 at 19:41

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