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Author Subject: Mike Blands Race Car
matty_rallye

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Post #101
That shifter setup really is lovely! Shame they are so dear Sad

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Posted 12th Sep 2020 at 21:14
blandy

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Post #102
Yep there a lot of money (luckily I didn’t pay anywhere near that though)

Hope it’s as good as it’s made out to be 🤞
Posted 12th Sep 2020 at 21:30
Day666

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Post #103
Looks fantastic Mike keep the updates coming on the setting up and install ...I don’t know of anybody personally in this country that’s run one ? ... good luck m8 Thumbs up
Posted 13th Sep 2020 at 03:25
blandy

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Post #104
Only ever seen one In person which was in John whelans animal of a 306 which did a few races in tricolore A few years ago

https://youtu.be/k4GWqyqQL54
Posted 13th Sep 2020 at 09:09
Day666

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Post #105
blandy wrote:
Only ever seen one In person which was in John whelans animal of a 306 which did a few races in tricolore A few years ago

https://youtu.be/k4GWqyqQL54


Fantastic Vid and it looks great and very direct and precise....is he still about to speak to and ask advice ?
Posted 13th Sep 2020 at 19:35
blandy

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Post #106
yeah id already spoken to him before i got it
Posted 14th Sep 2020 at 12:36
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Post #107
Few little updates, diffs back after having service and new plates fitted. Went to refit but found the crownwheel bolt threads had seen better days so put a stop to that plan. With no diff to fit I carried on with the installation of the gear lever. Again like the satchshift a bit of a pain to fit especially adding yet more holes in To fit the cables through, so got some tidying up to do on the tunnel now to fill up the old satchshift hole.

Levers in and after a lot of tweaking feels very good and super precise. Sure will need some more tweaking once running etc but will mark up cables etc before pulling back out and welding up the tunnel

Posted 20th Sep 2020 at 19:33
Day666

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Post #108
Fantastic Update Mike ...
Yep always change the Bolts ...
I found they strip if you don’t loosen them each gradually ....

Welshpug told me years ago he’s never had a issue as long as you do that but I still stripped a couple Thumbs down
Posted 21st Sep 2020 at 19:30
matty_rallye

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Post #109
blandy wrote:
Few little updates, diffs back after having service and new plates fitted. Went to refit but found the crownwheel bolt threads had seen better days so put a stop to that plan. With no diff to fit I carried on with the installation of the gear lever. Again like the satchshift a bit of a pain to fit especially adding yet more holes in To fit the cables through, so got some tidying up to do on the tunnel now to fill up the old satchshift hole.

Levers in and after a lot of tweaking feels very good and super precise. Sure will need some more tweaking once running etc but will mark up cables etc before pulling back out and welding up the tunnel



Nice one. Does this mean you have a satchshift to sell?

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Posted 21st Sep 2020 at 19:53
blandy

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Post #110
Sorry satchshifts long gone after having manifold clearance issues been running a rebushed standard set up this year

Posted 21st Sep 2020 at 21:09
blandy

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Post #111
Day666 wrote:
Fantastic Update Mike ...
Yep always change the Bolts ...
I found they strip if you don’t loosen them each gradually ....

Welshpug told me years ago he’s never had a issue as long as you do that but I still stripped a couple Thumbs down


Been ok before but not this time, defiantly not worth the risk
Posted 21st Sep 2020 at 21:11
eiei0

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Post #112
Wow haven't seen that car in years, it was mental quick, serious donkey in it, used to run rings around everything over here when it came out to play,

blandy wrote:
Only ever seen one In person which was in John whelans animal of a 306 which did a few races in tricolore A few years ago

https://youtu.be/k4GWqyqQL54
Posted 22nd Sep 2020 at 01:41

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