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rich_w

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1. Cjm_harris PAID
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3. Whiterallye's Dad PAID
4. puglover
5. Birk
6. Tonto100
7. Yanni PAID
8. Farmer
9. Glenn
10. Glenn's friend
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Posted 6th Mar 2008 at 22:00
rich_w

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Post #27
As you can see we have a little problem - 13 people want flywheels, although only 10 are being made Sad

It will be a first come, first severed basis - so whoever pays first gets one.

Another batch can be made afterwards - so there will be another opportunity to get one - although this would be 4-6 weeks down the line.

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Posted 6th Mar 2008 at 21:37
rich_w

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Scrap that - just found out he's making 20 Laugh

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Posted 6th Mar 2008 at 21:40
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Post #29
any news on this rich?

estimated delivery date?

Don't mean to be impatient, just waiting on this so can put the engine back together.
Get rid of my replacement car today, so car-less from tomorrow LOL

thanks mate

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Posted 7th Mar 2008 at 23:15
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Post #30
ill be paying ASAP Rich.
Posted 7th Mar 2008 at 23:17
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Should be selling car either 2moz or next week, so i'll be paying asap Smile

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Want oneee
Posted 10th Mar 2008 at 04:09
rich_w

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Post #33
cjm_harris wrote:
any news on this rich?

estimated delivery date?

Don't mean to be impatient, just waiting on this so can put the engine back together.
Get rid of my replacement car today, so car-less from tomorrow LOL

thanks mate


Hi mate,

Hopefully they will finish the machining towards the end of this week - for delivery early next week.

I'll give them a call to find out how they are doing later, and see if any can go out perhaps at the end of this week..

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Posted 10th Mar 2008 at 13:24
richgti6

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How long would you say it should take to fit one of these?
Posted 10th Mar 2008 at 17:46
rich_w

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Post #35
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How long would you say it should take to fit one of these?


It's a good days work DIY - book time is 7,5 hours.

Ideal time to change is when you need a clutch, as g/box obviously has to come off etc

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Posted 11th Mar 2008 at 04:59
gti-james

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Hi Rich,

What is the fitting cost of these? Im very interested.

Cheers
Posted 11th Mar 2008 at 21:57
pedro_de_la_cruz

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Post #37
they are top notch, i have one and the improvment is pretty noticable, cant wait to get the alloy crank pulley on, they are meant to compliment eachother very well!

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Posted 11th Mar 2008 at 22:13
anth

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Post #38
gti-james wrote:
Hi Rich,

What is the fitting cost of these? Im very interested.

Cheers


cost of clutch labour plus a bit more, the clutch on mine needs doing before long
Posted 11th Mar 2008 at 22:15
rich_w

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Post #39
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Hi Rich,

What is the fitting cost of these? Im very interested.

Cheers


I see you are local to me - i'll see if I can get you a good quote from Lynx.

As said book time is 7.5 hours - and obviously the hourly rate varies from place to place.

It's also worth budgeting 150 odd for clutch and cable, if yours has never been replaced that is.

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Posted 12th Mar 2008 at 06:21
gti-james

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Thanks. So are you saying ill need a new cluch and cable? Mines only done 38k.
Posted 12th Mar 2008 at 21:46
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Post #41
it a false economy not changing the clutch when you do it
Posted 12th Mar 2008 at 22:06
cjm_harris

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Post #42
gti-james wrote:
Thanks. So are you saying ill need a new cluch and cable? Mines only done 38k.


If you have had a new clutch fitted then you will be fine. The point they are making is that changing the flywheel isn't an easy job.

Its more of a "while your there, might as well replace the clutch" Thumbs up

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Posted 12th Mar 2008 at 22:08
gti-james

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Ar i see thanks guys. Looks like it is quite an expensive job then!
Posted 13th Mar 2008 at 20:32
chris with a pug

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Post #44
Not that expensive really.
Posted 13th Mar 2008 at 20:54
rich_w

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Post #45
These are now pretty much finished.

They are avaible for delivery from monday onwards so get your orders in chaps Yes

I think 6 flyhweels have been paid for already; leaving 14 available.

10 are also available for 7 " race-clutch.

Cheers
Rich

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Posted 14th Mar 2008 at 17:17
cjm_harris

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Post #46
Big grin woop woop Big grin

You have my money and address!

Look forward to receiving it Big grin

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Posted 14th Mar 2008 at 22:24
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Post #47
Rich i had a word with Ryan

Apparently I need Different bolts to the ones provided where do I get a set of those then?
Dave

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Posted 17th Mar 2008 at 06:37
daza

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Post #48
please can i have 1 and where and when can i get hold of 1 of these babys

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Posted 22nd Mar 2008 at 18:26
whiterallye

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Post #49
received both today, they look ace...and are the weight thats quoted Big grin

cheers.

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Posted 25th Mar 2008 at 19:02
cjm_harris

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Post #50
mines fitted Smile

found that the bolts for the clutch didnt fit the flywheel so had to get some others Whistle

looks awesome though, shame it wont really be seen again Sad

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Posted 26th Mar 2008 at 02:12

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