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Carl Chambers

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Post #551
my race series pack turned up today with some stickers!

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Posted 11th Jan 2012 at 22:04
berger

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Post #552
Is that oil cooler going to be substantial enough on track?

Not sure how long your cars are, my standard car was getting to 120C with a 16 row 235mm using 20/50 fully synthetic millers.

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Posted 12th Jan 2012 at 09:08
Carl Chambers

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Post #553
Yeah I am worried about the oil cooler size but will see how it goes on the test day, if no good then I will get a larger one. This one was free/very cheap so its worth a go on the test day at least!



Test trackday is book for Friday 24th Feb at Snetterton if anyone else wants to join me?

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Posted 12th Jan 2012 at 20:57
rallyeash

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Post #554
cooler is all about position. ive got a 13 row 235mm cooler on the 205, sits side by side with the radiator and i can't get over 100 degree on the SPA gauge. thats with heavy track abuse

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Posted 12th Jan 2012 at 21:03
Carl Chambers

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Post #555
Yeah my track 205 had the standard one still with the GTi6 engine and that seemed ok as that was right in the hole in the bumper, so this one is too and is bigger than the 205 one, but thats what test days are for, so we will see.

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Posted 12th Jan 2012 at 21:06
roberts_306

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Post #556
Will be there as your pitcrew and photographer again, and will be coming with my car on trailer so can take another car for you offer is there Smile

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Posted 12th Jan 2012 at 22:07
steve954

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Post #557
fri 24th booked offThumbs up clair won't let me put my car on track though.

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Posted 12th Jan 2012 at 22:09
berger

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Post #558
Carl Chambers wrote:
Yeah my track 205 had the standard one still with the GTi6 engine and that seemed ok as that was right in the hole in the bumper, so this one is too and is bigger than the 205 one, but thats what test days are for, so we will see.


Worth a try, here is where I mounted mine, but with the car being standard, lot more weight to pull around!

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Posted 13th Jan 2012 at 08:35
daveyboy

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Post #559
rallyeash wrote:
cooler is all about position. ive got a 13 row 235mm cooler on the 205, sits side by side with the radiator and i can't get over 100 degree on the SPA gauge. thats with heavy track abuse


Don't forget, your engine is probably lugging a 25-35% lighter car than most of the rest of us, less workload, less heat energy created Wink

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R H Davey Welding Supplies. I sell new and used welding equipment in the Hampshire area. I take on welding jobs in the evenings, ally casting repairs are one of my specialities but I can weld pretty much anything. PM me with your requirements.

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Posted 14th Jan 2012 at 20:07
daveyboy

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Post #560




How thick is the metal your welder used for the engine mounts Carl? It may just be the angle of the photo but they look awfully thin to me.

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R H Davey Welding Supplies. I sell new and used welding equipment in the Hampshire area. I take on welding jobs in the evenings, ally casting repairs are one of my specialities but I can weld pretty much anything. PM me with your requirements.

Some of my services: (See my for sale threads)
Engine mount/chassis repair
Solid Beam Mounts BACK IN PRODUCTION
Harness bars
Posted 14th Jan 2012 at 20:27
Carl Chambers

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Post #561
Its 3mm, should find, same thinkness as what the BTCC car has got?

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Posted 14th Jan 2012 at 21:07
midlife

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Post #562
Gof to admit I thought the same as Jim, it does look thin in the picsDunno

Cool

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Posted 14th Jan 2012 at 21:12
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Post #563
Looks like bodywork steel ~1.5mm?

Doesn't really matter so long as you weld a couple of support washers either side for the bolt mind.

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Posted 14th Jan 2012 at 22:28
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Post #564
When do you fancy selling me the BTCC wheels so they can re-assume their rightful place on S616KDF .

On a serious note, what samce hoses have you used to locate the induction kit where it is? Really need to get round to doing mine!

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A GTI-6 with a good dashboard and the seats down can outsprint an E46 M3 in July.
Posted 1st Feb 2012 at 14:43
Carl Chambers

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Post #565
The wheels are back in the right place! they are back with the btcc 306 they came off! the rallye is just borrowing them! lol!

It was bought off Demon Tweeks and is just a 90 degree one and a bit of pipe I had spare to space it around the clutch lever

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Posted 1st Feb 2012 at 19:46
atterz

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Post #566
Ahh fair enough Big grin

Is it 76mm Hose that you used mate?

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owain wrote:
A GTI-6 with a good dashboard and the seats down can outsprint an E46 M3 in July.
Posted 1st Feb 2012 at 19:57
Carl Chambers

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Post #567
yeah think it was

fitted a new 2 litre oil catch tank as per MSA rules!



lap timing transponder which I have to have



and fitted looking through the washer bottle hole



my new crash helmet and gloves



my race suit



and race boots;



so spent a hell of a lot lately on that little lot

and got all these to fit now which were done by Adam B (CVG graphics)

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Posted 7th Feb 2012 at 21:09
atterz

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Post #568
Racing goodies arent cheap! Looking good!

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owain wrote:
A GTI-6 with a good dashboard and the seats down can outsprint an E46 M3 in July.
Posted 7th Feb 2012 at 21:12
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Post #569
Where did you buy the transponder from and how much was it?
I only ask as my mate sells them

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roland rat wrote:
You sir either live for the 6 or have a mental retardation to still be repairing this!

The best engine in the world is the vagina, it takes any size piston, its self lubricating, starts with 1 finger, and every 4 weeks does its own oil change. It's just a pity the management system is so fecking temperamental. 
Posted 7th Feb 2012 at 21:20
Carl Chambers

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Post #570
atterz wrote:
Racing goodies arent cheap! Looking good!


no they are not cheap for sure!

peetypug wrote:
Where did you buy the transponder from and how much was it?
I only ask as my mate sells them


it was one you have to have from the club and was £280 plus vat!!

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Posted 7th Feb 2012 at 21:23
welshpug!

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Post #571
check the rules on centrecaps Wink

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Posted 7th Feb 2012 at 21:35
BrianM

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Post #572
Looking well kitted out now Carl Wink

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Posted 7th Feb 2012 at 23:22
eddy_gti6

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Post #573
What did you use on your ball joints t go through the hub? Just checked out yor website and its quite interesting. Good bit work gone into all the cars on there Smile

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Posted 8th Feb 2012 at 17:52
Carl Chambers

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Post #574
eddy_gti6 wrote:
What did you use on your ball joints t go through the hub? Just checked out yor website and its quite interesting. Good bit work gone into all the cars on there Smile


thanksSmile

I used a pin that Combrake use on their 205 rose joint wistbone

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Posted 8th Feb 2012 at 20:28
tom275

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Post #575
I saw you fitted 206 gti pedals, I bought some of ebay and there not the same as yours. I think you must have 307cc pedals, if anyone is thinking of doing the same don't buy 206 pedals lol
Posted 9th Feb 2012 at 09:13

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