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Author Subject: MY 205 GTI-6 Supercharged Track car
spiky

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Post #1
my bro keeps telling me to post it up on here,

so here goes

ALL the pic's are HERE

but here is a quick run through of the progress

from how it started to pretty much how it is now





































































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Posted 6th Mar 2011 at 16:09
damien

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Post #2
got any pics?
Posted 13th Nov 2008 at 14:04
spiky

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damien wrote:
got any pics?


of?

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Posted 13th Nov 2008 at 14:11
sacko_gti6

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Post #4
Looking good Thumbs up..

Is it finshed yet?

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Posted 13th Nov 2008 at 14:23
rallyeash

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Post #5
looking good mate! are them 8v thermostat adaptors any good?

dont think they were about when i was sorting my top hose out Sad

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Posted 13th Nov 2008 at 14:25
spiky

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Post #6
i was complete up until a few weeks back.

when i decided to mod the tunnet and paint the bay.

cambelt tonight

then the engine goes back in Big grin

it was at the ring in late august too Smile

next track day 29th dec at donny Smile

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Posted 13th Nov 2008 at 14:25
spiky

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Post #7
rallyeash wrote:
looking good mate! are them 8v thermostat adaptors any good?

dont think they were about when i was sorting my top hose out Sad


only been fitted recently, didn't want to chance it before the ring,

will soon find out if it's ok ..lol

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Posted 13th Nov 2008 at 14:27
pugjim

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Post #8
Looking good so far Smile i would be a little worried about those seat mounting bars you have put in thou, there is no strength at all in the handbrake mounting plate, ive seen these crack and come away from the body just through normal handbrake useage, im pretty sure in an accident the strength of it wouldnt be up to the job.
Posted 13th Nov 2008 at 21:31
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Post #9
just a question are the 205 and 306 subframes the same?
Posted 13th Nov 2008 at 22:02
spiky

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pugjim wrote:
Looking good so far Smile i would be a little worried about those seat mounting bars you have put in thou, there is no strength at all in the handbrake mounting plate, ive seen these crack and come away from the body just through normal handbrake useage, im pretty sure in an accident the strength of it wouldnt be up to the job.


been told a few timesa bout that,

the passenger seat is a little high, so will be chnaging all that, once the car is back together



the cambelt/water pump/pullies and tensioners were all changed last night. Big grin

the old belt was quite loose Blink

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Posted 14th Nov 2008 at 13:14
spiky

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Post #11
Time for a little update, the engine is a little closer to being fitter, just need my pedal box painted and fitted and it can go back in Big grin









swapped the Quaife over into a 1.6 box and gave a lick of paint







Had the valance painted Big grin







Rear hatch painted Big grin






bonnet painted Big grin







Changed my mind on the cabling, it was starting to look cluttered, so moved the fuse box's and relays inside the car now Big grin, as you can see look much better Big grin









My new expansion tank, as the old one wasn't see through, so couldn't tell if there was any water in there, or if it had mixed with oil Big grin





Had the battery tray powder coated, as it was looking very minging..lol










here is my new washer bottle, and the new location for the fuse holder and relays Big grin


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Posted 21st Nov 2008 at 13:01
binkagti

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Post #12
looking good mate,

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Posted 22nd Nov 2008 at 00:48
roland rat

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Post #13
Adam helping you out with this mate?
Posted 22nd Nov 2008 at 02:09
spiky

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Post #14
no, he got others things to worry about Big grin

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Posted 22nd Nov 2008 at 02:18
roland rat

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spiky wrote:
no, he got others things to worry about Big grin


How is he and the family?

Haven't heard of him for a while since the fire Sad
Posted 22nd Nov 2008 at 23:25
buzzbrightyear

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Post #16
nice project, id love to have a nice big garage and th resources to do somthing similair, well done mate

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Posted 23rd Nov 2008 at 15:40
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Post #17
Wow looking very good, cant wait to see it finished, keep up the good work Clapping

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Posted 24th Nov 2008 at 01:41
dangerous dave

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Post #18
spiky wrote:
damien wrote:
got any pics?


of?


LOL LOL Meet LOL LOL LOL Laugh my ass off Laugh my ass off Laugh my ass off

I chuckled

Nice porject btw

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Posted 24th Nov 2008 at 02:22
spiky

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Post #19
roland rat wrote:
spiky wrote:
no, he got others things to worry about Big grin


How is he and the family?

Haven't heard of him for a while since the fire Sad


he good dude, moved back in this week Big grin

just got home from there now in fact Big grin

roberts_306 wrote:
Wow looking very good, cant wait to see it finished, keep up the good work Clapping


its been finished a few times, it was at the RING in august Big grin

loads of vids on youtube, just search for "spiky gti6"

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Posted 24th Nov 2008 at 03:51
spiky

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Post #20
well big update, Big grin

Paul has made me a pedal box.... looks awesome too. Big grin

painted it the same colour as the engine bay.

this was the last peice needed so i could re-fit the engine, so 90 mins after assembling the pedal box.


woohoo engine and box back in Big grin









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Posted 27th Nov 2008 at 12:28
spiky

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Post #21
well had an hour in the garage last night, also thanks for paul for popping in after working to give a hand (though i dont think thats was his intension..lol)

309 ARB fitted to the subframe and the subframe bolted in place with STD length bottom arm

her are the clearances i have now Big grin















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Posted 28th Nov 2008 at 13:05
spiky

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Post #22
well had another few hours this evening, not much left now

tonights work

connect up low pressure warning (this has never been done..lol)
wire up alternator (i've put the gti6 one on now)
route engine loom to inside
fit all the gear linkages,gearstick,reverse cable,new top hats on gear linkages,
fit speedo cable and VSS
clutch cable
oil cooler
some water pipes at the rear of the engine, and to expansion tank
found a new place for ECU (next to exp tank, not ideal, but it's going there)
rivet inertia switch to inner wing
connect steering rack up


here are some random pictures Big grin









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Posted 29th Nov 2008 at 03:37
spiky

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Post #23
and a few more hours in the garage...lol

thats it for this week, will spend some time with sarah and lewin now Big grin

thought she is making sort the scaletrix out for xmas, so not all bad..lol

anyhow here are some pics

as i have my top mounts on top my bonnet wont shut, do you think it looks crap?

the arch's aren't dry and the pcis make it look worse than it is...














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SUPERCHARGED 205 GTI6.... are you Fooking nuts!.... ummmm YIP Smile

268+BHP and 860kg = FUN
Posted 29th Nov 2008 at 23:34
spiky

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Post #24
starting to see end of the tunnel now, lomst everything is back on the car

Left to do now

buy a new set of 309 wishbones, so i dont need to rush to make the ADJ one's
exhaust still needs to be re angled to fit the newly positioned ex manifold
screen fitted to the rear hatch.
buy and fit new SRF brake fluid
fix TPS wiring
buy and fit 76mm 90 degree pipe for airfilter
buy and fit std 8v water top hose












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Do you need a 205 > 306 gti6 plug and go engine loom? PM ME

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SUPERCHARGED 205 GTI6.... are you Fooking nuts!.... ummmm YIP Smile

268+BHP and 860kg = FUN
Posted 4th Dec 2008 at 20:14
spiky

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Post #25
not much left to do now

I bonded the screen in the rear hatch





picture from above, Big grin





and here is how i setup my topmounts for now Big grin







New sensor for my new gauge Wink





and the new modified downpipe loads of clearance, even though he picture probably doesnt show it Big grin




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Do you need a 205 > 306 gti6 plug and go engine loom? PM ME

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SUPERCHARGED 205 GTI6.... are you Fooking nuts!.... ummmm YIP Smile

268+BHP and 860kg = FUN
Posted 9th Dec 2008 at 04:00

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