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brett-black-rallye

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Posted 18th Apr 2009 at 16:59
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ive got to carpet the tunnel and give it a good hoover then thats the inside out of the way.
Posted 9th Apr 2009 at 06:26
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iv bought an engine from david1519 that has been stripped down. the bottom end has been sent off to coltech race engines to have a rebuild.



Posted 9th Apr 2009 at 06:51
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as i make walls flat for a living im not all that mechanical minded, so a friend of mine has kindly given me a space in his unit with close supervision with building this engine. for some reason he has a intrest in vauxhalls! i thought i would give his project a mention as you eagle eyed lot will probley spot his project in some of the pics anyways.

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Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 16:20
brett-black-rallye

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the plans for the engine are

jenvey throttle bodies
mega squirt ecu
piper ultimate road cams
ported and polished head
vernier pullies
rich w lightwieght flywheel
rich w alloy bottom pulley
all on a fresh bottom end
Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 15:11
brett-black-rallye

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whilst im waiting on bits ive decided to get the paint out and freshen up

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stupidly heavy braket



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Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 15:35
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Looks like this will be another interesting project, I'm looking forward to see its progress Smile

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Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 15:37
brett-black-rallye

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started upgrading the brakes last nite. i only had time to do the fronts though


Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 15:47
brett-black-rallye

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iv got a ported and polished head from carl (mechanical_repairs) and i was pleased to see the difference between heads.

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ported and polished



Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 15:59
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Sounds good. What power figures are you looking at once finished?
Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 17:44
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hopefully about 200 - 210
Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 21:10
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Looks a good project mate, keep it up Thumbs up

brett-black-rallye wrote:
hopefully about 200 - 210


Think you will make more than that to be honest Yes

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Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 21:47
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Looks good : )

Where are you getting it mapped? and what sort of valve timings are you looking at?

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Posted 10th Apr 2009 at 21:59
brett-black-rallye

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brett-black-rallye wrote:
hopefully about 200 - 210


Think you will make more than that to be honest Yes


im just using everyone elses as a guideline, most people on here with throttle bodies and cams dont see more than 210
Posted 11th Apr 2009 at 02:48
brett-black-rallye

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monkeyman wrote:
Looks good : )

Where are you getting it mapped? and what sort of valve timings are you looking at?


its being mapped at engine advantages in chelmsford. i cant remember the the valve timing off the top of my head mate.
Posted 11th Apr 2009 at 02:53
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Looking good mate Cool ive been watching ronnies progress on the astra too lol going to be awsome when he's done.

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Posted 11th Apr 2009 at 02:59
brett-black-rallye

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yeah its going to be a bit of an animal. i think hes mentioned your pug.
Posted 11th Apr 2009 at 03:08
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finally got around to doing the rear brakes.

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Posted 12th Apr 2009 at 22:28
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I quite like those discs, what are they?

Looks like a top job with the carpet, do you know how much weight that will add as Im tempted to do that when I eventually strip mine

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Posted 12th Apr 2009 at 23:04
brett-black-rallye

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i got the discs from ebay.

the carpet didnt weigh much at all mate, its worth doing just to deaden the sound.
Posted 12th Apr 2009 at 23:40
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i am chufed to say i got my throttle bodies through today, so i had to give them a trial fit to the head.
















Posted 18th Apr 2009 at 04:47
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heres a few more goodies i have to go on











Posted 18th Apr 2009 at 05:02
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Coming on a treat mate

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Posted 18th Apr 2009 at 13:59
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the front was lowered 40mm but IMO still looked rather high, so i went for gmax -60mm. the rallye will probley never see a track so i didnt want to spent a massive amount on suspension.
Posted 18th Apr 2009 at 16:12
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iv started lowering the front







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