displaying posts 51 to 75 of 234

Pages (10): first .. 2 [3] 4 .. last

Author Subject: SOS Track 205 16v Turbo
allesclar

Seasoned Pro

Location: Sheffield

Registered: 17 May 2009

Posts: 4,254

Status: Offline

Post #51
simply awesome Smile

________________________________________

Team allesclar ®

Posted 16th Aug 2009 at 18:34
birk

Seasoned Pro

Location: Doncaster

Registered: 24 Oct 2005

Posts: 7,032

Status: Offline

Post #52
Must say you have done a top job on this, i thought my project dimma was a nightmare to get roadworthy, you must have had some headaches with this for sure.

Makes me want to get rid of it for a lightweight supercharged 205 Smile Unsure

You have any quarter mile times, 0-60 etc ?

Whats it like to drive aswell, must feel nice ?

________________________________________

Dimma + Gt35 turbo = Ninja
Solid rear beam mounts £130
07889376885
Dan
Posted 16th Aug 2009 at 19:10
eddy_gti6

Seasoned Pro

Location: Durham

Registered: 20 Oct 2008

Posts: 8,716

Status: Offline

Post #53
looks awsome mate.
will be good to see this at ecosse RR day on the 31st of october if you can make it

________________________________________


Clicky: [url =http://www.306gti6.com]click here[/url] remove the space between [url & =
Posted 16th Aug 2009 at 19:24
cherry

Regular

Location: perth

Registered: 24 Dec 2008

Posts: 347

Status: Offline

Post #54
Have you not got a diff fitted? Awesome build there!

________________________________________

money makes the turbo go round!
Posted 16th Aug 2009 at 19:36
sosmotorsport

Regular

Location: falkirk

Registered: 24 Jun 2009

Posts: 339

Status: Offline

Post #55
runs a Quaife ATB Limited slip diff

as for top speed not been brave enough yet seen 145mph on the stack in 4th tho
Whistle

will be on track very soon just a few little mods to finish of then straight on the track next week

managed to get hold of slicks now as well so hopefully give me even more grip and traction Cool

________________________________________

SOS Motorsport
www.sosmotorsport.co.uk
450bhp 205 16v Turbo
www.facebook.com/pages/SOS-Motorsport/159917677353556
Posted 16th Aug 2009 at 23:47
turbowagon

Regular

Location: wellington

Registered: 07 Mar 2008

Posts: 371

Status: Offline

Post #56
i want that turbo on the 8v motor!! can u put up the spec of the 8v lump ??

________________________________________

slowest project car ever.com
Posted 19th Aug 2009 at 16:06
mabgti

NV motors

Location: Bham tunnel @7400rpm

Registered: 28 Aug 2003

Posts: 9,127

Status: Offline

Post #57
what an amazing build.. so inspirational..

can i ask.. who made the strut plates for you..

________________________________________

Team Supercharged Gti-6

NV Motorsport
Automotive Performance Tuning
0121 448 7515
ECU Remapping/ DPF removal
VAG/BMW Diag and Option Coding
Peugeot Planet ECU coding/transponder programming etc
www.nvmotorsport.com
Facebook Page
Project S6
Posted 19th Aug 2009 at 22:01
sosmotorsport

Regular

Location: falkirk

Registered: 24 Jun 2009

Posts: 339

Status: Offline

Post #58
the 8v turbo was a std engine except from

the t3 aet turbo
cat cam
and kms management
turbo boosting at 20psi
and cosworth green injectors
and made over 200 ATW


as for those plates cant remember where i got them

________________________________________

SOS Motorsport
www.sosmotorsport.co.uk
450bhp 205 16v Turbo
www.facebook.com/pages/SOS-Motorsport/159917677353556
Posted 20th Aug 2009 at 00:33
sosmotorsport

Regular

Location: falkirk

Registered: 24 Jun 2009

Posts: 339

Status: Offline

Post #59
well after feeling the brakes werent up to the rest of the car i got these custom made Alcon 4 pots with 305mm rotors custom bells and brackets but still never fitted under the 15s so with a little bit more work we got them to fit and clear the std alloys 8)






new ast coilovers



and with a wee trip down south picked up 2 sets of slicks

________________________________________

SOS Motorsport
www.sosmotorsport.co.uk
450bhp 205 16v Turbo
www.facebook.com/pages/SOS-Motorsport/159917677353556
Posted 20th Aug 2009 at 00:34
turbowagon

Regular

Location: wellington

Registered: 07 Mar 2008

Posts: 371

Status: Offline

Post #60
soundsofsilence wrote:
the 8v turbo was a std engine except from

the t3 aet turbo
cat cam
and kms management
turbo boosting at 20psi
and cosworth green injectors
and made over 200 ATW

crikey that would be nice from mine, is your 16v a t16 lump? or converted 8v


as for those plates cant remember where i got them

________________________________________

slowest project car ever.com
Posted 20th Aug 2009 at 13:25
rallyestyle

Seasoned Pro

Location: London

Registered: 23 Jul 2003

Posts: 14,990

Status: Offline

Post #61
looks awesome mate, well done Thumbs up

________________________________________

Just Drive It
Posted 20th Aug 2009 at 18:01
turbowagon

Regular

Location: wellington

Registered: 07 Mar 2008

Posts: 371

Status: Offline

Post #62
any more on this 1?

________________________________________

slowest project car ever.com
Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 15:50
fletch

Track Head

Location: The nearest Shell garage

Registered: 12 Jun 2004

Posts: 12,273

Status: Offline

Post #63
That looks epic Cool
Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 17:30
chicken_rallye

Regular

Location: Portsmouth

Registered: 02 Mar 2009

Posts: 166

Status: Offline

Post #64
up there with the best build threads i have read through!
a credit to you, any vids yet?

________________________________________

tap tap....BOOM!!

Now singing sweetly thanks to a fistful of cash and a friendly Rich_w!
Posted 28th Aug 2009 at 20:13
daviewonder

Regular

Location: West sussex

Registered: 01 May 2009

Posts: 307

Status: Offline

Post #65
one word - AWESOME Big grin Big grin Big grin

________________________________________

Why is it that shoe repairers are so good at cutting keys? - Harry Hill.
Posted 29th Aug 2009 at 19:06
dr-evil

Senior User

Location: Crewe

Registered: 20 Oct 2006

Posts: 901

Status: Offline

Post #66
Lovely car and happy birthday Thumbs up

________________________________________

Cad Monkey will work for chocolate biscuits....I'm not kidding
Posted 4th Sep 2009 at 01:53
jib

Seasoned Pro

Location: Doncaster

Registered: 21 Feb 2008

Posts: 1,842

Status: Offline

Post #67
Im actually speechless.

Unreal.
Posted 4th Sep 2009 at 21:20
sosmotorsport

Regular

Location: falkirk

Registered: 24 Jun 2009

Posts: 339

Status: Offline

Post #68
thanks for all the great comments

little update not a good one tho lol

had it up the track beginning of the week and had complete brake fail (master cylinder)at 120 mph plus up the straight and rolled it as had to miss a evo 8 what i was catching at a daft rate.

only plus side it it proved how well it was built due to not alot of damage for being over 10ft in the air and rolling twice.

car running gear etc still minted only minimal body damage will post pics whem am back from my holidays

thanks dave

________________________________________

SOS Motorsport
www.sosmotorsport.co.uk
450bhp 205 16v Turbo
www.facebook.com/pages/SOS-Motorsport/159917677353556
Posted 5th Sep 2009 at 03:39
clen666

Seasoned Pro

Location: Co. Durham

Registered: 12 Feb 2009

Posts: 2,401

Status: Offline

Post #69
ahh nooooo!!!

Hope the damage is as light as you say it is, this was a work of art Sad

Sounds like it was quite nasty, good to hear the cage did its job and your ok Thumbs up

________________________________________

Team 'unintentional rat look'
Posted 5th Sep 2009 at 18:03
nikkij

Newbie

Location: falkirk

Registered: 20 Feb 2009

Posts: 20

Status: Offline

Post #70
as you know love this car toalty amazing and it is flying. scary quick really something worth watching and untill you rolling it, it was stunning aswell grrr LOL . its had its first war wound just need to get it back out there cant wait till you get it sorted to see it out again.

seriously tho this is totaly something you need to see in the flesh


Posted 9th Sep 2009 at 15:43
rallyeash

Seasoned Pro

Location: Devizes

Registered: 11 Dec 2006

Posts: 4,424

Status: Offline

Post #71
thats gutting, body work repairable?

________________________________________

230 hp 2.1 16v XU 205 rallye on jenveysHyper Project thread here
309 3dr K20 Type R
Posted 9th Sep 2009 at 21:47
craigy_87

Seasoned Pro

Location: wishaw

Registered: 06 Jan 2008

Posts: 1,325

Status: Offline

Post #72
this you??

Posted 10th Sep 2009 at 02:16
rallyeash

Seasoned Pro

Location: Devizes

Registered: 11 Dec 2006

Posts: 4,424

Status: Offline

Post #73
jesus, does look like the carSad

________________________________________

230 hp 2.1 16v XU 205 rallye on jenveysHyper Project thread here
309 3dr K20 Type R
Posted 10th Sep 2009 at 03:44
mechanical_repairs

Seasoned Pro

Location: leicester

Registered: 10 Jan 2005

Posts: 12,122

Status: Offline

Post #74
Ah man that is truly gutting, hope you manage to sort it all out.

I take it you didnt get hurt?

Carl

________________________________________

C.G.Cars of Leicester, Peugeot/Citroen/Renault specialist Tel: 01162 624498/07799 405184 WWW.CGCARSLEICESTER.CO.UK
36 narborough road south, Leicester LE3 2fn

MOT station now open, tests £35 with a free retest.
Recovery available with a recovery unit, for those not so local jobs

Also offer the loan of a free courtesy car 306 dturbo
Posted 10th Sep 2009 at 03:59
welshpug!

Capt Pedantic

Location: Bigend, Wales.

Registered: 27 Mar 2007

Posts: 25,819

Status: Offline

Post #75
m/c failure I think they said, amusing that he managed to keep his foot on the brake pedal all the way through the roll!


shows the difference a good cage does.

________________________________________

need a part number? get on here - http://public.servicebox.peugeot.com

Bring on the Trumpets.

Posted 10th Sep 2009 at 15:12

Pages (10): first .. 2 [3] 4 .. last

All times are GMT. The time is now 13:59

The Peugeot GTi-6 & Rallye Owners Club - ©2024 all rights reserved.

Please Note: The views and opinions found herein are those of individuals, and not of The Peugeot 306 GTi-6 & Rallye Owners Club or any individuals involved.
No responsibility is taken or assumed for any comments or statements made on, or in relation to, this website. Please see our updated privacy policy.