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superchargedblack1997gti6

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Post #226
Nice will be nice to see you get a good result, great work.

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Posted 30th Jun 2016 at 23:41
blandy

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Post #227
Mid 200's would be awesome.

Do you have a list of specs? Where did you source the Pistons
Posted 2nd Jul 2016 at 17:07
welshpug!

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Post #228
they came with the block from Dan Taylor, originally in a 2.1 Sandy Brown built for Matt Holley, iirc they're Omega for an xe with modified valve cutouts.

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Posted 2nd Jul 2016 at 17:26
manthos

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Post #229
Welshpug this is going to be one he'll of a sleeper goof read man

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Posted 2nd Jul 2016 at 17:34
matt16v

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Post #230
2 months later, any progress?

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Posted 5th Sep 2016 at 22:42
welshpug!

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Post #231
not much, I decided to buy some brakes.


Peugeot 206 cup car Alcon 290mm brakes by WELSHPUG, on Flickr

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[/url]Peugeot 206 cup car Alcon 290mm brakes by WELSHPUG, on Flickr



Peugeot 206 cup car Alcon 290mm brakes by WELSHPUG, on Flickr

Thats a saxo vts/xsara vtr Indianapolis wheel without any spacers, 205 speedline needed 3mm, no cyclones to hand.


Peugeot 206 cup car Alcon 290mm brakes by WELSHPUG, on Flickr

Pro race 1's, Direct pug fit, not the grey ones that don't fecking fit that Bowen sold me, tit.

And faff with the cooling system to get cleaner colder air to the trumpets without having to use an airbox.




20160821_161554 by WELSHPUG, on Flickr

205 rad and Spal 9" pusher fan, couple of brackets made up from stuff I found knocking about.


20160809_175628 by WELSHPUG, on Flickr

A bit of plastic coated aluminium and foam board

Need some pipe adapters as the top hose is a different diameter and I'm keeping the heat exchanger, so needed to tee into the bottom of the rad, looking to source probably a 406 expansion tank and place it on the chassis leg in front of the PAS bottle

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Posted 5th Sep 2016 at 23:09
Day666

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Post #232
Getting there Mei ....looking great
When we going to see you & your car at Combe ?
Posted 6th Sep 2016 at 14:33
welshpug!

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Post #233
Possibly not this year as we're running out of days and I keep finding things to upgrade/buy Big grin

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Posted 6th Sep 2016 at 16:02
Day666

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Post #234
welshpug! wrote:
Possibly not this year as we're running out of days and I keep finding things to upgrade/buy Big grin


That money tree must be paying off now Thumbs up
Look forward to seeing you next year m8

Pop over Sat if you can ...Will & lots of the lads are about & I'll take you around Thumbs up
Posted 6th Sep 2016 at 17:03
welshpug!

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Post #235
law of sod I'm not away in Belgium this time but working!

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Posted 6th Sep 2016 at 18:02
welshpug!

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Post #236
no money tree, its mostly used bits apart from the rods and cams!

oh and doing it all myself and it still looks crap LOL

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Posted 6th Sep 2016 at 18:04
roland rat

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Post #237
welshpug! wrote:


oh and doing it all myself and it still looks crap LOL


Always will look crap it's a ZX Laugh my ass off

Seriously though good progress mate like to see how quick this is compared the the Megane
Posted 6th Sep 2016 at 21:27
welshpug!

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Post #238
says the driver of a fat arsed megane :p

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Posted 7th Sep 2016 at 14:10
roland rat

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Post #239
welshpug! wrote:
says the driver of a fat arsed megane :p


I like big butt and cannot lie Wink
Posted 7th Sep 2016 at 21:32
RetroPug

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Post #240
Are you planning on wiring the fan into the standard wiring?

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Posted 7th Sep 2016 at 21:57
welshpug!

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Post #241
yep, the zx is a much simpler wiring arrangement than the 306 though, the loom plugs straight into the shunt box and there's an earth plug in the corner of the box.

all I need to do is attach the fan to the zx wiring loom, thermoswitch is in the same location.

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Posted 7th Sep 2016 at 22:01
Day666

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Post #242
welshpug! wrote:
yep, the zx is a much simpler wiring arrangement than the 306 though, the loom plugs straight into the shunt box and there's an earth plug in the corner of the box.

all I need to do is attach the fan to the zx wiring loom, thermoswitch is in the same location.


You not plugging it in to the DTA ?
Posted 7th Sep 2016 at 22:52
welshpug!

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Post #243
naah, dont need to, its reliable enough and the right temperature.
already.

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Posted 8th Sep 2016 at 05:40
welshpug!

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Post #244
forgot to add these few pics



20161004_204331 by WELSHPUG, on Flickr



thanks to Dave at Satchell engineering for welding these up for me.





got a 205 expansion tank behind the headlamp.

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Posted 2nd Dec 2016 at 14:51
blandy

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Post #245
Now thats a idea. Does it just grip the top of the rad?

Ive mounted my rad 3 or 4 times and still not really happy with how it is (does work well) so may just copy that idea. Looks like you've gained alot more room up front
Posted 2nd Dec 2016 at 14:53
welshpug!

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Post #246
this week I bought some Trumpets.



satchell engineering dcoe pattern throttle body trumpets, 45mm bore 50mm tall. by WELSHPUG, on Flickr



satchell engineering dcoe pattern throttle body trumpets, 45mm bore 50mm tall. by WELSHPUG, on Flickr

They do look mighty short but are actually 50mm, the length is to suit my total inlet tract vs cam profile and stroke etc, I let Colin do the maths.

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Posted 2nd Dec 2016 at 14:55
welshpug!

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Post #247
blandy wrote:
Now thats a idea. Does it just grip the top of the rad?

Ive mounted my rad 3 or 4 times and still not really happy with how it is (does work well) so may just copy that idea. Looks like you've gained alot more room up front


yep, the bottom of the rad has the two pegs and the top has the plates that wrap over the top, rubbers in underneath.

the zx does have a big space up front, this rad is about 60mm shallower and it is at an angle.

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Posted 2nd Dec 2016 at 14:57
blandy

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Post #248
Nice.. does he keep trumpets on the shelf?
Posted 2nd Dec 2016 at 15:47
welshpug!

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Post #249
kind of, he has the bellmouth and tube machined up and the flanges, they just need final trimming to length and pressing the flanges on so its just a few days.

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Posted 2nd Dec 2016 at 16:06
Day666

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Post #250
So glad your getting on with it Mei ....I'm sure your aware I'm running everything Satchel & have a one off inlet Manifold designed by Sandy & Colin ...it's top end quality & bonus is it's looks amazing ...shame to put a Airfilter over it Whistle
Posted 2nd Dec 2016 at 19:26

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