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armzsc6

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I'd be dropping the tank completely as even if you removed the filler neck it's petrol vapours that catch fire so you'd still have a big exposed hole in the side of the tank where the neck connects to which will easily go bang.

You need to get all this worked out on Dan's Aaron as we still got my cage to weld in LOL

nice to see things getting done properly on this motor. Looks to have had a few shortcuts / bodges in the past but all easily sorted. Interested to see what power it ends up making as I hope to do similar to mine soon.

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Posted 21st Jul 2015 at 22:47
aaron6

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Yours will be easy enough I think mate. It welds to the boot floor. We'll have a crack at it soon.

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Posted 22nd Jul 2015 at 07:05
rallyeash

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armzs16 wrote:
I'd be dropping the tank completely as even if you removed the filler neck it's petrol vapours that catch fire so you'd still have a big exposed hole in the side of the tank where the neck connects to which will easily go bang.

You need to get all this worked out on Dan's Aaron as we still got my cage to weld in LOL

nice to see things getting done properly on this motor. Looks to have had a few shortcuts / bodges in the past but all easily sorted. Interested to see what power it ends up making as I hope to do similar to mine soon.


For sure, it would probably be safer to leave the fuel system sealed!

Yeah it's had a few short cuts, but actually 99% of the parts are there. So everything that's going on in this project thread is mainly labour which is good for Petey's wallet!

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Posted 22nd Jul 2015 at 07:49
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Cool. I'm going to keep an eye on this one.

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Posted 22nd Jul 2015 at 09:57
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Fair play, that car will definitely be a weapon around combe! Looks like you have a lot of work on it, but will be worth while. Will be good to see it after its run in!

Regards to the cage, have just refitted the one back in the 306, remove the 10mm nut and the fuel filler neck washer, and it will drop down and swivel out the way, leave the fuel cap on and it was perfect. Used some insulation boards to keep any heat away, also used some cool gel usually used for working in tight spaces soldering pipes, keeps the heat away also!

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Posted 22nd Jul 2015 at 10:17
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Loving what your doing Smile

By way she had a feature in PFC when she was low boost Smile
Posted 4th Aug 2015 at 18:47
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More progress this weekend...

Ash finished welding in and customizing the OMP cage, cheers mate Thumbs up








Then I painted the cage/interior:








Really pleased with the result Smile



I've also been shopping, first went to see Ash over in Essex to collect this...




It may not look much but it has been rebuilt by KAD with straight cut 3rd & 4th gears.

Will be cleaned up and painted then fitted with a plate diff and fitted to the car!


Also went to Merlins Motorsport at Castle Combe for some box section to make seat rails from and came away with these:











Cool

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Disco_Stu

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Nice work, looking forward to seeing more updates

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Posted 27th Aug 2015 at 21:12
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Post #34
What plate diff are you going for? Most can't handle the power of a boosted 6 so make sure it's rated enough for what you need
Posted 27th Aug 2015 at 22:04
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What plate diff are you going for? Most can't handle the power of a boosted 6 so make sure it's rated enough for what you need


Not sure yet, I'll do some research... any suggestions? I was thinking about sticking with the quaiffe I already have, but just don't think it will be aggressive enough

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Posted 28th Aug 2015 at 07:22
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Love what your doing Smile cant wait to see it on road
Posted 2nd Oct 2015 at 02:57
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petey wrote:
pugheaven wrote:
What plate diff are you going for? Most can't handle the power of a boosted 6 so make sure it's rated enough for what you need


Not sure yet, I'll do some research... any suggestions? I was thinking about sticking with the quaiffe I already have, but just don't think it will be aggressive enough

quaiffe don't do a plate diff m8

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Posted 2nd Oct 2015 at 08:36
Nick.gti6

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Post #38
I think he means an atb one
Posted 2nd Oct 2015 at 08:56
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Post #39
Looking awesome, love the cage etc - i need to spend some serious cash to get to this point alone, keep up the good work!
Posted 2nd Oct 2015 at 09:41
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Nick.gti6 wrote:
I think he means an atb one


Yeh it's just a Quaiffe ATB. I had one in my 16v 106 rallye track car and it worked really well to be fair but just not sure if it will be aggressive enough on track with this kind of power...

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Posted 3rd Oct 2015 at 11:24
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Chr1sch wrote:
Looking awesome, love the cage etc - i need to spend some serious cash to get to this point alone, keep up the good work!


Thanks mate I'm really pleased with it so far, the cage has come along really well considering it was just a basic OMP bolt in to start with!

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Posted 3rd Oct 2015 at 11:27
pete-gti

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It already has a quaiffe fitted
Posted 6th Oct 2015 at 16:08
Day666

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This Car doesn't now look much of a daily so if it was me I would 110% go 3j plate diff ...speak to Miles & see if they can handle the sort of power your going to be running first Thumbs up

ATBs are much better all round ...but this doesn't look like a all round car now LOL
The correct Plate diff will run rings round ATBs on tracks ...

If your going the full hog....plate diff if Miles says it will take the power / Torque Thumbs up

Can't wait to see you at Combe Thumbs up
Still think Pete should of kept it & is a massive credit to the groundwork he did Whistle

But I will get to see it & action day with it now Big grin
Posted 6th Oct 2015 at 16:43
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pete-gti wrote:
It already has a quaiffe fitted


Yes it does mate, but I've bought another box with straight cut gears, so I'm thinking of selling the Quaiffe with the standard box then fitting a plate diff to the new box...

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Posted 6th Oct 2015 at 22:56
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Day666 wrote:
This Car doesn't now look much of a daily so if it was me I would 110% go 3j plate diff ...speak to Miles & see if they can handle the sort of power your going to be running first Thumbs up

ATBs are much better all round ...but this doesn't look like a all round car now LOL
The correct Plate diff will run rings round ATBs on tracks ...

If your going the full hog....plate diff if Miles says it will take the power / Torque Thumbs up

Can't wait to see you at Combe Thumbs up
Still think Pete should of kept it & is a massive credit to the groundwork he did Whistle

But I will get to see it & action day with it now Big grin


Yeh it won't be much of an all rounder when finished hence why I don't really want to compromise with the diff. I will speak to Miles and see what he recommends...

Will be welding in new seat rails and fitting the new seat this weekend, getting there slowly!!!

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Posted 6th Oct 2015 at 23:02
Day666

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I've got the same Drivers seat ..amazing fit & holds you in well round the quickest corners ....

Miles knows his stuff Thumbs up
Posted 6th Oct 2015 at 23:08
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Progress..

Yesterday I cut out the old seat mount and set about welding in replacement rails.







Seat fitted and steering wheel fitted.





Fuel lines to do next...

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Posted 11th Oct 2015 at 22:38
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We must've had that seat in and out over 10 times was worth it tho the driving position is now perfect for me Smile

Top work Thumbs up

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Posted 12th Oct 2015 at 18:48
Day666

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petey wrote:
We must've had that seat in and out over 10 times was worth it tho the driving position is now perfect for me Smile

Top work Thumbs up


What about everybody else LOL

Great updates ....well done you two Thumbs up
Keep the updates coming
Posted 17th Oct 2015 at 11:22
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Dont be suprised if the pkate diff fails

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