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toby

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Post #51
Great read Carl, I'd almost forgot I've still got my kit sitting in the boot of the 205 ready to be fitted, I really should get on with it but time isn't on my side at the moment.

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Posted 3rd Jun 2008 at 23:44
laurentgarnier

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Post #52
Great reading Carl. Just get the beast up and running so's you can make a bit of space for my china babyWinkLOL. Seriously, well done Carl. Your attention to detail is first class, just like your work on any members carThumbs up.

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Posted 4th Jun 2008 at 00:24
buckrogers21stc

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Post #53
Any more movement mate?

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Posted 11th Jun 2008 at 19:02
mechanical_repairs

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Post #54
Sadly not, the chap who was meant to make me the pipe work has let me down, have got the pipes from Rich now just need to get the welded in place when they turn up.

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Posted 11th Jun 2008 at 19:36
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Post #55
Looks great!! Makes me want one .... Love

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Posted 11th Jun 2008 at 20:31
coopgti

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Post #56
Good to read a worth while thread...car looks stunning mateCool

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 16:08
just_iain

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Post #57
I saw this in the garage yesterday and it does look amazing. You take one look and smile, then walk away. Then five minutes later you want another look, and another and another. The car does look extremely shiny considering its sat in a garage all day. I think tea break is code for 'polish up the rallye' break. Very impressive motor pal

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 18:09
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Post #58
DHL should be collecting the pipes today so Carl should be able to get it finished next week Yes

Looking forward to seeing SC'd Rallye #2 on the road Cool

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 18:18
mechanical_repairs

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Post #59
rich_w wrote:
DHL should be collecting the pipes today so Carl should be able to get it finished next week Yes

Looking forward to seeing SC'd Rallye #2 on the road Cool



Yay



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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 18:38
jon kirby

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Post #60
In pic 20 on page 1, waht are the pipes at the bottom beneath the rad that loop back on themselves?

Looks mint mate, as a low boost conversion what sort of power will it be running?
Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 18:39
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Post #61
jon kirby wrote:
In pic 20 on page 1, waht are the pipes at the bottom beneath the rad that loop back on themselves?

Looks mint mate, as a low boost conversion what sort of power will it be running?


Without looking i'd say you mean the PAS cooling pipe.

Best place for it is the bin Yes

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 18:42
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Post #62
rich_w wrote:
jon kirby wrote:
In pic 20 on page 1, waht are the pipes at the bottom beneath the rad that loop back on themselves?

Looks mint mate, as a low boost conversion what sort of power will it be running?


Without looking i'd say you mean the PAS cooling pipe.



Best place for it is the bin Yes


Yes Thats what he asking about.
Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 18:59
fletch

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Post #63
Maybe Peugeot thought a vigorous session of steering would require the fluid cooling Laugh

Why oh why, didn't they spent the fooking money on the electrics LOL
Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 19:01
rich_w

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Post #64
fletch wrote:
Maybe Peugeot thought a vigorous session of steering would require the fluid cooling Laugh

Why oh why, didn't they spent the fooking money on the electrics LOL


Laugh

Guess that's just Peugeot for you.

Roll eyes

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 19:05
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Post #65
snap? not literally



had all mine off freshening up the slam panel, bumper and stopping movement in my headlights

carls is a bit cleaners Yes

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 19:24
rallyestyle

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Post #66
What are your axel stands resting on Russ?

Must nearly be finished by now Unsure

Wish i had a big garage like that Yes

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 22:45
fletch

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Post #67
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What are your axel stands resting on Russ?

Must nearly be finished by now Unsure

Wish i had a big garage like that Yes


Looks like the subframe.

Russ' was finished a logn time ago Yes
Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 22:46
rallyestyle

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Post #68
fletch wrote:
Maybe Peugeot thought a vigorous session of steering would require the fluid cooling Laugh

Why oh why, didn't they spent the fooking money on the electrics LOL


I know it doesnt really make sense but surely they put it in for some reason Unsure What's the boilg temp for PAS fluid? Dunno

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 22:46
rallyestyle

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Post #69
rich_w wrote:

Looking forward to seeing SC'd Rallye #2 on the road Cool


Are there only 2 then? Both white right Unsure

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 22:47
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Post #70
Go down a few bumpy gravel roads then feel the PAS ram....

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 22:50
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Post #71
fletch wrote:
Maybe Peugeot thought a vigorous session of steering would require the fluid cooling Laugh

Why oh why, didn't they spent the fooking money on the electrics LOL



LOL
Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 22:55
mechanical_repairs

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Post #72
russbez wrote:
snap? not literally



had all mine off freshening up the slam panel, bumper and stopping movement in my headlights

carls is a bit cleaners Yes



Looks good mate, is your a low boost one aswell?

I am starting to think there will be more of these around than standard ones soon

Once you have driven one the standard ones seem so slow.

Carl

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 22:57
adam b

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Post #73
"Once you have driven one the standard ones seem so slow."

Rub it in why don't you Carl?Razz

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Posted 12th Jun 2008 at 23:06
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Post #74
fair play to ya carl! top job as always!

wish i could afford 5 grand to get one Sad

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Posted 13th Jun 2008 at 02:51
russbez

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Post #75
yeh low boost carl, u have asked me before Razz

i had it on axel stands a bit back now, because slam pannel was letting the side down, and few other niggles too

all sorted now, great piece of kit

i want your manifold Yes

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Posted 13th Jun 2008 at 05:36

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