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Old 02-03-2019, 16:19   #496
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1 & 2. Final build after adjustments

3. Billet selector fork.

4. Close up of spigot which locates into the selector barrel - spigot can rotate as it sits in a bearing.

5. Bolts ready for install.

6. Torquing outer case.
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Old 02-03-2019, 16:24   #497
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1. Final check of input shaft end play - from calculations and shimming, it should be 0.15mm - within 3 microns!

2. Custom upper mount shown.
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Old 02-03-2019, 17:55   #498
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Another massive thanks to clive.
The exact reason I wait for a booking slot
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Old 03-03-2019, 10:02   #499
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Had a couple of pms sent my way ill give a brief update on the engine and transmission and a few goals.


Engine wise same 2.37 LR
pistons are wiseco HD with dimondyze hard anodising and coated crowns and skirts.
carrillo rods with carr bolts
all the usual other bits required.
wire rung head with 625 bolts with the bigger washers
1/2 filled block we still run coolant in the block but helps the flex and HG seal plus the normall RD tweaks during machining.
Rd top spec ported head with custom solid cams.
king pmax cote bearings.
just a brief detail.

also changed to a new ND v4 dry sump kit with the auto verdi oil pump.
-12 twin scavange
-16 return
-16 oil feed to the pump
2 x -10 rocker breathers back to tank
all fittings are ultraflow flow better than the fas flow
a custom 10L AH fab tank is going to be made to sit above the gearbox mount to the strut top.
only thing ive changed is the oil filter housing to include a thermostat as im not a fan of over cooled oil.

The gearbox its self is a X shift 6 speed sequential
ISF internals
oil pump
Quaife centre diff with uprated bearings from Clive.
all built to tighter tolerances by Mr Clive need i say more.
the box has an oil capacity of 4.4L so extra cooling.

to control the up shift and down shift uses an inbuilt load sensor with a bosch DBW and the new syvecs 7 ecu.
36-1 trigger wheel with a different sensor for more accuracy

The target in to run a 9.5 1/4 mile i full road form and some track days.
full interior
full exhaust
E marked tyres
turbos choices i have currently under my table 6466 or 6870.

going to try pull some weight out the front end so and light weight front subframes drop me a pm please.

Thanks for read reading and a big thumbs up too

Clive
Tim
matt
kenny
conrad
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Had to fully rebuild the car
should be on the dyno by xmas.

be careful who you take your car too....................
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Oh dear not good. Who’s done the damage ?
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Had to fully rebuild the car
should be on the dyno by xmas.

be careful who you take your car too....................
Sorry to hear this... look forward to seeing the finished article though
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Old 24-10-2020, 16:38   #506
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im not on here really any more but its taken me a year and ive got the car bigger and better than before ( PLEASE NO POLITICS ON THIS THREAD)


my self and a few close friends after the independant inspections pulled the car apart and started again ive got the car to this spec, i would post pictures but photobucket is been daft.


ENGINE

2.2 Long rod
new oem block 85mm bore
1/2 filled
H11 custom 12mm head studs
H11 main studs
custom carrillo rods with bigger carr bolts
custom wiseco hd pistons
callies CWT 94mm crank
ND v 4 drysump

HEAD

race developments full spec head
custom solid cams
solid lifters
few other trick bits
fire ring head gasket

INLET

JMF billet 8 injector manifold
bosch 82mm DBW
ID 1050 small injectors
ID 2600 big
anodised black

Exhaust and turbo

Nortech big runner manifold
Precision 6870
4 inch down pipe
3/5 inch exhaust blend just under sub frame
turbo smart wastegate

FUELING

walbro 450 lift pump
AN 6 feed and return to swirl pot
Radium swirl pot with twin 525 fuel pumps
AN 8 feed and return
radium FPR with fuel damper

COOLING

custom STM csf cored radiator AN fittings
improved racing oil cooler
Custom ETS 4.6 inch cooler
all coated in heat disspersion coating
all held together with vibrant HD clamps
custom boost pipes
twin SPAL 12 inch fans

RUNNING GEAR AND CLUTCH

Excedy tripple hd clutch
Clive w spec X shift 6 speed sequential box
clive w spec non acd cusco transfer box
clive w spec RS diff
full carbon prop to reduce shock loads.

ELECTRONICS

Syvecs S8
my own custom R35 GTR cop kit
ecu master PDM
wosp 175 amp alternator
AIM digital dash
MME paddle shift
custom steering wheel with controls
fully wired and complete new harness by racing circuits DR spec
loads of features and safety cuts added and overides.

the car as loads and loads and loads more bits far too much to list


Paul blamaires as offered the mapping and calibration so it will be in good hands their.


so guys no matter what keep pushing and dont let the bar stewards bring you down.

big thanks to the following people and those who want to remain silent.

Ross walker from Ross sport
Simon norris from ND
jonny c form omega
conrad aka armchair tuner
Tim from RD
simon boot schuband auto works RIP dude
Racing circuits
Syvecs
nick smith
serdi uk
myles from ER

and a few more

thanks

keep watching for updates
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Old 24-10-2020, 20:37   #507
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Honestly Andrew, this is nothing short of epic! Can't wait to see the final/finished article! I need a ride in this too
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Wow that’s dedication right there to keep spending and keeping the faith. Good luck with it and a cracking spec
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Old 25-10-2020, 15:59   #509
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Credit to you for carrying on, I know what you went through and many would of thrown in the towel.
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Old 25-10-2020, 17:58   #510
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Will we ever see this run

Shame no 30-130 any more you'd have enjoyed that! Vmax perhaps good event for it once done
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