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December 2014

Posted by Quinten in Q's Mighty Blog, 31 December 2014 · 66 views

December 31st, 2014
Spend: £111.92

Santa brought me a few presents, but that's pretty much it for this month. No progress made at all on the car :(

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Electric Sprint Racing - Year 1

Posted by johnev in johnev's Blog, 17 December 2014 · 64 views
electric sprint battery

My first sprint event with the electric Westfield was at Croft. This is quite a long circuit so I wondered if one charge could last for a whole days sprinting? I also wondered what sort of reception the car would receive from the authorities. The MSA Blue Book has nothing to say about electric cars. In the end the scrutineers were diligent and helpful if...


1st track day.

Posted by Chriscooper1 in Chriscooper1's Blog, 03 November 2014 · 36 views

I'm thinking of doing my first track day, is there anything I need to do to my westy or just the usual, tyres, water, oils etc?


12v spaghetti fest

Posted by Wagoneer in Wagoneer's Blog, 26 October 2014 · 14 views

More progress. Having discovered that the original screen washer bottle had a hole in it I ordered a nice new kit:


Bag, fittings and wiring all for a very reasonable sum. As far as the MOT tick list goes, this is near the end of the jobs. A quick fiddle and one broken replacement washer jet (...


Tel's Tales Issue 041 Ty Croes October Weekend 2014

Posted by terry everall in Tel's Tales, 06 October 2014 · 211 views

Tel's Tales 041– Ty Croes 4 th & 5 th Sept 2014

Well thats it......the season is over and unlike other years it did not all come down to the last weekend to see who had won!
The weekend saw 19 entries on Saturday and 18 on Sunday so a good showing from the club. There was atrackday on the Friday and a few of us arrived early Friday afternoon to...


Back on the road again

Posted by M444TTB in MattB's Blog, 21 September 2014 · 139 views

20th September 2014
After the track day above I quickly took the Dunnell water manifold off and got it sent away along with a new VDO water temp sensor for machining and installation. Dunnell turned it around within a week. I then left the car in the garage doing nothing until today!

The water manifold is on and the car bled through fine but I have a sl...


Taking the plunge

Posted by Dave Stirrup in First Westi, 20 August 2014 · 219 views

Well after a couple of years warming the passenger seat in Mark Redpath's SEW i started to look for one of my own. Following a car accident when i was younger (which we don't talk about. do we Mark?) its time to give up motorcycling. The pain in my wrist and hand is just to much. I needed something to replace the feeling i get from biking but without the...


Shifter Lights Homemade

Posted by pickmaster Andy Lowe in pickmaster's Blog engine swap, 26 June 2014 · 326 views

Shifter Lights Homemade I've been asked to put together how I made my shifter lights so here we go
I went to Maplins and bought
A small box
3 x 470k resistors
1x green bright led
1x yellow bright led
1x red bright led
1x small board
1x inline fuse

The LEDs are all wired 12v live via the fuse
The earth return of each LED is through a 470k resistor to an earth trigger w...


IVA passed

Posted by JPLS in Nothing ventured nothing gained, 23 June 2014 · 205 views

It would seem i have been a little remiss in keeping this blog up to date - but all things come to an end. So ends this blog

Long story short I passed IVA on Friday 20th June :t-up:

Admittedly it was 2nd attempt, but not dissapointed - I trailered the car for the first appointment on Tuesday and as it passed all the safety bits i.e brakes, steering, bui...


Prescott Blog

Posted by alexander72 - 2014 Class A Winner in Alexander72's Blog, 20 June 2014 · 252 views

Apologies for the delay in preparing this blog but I have been on a Site Supervisors Health and Safety Course all week.... enough to drive any one insane!

Prescott Hill is owned by the Bugatti Owners Club and as such is one of the old classics in the Hillclimb world. Situated in gorgeous woodland on the edge of the Winchcombe hills it really is typically...


Curborough July 6th

Posted by Paul Morcom in Speed Series Results, 17 June 2014 · 282 views

Received these from NSCC.....


Another small update

Posted by czphillips in czphillips' Sigma Swap, 09 June 2014 · 199 views

So, I've not had a great deal of time to work on the car, but some stuff has happened.

I finally found an exhaust manifold that will do what I want.

It's a universal type thing but it's p...


Reports from Committee Members, 2014 WSCC AGM

Posted by Scott Young - WSCC Chairman in The Committee Blog, 16 May 2014 · 255 views

The reports from the Committee members, presented at the 2014 WSCC AGM at the National Kit Car Show in Stoneleigh, Warwickshire on Sunday 4th May @ 1730 are now available for members to read, starting here .


Northweald Green Belt Sprint - 20th April

Posted by Beez in Beez's 2014 Sprint Blog, 21 April 2014 · 270 views
northweald, sprint, megabusa

The last even at North Weald I left feeling a bit frustrated by the huge margin by which the others had beaten my by plus my struggle to actually put a clean lap in!

I was hoping for more sun shine but the weather forecast was for rain all day, never having driven the Busa in the wet i knew this would be an interesting day should it rain. The morning was...


Fitting the Head

Posted by Adrian Clinton-Watkins - WSCC Webmaster in How to Assemble a Duratec, 09 March 2014 · 377 views

So the next job is to fit the head to the block. Start off by fitting the oil restrictor to the block. It is critical this this has the tapered hole towards the top to ensure that it will align up with the head regardless of the casing position.

Next the ARP studs are screwed into position. These need to be cleaned spotless with brake cleaner, and I u...


CO2 Emissions

Posted by japltor60 in japltor60's Blog, 20 January 2014 · 356 views

I have a year 2000 SEiW westfield with a 1996cc pinto SHOC engine. Does anyone know the official CO2 emissions (g/km) for this model, and if so do you have (or can you direct me to) official documentary evidence of this from Westfield Cars please.



Moving on

Posted by JulianE in Julian's 7se rebuild, 01 January 2014 · 591 views

Moving on literally , hopefully will have the up to this point pictures soon .. Interior and panels are well stripped , wooden
dash has gone , wilton carpets and soundproofing has been removed. Crossflow has gone , sigma is trial fitted , Isobel is driving and Jack better watch out !!
Q357GDH is now being moved to the unit where I had hoped for some swift...


Longest Build Ever? (Part 2)

Posted by waynezilla in waynezilla's Blog, 27 November 2013 · 594 views

Before too long a rolling chassis was stood upon the chassis stands. Looking quite good but not quite looking like a Westfield yet. Still a long way to go... The bodywork was hanging from the roof out of the way and my parts box was pretty much empty. Time to start thinking about how to power the beast.

I'd already decided that Zetec power was the way to...


chinon lunch with the pennine to pyranees mob

Posted by Norman Verona in Norman's Blog, 25 September 2013 · 527 views


Fitting Swirl pot

Posted by johngill in johngill's Blog, 18 August 2013 · 599 views

Decided to fit a swirl pot all parts on order. 1st part to arrive fuel pump. Fitted it this morning.


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