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woodman

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woodman last won the day on August 8 2013

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    Toyota 1600 , Narrow

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  1. woodman

    Loton Park 25th & 26th August

    Please count me in for mini bus Graham .
  2. woodman

    Top ball joint

    To double check - put car on nice flat surface Just get a piece of ply, about 2' square, push it up against wheel until it touches tyre at bottom, measure gap to rim at top and botton. check after refitting ball joint.
  3. woodman

    Dash/Reverse Cam

    My daughter would like to fit a combined camera pckage to her van . Now I am completely useless with Tech so I am hoping that the more tech minded amongst you can give me some advise please She is probably looking to the lower budget end of the market T I A Stu
  4. It depends on what set up you want to acheive. My experience is more Hillclimb biased. I think its fair to say that Johns is more circuit biased.
  5. I always ran with std track but I know quite a few top cars had widetrack.
  6. woodman

    21st Party -Hillclimb try and evening dinner

    superb event. big thanks to Graham and all the organising team . Great to catch up with everyone Stu
  7. Dont forget your driving lisences
  8. woodman

    21st Party -Hillclimb try and evening dinner

    got the westfield 'SS' fired up over the W/E. Just hope I can get all the other bits sorted in time, lots to do still , hope it actually drives ok really looking forward to the event
  9. woodman

    Fuel injection help please.

    Thanks Ash I hope to be there with Tim Pennington.
  10. woodman

    Fuel injection help please.

    Thanks Ash. I have my old foam filled 10L tank. It has an 8mm supply pipe ( to LP pump ) and also a return pipe and also a vent. I already have a swirl pot with 8mm return, 8mm inlet, vent to fuel tank and 13mm to pump. I thought I would use swirl pot due to only having 8mm feed to Fi pump if direct off tank- Is that right? But I would prefer just to feed the HP pump direct from tank and do away with swirl + LP pump if the 8mm feed would cope. Its only a std engine after all. if you have a spare Pump/filter then that would be great. I had been looking at the Sytec ones from 'Matt lewis racing' as recommended in an earlier posts by Mike and Barney. ( Are you by any chance attending 'Bromyard Speed Festival' at SW or Loton next week?) Thanks Stu
  11. woodman

    Fuel injection help please.

    Thanks. that is good to follow
  12. woodman

    Fuel injection help please.

    Thanks Mike I will have a read thru. The 20V engine has come with individual throttle bodies as standard, I have an omex 500 + trigger wheel. Will the regulator be necessary between the pump and swirl pot? thanks
  13. woodman

    Fuel injection help please.

    I am fitting a standard Toyota 20V 1600 to my old westy. I have always had engines on carbs before so am a bit unsure of best fi pump to use . It will be used for Hillclimbs and already has a 10L tank - redtop pump - swirlpot 11/2L Then I think i need- Fi pump? - fine filter?-engine just looking for a budget setup, I have seen some at 'Rally Design' but didnt really know which is most suitable any advise please thanks Stu
  14. woodman

    Steering rack query

    Have you got the top wishbones back on the right way? If not this may make a difference
  15. woodman

    Gurston Down attendance

    Mark , although I agree with your comment I feel the MSA has put up a brick wall and locked out all the casual competitors with all the rule changes over the last few years , especially ROPS, tyres, hans, etc. So no matter what the SSOT do they are limited by the winkers at the MSA
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