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Geezergs

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About Geezergs

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  • Birthday May 20

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    SEIW FW, Mazda 1.8 Sdv in rebuild phase
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    Dartford

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  1. Geezergs

    South East Meet

    Who said that,,,,,,,,
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    South East Meet

    Yep your right Kev I was going to arrange a run but have been off the road ( still am) I'm sure we could get enough for sortie or two later in the year all being square
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    South East Meet

    If we could get enough Kent members interested I'm sure we could start a meet for us lot ??
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    Toyo T1R's

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO absolute rubbish ...Just don't
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    FW Special Build Thread by Complete Novices

    Unfortunately the roll bar is the only real option.... On a FW
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    New FreeWheel Solid State Wireless Steering Button controller

    You get a free blue Peter pen as well.
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    Essex Area Monthly Meet - 9th September

    Hi Deano can I let you know a little nearer the time as I'm trying shuffle a few things around. thanks again for the offer. BTW have you had your Gas re-pipe done yet??
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    Essex Area Monthly Meet - 9th September

    I'm hoping to attend obviously Westy-less..
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    1.6 to 1.8 swap

    Rob regardless of what engine you go for you will need to change the ECU if you want to up the performance as the standard ECU can't be tuned it's fixed..
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    New FreeWheel Solid State Wireless Steering Button controller

    As usual top stuff, I do need to do something with my dash once I get back on the road this is looking good really good.
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    1.6 to 1.8 swap

    Rob if you get a MK1 1.8 it will fit, you will better fitting a ME221 ECU, I have a manifold and down pipe you can have also a very lightly used clutch and flywheel, I think you will do better dumping the MAF and using inlet air temp sender (BMW) and vacuum pipe back to the ecu.If you get Dave's Blink head the package should see about 160bhp ish can't remember if you need bigger injectors , look on the MX5 forums it's a very popular swap or contact Motorsport Electronics for advice ECU wise.. That will be a big increase for a nominal outlay I'm sure we will all give you a hand
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    FW Special Build Thread by Complete Novices

    Hi Steve fast road = Yokahama AD08's track = Toyo 888r's But I'm sure a few more options will follow soon I recommended the above as I use them both and can confirm that they work the Toyo 888r's are not designed to be used below 7 degC as they are nice and soft. Your T1R's will probably suit a heaver car so put the up on Fleabay get some money back.
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    FW Special Build Thread by Complete Novices

    Steve I see you have Toyo T1R's ,,,,,,, I assume that Westfield supplied them? You may well find them a little hard and take a long while to warm up we have some members that had a few moments last year with these tyres, they are ok for warm sunny days but any damp or wet and it's like driving on marbles.. Just my observation not any criticism. The car looks really good and nicely put together.. As Your from Rochester you may be interested in the Essex meet its probably the nearest to you I'm from Dartford and Dean is from Bexleyheath and we both go, They are a real nice group very friendly and helpful, we meet every second Sunday it's in Wickford about 20 mins the other side of the water.. Cheers Barry
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    Rolling road recommendations

    Kev Janspeed in Bexleyheath are Fast Ford specialist in fact they developed a good deal of the original RS2000 race and rally cars.. in fact they still compete with their own RS2000
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    Charge cooler radiator ideas

    Dave best of luck this has been a very interesting thread showing how something so innocuous could be so vital to performing. PS I was only joking about Chinese knock off I saw your installation at Stoneleigh and its a quality piece of kit.
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