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    Which westy to buy

    My only advice would be if you start asking too much of an engine you can build in complication and unrealiability. They don't work well in certain circumstances,become off and on and cost a bomb to fix. Seen it on the JDM world. Coming in after a lap cause it broke. Or it does not get used as it's not so no nice to drive any more. In a Westfield I'm no expert etc but there seems to be a sweet spot around 200ish that seems not too hard to achieve and does not stress other components to much. Then I'd be looking at what type of diet it had been on. Hope you find what you are looking for

    Rolling Road in Wiltshire

    ^^^ Yep in backwell they did some work my westy fitting the carbon arch guards and carbon doors....I had a go and failed |I just did not have the tools clamps etc to get them to fit. Very reasonable busy though

    Rolling Road in Wiltshire

    yep john remapped mine, goes well

    SEiW 2.0 Zetec - 185BHP


    Track day tyres supplier

    For the money they are good enough. Got them on my Westfield. Not done any wet work really so that's an unkown. Progressive enough for my talent levels on track and grippy enough on the road. £240 got me 4. Been on almost 10 months.

    My inheritance

    Welcome to the club such a sad story about your husband, but great that you kept the car. Loving the dish on those wheels

    Quaife ATB english axle oil change

    Yeah that's what I found with the ratchets, if it was a bit of a better fit, I'd go for it, but it's wedged in there too.

    Quaife ATB english axle oil change

    More fun I don't seem to have anything to go in that square hole what tool am I looking for My ratchets don't fit right
  9. Hello I would like to change the oil in my diff but would like to do it right. I checked on the quaife website and it says the below "For a Quaife ATB differential, running in a rear axle, we advise you use a hypoid 90 or 75W90" can anyone recommend some decent stuff as not changed it before. Cars used for occasional track days and fast road. The change itself? there is a nut with a square drive in it about halfway up the diff casing, so as i understand it, I take that out, suck old with a syringe thingy, and then fill up with apx a litre of new stuff till it just starts to come out of the filler hole.
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    Very stupid question about MPG .....

    yep depends on how its mapped too, more fuel = more powerz! Swear you can actually see my fuel gauge moving on a early Sunday morning.
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    Might as well show you all..

    yep I'd like a go....Looks menacing
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    Advice on buying a Westfield

    like this...bit of garage envy too. mines pretty good but not up to your shiny floor standards
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    Trickle Chargers.

    Ctek here the xs 08 one, does the job seem to remember it being cheaper though. I only need it for the winter really not used it for summer
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    Westfield Seight

    Nice car, I would like to try a V8 just for the torque, must be an experience
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    New Westfield has arrived!

    Nice car and welcome to the fold always up for stripes too My car was originally quite classic looking and went for these stripes on the side to freshen it up https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F202381049822 just an idea anyway.

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