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Hadz

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  1. Quick update. Fitted the ECU tray with threaded screws 4mm. When trail fitting the WF rollcage to make some more room in the garage, we have found that the holes for the side bars have been welded to far forward. I have referenced 3 other build threads and all have them further back on the frame. So have emailed pictures to WF.. await result. Quick question when attaching the loom is there a preferred P clip or zip-tie system to use?
  2. So we decided to drill and tap the tunnel cover, so it makes it easier to access in the future.There was quite a bit of timing to do, so the panels sat square and fixed the ECU tray hinges on to the scuttle plate also. Used these bolts: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00VVXDTDU/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_rY6QCbDFT906J?th=1 Started to lay the loom out.
  3. Also fitted the: Shocks (protech) springs 350 9' front 225 9' on rears with the new shocks I got from WF stand at the National kit car show. Willwood front brakes with 260 vented disc's , just need to find some bolts to hold the disc to the hub. Steering rack and wishbones on, not torqued up yet as lose fitting all items.
  4. This afternoon, acid etch primed the fuel tank ready for topcoat and will dintrol the base. Covered up the tested mark as was not sure this will be needed for IVA.
  5. Yes went for Poly bushes @Thrustyjust
  6. Thanks @Dave Eastwood (Gadgetman) - Club Secretary As I don't have a spring compressor would it make a massive difference if i stayed with 9ich on the rear and just upped the lb to 225lb.
  7. So WF took some more of my money at the weekend in the way of the 4 Protech shocks. After reading all this thread and a couple others, am I righting in say 225lb and 9inch springs would be correct for the rear? Also what is the recommended springs for the front? Currently building a s2000 for fast-road/track.
  8. I have always used Dave at Interpro in Thornbury very good service for mapping on my k-series. They also have a small parts shop and will give you honest advice on your tune/setup.
  9. Yes we did thanks @BugMan we clamped it in place when fitting the pipes, fingers crossed we got it right
  10. So got in the garage again today before WF picked her up and manged to fit the pipes now the paint has dried. Now onto the engine, wow this is time consuming job cleaning up the block. New gear knob turned up really pleased with the finish. (that carbon addiction has started, Yes we have sealed all the sides with SIka and have decided to go with some normal rattle can heatproof paint thanks @Dave Eastwood (Gadgetman) - Club Secretary for the info. The bushes where pressed at the factory and yes poly flex, we do not have access to a press that easily.
  11. Also started to put together the wishbones and hubs.
  12. Quick update. First time the car has been touched since Christmas. Bent the fuel pipes and drilled off all the p clips. Finished off the long brake pipe, only the 2 small ones aft to do when the car is the right way around. They followed the dentrol path for underside protection, but used a roller instead of spray as you can see in the picture (that is 3 coats). We noticed from your build threads that we were missing the plate for the steering column, so WF will be picking the frame up next week to amend this. The plan is to start on the engine prep, so will order up some engine paint did any one etch prime before spraying the block? Also have found a local company to weld up the baffle.
  13. Hi Si, Are you going to drill out the inside baffle on the rocker cover?
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