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  1. Hi Chaps. I am in the process of replacing my Ford Silvertop engine with a new Blacktop unit on my Westy. I have for sale the cylinder head from my Silvertop. Item Description: - Cylinder Head removed from a Ford 1.8L Zetec Silvertop Engine. - This includes valves & spring assemblies (Tappets also available) - I cannot fully verify the age and mileage of the source engine , as this was already on the car when I purchased my Westy. - The engine that this head was removed from, was burning oil / smoking. - Although this was rooted to scored cylinder bores, it is possible that the valve stem oil seals may have also contributed to the oil consumption (I do not think so, but I simply do not know for certain) Price: £55 or reasonable offers. Location: Gillingham, KENT Delivery: Pick up only as it is too heavy & expensive to ship. I am happy to deliver in the Medway area of KENT only. If you need more info, feel free to call me on 07881 655 878.
  2. griffith500user

    Ford Zetec help needed

    So, I have just bought a Westfield with a standard 2.0 silvertop on Weber alpha and I also have left over from another project (Mk2 Escort) a complete ST170 ALDA engine, stripped and in the process of being rebuilt. All the rwd escort parts that I have accumulated aside, I have a pair of new Ultimate Road Piper cams ground for VVT delete and a VVT delete kit from the States. I have a set of ARP rod bolts and a Jenvey inlet manifold. Question is, should I carry on with the complete engine build and swap the whole engine straight out, or is it an easier job to swap heads only. I know the ST has a stronger bottom end using better quality materials and under piston lubrication, but is it worth going to that length? The only other thing I've heard is that the silvertop block doesn't share the same bolt pattern for cam tensioning as the blacktop but will this cause me a problem? Answers on a postcard please..
  3. mattstone79

    Quick zetec loom question

    Hi I'm hoping somebody can answer a quick query i have regarding the standard zetec wiring loom. Where the 3 connectors connect to the main chassis loom I appear to have a 4th connector which I'm not sure what it is used for any ideas? Thanks in advance!
  4. Hi Chaps. I am in the process of replacing my Ford Silvertop engine with a new Blacktop unit on my Westy. I have for sale the alternator + bracket from my Silvertop. Item Description: - Alternator removed from a Ford 1.8L Zetec Silvertop Engine. - I cannot fully verify the age and mileage of the source vehicle that alternator was taken (as this was already on the car when I purchased it) - But it is in full working order. - Ford Number: 92AB-10300-FB. Sorry I do not have the FINIS code. - Bracket included (both the main bracket + tensioning arm) - The geared nut is not available (only a few pounds to buy) + isolator bushes on the bracket are worn and ideally should be replaced. Price: £25 + delivery cost Pick up welcome and I am happy to deliver to Gillingham / Rainham, KENT If you need more info, feel free to call me on 07881 655 878.
  5. Westfield SEIW 2 LITRE ZETEC After a lot of soul-searching, i’ve decided to let the Westfield go. I’ve owned the car for the last ten years, but recently hasn’t been getting the use it should and I’d rather it went to a good home and got the use it deserves. It’s a well presented and specified car that would make an ideal first Westfield, or a solid upgrade for an existing owner. The car incorporates a blend of practical and safety upgrades, making the car equally at home on road or track. Car is advertised here, before it goes on the usual sites. The car: Registered on a ‘Q’ plate in August 2000 WSCC members car Folder of receipts etc. Build manual and photo CD 19,448 miles 12 Months MOT with no advisories Engine/Transmission: Ford 2 litre Zetec (16v) Twin Weber 45 DCOE carburettors (5 progression hole modified for smooth power delivery) Weber Alpha ECU Scholar baffled sump and modified oil pick-up pipe Westfield stainless repackable sports exhaust Engine tuned and mapped by Troy at Northampton Motorsport Ford MT75 gearbox Westfield quick shift Ford Sierra LSD Disc brakes front and rear with plenty of life in them Fully adjustable poly bushed AVO shock absorbers and coil springs MOCAL oil catch tank Body: Westfield SEIW bodywork in Chrome Yellow with detachable rear arches and ducted nosecone Westfield Chrome Yellow aeroscreen Clear lenses front and side Westfield carbon lookalike rear arch protectors Westfield sports seats Sabelt 3” 4 point harnesses RAC type rollbar (with detachable stays) Westfield lockable bootbox Heater 12v socket Momo Team 280mm steering wheel Thatcham grade 2 immobiliser High level brake light 15x7 Raceline Alloy wheels in graphite grey with locking nuts and fitted with Toyo R888 medium compound tyres with plenty of tread Waxolyed chassis Original windscreen with side doors, hood and wiper motor will be included should the new owner wish to revert back to the original windscreen setup. Spare wheel and carrier (not fitted) supplied Haynes Sierra and Cortina manuals included Two sets of keys Hamilton Classics cover will be included as well as a Walker St Clair cockpit cover. £8750 ONO Any questions please PM, email or call: p_stead@hotmail.com 07776 255459 Car is located 10 mins from Junction 4 of the M40 Serious buyers only please.
  6. Hi Guys, I am new to the forum so please bear with me if this question has come up again. I have a Westfield SEW fitted with an MT75 Gearbox which I have owned for 18 months. I am in the process of replacing a Ford 1.8L Zetec Silvertop Engine (burning oil) with a brand new Ford 2.0L Blacktop unit. In the process of doing so, I have noticed the flywheel is heavily exposed at engine / bell housing interface (See photos below). I want to shield this when I fit the my engine to prevent grit, dirt and water getting into my new clutch / flywheel assembly. Having done some literature search, I understand a sandwich plate was available through the Ford Dealer network (FINIS 6559240) but having contacted my local dealer, it appears that this has been discontinued. I am looking for advice on whether you are aware of any other place to source such a sandwich plate ? If not new, even a second hand one that I can recondition? Ofcourse last resort would be to make one up, but I would prefer to avoid flaffing around making templates and cutting sheet metal. Any ideas? Thank you.
  7. Wingnuts Dad

    Fit Blacktop head to Silvertop 2L Zetec

    Can anyone advise please? I have a 2L Zetec, an early version purchased in 1998 from Raceline. The head is described as a Silvertop and it is standard, casting number 958MR-6090-CC on exhaust face. I wish to fit a later Blacktop which I have, casting number XS76090AC. The later head has marginally larger valves and will be the basis for further mods. Externally the heads do look very similar but not identical and nothing that can't be modified to suit I think. However are the water ways, oil ways etc the same? Has anyone undertaken this alteration and aware of any problems please?
  8. Wowblaauw

    Zetec water rail wanted

    Hi all, my home made water rail has failed and wanted to replace it this winter and wondered if any one has a system surplus to requirement. Engine is a stock zetec 2.0lt blacktop. Thanks Craig
  9. I've developed a problem post the main positive lead coming adrift from the alternator at Blyton. It "could" be an ECU issue, given that there was ample opportunity for the loose positive lead to short. Engine is 2.0l Dunnell Zetec injection. I've had the TPS off and cleaned it, put it back, reset the TPS via the Dunnell ECU, tweaked the TPS mounting and the idle screw and it's running like a dream, drives very well across all gears and styles apart from... when I get to around 4600 revs it bogs down completely, kind of like a rev limiter but much, much rougher and kinda scary. Get past the 4600 or so and it's all back to normal smoothness. Will do it under load, can't replicate it at standstill. So... any ideas...? Was thinking, and some have suggested, fuelling, but then how come it picks up again once pushed through the 4600? I can't do much with the Dunnell ECU, there must be a map and I guess it's "hidden" to me or if not an EPROM has got goosed maybe? Apart from the ECU map goosed at 4600 I'm a bit stumped hence looking for more ideas please...
  10. I have a zero miles since build Zetec 2.0 engine with Dunnel Option 3 kit (212-223bhp) as per here http://www.dunnellengines.com/zetec_carb_optionkits_3.php The block was acid dipped and fully inspected and uprated Dunnel rod bolts installed when the engine was built by local motorsport mechanic. As mentioned, this has not been run since the build so is basically like new. Also comes with Dunnel shallow wet sump, Raceline water rail, lightweight motorsport alternator, 45 DCOE’s, Dunnel ECU and loom, custom exhaust manifold for Westfield, spare standard Zetec 2.0 engine. £3500 o.n.o.
  11. Hi all, Looking to go down a different route with my Westfield 7 SE build so I have a zero miles since build Zetec 2.0 with Dunnel Option 3 kit (Circa 215bhp) as per here http://www.dunnellengines.com/zetec_carb_optionkits_3.php Bottom end was fully checked over when engine was built by local motorsport mechanic. As mentioned, this has not been run since the build so is basically brand new. Also comes with shallow wet sump, Water rail, lightweight motorsport alternator, 45 DCOE’s, Dunnel ECU & Wiring Loom. £4000 o.n.o. Also a Quaife QBM1M 4 speed sequential gearbox (https://shop.quaife.co.uk/quaife-in-line-4-speed-sequential-with-drop-gears) includes digital gear indicator, prop shaft, type 9 and Vauxhall bell housings and drop gear ratio kit, hydraulic clutch, again, very little use by previous owner so like new. - £3250. o.n.o. Also unfitted/unused Geartronics Easyshift ECU flatshifter - £250 Please PM me if interested in both or either, ideally would like to sell together. Thanks.
  12. 1999 1800 Zetec Westfield SeiW With regret I am selling my Westfield. This car is amazing, really clean and well look after. The car is built to a very high standard. The engine is a 1800 16v Zetec on twin Webers, producing approximately 150bhp, set up by Northampton Motorsport. It has a MT75 5 Speed gearbox, and a standard open differential. Interior is all black with Westfield bucket seats, it comes with wind wings, doors and full weather equipment that has never been used. As far as I know the car has never been driven in the wet. Tonneau cover and an indoor car cover are also included. If you are genuinely interested please get in touch for more information. More photographs available on request. Price £7950 ono Contact Matt on 07799 790899 or email matt@spotondesign.org.uk
  13. Zetec full exhaust system. Headers are OK but the standard silencer is a bit past it's sell by date (well I think so as it rattles with rust inside it) anyway will chuck that in for free. You could cut the end off it and renew whatever and re-pack it? Just a note, have passed trackday noise test with it so it may not be that bad. I have the aluminium heat-shield for it but needs one of the welds re doing where the jubilee clips goes to fasten it to the silencer. The headers are the standard Westfield 4 into 1 and will fit 1.8 Silvertop and 2.0 Blacktop engines as I have fitted then to the engines listed. It also has tapping for sensor. All the above for £100 collection only or WSCC courier Pic here https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/m6lZ4qCI3LK55DzW3OyQSfW3Fu2WYjAREqpjXJ0GjzpKQ6mJ4md8twISy5IgJo3yAYaF8Jl4T_S6-h1KvhnRB3P1cBkq9JwIQjzzKYC_dCrVyWBeGg6LQmX7WvcGKMu483PjJDFiJ6Vz0XZpDachtAus9RH2FX2axHZiPeaRtNDkAf9HZa9YU2X6Nny4IxdFz4X44Xbhlsfw7Q6Ril8HW4LMKNNVQLZTCNfXTfZ1NpeMi6234b7tMRi0yubaUM_2uoQbBfQ4_vo-McHcnK2OqGByrDFlC735KYBRgRzFAyUxLNaEW5oqB1TjuH2OXYMUYbbdsOAhl50RXWUPFZH2nvyqbyBSfWRkpJhLwYqIZHyAezzu1UxgVJRAXu-BZCeNRbdDUdusG2we44oRGCG6SoVPkr6JiwaSO2FZPFhkyyZiBxb8BN4I6_vwPehiacnFnJWC-jm7L9uhcPzOV4-vFoUgnyGV-IIljrMHswZYE0Qvf_587K9mKH0KuLdz2agXCsAaPaPvgH8GUaECppZ416tBH5AklvqJFefkX6Uoi9eN1MuiNub7xTZ3rTb4znkzmndi=w1586-h892-no Terry
  14. I'm currently in the process of fitting a BGH long 1st and heavy duty upgrade to my Type 9 and having split the bellhousing from the gearbox found it to very heavy. What is the best way to reduce this weight? - SPC website says that their alloy BH is 6 kgs lighter than the standard Ford iron BH are there any better options?
  15. WestHenley

    Engine mounting brackets - Zetec

    Pair RH and LH factory engine mounting brackets to suit silvertop Zetec into SEI Wide chassis. Original condition, powder coated, and never used. Any offers?
  16. Hello All, I know this has been asked before but I just want to clarifiy I have a black top 2L Zetec with an MT75 Cable clutch gearbox. The starter is on the exhaust side and I'm struggling to get the car to start mostly when hot but now increasingly when cold as well. Strangely it does tend to start on jump leads from another car or from a jump start battery pack though I have a fairly new Odyssey Racing 25 battery in the passenger foot well and this seems to show ok voltage on my shift-I lights So... I'm in two minds whether to find a suitable standard Starter and give that a go, in this case I would need to find a part number as I'm sure it was an LR707 ? but if so I can't seem to find these anywhere? Get an uprated geared starter like a Brise Test a new battery, or replace all the new battery cable I put in when I installed the Odyssey battery with proper ones made to order (unless anyone out there can make battery cables and I can buy them from you?) My thoughts were to test the cheapest things like the cables first, then the starter for a standard starter then make a call on the battery or Brise starter after that Any ideas or help identifying the standard starter? Many thanks Kevn
  17. Now sold .. Very Reluctant sale of my 1800 Black SEIW, only purchased 8 weeks ago, but redundancy forces sale, i have done less than 100 miles so very sad. It is a very standard zetec car , it looks great in black and chrome, and runs and drives great, Viewing recommended in Surrey TW15 ( Staines) Registered on 01/08/97 Non Q Plate SEiW Zetec 1.8 115BHP spec 5 speed box Tweaked by Sheppard Racing some time ago 19450 miles Factory built Wet weather gear Minilight wheels ( Compromotive) Very good Toyo Proxes tyres all round Black bodywork ( Wide Body) Black and yellow piped sunburst seats Black and yellow piped carpets Yellow std dash and dials V8 ducted nose Std bonnet Chrome windscreen with Chrome pillars Std rollbar in chrome Chrome wishbones Std track Floor mounted pedals Ali wheel arch protectors Spare wheel On board fire extinguisher Very clean car inside and out Service and MOT history Years’ MOT as of March 2015 Fine example with limited mileage over the last couple of years Complete with Ful indoor car cover New CAT westfield exhaust It is now sporting its original reg number of R99 WLL with all paperwork in my name at my address.Offers around The only points i would do if keeping her would be replace or paint front shocks as they are Spax, but the paint is flaking, and front arches have usual spider cracks at the fixing bolts , other than that it is good condition. Pics to follow
  18. I've just finished my install of a remote oil filter on my Zetec, and thought I'd share what I'd done as it took me a while to track down parts lists and location ideas from various threads here and on other forums. I decided to relocate the filter so that it remains quite close to the original position - to minimise oil line length whilst also making it easily accessible during oil changes (as it is now located just above the sump plug on my Raceline sump). I made up a mounting bracket with some flat alloy plate, and used some spare existing bolt holes on the block to mount it. The take off plate now clears the steering column quite well - and certainly much better than when the oil filter was located there! I sourced the parts from a combination of Think Auto and Rally Design (choosing whichever gave me the cheapest option). I used the following: 1x RFH3B (Remote filter head) 2x MMS10-8-8 (1/2" BSP to 1/2" NPTF) 2x HEFP93-8 (1/2" BSP 90-Degree for 1/2" hose) 2m FBN0800 (Socketless hose, 1/2" bore) 2x HEFP3-8 (1/2" BSP for 1/2" hose) 2x MMS3-8-8 (1/2"BSP to 1/2"BSP) 2x BS13/16 (Bonded seal 13/16" for 1/2BSP) 1x TOP01 (Take off plate)
  19. Stuart

    Coolant Change

    Morning all, I am gonna change the coolant on my 1800 Zetec soon and give the header tank a good clean out, too. Standard Westfield setup with Polo rad and heater. Any tips on the best place to drain from and, more importantly, how to refill to avoid airlocks? Cheers, Stuart
  20. woody

    2.0 litre Engine wanted ....

    Hi All .... Looking to change my 1.6 OHC in the Westie with something a bit quicker ... maybe a 2.0 litre zetec? Any suggestions where I may find one suitable or does anyone have one for sale? Cheers Woody
  21. Markfry123

    Engine wanted

    Hi All New member today, I am looking for an engine for my Westfield, have a Xflow on Twin 40's at the moment however picked up some scores on the bores and they are already at +0.90. Any thoughts on this? Now considering a replacement and thinking Zetec, would prefer a full unit with all bits but open to ideas and options. If you have advise or something of interest for sale let me know. Mark
  22. Westfield (SEIW) speed sport 1800 ZETEC Y-reg 2001 I haven’t owned the car very long after breaking into the westfield community ,My previous experience has been with highly tuned Toyota supras.I have broken my Supra for parts to sell at the value I felt it was worth ,This car was bought so I could retain a toy whilst buying a house and replace in part my Toyota, but with prices sky rocketing I am reluctantly having to sell this to cover my moving fees.I have bought a set of westfield hald carbon doors from Westermann motorsport as well as some sill protectors and a mickmade front splitter and works bell boss with Caterham R300 steering wheel ( 3 hole) which can be bought as part of the deal should you wish…This is a lovely set up and is a pleasure to drive due to its Ecu and Jenvey Set up. A real drivers car, MOT’d till May 15, SPEC includes: Westfield yellow widebody Westfield spec 1800 zetec with 2 litre cams Map able MBE ECU Rolling road tune and setup 129bhp @ wheels 152 @ flywheel Jenvey Throttle bodies (very expensive option) Westfield air filter Race line sump Bell housing mod, so it doesn’t strike the floor Wrapped exhaust Westfield extractor manifold and stainless exhaust system Re-packable silencer Modified water cooling system to control engine temp correctly Cabin heater MT75 gear box LSD All round disc brakes Yellow painted callipers Quick steering rack All round Pro-tech shockers and springs custom built for Westfield 13’ team dynamic wheels 205/60/13 Toyo Proxes R888 front 60% plus left 205/60/13 Toyo Proxes R888 rear 90% left Carbon wrapped front grill Genuine carbon dash and rear chip guards and rear deck RAC roll bar with rear stays 4 point harnesses Momo pedal set Fully trimmed in black with black piping Aero Dynamix rear diffuser Full weather kit (that fits for a change) Steve Ferrimond picked the car up in Nov 2012 with 12,000 miles on the clock, since then between Steve and me she’s completed just under 6000 miles, the car has been practically rebuilt including; Servicing Remap Professional injector cleaning Cam belt, tensioner, oils, filters, Re-plumbing the water system Sump off, to prove the baffles, clean and re-fit Stone chips on chassis shaded and re-painted. Heater Suspension and steering rack Wheels and tires Full suspension Geo Probably more…... The car is a fantastic example in the best colour IMO, I’ve done everything to make it the car it should be. Everyone in the Westfield forum can vouch that this car has never been tracked… If I’ve missed anything just ask and I’ll happily answer Looking for offers around £9600 please Grab a pre summer bargain J Thanks for looking James
  23. Built from all new parts in 2005 including all new engine. Age related plate.Wide body with 1.8 zetec and fuel injection on jenvey thottle bodies around 165 est bhp. 4 into 1 polished stainless exhaust with cat. 4 point harnesses high backed sunshine seats with adjustment. Brand new tyres all around, spacers on rear wheels and new front arches. Full wether gear. Very low mileage, 5700 miles only http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C523637 Offers around £9250
  24. CAR NOW SOLD Price : £9950 ovno - reduced to £8995 Yellow 2004 wide body, running on a new 2.0 zetec (blacktop series 3), car has covered 9000 (500 on the new engine) miles and just recently mapped and tuned. MOT and TAX. Fantastic condition Grab a fantastic Westfield ready for road or track. MOT for 11 months Engine and Drivetrain MBE 967 ECU 2000 Zetec (installed new 1 year ago) - 160bhp lightweight flywheel (used 1800 zetec) Retro Ford Sump Race-line Water rail Oil Cooler (mocal) - 6 row Jenvey thottle bodies limited slip differential Oddessey front nose mounted battery Wunoff Silencer with CAT (400 cell) - current at 98Db Quick shift MT75 - 5 speed gearbox Suspension High Ratio Steering rack (quick rack) Wide Track AVO gas adjustable ride height adjustable shocks AP racing four pot front calipers on vented discs, discs all round Wheels and Tyres Prorace 1.2 satin black wheels-15inch new toyo T1-R 205/50/15 Rear new toyo T1-R195/50/15 Front 1x spare wheel (195/50/15) Bodywork V8 locable bonnet, Carbon effect cycle arches, Carbon effect round rear light clusters, plays-kool roll bar Interior Smiths white dial clocks, Sabelt 4 point harnesses, immobiliser, heater, full weather gear (sides and roof included) heated front screen 12v power - for sat nav adjustable westfield sports seats - with yellow piping pictures here : https://www.dropbox.com/sh/olj7kb98o1zbtoq/AAAEPoz0_w3MP19zrR7ou_rWa..... Pistonheads advert : http://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/westfield/other-models/westfield--widebody-2-0-zetec-160bhp/2681257 Price : £8995
  25. My Westfield is available as I'm moving to single seater. Car is in very good condition, competitive & well known Midland Hillclimb Championship car. Roadgoing class B, it's taxed & MOT'd and has the followsing spec: 2ltr Zetec making 215Bhp & 169lbs torque (Northampton Motorsport built & dyno'd the engine - it's only done 2 seasons since full rebuild) Piper 285 cams & verniers Forged H section rods Forged pistons Protune head New bearing set fitted Pace dry sump Lightweight race flywheel & clutch Aluminium bellhousing for Type 9 gearbox Weber 45 carbs MBE ECU Westfield 4-1 exhaust & Thermal Logic silencer Ford type 9 box with quick ratios 4.1 diff with LSD Avo shocks Nylon race bushes all round Short steering arms - gives same rate as Westfield quick rack Carbon metallic brake pads Avon ZZR's - 215's front & rear (2 seasons, lots of tread left) Flat floor with diffuser (pops off in secs) Lightweight nose cone Caged roll cage Carbon fibre seat, brand new HANS belts (identical spare seat with brackets not fitted) Very light car - 537kg Setup by Ian Dayson at Force Car has set the following times: Loton Park 56.15 Prescott 46.12 Shelsley Walsh 31.35 Lots of receipts, lots of spares too, please call if you'd like any more information or photos emailing - car has only done about 5,400 miles as I rarely drive it on the road. Here are some videos of it (can't upload a pic for some reason): https://www.youtube.com/user/charliemi16205 I'm asking £ 13,000 for it with the trailer which is a Brian James Clubman twin axle (380kg) so towing it's under a ton. Drop me a line on 07887 952 638 or charliem99@hotmail.com
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