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  1. dhutch

    Zetec for Sale

    I have just bought the below engine, rightly or wrongly, and only require the sump. Can I interest anyone in the engine for whatever a reasonable price may be for a reasonably quick sale? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ford-1-8-Silvertop-Zetec-With-Raceline-Sump-Kitcar-Westfield-locost-racing-1800-/152257152353?_trksid=p2141725.m3641.l6368 Daniel
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. I love this car, but after 4 trips to Le Mans, and one to Tuscany, I know I need more luggage space. I thought of adding a tow ball, but I'm looking for a Triumph Stag now. This car has never been on a Track, and has done an average of 3000 per year since IVA. The engine seems bullet proof, and the gearbox is a joy (Vastly better than Ford). Dark Green body, Black fittings, unmarked Team Dynamics Pro-Race gloss black 7J wheels with Toyo 195/50 R15 tyres fitted in 2011, Thatcham II Alarm, 2 sets of keys, 2 12v sockets for Sat Nav. or wine cooler (!) etc., black Tonneau, green hood and sidescreens, EBC Yellow brake pads. Kit purchased in 2007, factory finished and IVA-ed in Dec 2010. Please call 07711 450221 for more info. Agreed value insurance of £7,500. Asking £6,990. Please see photos of this car in my Gallery.
  5. KugaWestie

    MX5 SDV Power Upgrade Project

    I have now had the car for 12 months, and have spent some time exploring avenues to increase the power on my car. I looked at Supercharging using an Eaton M45, as this is quite a common MX5 engine upgrade. The normal position for the M45 is on the hotside next to the head. Unfortunately fitting it on the Westfield in this position would mean a fairly large cut out in the bonnet and I did not want to do that. I think a Rotrex type charger would probably fit lower down where the power steering pump is normally housed, but they are eye wateringly expensive, so I ruled this out I also considered turbo charging. This all seemed to be extremely tight in the engine bay with potential cooling/heat issues, and frankly I did not fancy it. So the only other option is to stay NA, and try and squeeze more power out of the engine. After several discussions with Northampton Motorsport and Blink Motorsport (both traders on here) I have decided to work with Blink to see where we can get the car to. Throttle bodies were considered, but have been put to one side at present. So the plan is to do the following.............. Part One:- Drive the car up to Blink and do a power run, so we have a starting point. Whilst there, drop off a spare cylinder head that I have got complete with a spare set of camshafts. Come back home with a brand new PnP Megasquirt ECU and Innovate Wideband o2 Sensor. Part Two:- Fit the PnP Megasquirt to the car along with the wideband, and run the car for a few weeks. Whilst running the car round with the new ECU on it, Blink will "Optimize" my spare head. http://www.blinkmotorsport.com/cylinderhead.html Spare cams will be sent off to Piper for re-profiling. Part Three:- When the head is "Optimized" and the cams are ready, Blink will send these back to me. I will then fit the new head on the car, along with the new cams. Some help from Blink will be required to adjust the Megasquirt to allow for the new cams etc. I have ordered a new Westfield exhaust manifold to replace the standard Mazda manifold and S pipe, so when fitting the new head I will also fit the new manifold. Part Four:- Once the head, cams and exhaust manifold are fitted, I will then drive the car back up to Blink for final mapping. This will take a while for all the work to be done, but hopefully it will be well worth it. I know if this proves to be a successful project, Blink will be very keen to offer this up as a group deal or similar if there is enough interest. Power gains are pretty much unknown as this is an untrodden path for us with the 1.8 engine, but I am hoping to see a good increase. I will do my best to keep this thread up to date with progress as we go.
  6. exantiam

    Westfield SEIW 1.8 Turbo

    Sold This car is now sold. It's time to move on, so ..... The car is located in Lytham St Annes, Lancs I am looking for £8000 ono. 1998 Westfield SEIW (Wide tunnel) MOT till August 21,120 miles Taxed till Sept Since advertising it, the turbo as been refurbished which now gives less lag, (what a difference!) Power around 180Bhp with lots of torque Nissan 1.8 Silvia Turbo engine, brand new when fitted Nissan 200SX gearbox, brand new when fitted Boost upgrade kit fitted SAMCO silicone piping Large bespoke alloy intercooler Stainless steel rear exit exhaust Chassis & everything else where possible powder coated Wide track front wishbones Quick steering rack Small gel filled battery Long range alloy fuel tank Anodized black aero fuel filler cap Alloy AVO fully adjustable dampers all round Cycle wings Ducted & louvred nose Westfield V8 Alloy radiator Kenlowe high powered fan Bespoke alloy header tank V8 bonnet Detachable rear arches Rear valence Matt black 5.5" headlights Caterham style braced rollover bar Set of 5 16" OZ Saturn Plus wheels Westfield padded & piped race seats Contoured dash VDO instruments Willans 4 point harnesses Spa Alpha detachable shift light steering wheel Fully carpeted Poly bushed suspension Alloy hubs Four pot alloy front calipers Caterham AP alloy master cylinder Cosworth rear calipers Cross drilled & vented discs 3.92 limited slip diff Side screens & weather gear
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