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  1. Having a bit of a clear out of bits from the spares box. First up for sale is a Car Builder Solutions vertical header tank, unused couple of tiny dents as seen in photos. Price from CBS £112.80. Specs from CBS: Beautifully TiG welded aluminium. 15mm outlet. 6mm bleed inlet. 8mm overflow outlet in neck. Overall size 225mm x 150mm x 150mm. Price £75 inc P&P or you can collect from Rye or Lamberhurst. Next up is a set of spun aluminium DCOE 40 trumpets with gauze. very little use (roughly 6 months). price from Eurocarb is £29.95 each. Specs from Eurocarb: 16mm long trumpet. (From fitting face of carburettor) 30mm long trumpet with gauze. (From fitting face of carburettor) 60mm maximum diameter at the flared end. 43.3mm inside diameter at slot in (carburettor) end 44.7mm outside diameter at slot in (carburettor) end Price £60 inc P&P or you can collect from Rye or Lamberhurst. I am open to offers. Payment can be via Paypal, Bank Transfer or Cash On Collection.
  2. 2.0 Silvertop Zetec rebuilt in 2004 complete with build CD and certificate of authenticity from Ford for the IVA back in the day. My Westfield was built with this engine and it has covered 19k since. Standard engine on Weber 45 DCOE 152 'G' (5 Prog hole) carburettors. Weber Alpha management. AP clutch and RWD flywheel included Setup at Northampton Motorsport with power graph showing 150bhp. Drove fantastically from the moment I bought it until the moment I’ve decided to remove it in favour of an ST170 as an upgrade. Point to note - alloy RWD sump removed and used to build the new engine. FWD sump from ST engine bolted up under the Silvertop to make it easier to transport / manoeuvre. Therefore you will need your own sump and pickup pipe to complete. For sale as a complete package for £1000, or sold separately: Engine c/w clutch and flywheel £400 (SOLD) Weber 45s with short trumpets on manifold with single cable linkage SOLD Mapped Weber Alpha ECU and loom £150 WhatsApp me for video of the engine running in the car before I removed it. 07814 359423. Collection from Salisbury.
  3. Nickietam

    Pinto and Other Parts for Sale

    PINTO AND OTHER ITEMS FOR SALE I am currently converting my 2.0L Pinto engined Westfield from carburettors to fuel injection and have a number of components surplus to requirements. The car has covered around 2000 miles since built and everything for sale is in good serviceable condition. Everything was working when removed from the car. Pair of Weber DCOE 45 (152) Carburettors (No manifold) NOW SOLD These carbs were purchased new when the car was built and are a matched pair. They were fitted to a 2.0L Pinto engine with a Stage 2 cylinder head and ultimate road cam. They are jetted as follows:- . Chokes 36, Emulsion Tubes F16, Pump Jets 40, Idle Jets F8/65, Air Correctors 190, Main Jets 150 and Aux Venturi 4.5 Fitted with twin cable throttle linkages Air Trumpets (26mm) Includes mounting kit (Misab plates, Thackerey washers etc.) Also have some literature on set up etc. £ 450.00 (Includes UK postage) Collection of Weber DCOE 45 Jets, Tubes etc. (4 of each unless otherwise stated). NOW SOLD Some are new and unused. Others used for tuning. Air Corrector Jets 155, 170,180 & 200 Idle Jets F8/60, F9/50, F9/55, F9/60 & F9/65 Pump Jets 45 Emulsion Tubes F2 Auxiliary Vent Lock Screw (1 only) £40.00 (Includes UK postage) NOW SOLD. Webcon Carburettor Mesh Filters NOW SOLD Set of 4 low profile filters to fit trumpets of 63mm diameter. Good where engine bay space is restricted. £ 30.00 (Includes UK postage) NOW SOLD. AN-6 Weber Carburettor Fittings. NOW SOLD Made in black aluminium alloy and connected with short length of stainless steel braided hose. Swivel seal tee and single end. Sorry only one banjo bolt but obtainable on internet (around £13) or could use standard Weber banjos (M12 x 1.5mm) £ 35.00 (Including UK postage) NOW SOLD Aldon (Non vacuum) Distributor (Model 104FPRI) and Luminition Performance Ignition Kit. The Luminition system comes complete with ignition module, matched coil, connection leads etc and the distributor is fitted with the “windmill” inside the plug cap. Instruction sheet included. The distributor may not have been purchased from new and could be a bit older but was working satisfactorily when removed. £ 250.00 (Includes UK postage) Facet Fuel Pump NOW SOLD Complete with filter and short connection hose. (Low pressure type) £20.00 (Includes UK postage) NOW SOLD. Filter King Fuel Pressure Regulator (Carburettor Low Pressure) NOW SOLD Fitted with male AN-6 hose ends but easily changed to BSP barbs if required. Complete with mounting bracket and instructions. Also included is pressure gauge for use during initial set up (gauge adaptor required) £ 35.00 (Includes UK postage) NOW SOLD Will do my best to answer any queries.
  4. Hi Chaps, Engine upgrade means I have a few bits to let go. Complete Ford 1.6 CVH engine, October 1988, as lean burn was post 86 I'd say it is lean burn. The cam is Burton BFX 2359. Including twin 40 DCOE carbs and manifold, fast road cam, setup to the engine, alternator plus mounting bracket. Flywheel and clutch to fit a type 9 gearbox. I've done about 3000 miles with it, since it was fitted into my Westfield over a the years. £500ono (Collection from Margate can be brought up to Epsom for £40) Sold Cooling pipes for the 1.6 CVH, £40 + p&p or collection from Epsom. Pipercross air filter, back plate and fixings, band new £50 + p&p or collection from Epsom. Sold Twin 40 DCNF carbs with manifold, never used these, and sat silently on a shelf. £250ono + p&p or collection from Epsom More to list soon. Cheers, AnDy
  5. My crossflow powered Westy has been off the road for quite a number of years (8 years) after it became afflicted with a bogging down on acceleration problem (only when warm) and so many "recommended" people took so much money off me without actually fixing the problem (not to mention causing hidden damage to the car), that I was forced to take the car off the road. This year, finally in a well (enough) paid job and not hopping between redundancies, I finally have the cash to start getting this thing back in working order, i've decided to stay away from rip off merchants and basically replace everything until the problem goes away. I've done a lot of work, but I'm stuck on a few very silly things, replacing the misab plates (which are fitted wrong and looking rather tired), cleaning/servicing the carbs and replacing the inlet manifold gasket. My problem is the throttle cable linkage, which requires two flat bladed screwdrivers which cannot be fit into the space available, attempts to remove the throttle cable have resulted in the damage seen (hopefully) in the pictures below. I can't remove the misab plates without getting the carbs out of the car and I can't do that without releasing the throttle cable. If I attempt to carry out this job without removing the carbs from the car, i'm probably going to end up damaging the brake lines or the dizzy. Basically I didn't build the car and this is some silly DIY throttle cable linkage and everything is in the way of everything else...... It's like a jigsaw puzzle. Alternatively, if I have to cut through that clamp (I can't find anything like a replacement), i'm thinking of using a bolt and a lock nut to replace it, then a wire rope thimble and some wire rope clamps to create a loop at the end of the throttle cable. Does anyone know of another way I can do this? Does my "solution" sound reasonable? Assistance greatly appreciated!
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