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  1. Hello Everyone, I have for sale my beautiful 2016 Westfield SDV - Only 1950 miles since build The build quality of this Westfield has been taken seriously with no expense spared. Please see below spec of the car; 2016 Westfield SDV - 1,950 miles since build Spec; 1.6 Race Prepared Mazda engine - head skim, valves recut, polished and ported, crank lighted balanced, fly wheel lightened balanced, competition big end bearings, competition main bearings, competition piston rings. Every seal and gasket new. Along with heavy duty clutch Wide Body Lowered floor FW Front End Sport Turbo Seats 3 " Race Harness Team Dynamic Wheels Yokohama Parada Spec 2 Tyres FIA / MSA Roll cage made by Caged Nitron Shocks all round High Spec 4 pot Front Callipers, discs and pads Uprated AP Racing Master cylinder 1.8 rear brakes and grooved discs Rad Tech Aluminium radiator & fan Cobra Immobiliser Race Tech Dash 2 Aero Screen Quick release MOMO steering wheel Race Boot lid Race Carbon Dash Carbon Exhaust Limited Slip Differential Fantastic condition You can see from the high spec, this has been looked after with build quality being at the top of the list. The car has had a recent oil service, and has been looked over by a specialist to ensure the car is spot on. Stored in the dry Never driven in the wet Included in the sale; Folders of paper work, manuals, original receipts and photos of the build stages. Greedy - Turbo Carbon Half doors Genuine Westfield car cover £14,995 - OVNO 1st to view will buy Adam - 07969 000 281 Reason for sale, I am looking to purchase a house so unfortunately at the moment the Westfield comes second.
  2. I have just started my winter upgrade projects. I will be stripping down the car over the next few weeks, and will update when parts are available. List is as follows:- Savage Billet Aluminium Switches and Warning Lights:- Battery warning light - soldered wiring tails Handbrake light - soldered wiring tails Heated screen switch - soldered wiring tails Available now £12.50 per item. P&P at cost Electric blue windscreen fillet £20. Collection only from Kidlington or Banbury, or WSCC courier service, buyer to arrange. AVAILABLE NOW ZK bonnet - REDUCED TO £100 http://forum.wscc.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic/115206-zk-bonnet-electric-blue/ SOLD RAC Rollbar compete with carbon effect third LED brake light. Good condition. £100. Collection only from Kidlington or Banbury, or WSCC courier service, buyer to arrange. Available now. SOLD Soft Bits For Sevens Half Hood complete with heavy duty zipped storage bag and home made roof bars £150. This was made to suit the above Rollbar with the third brake light. Really good condition, only been used about half a dozen times. Plastic channel that goes over windscreen is snapped which is the norm. Does not affect performance. Collection only from Kidlington or Banbury, or WSCC courier service, buyer to arrange. Available now. SOLD Westfield windscreen electrically heated complete with pillars and electric mirrors. All in black. £200. Collection only from Kidlington or Banbury, or WSCC courier service, buyer to arrange. Available now. SOLD Westfield vinyl covered race seats, complete with subframe. Seats mounted into frame using rivnuts for ease of fitting and removal. Westfield logo on top of seat. One small nick in vinyl on top of seat back on both seats (Photo below is of the worst seat, other seat the nick is smaller), otherwise they are in great condition. Very comfy seats, I have covered 300 miles in a day sat in these with no problem. New from Westfield this bundle would cost £660. Collection only from Kidlington or Banbury, or WSCC courier service, buyer to arrange. Available by weekend. Yours for £300 all in SOLD Westfield wiper motor kit complete. Black wiper blades and universal refills fitted £100. Collection only from Kidlington or Banbury, or WSCC courier service, buyer to arrange. Available shortly. SOLD VDO Vision gauges, complete with wiring loom connector blocks:- Speedo Tacho Fuel Oil pressure Oil temperature Coolant temperature The instruments are pictured as below, they are all fitted with Red LED backlight bulbs. The speedo reading is 7325.4 miles. All the senders are still fitted to the car but can be removed if you want them. There is a bit of scratching on the Rev counter bezel, and the paint has worn away a touch on the speedo bezel. Brand new all the gauges would cost £448.80 from ETB http://www.etbinstruments.com/VDO_Price_List.htm Yours for £225. P&P at cost. SOLD Senders would be an additional £75 for Speed; Oil pressure; Oil temperature; Coolant temperature. P&P at cost. SOLD AA Composites interchangeable aeroscreen kit complete with fitted mirrors. REDUCED PRICE £50. Collection only from Kidlington or Banbury, or WSCC courier service, buyer to arrange. SOLD Westfield side screens/doors. 2 additional press studs added to provide additional fixing points for half hood. Very good condition. REDUCED PRICE £100. Collection only from Kidlington or Banbury, or WSCC courier service, buyer to arrange. SOLD Pm's please
  3. Kit Car Electronics

    Steering wheel button upgrade - 14th Jan 13

    Thought I'd share the details of my latest unnecessary upgrade... I decided to change to a carbon dash and ETB Digidash2. This meant new switches, so Savage aluminium ones went on the shopping list. Then I thought a detachable wheel boss might be nice, but also wanted indicators and main beam switches on the wheel - but how to connect them? Curly lead? No thanks, why take the easy option when I could make it complicated... This project will probably take me all winter, so hopefully it will work! If so, I'll write up for the club mag, but meanwhile I'll share it here first... Here's what I've chosen to do: 1) build an Arduino Nano micro-controller based switch interface. This will allow: Single button for cycling through headlight/ sidelight/ off with MOSFET instead of relay control Single button for cycling through wiper speed low/ high/ off with MOSFET speed control Wireless communication with battery driven transmitter on steering wheel Self cancelling indicator function So far, I have the wireless part working perfectly in prototype form: Here are the three main bits - a 2.4Ghz Transceiver, Arduino Nano V3.0 clone and 2.4Ghz transmitter: The transmitter is actually a 5 button key fob with conductive switches, but I managed to solder wires on instead (not easy!) to support my steering wheel buttons. The beauty of this method is the tiny current draw - the micro-controller will sleep for a quoted 3 years on the 3V coin battery and just wakes up when a button is pressed, transmits a packet and then goes back to sleep - ideal! I should be able to re-pot in a small case that will hide on the back of a carbon panel attached to the steering wheel: Here's how I soldered the wires to the transmitter - first scratch away the opposite 'fingers' of the conductive switch and a clear ground area at the top: Then solder some CAT5 cable onto the pads (cheap source of wire for electronic projects) before covering with hot glue to protect (and hide the evidence of bad soldering!) : The completed transmitter squeezes snugly into a plastic box internal dim 53 x 28 x 21mm... Wiring to the steering buttons is pretty straightforward as they share a common earth on one side (soldered at the top of the PCB), then each switch is attached to one of the soldered switch pad wires. I used 4 switches, but the fob supports 5 if necessary. It doesn't matter which pad connects to which button, as this is configured in the Arduino receiving software to match. Completed steering wheel wiring: More details for basic Nordic Fob/ Arduino communication are here 14/1/13 I found a really good looking version of the fob transmitter here. This version has 3 of the buttons broken out directly to through holes and the other 2 both have small via holes on the PCB that can be used with fine wire. I contacted Brennen at diyembedded.com for more info and got some really helpful replies, so if I make another, I'll definitely use this version instead.
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