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  1. Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO

    Ian K's S2000 build thread & life there after!

    Hi Yesterday I bought a 48K engine and gearbox (+loom, ancillaries etc). I was able to compression test the engine and hear it running too. Car was a 2004 plate. Car had light damage to passenger side (looks like it had spun). One of the half shafts was out so couldn't move the car under it's own power. Though all gears tested as okay with no load. Oil was clean, coolant and air filter looked healthy too. Four good same brand tyres on car too, so looks like it had a good life until it spun! No timing chain rattle on cold start up either! Based on how nice Lloydox's car looks. I've gone for white body with black cycle wing and rear carbon effect stone guards. My spec so far is: wide track, front and rear roll bars, LSD, performance brake upgrade, Protech Shocks, Sports Turbo seats (black with white piping), black harnesses, black wheels, digi dash, MSA half cage, FW rear body and diffuser, powder coated panels. I've taken the lazy option of having the factory fit the panels, brake lines and fuel lines. Kit due for collection late Jan 15 / early Feb 15.
  2. Hi all, I am looking at purchasing the Omex ITB upgrade kit from Westfield and am just after some feedback on difficulty of fitting and initial setup / balancing? Car currently has the standard TB with an Omex 600 ecu (standard factory build). Thanks, Andy
  3. Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO

    Mega S2000 interwarmer and ECU Temp logging- do I need a splitter plate?

    Given I've not got an imaginative bone in my body and I like all things shiny, the next mod I'm shamelessly planning to copy is DaveMK1's air inlet splitter plate to feed the air filter with ambient air rather than air that has been mostly heated by the radiator seen here: It's also been copied and improved with gold foil by CraigHew: Today I've had the great pleasure of an early morning two car sortie round mid Wales courtesy of the excellent guide that CraigHew is. Before I left Craig's to head home, I hooked up my laptop to my unlocked Omex 600 Ecu and set it up to log air inlet temp, throttle position and engine RPM. Here's the quick log recorded with the car stationary. As you can see the inlet air temp dropped slightly on throttle opening as you'd expect. I then logged the hour run home to capture this: Zooming in you can see: Disappointingly given today's nice weather with an ambient air temp of circa 18 degrees C, my engine is been fed air at circa 42 degrees C most of the time. Is this due to the standard Honda intake manifold and throttle body being heated by coolant (Yes, I know you told me to disconnect them permanently Lloydox when I was having coolant tank issues). Is it heat bleeding from the cylinder head or is it because most of the inlet air has been heated by the radiator? I'd really appreciate Andy (Sycho), Dave (Gadgetman) or Stu (FinkAngel) who have also got unlocked Omex Ecu's to record a similar log to see if it's the water heating that's to blame. CraigHew's Ecu isn't unlocked so we can't log his and I don't think DaveMK1's is unlocked either. I'm going ahead with the splitter plate mod and ordering the K&N air filter and some pipes. No engine will thank you for warm air! Comments please?
  4. Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO

    Westfield MegaS2000- Omex ECU serial data enable request

    I've been trying to convince Omex without success so far, to enable the serial data port on our 630 ECU, which will then enable those of us with a Dash2 to display ECU parameters on the dash. This would also mean I can loose one of my 3 water temperature probes! It's not so much that they don't wish to do it, it's just they would need to test it etc and the more of us that require this may help my cause!
  5. Dave Eastwood (Gadgetman) - Club Secretary

    Important (good) news for those considering Mega S2000 builds

    I had Richard from Omex round this morning to collect my car so that Omex could sort out a final niggling issue, (been fixed in current throttle body kits since late December 2016). While I had the chance, I asked about the second generation fly-by-wire S2000 engines, (everything post 2006, if I remember correctly. Fantastic news; Omex have already done one with a throttle body kit. So essentially, if you buy a 2006 onwards drive-by-wire engine, you need to let Omex know, they will supply the Mega S2000 ecu already configured for the DBW engines different trigger wheel patterns on the cam and crank, (actually, Honda changed them to K20 pattern wheels, according to Richard). As usual, you will also need to supply the Honda engine loom, so that they can raid a few of the connectors, and then Omex will supply you a set of throttle bodies and ecu plus loom to convert your DBW engine to normal cable operation with their ITB's For anyone that already has an engine, but needed to change, then your existing Omex S2000 ecu can be reconfigured by Omex for the DBW engine. You would also need a couple of the connectors off the newer F20C engine and have to swap them on to your current S2000 loom. If you already have Omex throttle bodies, that's all, if you haven't, then you'd need to upgrade to their throttle bodies at the same time! So suddenly, the 2006 onwards engines are available to us, without having to mess around with internal trigger wheels.
  6. Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO

    Change from TPS to MAP for the Alps etc

    I've enjoyed reading Peter Russon's excelent write up about his trip to Spain, in which he mentions changing from TPS based load map to a MAP sensor based map to cope with the higher attitudes seen on such trips. I'm curious how my fellow S2000 powered owners such as @Terryathome and @Tom (T3OMF) - Cotswolds AO have faired on similar trips to altitudes not usually seen in the UK?
  7. WESTFIELD SeiW WIDEBODY 2.0 Litre FORD ZETEC - Factory Built in year 2000. Due to a change in circumstance I am offering for sale this amazing machine. (Upgraded from original 1.8 Lt Zetec to new 2.0 Lt Zetec in 2011 – all properly documented.) Original private registration number plate W7 WSC (Westfield Sports Cars) included. Currently fitted with aero-screen, but could easily be converted back to windscreen/hood. Spectacular looking car in it’s original Westfield Chrome Yellow with removable carbon stripes. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Great Specification includes: Westfield SeiW Factory Built and registered in 2000 and on it’s original private plate W7 WSC. Current car mileage 30,200 & MOT tested until April 2018. Engine mileage approximately 11,000. Wide Body in original Chrome Yellow gel coat with removable Carbon Effect stripes & graphics. Fitted Westfield locking “V8” vented bonnet with added safety spring clips. Fitted Carbon Effect front side winglets on nose cone. 4” Headlights & Carbon Effect front indicators. Carbon Effect front cycle-type mudguards and rear arch stone guards. Carbon Effect aero-screen, cockpit side rail caps & side mirrors. Carbon Effect rear light clusters, reverse light & rear fog light. Fitted LED stop/tail light bulbs & number plate lights. Carbon Effect boot aperture cover panel. RAC style roll-over bar with fitted high-level LED brake light. Original Westfield seats & Willans full harness seat belts. Original Westfield dash with added super bright LED indicator reminder lights. New Moto-Lita “Race Car” 12” leather rim steering wheel with polished spokes. New Ripspeed polished alloy gear knob. Ford 2.0 Litre Zetec engine new & fitted in 2010 as an upgrade from the original 1.8 Litre. Raceline alloy wet sump, sump breather oil catch tank, Jenvey throttle bodies & Pipercross air filter. Nose mounted battery with external connector for included “C TEK” battery conditioner. Original Westfield stainless 4-branch exhaust manifold. Westfield MOT safe silencer with internal catalytic converter & pierced alloy heat shield. Omex 600 ECU installed new & set up in 2011 by Northampton Motorsport. Graph & Readouts showing 167bhp on Northampton Motorsport’s rolling road. Great, sporty (legal) noises from both inlet & exhaust! Gearbox is a 5-speed Ford Type 9. Independent rear suspension with Ford Sierra Differential. Drilled & grooved brake discs with yellow callipers & recent Mintex M1144 “Roadsport” pads all round. Stainless braided brake hoses all round. Recently rebuilt suspension all round, with Gaz adjustable shocks & all new ball joints & bushes. 15 inch Westfield alloys with very good 195/50 Toyo Proxos R888 tyres. Can of tyre sealant/inflator as spare wheel is not fitted – parts included to replace if required. Lots of documentation, including original correspondence & purchase receipts for the car & registration number, all MOT’s, engine certificates of newness and receipts for pretty much all of the work done, or parts fitted to the car since it was new. Original windscreen, wiper motor, mirrors, spare wheel, spare wheel rack, boot insert & steering wheel included, along with a few other random spares. MOT tested until April 19th 2018. Asking price £9850 but would welcome serious offers. Price reflects a factory built car, in great condition and history with Westfield Sports Cars "WSC" plate included. ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  8. Scottc88

    Choice of Throttle bodies

    Currently running the webcon alpha throttle bodies and Ecu combo on my 2.0 duratec (187hp) seeing a few peoples print out number abit higher than this around the 200 mark and wondering if it's time to try something different. Troy also said I don't have the best bodies out there so I'll throw a few brands and types at you lot and see what ppl have to say about them.... also any figures they produce with the same engine (Westfield 4-2-1 mani on) Also tbs and Ecu combo -omex tbs on manifold -omex direct to head -jenvey on manifold -jenvey dth -jenvey tapered itbs ..any actual gains from tapered v std also would I NEED the omex Ecu or other to replace my alpha pro4 Ecu or is keeping it an option. Just looking for feed back of how people have got on with any of the above or even swapped from the webcons to others... Cheers
  9. Having replaced my factory Omex ECU with an AEM Infinity II I have the original unit for sale, along with harness and applicable sensors. ECU has been reflashed by Omex to be accessible, so you can alter mapping, parameters etc. to your heart's delight using the MAP4000 software downloaded from the Omex website. As new, only 1,500 miles on the car. Price is negotiable, but direct from the factory it is £1,261.71, so no silly offers, as I have just spent significantly more than that on the AEM unit and tuning . . .
  10. (Below are contents of letter sent to Westfield Sportscars Ltd and sent to WSCC by Simon Westwood with request for us to post in this section on his behalf - PDF of actual letter attached. WSC Ltd have sent this letter to all purchasers on this Omex S2000 throttle body kit.) 9th December 2016 Westfield Honda S2000 Throttle Body Installation Letter of instruction on Behalf of Omex Technology Dear Customer, It has been brought to our attention that there have been some instances of rev hang up with our Honda S2000 Throttle Bodies in the Westfield Mega S2000 application. We have investigated this fully over many hours of rolling road testing and have been able to reproduce the issue that some of you have been seeing. We have now changed some of the internal clearances to remove the problem. Testing with two customer's cars has shown a complete fix both on the road and on the rolling road. We are therefore operating a rebuild of all the kits currently sold. They will be fully rebuilt with new butterflies, bearings and O rings etc to the new specification. Please note that even if you have not had any issues with your Throttle Bodies it is most important that they are rebuilt to the new specification. We will arrange collection by carrier from any UK address of your Throttle body assembly. We will then rebuild them and return them by carrier to yourself. We will carry out the rebuild as speedily as possible but please allow one week for the work to be undertaken. Please could you contact Simon Joyce, Business development Manager, at Omex Technology, ideally by email stating the address you wish to have the throttle Bodies collected from and the address you wish to have them returned to. Simon.|@omextechnoiogy.com if you wish to discuss this please feel free to contact Simon on 01242 260656. We apologise for the inconvenience caused and look forward to correcting this issue. if you have any queries whatsoever please feel free to contact us. Best regards Richard Wragg Managing Director Omex Technology Systems Ltd. SKMBT_C28016121214050.pdf
  11. BillyPee

    Air Temperature Sensor Location

    I am after advice as to where to locate the Air Temperature Sensor (ATS) as part of my Omex 200 upgrade. I have Weber DCOE 40 carbs with K&N air filters fitted. I had assumed that I would drill a hole in the back plate of the air filter and poke the ATS through. However, now I look at it, there does not appear to be enough room to do this without the ATS and connection fouling on the carb body. The only possible location is at the bottom centre. Just wondering if anyone has modified their K&N air filters and, if so, would mind posting photos of how that was achieved. If its not possible, would I be better off getting a different style of air filter where there is a single backplate for both carb bodies as I am thinking there would be more room between the carbs on that sort of air filter. Another thought was to just mount it separately but somewhere were the temperature it records is going to be as close as possible to the intake temperature. Thanks in advance, Bill
  12. Stevo

    Tuning woes

    Hi folks, Over the winter I thought I'd do a bit of tuning to my 1600 Zetec se... I've gone from a standard engine running Omex 600 on standard induction to the same engine with Shawspeed ss4 (fast road) cams, high tensile rod bolts and GSXR1300 throttle bodies and injectors. Now then I've managed to set the TPS for the new throttle bodies via the Map3000 software and Omex sent me a more suitable start up map but it is still not idling. I can start the engine by depressing the throttle pedal slightly, it will run but it isn't very smooth and when I let go the rpm drops to around 600 and then stalls. Can anyone give me some pointers as to how to get the engine to idle and run a bit smoother? I will be taking it to a suitable tuner for fine tuning but I would prefer to get it a bit smoother before I take it. cheers Stevo
  13. Terryathome

    Omex ECU Map

    Has anybody got basic start up map for naturally aspirated engine with spec as follows: Omex 600 ECU. Serial number is: 4638 600B G0.70A (I think its the B that denotes the version of ECU firmware) Blacktop 2.0 45 mm Jenveys 330cc injectors Fast road cams Just need to get it started and make sure no leaks before rolling road. If you have map for supercharged engine using Rotrex C30-94 as well that would be a bonus. Forgot to mention harness as well Email address is: terry.barber7@virginmedia.com Regards Terry
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