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  1. Megabusa SEIW registered in 2003 currently sorned. I have owned it since 2004, used it on the road, for sprints and track days and latterly for racing. Gen 1 Hayabusa Polished and ported head Race cams SBD dry sump system Electric water pump Power Commander Flatshifter Expert Exhaust manifold and electric reverse from AB Performance Wide Track front suspension from Procomp Geartronics gear change indicator Caged full cage 3.14 lsd Protech shocks A spare set of compomotive wheels Please ask if you require anymore info £10500 I also have a Brian James minnow max trailer available. Ideally would like to sell it with the car, but will sell separately once the car is sold.
  2. 2 Westfield Vinyl Race Seats. They are just over a year old so they are like new. They have been in my Westfield SeiW car from new - for only 1k miles. I've just replaced them with some new ones that fit my ass :-) The drivers seat has a slide adjuster (see pic) and the passenger seat is fixed. The seats are made by Westfield - please see details here... https://parts.westfield-sportscars.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=613&search=seats&description=true Approx size... With of seats lower bucket = 16" Max width (on shoulder height lapel on seat back) = 17" Depth including curvature of the back = 23-24" Height = 35-36" If you would like to come and see them/sit in them before buying then please feel free to contact me. I'm in Halifax. £350 ono. Cheers, Tony.
  3. Hi guys, I have a Works bell Rapfix ii quick release steering wheel boss for sale in perfect as new condition still in its packaging this has a 3 hole front plate for steering wheel attachment. The ferrule is a weld on piece ... Luke at playskool offers this service for around £12 they retail on the playskool website for circa £260 pounds . I would like £125 Also for sale is a Momo/Caterham R range 260mm leather steering wheel with IVS/SVA crash pad in brand new condition never fitted to a car in all its original packaging ,these retail at circa £160 on Demon tweeks and merins. I would like £80 please, I would do a deal for a wscc member on both for £200 posted next day via interlink express Cheers Jay (photos this evening as my wife has the drop box account password) or by all means message me on 07825868605 and I can message you some on MMS/whatsapp etc
  4. Set of 4 Silverstone FTZ Slick Track Tyres 19/58/R15 I fitted them to my Westfield and went to a trackday at Anglesey. These are the (more expensive) 'T5' - Medium Compound - but I found them to be way harder that I wanted so I changed over to my other rims in the lunch break. As a result they've only covered 50-70 miles and indeed the (slightly indented) writing stamped round the slick surface is still mostly visible. There are no flat-spots or cuts to the tread / sidewalls and they hold their air just fine. They have about 190mm of tread width and are about 580mm tall.. They've been sitting in my store room (away from sunlight) for about a year so it's about time I re-homed them.!. They are currently in Hampshire. I could deliver them for 25p per trip mile. Alternatively I'm at home most of the time so I could meet your courier (though some of them insist on the tyres being individually fully wrapped in cardboard and labelled - which would need a lot of card and take me half a day!! - so avoid those ones please! - I'd sooner tie them in pairs and add a couple of sticky labels to each..) If you're not in a rush I could deliver when I'm next travelling in your general direction and you'd only need to cover the miles off route..
  5. NSSCC have been invited to the British GT race programme at Snetterton on the Sunday this weekend I will be racing my Blade FW Pop over if your in the area - Kettle is always on
  6. Ever since selling my Narrow project car last year, this has been taking up room and gathering dust in the back of the garage so finally it's time for it to go. This is it's brief history and spec. The engine is ex Andy Burge who campaigned it in the Ma5da racing series, carrying him to one win and a second place in the 2009 season. It reportedly made 128bhp at the wheels when on the rolling road in March 2008 (see original ebay advert below) although I haven't proved that figure and I would suggest it would actually be more realistic if measured as a flywheel figure. His car was unfortunately rolled in an accident at Brands Hatch, after which Andy decided to take a step back from racing for a while and stripped his MX5 for parts and selling the engine. I paid £220 for the engine in June 2010 and initially I had the intention to use it as a spare for my car when I was having some problems myself, I fully stripped the engine to inspect it and then spent over £200 servicing it, replacing all the seals and gaskets. Eventually I decided to have my old engine rebuilt by Fraser at Blink so this one made it's way first into my Narrow car and then out again when that car was sold last year. The list of the main work completed by me includes: Crank pulley bolt and woodruff key Crankshaft front and rear oil seal Thermostat, Thermostat gasket and cover Clutch spigot bearing Head gasket Cam angle sensor o-ring Cam belt tensioner and spring Cambelt Water pump gasket Oil pump gasket Head gasket Camshaft oil seals The original work to the cylinder head before I bought it includes a 40thou skim to increase the compression and 3-angle cut to the valve seats. The thermostat has been relocated to the back of the head and the front outlet blocked off as I was originally intending to fit a coolant re-route. The engine could easily be converted back to the standard coolant layout. The engine is an early short nose crank and fitted with the 4-slot pulley. There is no sign of any wear to the keyway or woodruff key which is a common problem if the crank pulley bolt has been incorrectly torqued in the past. As a precaution I always fit a new key and bolt whenever stripping the front of the engine and then re-torque correctly. In checking over the engine before this sale I found that one of the exhaust valves on cylinder 4 was sticking in it's guide. As I couldn't be sure if this was a consequence of the engine having been standing for a while or whether it had a slight bend in it I therefore replaced both the valve and also the stem seal. I'm also including with the engine the inlet and exhaust manifolds as I have no use for them, but I'll point out that the metal gaskets have been re-used and therefore may need to be replaced if they don't seal correctly. The engine also comes with the flywheel, clutch, injectors, injector loom and CAS sensor but excludes the alternator, alternator bracket, starter motor and oil pressure sender (although I should have one for it somewhere if I can find it). As I've never run the engine whist I've owned it I'm also happy to accept returns from WSCC members and will offer a full refund to them (excluding any delivery costs) should there be any problems found with the engine. £250 collection only from Colchester, Essex - no offers please sorry now sold
  7. I bought this approx 12 months ago when I was thinking of having a dedicated track car however that plan has changed so this is surplus to my requirements. It's effectively brand new and has never been fitted. Currently the best internet price I can find for one is £270, looking for £195. Collection from Bristol or I will post at buyers expense. Blurb from the Armtech website: The Hybrid Battery Isolator consists of a heavy duty control box that is normally mounted close to the vehicle’s battery. Three remote switches (all supplied) control the unit; two cockpit mounted (one ‘ON’ and one ‘OFF’) buttons are operated by the driver, and an external waterproof ‘OFF’ switch can be operated by the marshals in the event of an accident. Any number of additional switches can be added if required. An indicator light on the unit lights when the unit is armed, as does another attached to the driver operated ‘ON’ switch. The switches are wired to the unit using low voltage and current cable (not supplied). In the event of an accident where any of the cables are severed the unit will automatically be turned off. A safety sticker sheet and full instructions are also supplied. Black Box Dimensions 109x69x54mm Overall Dimensions 156x69x62mm Weight (approx) 700g Temperature range -25°C to +85°C Operating Voltage 9 -16V Max Switching Current 1000A Continuous Current 250A Max Alternator Current 250A Power Consumption 12W Alternator protection circuit built into unit. 12 Volt negative earth only. FIA Compliant Pictures available here http://www.armtech.co.uk/page6.html I could send pictures of the actual unit if required.
  8. SOLD I have a Quaife alloy cased type 9 with BGH semi helical gears Built by BGH - Rebuilt by me It has the heavy duty bearing option and the BGH gear selector extension, which I have modified by adding grub screws to make sure it works! Ratios are E3 2.92 1.86 1.295 1 0.83 Its only ever been run with GL4 oil, non of the nasty aditives which can attack the bronze elements Its fully built up on my bench, cover can be removed for inspection. £900 ONO + delivery or collection - Darlington NE Mark SOLD
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