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OK – here goes…another build diary…! Deposit paid last week on an FW kit with the following spec: 2.0 Zetec + throttle bodies Orange body Wide track wishbones Westfield front & rear calipers FW rear diffuser Heater kit Luggage rack with extra boot lid plus locks LED light pack (less headlamps) Carbon effect stone guards Sport turbo seats with orange piping and diamond stitching Four-point harness Momo steering wheel Exhaust guard – powder coated I’ve gone for mid-January delivery as I finish work end-November and I have a rather long list of jo
I am having a trial fit of the engine to ascertain where to drill the gear box mounts, but struggling! What is the best way of getting the engine in? I have a suitable 1000kg lift, and have raised the front of the car slightly, but it is proving difficult to get the back end in far enough before the front end catches on the chassis. Also, I think I know the answer here, but should the skuttle panel have been left off prior to putting the engine in? Any advice welcome. It is a 2.0 zetec into a new special edition by the way.
I now have the engine bits to supercharge my new engine but will be doing it in 2 stages Stage 1 1. Strip new engine and install steel con rods with ARP 2. Install new forge JE pocket pistons (aiming for cr about 11:1) might need to skim head but will have to work that one out. 3. Port & polish head (bolt back on using ARP studs) 4. Install new up rated Ginneta cams, specially designed to be the most extreme you can get without changing the cylinder head internals 5. Fit low sump from 1.8 engine 6. Fit throttle bodies from 1.8 engine 7. Fit flywheel/clutch from 1.8 engine 8. In