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I never planned this so soon but unfortunately family reasons force me to do it.

So I only finished the car few months ago and got it to the standard I am really happy with. Car is kept in secure garage and ready for anyone to come and have look. I paid for it £15K last year and spent over £4.5K in parts alone since December. I am looking for £17K with no negotiations or £16K without the carbon Tilletts. Car is based in Aberdeen and you can contact me on stachowij@aol.com or 07949880266. It has just been serviced by Ricky Gauld (£300).

 

Please get in touch if you want more high quality pictures or videos but some pictures can be found here:

 

So here are some changes I did over the winter:

Body panels fixed and painted in katsura orange (£1300)

Two brand new carbon B6 tillett seats fitted (£1050)

Brand new Willan Silverstone 6 point Harness (£370)

Brand new Carbon splitter (£160)

Brand new Carbon tunnel cover (£90)

Brand new carbon roll bar bolt covers (£60)

Brand new carbon rear diffuser (220)

Brand new carbon boot lid (£120)

Two sets of black aerocatches – (£110)

Roll cage sand blasted and painted in satin black with new caged sticker (£220)

Side panels wrapped in satin black (£150)

3D printed brackets (£120)

Service (£300)

Body repairs (£300)

Carbon flared extension panels fitted

 

Car is in excellent condition.

 

And Here is advertisement from last year when I bought it:

“Since I have owned the car I have competed in about 6 hillclimbs and had great fun doing plenty of road driving on the weekends. The car had never missed a beat. The engine is incredible, a standard Busa engine produces 175bhp and this one is running 185bhp with out any engine mods (dyno print out to prove) When I first got the car I had it serviced with new spark plugs also by Pete at Bike Tech in Padtsow and at the end of season I had the engine taken out by David at Richards Bros of Redruth and sent to Karl at extreme engines to check the engine over. The reason for doing this is because I wanted Karl to check the engine over as I was then planning on keeping the car and depending on what Kark said I was considering taking it up to 1400cc Karl said a really common problem with the Busa engine is that the 2nd and 6th gear dogs are not undercut and he replaces them all the time but never puts back in the same standard Hayabusa 2nd & 6th gears as he has seen them slip again in a little as 200 miles, so I decided that would be a better area to spend some money as Karl said that after inspecting the engine it was in great condition (Karl would be happy to verify this I'm sure) and power was never an issue anyway. He also blanked off the exhaust gas recirculation as its a waste of time having it on there. David Richards of Richards Bros who removed the engine bled the whole system dry and cleaned it thoroughly, put in new oil, changed the oil filter and changed the clutch fluid. Richards Bros got the Busa on the rolling road to run through the gears and check they were all working nicely which they were, whilst on the rollers David did a power run where the car produced 185bhp. The car is running so sweet since then, its amazing. The work carried out by Extreme engines and Richards Bros came to £1500. It has also just had a new 12 months MOT which it sailed through. I also had all of the rear 6 rose joints upgraded to the NMB military grade ones by Toniq Sports Cars as I was told they are indestructible and didn't think much of the Westfield ones. After that I had a Geo set up by Hatton Motorsport. The car has also literally just had 4 brand new road legal R888's fitted (SG compound) they've done about 20 miles. I have loads of documentation/receipts for the car, literally every receipt since birth including the stuff I have listed above. 

2007 Westfield Megabusa SEIW 5-6k miles done since built

Standard 1300cc Hayabusa engine (new oil, filter, plugs, coils this year) dyno print out done this year at with strong 185bhp

Power commander 3r

Westfield dry sump (new belt and tensioner fitted this year)

Carbon air box

Westfield reverse box

Westfield alloy hubs all round

Ap racing mc, wilwood 4pots at front 265mm discs(new this year), Sierra rear calipers with mintex 1144 pads

Full caged cage with FIA padding

Ab performance gearchange paddles using rods and a flatshifter pro for clutchless up and down shifts (new this year)

Freelander 3.21 Quaife LSD 

Westfield Wide track front end

Suspension all nylon bushed

Protech shocks all round built/tested by Procomp (new this year)

Playskool ARBs front/rear

Carbon double bubble aeroscreen

Carbon dash

Carbon pedal cover

Carbon csr cycle wings

Carbon sill protectors

Carbon moulded rear arch protectors

Carbon winglets

Caterham style front indicators

3" 6 point lightweight alloy willams Silverstone passenger harness

Brand new Dash2 complete with DL1 logger fitted this year

Dash uses full set of savage switches, with push button indicators using backoff module

7"x13" 3 piece image wheels with basically new Soft R888 tyres (205/60/13 all round)

Carbon silencer new this year (also included standard Westfield stainless version with cat for MOT's)

Omp 300mm suede steering wheel on extended and quick release steering column

Lithium battery

FIA cut off switch on dash

Softbits Tonneau cover (new this year)

I'll chuck in the Tonneau cover and a spare set of 4 used A048's for free for the buyer of the car.”

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Mickwesty325

Nice car. I'd be interested in the seats if the new owner doesn't want them. Cheers

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