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Car can be viewed this weekend at Shelsley Walsh Event 


Well after much deliberation, the time has come to admit I have lost my mojo and as a result, the car can finally go up for sale.

And I mean it this time! I did the trackday at Blyton  last year and enjoyed myself, but the effort to get there is much greater than the pleasure I get from driving.

Westfield sei wide circa 2004 with the following spec

Carbon panels with the exception of the floor.

Super light weight bodywork, with detachable rear arches all fitted such that it can be stripped off the car in less than 10 minutes.

Safety Devices full cage.

Grp drivers seat with bulkhead restraint, carbon low back passengers seat.

Momo steering wheel.

Aim Mycron gold LCD dash and data logger.

Geartronics gear indicator. Bespoke dash panel.

X16xe Vauxhall engine giving 214 bhp on nms rollers,

Forged pistons, steel rods, head ported by Guy Croft, SBD cams, valve springs, followers verniers,

Pace dry sump kit with bespoke high capacity tank

SBD 4 throttle injection kit, with ITG filter.

 All fuel lines in aeroquip and aluminium tube.

Sprint fuel tank and auxiliary track day tank.

High capacity pump and filter

Small alternator run from same belt as dry sump system,

Ducted radiator (carbon),

Helix 7.25 organic clutch with hydraulic operation

Elite 5 speed sequential gearbox, 3.92 LSD diff recently rebuilt. Force racing wheels and kumho tyres

Bespoke light weight wiring harness with mini fuses and relays.

 DTA P8 Pro ECU with traction and launch control, all wheels have speed sensors.

Wunoff exhaust silencer on modified TLE manifold.

Wilwood front brakes, antiroll bars at both ends.

Protec double adjustable dampers all round. Quick rack.

Car is Road legal, and will be sold with 12 months Mot.

It's a reluctant sale, as I know once it's gone I will want another one just like it! As a guide, this car cost more than £20K to build…….

Looking for £13,500.    Contact Paul 07973 504785






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