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Wanted: Westfield - Bike Engined or Ecoboost 1.6

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3 minutes ago, AdamR said:

That's rapid, would love to see a video of that :t-up:

Will sort some out next time I go. 

With wider rear tyres and a softer compound all round I feel a <1:02 is doable. 

My 1:06.7 was not a tidy lap at all! 

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2 hours ago, Ben (bunje) said:

@TomS what about a mazda 1600 turbo :p

Thanks but it's not what I'm looking for unfortunately! 

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Yeah I spoke to the owner a while ago. Seems a nice car but the cage would need mounts welding to it as it doesn't have them on there. And for £15k I'd be looking for a 100% perfect car as that is top dollar!

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Good car, but a bit steep given what Mark Anson sold it for not all that long ago...

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Bit out of my budget and as Adam says, strong money!

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The cage just bolts onto the chassis? 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Stephen W said:

The cage just bolts onto the chassis? 

 

 

Was that in reference to the white 2.0 Ecoboost one? It doesn't have the mounting points so needs the cage welding or the points welding I think to bolt the cage to. Either way, it's £15k and needs another £1000-1500 for a cage.

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1 minute ago, Chris King - Webmaster and Joint North East AO said:

No you can bolt a cage on without the factory mounting points. @Plays-Kool sell them. Nowhere near £1000 either!

This one? http://www.plays-kool.co.uk/cgi/sh000101.pl?WD=cage&amp;PN=PlaysKool-FIA-Cage-1359.html#SID=67

Does the chassis need drilling?

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Like I said bolt one on. 30 min job with 2 people. 

 

Yes youll have to drill the chassis just like Westfield would.

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4 minutes ago, TomS said:

Yes that one. They often do a Group buy around the end of the year with a good saving on that price. 

You do drill  the chassis but loads of owners have done this - so very common. 

Took a bit more than 30 mins (for me) though! 

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