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Westfield SEI 202bhp

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I'm putting my pride & joy up for sale. I have owned the car for just over 4 years. I've spent at lot of time and money getting the car to the spec it is today and it will genuinely be a sad to see her go. 

Full spec & photos listed: 

-Westfield SEI registered in 94

Engine and Runing gear

Raceline phase 3 blacktop - fully balanced bottom end built up with ARP bolts. 11:1 compression ratio. Gas flowed ported and polished head fitted with RL200 cams and Kent vernier pulleys. 

Bosch 440cc injectors 

Dunell sump

Jenvey 45mm throttle bodies with 100mm thrumets and ITG filter.

Westfield exhurst manifold and Westfield silencer

coolex 42mm alloy radiator 

Ash hoses.

Odyssey Pc680 light weight battery

Edge lightweight alternator

Omex 600 ECU

swirl pot and Sytec fuel filter fitted in the boot box 

Alloy catch tank

202 BHP 

174Lb of Torque 

3.9 LSD in Westfield casing 

BGH type 9 (Long First) with lubrication mod and large roller race laygear 

tracsport alloy bell housing

Hydraulic clutch  

westfield (High Spec) 4 pot front callipers

twin master cylinder 

Drums on the rear (lighter than disc's) 

Braided brake lines all round

Mtec drilled and grooved disc's

Adjustable brake bias 

floor mounted pedal box

widetrack 

2.4 quick rack

protech shocks with correct valving supplied by procomp

 

Interior 

Tillett W1 seats

Luke 4 point  harnesses 

Momo 27 290mm quick release wheel.

ETB gauges

Battery cut off 

push button start on custom under dash panel. 

 

Exterior 

standard westfield (narrow) white main body. Black nose cone. Cone, skuttle and bonnet new from Westfield during my ownership.

CRX 13" alloys

A048 tyres 

Playskool MSA roll bar.

 

Carbon - all supplied by Mark at carbon NV

front arches

Dash

Flared side panels

Tunnel Top

Rear arch protectors

Interior side panels

Boot box (not fitted)

rear pannel behind seats 

Aero screen

 

Full suspension and geometry set up by Matt at pro comp. recently mapped with print out. 

The car weighs just over 540kg giving a power to weigh ratio of around 374bhp per ton. 

The car is a dream to drive with the power really kicking in from 1600 revs and is smooth all the way to the red line.

Recent engine, gearbox and diff oil change. 12.3.19

New Federo Ds2500 pads 600 miles ago.

 

The bad bits

Theres always a to do list with kit cars but I believe in being up front when selling a car. There are a few marks here and there on the bodywork. In my opinion it's in really good shape considering its age. Type 9 has a slight weep as they do.  

Ive used the car for Sunday drives, B road blasts and occasional track day. The car has always been maintained with documented servicing. In its current spec it’s proved itself to be ultra reliable. 

lots of new parts will a folder full of receipts and old MOT's etc

Looking for £11000

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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