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Old 27 June 2014, 11:51 PM
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Cheers guys, thinking out of the box for this Vee so looking at one of these

http://www.ctsturbo.com/cart/product...92-4560-0.html
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Old 29 June 2014, 04:22 PM
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All packed and ready for its transformation at Richard Henry Motorsport



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Banny you will never learn
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Old 29 June 2014, 06:25 PM
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Banny you will never learn
, following in your footsteps
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Looking forward to seeing this little lot down at Andys!

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Old 29 June 2014, 11:29 PM
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All packed and ready for its transformation at Richard Henry Motorsport



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Haa!! A boot full of joy!!
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Old 29 June 2014, 11:45 PM
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Banny you will never learn
And that Banny is spoken from somebody that will deffo never learn
speaking of which I was speaking to yer old mate Mike today who you bought his old classic off him originally from carlisle but lives down your neck of the woods now
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Old 30 June 2014, 01:40 AM
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Originally Posted by joe v3sti View Post
Looking forward to seeing this little lot down at Andys!

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Hope to catch up with you there at some point Joe, would be nice to put a face to the name

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Haa!! A boot full of joy!!
was bloody shattered after shifting it all from my bedroom into the car, better be worth it

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And that Banny is spoken from somebody that will deffo never learn
speaking of which I was speaking to yer old mate Mike today who you bought his old classic off him originally from carlisle but lives down your neck of the woods now
Yep had a good catch up with Mike when I collected the fmic, mentioned that you two went way back
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Good man Banny. Straight back into it
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Old 02 July 2014, 11:55 PM
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Originally Posted by ScoobyDoo69 View Post
Good man Banny. Straight back into it
I thought about it long and hard but if you're going to do it, why half *** it

more bits arrived today and waiting on my newage chevron castor modded front arms





Ready for its transformation at Richard Henry Motorsport


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Couldn't agree more mate! If your going to do it, do it properly. Unfortunately living by this has caused me serious project creep
Really interested to see how your suspension set up works out mate, some cracking products there.
Seeing your car outside the garage is making me really envious, I wish mine was back together. I'll be going over at some stage so hopefully will see it. How long do you think it will be over at RH for?
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Originally Posted by joe v3sti View Post
Couldn't agree more mate! If your going to do it, do it properly. Unfortunately living by this has caused me serious project creep
Really interested to see how your suspension set up works out mate, some cracking products there.
Seeing your car outside the garage is making me really envious, I wish mine was back together. I'll be going over at some stage so hopefully will see it. How long do you think it will be over at RH for?
I had that with my last one and I did get fed up many a time but ultimately it was worth it in the end, so I hope it comes good for you too. The cusco coilovers are pretty decent but still not a patch on the bilsteins I had on my previous one, the car is due to go to Chevron after Andys for a full geo setup so will let you know how I get on and how it compares with previous one

May even get tempted for some bilsteins again if Simon at Chevron gets his way Going to be ar RH's for another week at least as I am in no rush to get it back, due to having a daily hack this time round
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Sounds good mate, I thought you would be going to chevron for the geo after giving them rave reviews. Loving that Beatrush gear, I've been tempted for a bit of it myself. May have to get on to japan parts unless you can recommend somewhere else? Are you staying on the pro drive rims?
I'm betting come back from Stafford with a set of Billies and those cusco's are in the for sale section within a few weeks
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All packed and ready for its transformation at Richard Henry Motorsport

Banny I see your boot and raise you a van

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Originally Posted by Silver Scooby Sport View Post
Banny I see your boot and raise you a van


Awesome...

Banny this is going to be amazing when its all done, top work fella.

Have you got any info on the castor mod from chevron?
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Originally Posted by joe v3sti View Post
Sounds good mate, I thought you would be going to chevron for the geo after giving them rave reviews. Loving that Beatrush gear, I've been tempted for a bit of it myself. May have to get on to japan parts unless you can recommend somewhere else? Are you staying on the pro drive rims?
I'm betting come back from Stafford with a set of Billies and those cusco's are in the for sale section within a few weeks
I ended getting it all from rallysport direct in the US but their postage is a little high, so would probably go with Japan parts. I am sticking with them for now but on the look out for a 7.5" rim so I can get some 225/45 Yokos at some point.


it is a big possibility that could happen but I must be strong

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Banny I see your boot and raise you a van

thats definitely raising the game, if I had that many bits I would not have a bedroom to sleep in

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Awesome...

Banny this is going to be amazing when its all done, top work fella.

Have you got any info on the castor mod from chevron?
From what I remember a set of newage arms are machined to fit on to the classic setup, which gives you 5-6 degrees of castor compared to 3 degrees on a classic arm I believe.

I shall do my best to make it as awesome as my old one but its a hard act to follow
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I could not resist that picture... Basically apart from the engine and shell that was about 80% of the car in that van
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Old 06 July 2014, 12:40 AM
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Collected the turbo setup from Rob today and roughly what it will look like once fitted, though I may go front exit exhaust

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Old 06 July 2014, 01:21 AM
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Bloody hell! I hope you've got an angle grinder to make this little lot fit.
Crazy dude

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Originally Posted by joe v3sti View Post
Bloody hell! I hope you've got an angle grinder to make this little lot fit.
Crazy dude

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I am going a little smaller on the turbo side, ic/rad will have to be a custom setup to get the temps where I want them due to it still being a road car(ish)

Probably do the turbo side later in the year and will be going to Matty at MB Developments as I love his work on his and Fud's beast
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Banny you wouldn't go wrong with Matty he did a cracking job on my rotated/clocked SC42/46 twin scroll and side exit exhaust system






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Old 07 July 2014, 01:06 PM
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Banny you wouldn't go wrong with Matty he did a cracking job on my rotated/clocked SC42/46 twin scroll and side exit exhaust system





Looks mint does that Gus, welds are a work of art!
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Old 07 July 2014, 02:46 PM
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Found the issue of the sloppy rear end lol

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Old 08 July 2014, 01:48 PM
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Defis sorted thanks to big bro Maz



Added in a defi racer water temp due to the standard gauge being crap and not being able to find an amber bf water temp gauge as its an old model


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Originally Posted by banny sti View Post
Found the issue of the sloppy rear end lol

What was up with it Banny?
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What was up with it Banny?
If you look at the rubbers just above the arb, they have split at the top pretty common but the car is spotless underneath otherwise . I was shocked when I saw it still had the undertray been years since I've seen a classic with one
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bloody hell banny, your at it again, taking tuning to the next level (Y)
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Old 26 July 2014, 05:06 PM
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bloody hell banny, your at it again, taking tuning to the next level (Y)
I try my best

suspension work nearly complete, she should be home soon

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Which Fmic did you go for mate
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