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Old 24 September 2015, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by SwissTony View Post
The only breathing he does on the engine is when it is followed by a microfibre cloth to remove a slight blemish
Your not far wrong there Chris lol

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i like the OEM+ style to Simons modifications so far. So maybe a full newage JDM twinscroll swap would be lovely or id be tempted to get an S5/S6 WRC style cooling package made up and aim for a mega responsive 400bhp
Thanks Frayz I really appreacite your honesty and always have that's why I always share what I'm thinking about doing with you.
At present I've no engine plans mainly because it's running well... I know I had looked at it and thought about a re fresh but theres no cost difference between a re fresh and a repair because it would have to be stripped in both cases.
If I have an issue then I'll address it at that point.....

The car drives well really well the handling is fantastic and the grip is quite something it really has surprised me... Acceleration is quite an eye opener, you can drop it in 5th at 30mph and pull away and at 70mph it hits 4,000rpm you initially think it's revving hard due to the low gearing and at a steady 70mph there's no boost but if you plant your right foot boost is immediate and it's blisteringly quick on acceleration.

If I ever rebuild my first impression is just a tweeked oem build enhancing on certain areas, one being the top mount. But I like the thought about a twin scroll and what a car it would be then. I would be paying particular attention to finish as well, block and bolts etc I would not be afraid to fit a front mount but it would not be one which I had to mod the body etc to fit it as it would have to be built to fit.
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Old 24 September 2015, 07:37 PM
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Totally agree mate.
Let me know when you wanna hatch a plan.
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Totally agree mate.
Let me know when you wanna hatch a plan.
Currently hatching a Land Rover plan
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Alright mate, when you refurbed the steering rack, did you rebuild it as well with new seals etc?

The quick rack on my v3 Type R is leaking and struggling to find a rebuilt kit/seals.
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Old 25 September 2015, 10:28 PM
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Originally Posted by M4RKG View Post
Alright mate, when you refurbed the steering rack, did you rebuild it as well with new seals etc?

The quick rack on my v3 Type R is leaking and struggling to find a rebuilt kit/seals.
Hi Mark no I just refreshed it all the seals etc were good there was no issue with it. Have you tried Import Car Parts ?
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Old 25 September 2015, 10:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Silver Scooby Sport View Post
Hi Mark no I just refreshed it all the seals etc were good there was no issue with it. Have you tried Import Car Parts ?
Yep, they neither stock the kits or are able to get them... other than converting a newage JDM rack, pretty much out of ideas
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Old 26 September 2015, 08:19 AM
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Originally Posted by M4RKG View Post
Yep, they neither stock the kits or are able to get them... other than converting a newage JDM rack, pretty much out of ideas
Any pictures there Mark on what you are dealing with post them up lets have a look at what you need.
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Old 26 September 2015, 12:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Silver Scooby Sport View Post
Any pictures there Mark on what you are dealing with post them up lets have a look at what you need.
The steering rack is still on the car, so photos aren't giving much away.

Drivers side:

Passenger side:
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I don't know what parts would be in there but if it's O rings they must be a standard size ? You may need to remove it and dismantle it to actually see what parts you need.
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Old 27 September 2015, 11:07 AM
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i got my power steering pump repair kit from
parts master
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pretty sure they did rack kits as well for 93-2000
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Originally Posted by madscoob View Post
i got my power steering pump repair kit from
parts master
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pretty sure they did rack kits as well for 93-2000
Good info there... Here's the website

http://www.apwusa.com
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Seems you have to be a member with them??? I'm going to clean it all up next weekend and re new the boots... See if I can tell where the leak is coming from
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The car is still going strong and looking as good as ever I’m pleased to report.
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pics needed
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loads in this thread but Simon has previously posted a link to a shoot also..........

https://www.scoobynet.com/members-ga...on-sti-ra.html
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You still have it then, Simon?
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The car is still going strong and looking as good as ever Iím pleased to report.
Good to hear...value must be climbing nicely too now Si

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It’s been a long time since I’ve been on here but I was not expecting to see you guys still about !
yes still have it and going well, covered very little mileage this year due to personal reasons but it’s sat there safe and ready when I had the chance.
Is Photobucket still running as before to post a few more pictures? Great link thanks Alyn, Kostas yes and will have for a long time no plans other than keep it. Ian ! Where have you been mate !! Beef will do !

I may have restored something else in the meantime lol
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Yes Ian values are holding and climbing for the right models, 2 doors mainly but for the right models they will also be dragged up.
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Originally Posted by Silver Scooby Sport View Post
Yes Ian values are holding and climbing for the right models, 2 doors mainly but for the right models they will also be dragged up.
Yours will be one of the right ones for sure...mostly been hair dressing and working on the house. Funny how as soon as one project is complete and I think I'll get wagon time I'm informed of a more urgent project
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