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  • Last Activity: 06 May 2019 05:45 PM
  • Join Date: 14 May 2007
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  1. rickya
    25 November 2011 12:44 PM
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  2. huzzy1
    25 November 2011 12:28 PM
    Hello Mate,

    I've been looking at this car, Tony Burns said to give you a buzz to see if you know it at all??

    http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classifi...rs?logcode=flp

    Cheers,

    Rob
  3. stu turbo 98
    03 March 2011 06:00 PM
    Ricky thanks for the trader score,ive been trying to do yours but cant suss it out ,if you can give me some instructions i will get your rating up for you.thanks again.
  4. rickya
    21 February 2011 11:38 AM
    No probs mate
  5. stu turbo 98
    20 February 2011 11:23 PM
    rickya.are we still on for tomorrow,im going to the bank in the afternoon to get the cash give me a bell on 07980867581 or pm me your number...cheers stuart.
  6. rickya
    01 February 2011 10:45 AM
    The Mk2 Type25 made approx 420bhp IIRC and the engine was developed & made by Cos
    worth \ Litchfield, great car & prices reflect this.
    A Hawkeye Spec C in relatively standard from (Stage1 mods such as mine) could produce up to a maximum of 350 to 360bhp with approx 370 to 400ft/lbs torque. Which in a light weight twin scroll, AWD setup is quite ballistic! If you wanted upwards of 400bhp then IMO the latest Litchfield developed range of twin scroll turbos are the new way forward. (IMO a simpler and more cost effective way to get to Type 25 power levels). What these turbos can achieve is remarkable & unless you are planning to go over 450bhp then the standard JDM engine will be fine. If you wanted to go over this figure then the engine internals will need uprating. Simple stage 1 mods will cost approx 1,000 to 1,300 but you may have to also factor in a new clutch at some stage. For the Litchfield turbo setups they are the best people to advise you themselves. Goodluck.
  7. 01 February 2011 10:01 AM
    hello

    I remember you being knowledgeable about your spec c and was wondering what mods, costs and parts, would be in order to bring a standard spec c up to that of a mk2 type 25?

    Thanks
  8. Woodbitch
    15 April 2009 01:14 PM
    I'm not sure yet I will have a look in the diary tonight and I will let you know
  9. ShaggyDooWRX
    05 April 2009 04:06 PM
    Hi,

    Is that Spec-C yours?

    If so, I was wondering if you can tell me the colour of the wheels? Do you know the paint code/ colour name....

    Looks Perfect

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