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Zetec Rwd Parts

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As above what you got

Getting things ready for winter

I have got

Megajolt

engine mounts

Need everything else

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What are converting from, it will make a difference.

Water rail

Smaller alternator

Different starter

Exhaust manifold

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starter motor

 

zetec sump (Shortened)

 

Spiggot bearing

 

Alternator and mountings

 

Engine

 

Zetec inlet manifold for your bike carbs assuming you are sticking with them

 

*bleep* Plate between engine and gearbox (Retro ford)

 

Water rail not required if original zetec thermostat housing will fit (Its at the back of the engine. On the Zero Its fine But 2B is an issue not sure on yours

 

Depending on what clutch you are going to run (Zetec clutch will require the pivot pin replacing) Pinto clutch will require a modified flywheel

 

sure there is more but cant recall

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I've got a spare flywheel and clutch

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Changing pinto out

Going for pinto clutch new flywheel

think going to need water rail which one is best

I like duratec would be better to keep exhaust same side but the belhousing etc and finding a good engine at right money

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What flywheel chris

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1.8 zetec clutch 1.8 zetec flywheel with cct133 bearing to fit type9

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Pm u chris

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Bike carbs for now dean

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1.8 zetec clutch and pressure plate is marginal at about 160bhp. Some slip, some don't. I had two slip on my blacktop. Drilling the 1.8 zetec fly for a 2.0 pinto pressure plate and using an organic disc (plus using the pinto release bearing CCT132) has easily taken 200bhp for the last 5 years on mine.

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My raceline flywheel with helix paddle clutch (pinto size) takes the 243hp i.m putting out. With standard clutch it handled the 170bhp of the standard engine

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The clutch never let me down until I turbocharged it when I was running the St170 engine with vvt it didn't slip although I didn't get that RR it was putting out more than 170Bhp or close to it

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I can recommend the ATR sump from GBS, cheaper than most and baffled. I had to tweak a bolt to fit and file down the front two bolts as the block holes were slightly shorter.

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