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About SFX-Joe

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    Hants and Dorset Area Secretary
  • Birthday 09/28/1987

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    Robin Hood S7
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    Joe Hale

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    Ferndown, Dorset

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  1. What length manifold do you have? I have seen this setup with a filter on before a while back so it must be possible. Have you got any images?
  2. I ckeced and double checked that. It ended up being that the sump had been shortened by the original owner to much, its about 35mm to shallow. Which when there's not much to play with already really made a difference. All sorted now with the help of an Accusump. Was cheaper than a RS sump + pickup!
  3. No Problem at all. If you are happy for me to message you when I plan a m onthly run out please PM me your email address and I will build up a mailing list or local owners who are interested in run outs. Your address wont be used for anything other than a monthly run out notification.
  4. Yup that's the one, Compton Abbas is a great place for breakfast like you say. good roads, plenty of parking and great food. Ideal.
  5. Sounds promising. Thanks Nick.
  6. Anyone got a vernier pulley for a Pinto? 2.0l block. Ideally, if im being fussy... in red? Let me know!
  7. Hi Guys and Gals, 2 Things.. 1. I am considering a Vernier for my pinto. 2.0l with twin 45s, FR32 cam. Im running 16 degree advance on ignition at the mo but I feel the engine should have a bit more umph. Maybe a small amount of adjustment on the cam via a vernier will help? Any recommendations on verier settings on a pinto with similar setup as me? 2. Anyone got a decent Vernier fully for pinto 2.0l kicking about they no longer want and would like to part with for some cash? Im im being picky... In a nice red colour, haha.
  8. Thanks for the welcome And. I look forward to getting the central south kits out and about in the coming months and years. Any advise from other secretaries who have prior knowledge on how to make a busy and successful area please feel free to let me know any tips!
  9. SFX-Joe

    Stalk Question

    Agreed with above. Hazards have a direct live feed so if your fusebox fries or you have an electrical fault they should din most occasions still work. After all they need to work if your broken down at the side of the road. I would expect it is the relay (Ticker) or the fuse. You know the lamps are working as you have hazards working so that takes them out of the process. Keep us posted.
  10. Hi Guys and Gals, Just putting the feelers out there to see who in the Hants / Dorset area may be up for an early run out this coming Saturday. I know its last min but the weather now seems to be improving and we don't need more of an excuse than that to get out and about... Any interested parties please reply bellow or PM me. I am thinking we take in Zig Zag hill on route if peoples locations favour this. Wont be a huge run out but none the less it should be fun and get a few cars together for a cruise. Joe
  11. Be careful with a pull over cover, these can scratch the paint as per previous comment above. I suggest a cotton throw over the car first to protect it. Also - Covers hold moisture and can aid rapid growth of rust when condensation forms. A temp structure is a better idea but short term a pull on will do the job...
  12. SFX-Joe

    Zetec Megasquirt

    If you take your car to a nice friendly independent MOT centre they will probably pass it for you. They know that's kits aren't always perfect and so are generally a bit more lenient to things like emissions. I think officially you should have a CAT but that's 'officially'. A bit like mine with no side mirrors, official I should have them.... I don't. Never have. Yet passes each time. I had just fitted a new pairs of Weber 45s to my engine before my last MOT. The emissions were way over but he passed it and said check your timing and tune the carbs down a bit. Of course this is not always the case but any MOT tester with a few years mechanical engineering behind them should understand the Cache 22. As for the sensor, not needed in most cases so I would be confident to say remove it. My mate runs a Zetec with out one and has no problems. Im guessing but might get a few less MPG without it fitted as ECU will be thinking its broken or faulty? Total guess that one.
  13. I have read that and is where I got my measurements from to make sure the 'level' is correct. It was found to be the depth of the sump causing issues. I did consider the RS2000 sump but I read somewhere that it wont fit with my type 9 4 speed rocket box? The clutch cable or something cant be run where it needs to be on the RS sump due to the design?
  14. I have pair of Weber 40 DCOE 32 carbs for sale. Came off my pinto 2.0L when I decided to sweep out for 45s. They could dporbably do with an overhaul as I have run them for a good few years with no need to touch them. They were fine on my car when removed but yea, a overhaul is prob wise none the less. I did replace the top cover on one of the carbs for a 151 cover as the lid cracked around the fuel union thread. All fitted and reflected and float level checked. I was looking for around £200. On the shelf, in a box, ready to go. Based in Ferndown, Dorset but can easily post by courier.
  15. Sounds great. I run out with SKCC front time to time so that's a good start! I will drop one of the admins out a message and go from there. I can't host an event at mine but I can certainly find somewhere suitable to do so for a annual BBQ or similar im sure! I am sure I will be in touch!
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