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MarkBzero

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  1. Sold to fellow member in Hampshire.
  2. Hi, I am selling a ATR lowered sump from GBS https://www.kitspares.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=1190 £150 used for last season includes modified oil pick pipe, new cork gasket and magnetic sump plug. Ideally pick up due to size, or I can post tracked/signed for service for another £15.
  3. RWD = rear wheel drive, they tend to shortened to give more ground clearance. I will have a ATR sump for blacktop for sale soon. I got a kit off eBay for engine mounts, tacked them myself in situ and asked friend to do a proper job. You do not need a water, it looks cleaner and you easily fit temperature and fan switch. Some have used original thermostat housing and pipe (hoover tube).
  4. Burnt once, never again. There are a handful of people I would trust but have known them for 10 years. Oh and I know where they live so I can send a few of the lads around.
  5. I have both in not so sunny Telford, which might be to far. My terms are favourable, to club members £100 cash deposit in UK sterling none of that funny Scottish stuff from up North. Non-members and newbies £200 cash deposit. Cash deposit returned when I get the engine stand and crane back in good working order. That's for 3 months, anything longer you lose £10 of your deposit every month. Which I think is a bargain.
  6. It's not the cheapest hobby, but then at 20 mpg who cares.... Sorning the car for half the year might help. I have only done this once in the 7 years I've owned the car but that was down to an operation.
  7. I like the forum over Facebook, I can never find anything on FB. It could be an age thing and fat thumbs!
  8. I might have shorter ones in the garage, what diameter do you need?
  9. Tempted, do you know if there is camping? I cannot find anything on their website or do I slum it in a warm hotel with full English...
  10. Yep, you've guessed it the 1.8 is 80.6mm https://www.burtonpower.com/nural-piston-ford-1-8-16v-zetec-80-6mm-23984-std.html
  11. The 1.6 is 76mm according to Burton's https://www.burtonpower.com/nural-piston-ford-1-6-16v-zetec-e-76mm-23983-std.html
  12. I'm sure the 2l bore size is 84.8mm. I will check my notes.
  13. Fingers crossed.
  14. Agree with Tractor comments, the cheapest will be 2B it's the car I wanted but then went for Zero because of the newer parts that were available. GBS still have donor kits available for both.
  15. Everything sorted, the auto adjuster were seized all cleaned and greased.
  16. MarkBzero

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    So true, in the forces we worked on right-hand drive and left-hand drive vehicles so always used driver or passenger side. With the exception of Ferret vehicle one driving position in the centre!
  17. Hi, Lools.like a good build, don't worry about failing most cars do. You then have a nice to do list. Have you got a rear number plate light?
  18. This one on eBay is not a bad starting place. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LOCOST-7-KIT-CAR-BIKE-ENGINE-FITTED-ROAD-LEGAL-TRACK-DAY-CAR-RACE-CAR-/274648066922?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49292
  19. Excellent news, good to see another lightweight pass IVA.
  20. That will be a fun job. They will need a rolling road session to set perfectly to maximize power and fuel efficiency.
  21. Loads of useful information already on the forum but any questions will be answered. From a photo perspective take some close ups and then ask a friend to take a picture of you with a spanner, under the car with greasing hands. The only photos they checked from my submission was the seat belt mounts, fuel tank mounts and engine number.
  22. I went from a Ford crossflow to ST 170 in a GBS Zero but kept weñt down the twin 45s route because they sound awesome and it was easier/cheaper at the time.
  23. Rich don't wait 2 years, it took me 3 to build because everything else in my life came first. Kids, work, MSc, fostering, house move and poor health. My advice, although I really love my car and know every nut and bolt on first name term. I would buy a roadworthy registered kit them modify to my style. But it really is your choice, this forum will support you.
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