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  1. Hi folks. I decided that my Exmo needs doors for when it's cold or wet. And since I could not find any doors that fit my expectations, I decided to build them myself. I created a simple aluminum frame and put 2mm plexi glas on it instead of a soft cover. And while the ready made doors slope forward at the rear end, my doors slope backwards from the lower start of the rear fender, ending just a few inches short of the top edge of the roll bar where my doors get fastened. Maybe a little heavier overall (2.3 kg/door), but they are sturdy enough to not shake when driving and they keep the icy w
  2. Hi I'm wiring a new CBS prewired 'loom/fusebox' into my exmo after upgrading and adding a number of electrical fittings and accessories that were either missing or broken on the car (lights/horns/reverse/fog etc). It has been relatively straight forward tracing the circuits to the accessories and switches using a continuity tester and diagrams of the ford stalk switches attached. I have some general queries on the major engine component connections though and ask for comments and advice. UPPER 5 - shows wire to + side of alternator. The existing connection comes off a relay
  3. I am rebuilding my Exmo, in a few weeks time I hope to reach the front end. When I put it together the first time I made sure that the wheels were squared up, in line, body in middle etc. It took a long time measuring before I bolted it all up. There were just too many measurement going on for me to consider caster, I just let things settle where the bushes seemed to take them. The result was even tyre wear, no wandering, no crabbing, BUT no self centering. I have skimmed through the 77 other topics in this forum that mention caster. I did not notice anyone making adjustments to caster on an E
  4. Hi all My original glass bowl lamps are very attractive but very dull is there a replacement LED lamp unit I can fit? The sidelight is non existant in the origibal lamp but the bulb and wiring is taped out the way so would be good to get a combo unit Kris
  5. Burney

    No lights

    Hi folks I'm a new RH Exmo owner. Great fun had at back end of summer although as the darker nights approached I noticed my rear lights are not working but the headlights are. Indicators are off too Are these all on the same citcuit/fuse? Hoping to play with this problem over my xmas hols There are a number of other electrical issues for me to work through but lights are a badic requirement for me to enjpy safe road fun Kris
  6. Listing on eBay at http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252475097953 Starting price on eBay at £1995
  7. hi guys i have cobra monaco seats in my exmo and wanting to replace them any pics of what you have fitted cheers Mark
  8. Finally managed to get a bit of time with the car... can't believe I've had it this long already. Anyway it also has it's own bank account so time to make some real progress before I have to leave again! So firstly the car... a Robin Hood Exmo... purchased while on placement in Bedford back in Nov 2012, currently located in Cornwall. I have until July before I move away so need to get it as close to IVA ready as possible to enable a weekendish trip back etc. Main things to do: Fit Seats and Harnesses Wiring (I struggle with it) IVA trim + EXMO IVA changes/modifications
  9. 2l Robin Hood Exmo 5-speed (Q-Plate) Currently registered SORN (Requires complete rebuild as stripped apart from rear suspension so it require a trailer to take away) First registered August 1996, I acquired her in August 1997 and used as my regular daily work transport until March 2000 when I took off the road for new engine as brick in road met her sump. Completely rebuilt engine put in in May 2000, but only about 50 mile covered since then, when I took off road to work on suspension and tweak other bits but she never got together again. Family came first so she’s been sat in the gara
  10. This week I'll be stripping down the Exmo for donor parts for my Zero build. Most of the bits, as you can imagine, I'm keeping but I figure some bits may be of interest to others. Prices are ONO, and all plus shipping. Front swept-style arches (Oxford Blue) £20/pair Rear two-piece wide arches (Oxford Blue) with stainless protector panels £20/pair Nosecone + grille (Oxford Blue) £15 Bonnet, stainless, w/louvres, dinted in top - useful for steel/louvres maybe? £10 Rollover bar, original £30 Windscreen, frame and black side supports £40 Front tie bar kit £20 Light set (headlamps, front
  11. Hi Guys, Hopefully this in the right section. So I have recently purchased an unfinished EXMO. After having a trip upto the factory in Nottingham I was hooked on building one myself rather than buying a 'fully' finished one. Also being on a student budget does make things a little bit tighter. On to the purchase: As you can see more than enough to keep me busy for a while, probably best to add that the engine (1.8 ford sierra OHC) currently doesn't run but has been re-bored etc and turns over by hand. Battery, plugs and leads all on order, distributor cap and rotatory arm clea
  12. Regrettably, time has come to part with my pride and joy. Not because I want to but because age has crept up behind me and I now no longer have the ability to get in and out. So here we go, Robin Hood Exmo Kit Car, Based on Ford Sierra with a 2.0 litre Ford Pinto engine mated to a 5 Speed manual transmission. It has covered 16643 miles since build. Purpose made plastic wind deflectors, Tonneau cover for every day use and full wet weather gear including side screens (not shown in photos) for when the British weather catches you out. Repacked exhaust to reduce the mind numbing exhaust noise on l
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