Cool clip, I went and bought the film tho! well worth a watch if anyones interested. Cheers for the comments, thought I'd post a few of the action shots of b4 she blew up, and no it doesn't normally roll, if you look close you'll see its close to lifting an inside front wheel...........driving this hard may explain the engine issue! Good news is I just picked up a fresh built 1700xflow for £325 so that'll be in soon ;D
So went to Donnington last Friday and didn't blow up! YAY (although due to a slight oil overfill I did cause a oil powered engine bay fire............but only a small one honest.........) anyway heres a few pics. Hopefully I'll get a couple of videos on from my new camera setup soon too!
Heres a bit of the video. Unfortunantly the clipper I used messed the sound sink up but you get the idea. Next time I'll stop playing around with the bloody auto shuffle as it really makes a mess of it!
Right not a lot appears to have changed, BUT now have a yrs MOT (which took a lot more to get than it should have!) plus some new wheels/tyres.
These have a major advantage over the old one s, as they're round - which I believe is usually considered a good thing when dealing with wheels..... So thoughts? I still love the old split rims, but can't decide whether the new ones are as good looking or actually better........
And then servived RR07 and had a great laugh. But when I got back she went in the garage and is still there....................so I thought I better explain why. I'll start with pics and you can figure out the rest.
what dishwashers were invented for
So yes a zetec, blame annoying vauxhall people with XE's that I decided I really do need to keep up with. Aim is about 165-170bhp on twin 45's and Megajolt. Currently porting the head, I'll stick a few pics on soon and soon it'll be time to rebuild the engine and hope it fits as easy as I hope it will.
Well after about 18hrs of sanding the ports and manifold are finally done and matched, so heres a quick piccy update.
I've also splashed out on some very very shiney carbs (I couldn't help it!) and the mega jolt has turned up so now theres just a sump and mnts to sort and get the flywheel balanced and skim the head and...........why do these things had to take so long and cost so much. And before anyone asks why I haven't gone with bike carbs its because I want the engine bay to look at least a little period, plus you've got to admit twin 45's are sexy as hell, or is that just me?
Spammy spam spam spam, no thank you, man. are for food?! Are you sure? I mean all that flat work top and a nice sink and a dish washer, sounds like a part cleaning area to me Good news is I've finally got a work bench in the garage so I can actually rebuild the engine there for now.