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Old 02-05-2011, 09:17 PM   #101
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OK, so you've fitted the oil temp sensor to the new sandwich plate. Did you fit the new oil pressure sensor into the original hole on the block? or have you fitted it to the secondary take off on the sandwich plate? Thanks
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Old 02-05-2011, 09:22 PM   #102
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Sandwich plate has 4 holes all in different directions so I used 2 of them and it comes with 2 blanks.

That way I still have the original guage and oil light setup.

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Old 02-05-2011, 09:34 PM   #103
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Great ok, cheers mate.

So what's next to do on your car?
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Old 02-05-2011, 09:43 PM   #104
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car sounds great... have you got a 5.1 FD in the cup box? i have in mine and when im on the road i find myself in 5th gear driving everywhere lol! Have you bought an oil cooler yet? i have a 13 row mocal cooler with braided hoses and sandwich plate brand new that i never used due to using a standard water cooler instead!

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Old 02-05-2011, 10:05 PM   #105
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I dont know what final drive is in it but it does top out early enough. The torque in 5th
is unreal,you could drive it hard in 5th all day without changing down.

Left to do is plumb in the extinguisher and get the car logged for ralling.

I am waiting for the cert for the cage from Custom Cages since 10th of March,they are a proper
shower of cunts to deal with, I am calling every day for the last 3 weeks,nobody ever calls me back,
nobody can find my details or cage number on file. They then told me the certs were sent on 7th April
so I said I never got them and asked for replacments to be sent and they want 30 pound for each replacment
cert (I bought 2 cages together)

I cant get the car logged until I get a cert.
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Old 03-05-2011, 06:41 PM   #106
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very nice, sounds aawesome!
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Old 08-05-2011, 07:30 PM   #107
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Fitted an oil cooler ths weekend as it seems to get very hot.









This is the pipe that came out of the head in Mondello so I made sure it wont happen again.





And I spotted this after I got it tracked,its hard to trust anyone

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Old 08-05-2011, 08:11 PM   #108
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coming along very well man, the same thing happened when i got the rallye tracked before, failed an NCT on it!

Just noticed the speedlines, they look class! Whered you get yours from, it took over 8 weeks to get mine from pro parts! I was going to head over to the porsche trackday, didnt get over unfortunately due to college work!

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Old 08-05-2011, 08:17 PM   #109
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well spotted!
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Old 19-05-2011, 08:21 PM   #110
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I got a few bits done today.

New fancy Pansy wheel brace..









Battery box..



It came with nuts and bolts to keep the lid on but I fitted nutserts to keep it simple
and faster to remove.



Bolted through the floor..



Some Mk2 Golf underlay...



And all done...



Extinguisher on one side, battery on the other, in the centre of car and low down... Perfect



After only 9 weeks and a lot of heated phone calls the certs finally came from Custom Cages.

They managed to supply drawings with measurements AFTER the cage is fitted..







Got the front flaps on too, ya cant beat a nice flap







Hand held in place..



I have the big one plumbed in too, I'll get pics soon.
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Old 19-05-2011, 09:05 PM   #111
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Loving the wheel brace! it's so ex-works!
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Old 20-05-2011, 07:50 AM   #112
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not picking holes but just be aware that MSA log book requires mudflaps to be 3mm thick and 4mm for most championships now inc BTRDA

P.S i will keep you posted on the proflex
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Old 20-05-2011, 09:29 AM   #113
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why is that? What's the safety aspect with having mud flaps?
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Old 20-05-2011, 09:36 AM   #114
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That does not apply over here.
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Old 20-05-2011, 03:04 PM   #115
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why is that? What's the safety aspect with having mud flaps?
the safety aspect is apparently 'to stop stones hitting spectators' used to only be on driving wheels but now its on all wheels

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That does not apply over here.
my bad

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Old 20-05-2011, 03:55 PM   #116
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If I was a spectator I'd be more worried about being hit by the car! Some of the idiots I've seen in the past! lol
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Old 20-05-2011, 05:26 PM   #117
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had this little car on our dyno last sat.. will get a picture posted up soon, Credit to David, its a really nice solid little car!

Hope she does you proud.

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Old 20-05-2011, 10:51 PM   #118
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Cheers Steven, thanks for everything. Get those pics up.

Got the wiper fitted today, its the most modified part of the car now

Original setup would not fit with the cage.... Well done Custom Cages..



Cut the shit out of the motor, turned the linkage around and extended it to give a longer sweep.
I had to make up new brackets to mount it too.





Scuttle then had to be cut to fit.



Cut up a rear brake light cover..



Plastic welded on..



And motor cover cut down and pastic welded on..



And a Fiat Uno wiper arm..



I had to take a pic for the log book so did a bit of a photo shoot..






















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Old 20-05-2011, 10:52 PM   #119
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Old 21-05-2011, 09:47 AM   #120
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lovely car mate, well done!
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Old 21-05-2011, 04:49 PM   #121
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Class machine, I wouldnt change a thing on it mate.
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Old 21-05-2011, 04:56 PM   #122
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Now thats a lot of carbon fibre!
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Old 21-05-2011, 05:39 PM   #123
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Very nice work Dave, credit to you
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Old 21-05-2011, 09:03 PM   #124
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Cheers everybody, only a few little bits to tidy up at this stage.

Mirrors painted yellow to be a bit mad and bring out the yellow in the seats and harness'



And the new carbon Fibre roof skin fitted The camera doesn't show it up that well.













The nut came loose on the rear shock for some reason and the bolt fell out, the same
thing happened my friends rally car which is strange but I made sure it wont happen again.

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roof looks awesome...how come irish rally regs are so different? were not allowed carbon roofs over here!
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Old 22-05-2011, 09:38 PM   #126
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Dont get too upset, its only vinyl, but thanks for thinking it was real..
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Old 23-05-2011, 07:32 AM   #127
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ah right, fair enough looks good though! where did you get the vinyl from? I could do with something like that to protect parts of my cage!
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Old 23-05-2011, 08:07 PM   #128
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This came in the post today, I had forgot all about it.

Nice piece of kit, little trap doors to let the oil in but not let it out..







Two new gaskets..



And fitted..





When I had the oil drained I decided to change my oil cooler pipes from this:



To This:


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Old 05-06-2011, 10:19 AM   #129
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How come your selling up man?

http://cars.donedeal.ie/for-sale/rallycars/2205163
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Old 05-06-2011, 12:18 PM   #130
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I'm not, just a crazy idea to see would anyone call about it at that money..

First day out in Laois next sunday
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Thats a pretty penny Dave! lol

time to use and abuse it. Seems a shame to get it dirty now though! far too good condition for a race car :P
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Is the sump baffle from Constella?
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Is the sump baffle from Constella?
Yes.
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where did you get the carbon fibre vinyl from Dave?
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Old 06-06-2011, 07:21 PM   #135
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I got it from a company over here that wrap cars.

http://www.revolutionireland.ie/contact.html

Try Google 3M carbon wrap or something..
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Old 18-07-2011, 06:37 PM   #137
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So I had the 106 out for the Laois mini stages in June but lashing rain, bad tyre choice and power steering failure ended
in disaster, I'll say no more. A few days in the shed had it sorted and we were out for our home event in Sligo 2 weeks ago.

The car performed better than I could have wanted, loads of power and torque, great brakes and the back end stayed in line
over the jumps. The cup car box is just perfectly geared for the tight stuff and the shifter is wild quick. You can see in the video
how quick my hand moves off the wheel and back again, I dont think a sequential would be any faster.

We took it handy enough to get the feel for things but never put a wheel out of place all day long.

Started out 97 and finished 72 (I think) overall.

Here is incar from the final stage.

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Old 24-07-2011, 10:17 AM   #138
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good result mate...

co driver sounds cute
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Old 25-07-2011, 06:24 PM   #139
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She is..
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Ah the good ole Irish accent.....reminds me of the old days!

Nice video dude, it's a shame you can't hear the engine / box a little more
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This is a great car just read from start to finish

Amazing, can see you've put the effort in and the quality shines through!!
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Seems to be going very well Mate! keep it up!
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Old 12-08-2011, 11:08 PM   #144
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whats the next plan for it Dave? any events coming up?
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So after a long winter burried in the back of the shed I dug out the 106 yesterday
to carry out some upgrades I've been planning.

The last 2 times I had the car out I was not happy with the steering. As it is
an electric pump powered by alternator/engine speed I was getting a very heavy
steering through chicane's and tight junction's when there was no engine revs.

I decided to rip it all out and fit the well proven Corsa EPS column.

Here is the Corsa and 106 column together, note the big difference in length.



I wanted to keep the power steering rack in place for the time being as it is a quicker
rack than a manual one so first step was to make a UJ as short as possible to mate
106 rack to Corsa column.

I cut this end off the Corsa UJ to bolt to the column



and this end off the 106 UJ.



And welded the two together.





Next step is to knock the two shafts from the outer tubes.

106 shaft out



Corsa shaft out



The Corsa shaft is very long so I cut it back alot (bolting back into the car regular
to check length and seating position)

I cut the end off the 106 shaft and welded it to the Corsa column, dipping into water
every 15mm to keep it from getting too hot and melting seals. This will allow me
to keep my 106 steering hub.

There is also a 35mm piece taken out of the corsa column not shown in the pic





Now, cut the end off the Corsa tube.



And weld on the end off the 106 tube. This end has the correct size bearing for
the shaft end I just welded on plus I can now bolt on the 106 stalks.





I have a cross bar on my cage behind the dash so I cut off the standard Pug
bracket and decided to make one from scratch as it would be quicker than
modifying the Pug one.

I laso mounded the column upside down as the motor was fouling the cross bar
when it was the right way up and there is more room behind the dash to the left.





Thats it for now, it will get fully welded and wired next weekend so stay tuned

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Got my steering finished today but I did'nt drive it yet, it feels very light and I can even turn
it with one hand parked on the spot.

Some more pics anyway.

UJ fully welded...



This is the Corsa ECU



A controler switch off Ebay (29) With this little box you dont need inputs from speedo etc
like the corsa uses, you just have a knob to set how heavy/light you want it.



The Corsa ecu bracket fits directly to the 2 studs on the 106 bulkhead, whats the chances..



Here it is fitted with the 106 ignition barrel in place and the dash back in.



I cut the ends off the original pipes and closed them over, this will keep the dirt out but
still let the rack breath so vacuum wont build up..



And all the shit that came out. Weight distribution should be better without all this hanging out
over the front of the car.





And all the room left up front, I can fit a bigger oil cooler now the pipes are gone out of
the way.



I got this during the week too, Its a foam filled bag tank in a kevlar surround with built in swirl pot
and 2 pumps. Made by Peugeot sport for the 106 Maxi.








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Old 13-05-2012, 09:26 AM   #148
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that tank looks awesome, standard filler pipe?
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Old 13-05-2012, 11:55 AM   #149
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Pimp tank!!
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Cheers guys,

Here is the Maxi filler neck but it wont work as the Maxi has the filler cap at the front
of the quarter panel. I will make up a pipe to work on my car.





Does anybody know what the banjo bolt on the top of the tank is for?


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