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Old 10-01-2011, 10:05 PM   #1
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My N/A saxo vts

Do not post on here that much, but i thought i would post up the spec of my car and a few pics.
I started this car a novice, and everything done to it has been done by myself and a friend of mine.

Engine/wiring

Full rebuilt 16v engine
PH4 newman cams
Jenvery throttle bodies (60mm)
Wossner high comp pistons 78.7 bore - everything new inside
kent cam vernier adjustable pulley
Lightweight alternator pulley set
new valves skimmed
ported and polished head
JP4 rocker covers
16 row oil cooler
Nissens Rad
samco black hoses
Motul Race engine oil
NGK spark plugs
Clio 182 injectors
Walbro fuel pump
Adjustable FPR mounted in the engine bay where battery was
4-1 piper manifold
Ss exhaust system (straight through)
Omex 600 ECU
Omex wiring harness (wiring further customed by my friend)
wiring removed from engine bay bar basics (fuse box, abs all that stuff)


Transmission

CGmotorsport cerametallic paddle clutch kit
Diffed S1 rallye fully refurbed box
Rose joint gear linkages
Fuchs titan race oil (real good stuff)
New seals


Braking

Copper lines through out
23mm master cylinder
306 gti 6 brakes
EBC drilled and grooved brake discs
DS2500 pads
Stuck with the standard
ABS removed

Chassis

Group N mounts
Power flex lower engine mount
Bilstien group Ns all round
faulkner springs - 45mm
polyrace mounts rear beam/wishbone
Fully custom built Roll cage sprayed in black with a tint of gloss
power steering removed
New drop links fitted
Group N rubber exhaust mounts
Omp lower brace

Interior/Exterior

OMP 4 point harness
RMD design steering wheel
Quick release boss kit
Good year eagle F1s (road)
OZ racing wheels wrapped in prada spec 2s (track)
Omex 600 ECU
Omex wiring harness (wiring further customed by my friend)
wiring removed from engine bay bar basics (fuse box, abs all that stuff)
Battery relocated (boot for now, thinking of moving to behind passenger)
In car aluminum fuel tank (custom built)
washer bottle relocated to the boot
106 manual mirrors





Now its just a case of getting the last few bits.

Mapping is booked in for 1st of Feb, cannot wait to say the least
Fiber glass boot lid
Carbon fibre bonnet
Polycarbonate window all round

Heres a vid of the first engine start up






















I hope a few of you like it. sorry the pictures and everything is a bit jumbled up.
I am hoping for 180-185bhp with a solid torque curve..
Should be really wild with the diffed S1 box, will be looking to attack some small tracks in this hatch.

Any questions/advice, please shout!

Jason
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Old 10-01-2011, 11:43 PM   #2
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good luck with the mapping, i would think you will see thouse figures without that much hassle.
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Old 11-01-2011, 06:00 AM   #3
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Did I read that right? Huge 60mm bodies?
That might hinder things in the engine dept.
I'll be interested to see how it performs.
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Old 11-01-2011, 06:25 AM   #4
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Good luck with the mapping, let us know how you get on.
60mm trumpets maybe?
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Old 11-01-2011, 07:17 AM   #5
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Jenvey STs pictured, they only go up to 42mm. 60mm long trumpets looks like.
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Old 11-01-2011, 04:44 PM   #6
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Hello guys, thats right, they are 42mm with 60mm trumpets! things are rather tight in the engine bay, but i will manage, will get a filter in there aswell!

will upload results with a video

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Old 11-01-2011, 06:57 PM   #7
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