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PostPosted: 12 Dec 2007 01:43 
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keep up the good work man....
do keep us posted abt ur babe k... :lol:

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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2008 20:09 
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over the weekend i managed to organise a few parts, got all my cambelt bits,
bolted up the oil pump,water pump, fitted head studs, im using a crap head gasket cos im just doing a dry fit to make sure all the valve clearances are all mint, using plastersceen on the valve pockets, fitted the head, would of had the cambelt done but i couldnt find the engine mount,

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Nothing like a nice clean engine :)

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Bart wrote:
Nothing like a nice clean engine :)


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All the best things in life are Dirty.... and you damm well know it! :twisted:

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yea id have to agree with ya


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PostPosted: 16 Jan 2008 13:25 
thats hot hatch...mate are thise 17" on colt :?:


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cheers, yea they are 17s


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PostPosted: 17 Jan 2008 13:45 
do they rub? i ve bought 7x17 for my and i m not sure would they rub


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they are 17 x 7, my rear tyres are just in the guards, but i cut the bumber mount off cos it was hitting the tyre when i had people in the back and put a screw through the bumper and that solved the problem, also rolled the lip of the guard up just to make alittle more room, also when im pushing it around the hills the front touch the guards but cant really do to much about that


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PostPosted: 18 Jan 2008 00:59 
chch_mirage wrote:
they are 17 x 7, my rear tyres are just in the guards, but i cut the bumber mount off cos it was hitting the tyre when i had people in the back and put a screw through the bumper and that solved the problem, also rolled the lip of the guard up just to make alittle more room, also when im pushing it around the hills the front touch the guards but cant really do to much about that


tnx m8 for info i m gonna do same thing :D as i thought bumper mount would be problem :twisted:


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that really is spot on 8) how much is it costing if you dont mind me asking?

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A newly built engine should be clean :wink: at least on the inside :lol:

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tin tin wrote:
that really is spot on 8) how much is it costing if you dont mind me asking?


ah im trying not to think about the cost as i still have a lot of stuff to buy, lets just say above 5 k at this stage


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PostPosted: 02 Mar 2008 17:05 
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went to put my cam belt on yesterday, don't you hate it when you cant find the right bolts, I'm missing the bolt for the auto tensioner and also a washer that stops the tensioner from sliding off, so I'm on the mission on Monday to search all my bolts/parts i have at work and hopefully i can get this motor sorted because i haven't done anything on it in a month


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PostPosted: 05 Mar 2008 06:23 
That turbo gasket for your turbo moter has my 1600 mivec and it was slower than citroen saxo and peugeot 106 rallye if you have there that cars


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