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old-git
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old-git

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    From:
    Essex
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Car:
    Elan & Robin Hood
    Current Cars Mods.:
    1967 Lotus Elan S3 SE DHC. Owned since 1973
    Modifications (completed, in progress or planned) :
    Sierra Cosworth 2000cc 4 cylinder modified engine:
    Approx 520bhp on pump fuel - Ford Motorsport 200 block - Long studded (6)
    Balanced lightweight WRC crank - 8.2:1 compression ratio
    High pressure oil pump - Steel windage tray - Group A rods
    Mahle pistons with R4 pockets - Group A ported and gas flowed 2WD head
    Hydraulic lifters - WRC phase sensor - Escort WRC inlet manifold
    Piper BD14 inlet and exhaust cams - Piper vernier cam pulleys
    Piper valve springs - WRC steel head gasket - 4WD exhaust manifold
    Custom made 3” exhaust system –
    T4 RS500 turbo with 60 trim compressor housing and 360 degree bearing
    .31 Actuator - 8x Bosch grey 403 injectors (under revision)
    Distributorless ignition system (camshaft pickup)
    Wasted spark coil pack (Motorcraft) and high performance plug leads.
    4WD steel flywheel - Twin plate cerametallic Alcon clutch assembly
    3 bar MAP - No dump valve (thank goodness)
    Life full race ECU and custom made lightweight wiring looms
    Anti-lag system - Launch control - Traction control
    ABS wheel sensors for above on all wheels - Full throttle gear change system
    Custom made alloy radiator and charge cooler - Custom made exhaust system
    Hi-Spec 4 pot alloy front callipers and larger grooved discs
    Hi-Spec alloy rear callipers and grooved discs
    Elite 300-IL 6 speed sequential gearbox
    Sierra Cosworth 7.5” rear diff,fitted with Quaife ATB LSD.
    Custom mad
    Drag Racing/Sprinting/Hill climbing

    Signature

    Steve

    Absolutely way too much horsepower is almost enough.


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