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    Quote Originally Posted by whitetop View Post
    Nice update, love the video for sure and dam does she fly.

    But was it just me or was she spinning a bit on corners? no traction but on the bigger corners she was ok'ish.
    Yep wheel spinning out of all the slow corners now even with full slick tyres I think it's mainly because I'm running fair bit of Camber now so that's took some of the tire off the road but got a ATB diff to go in so should bring that under control

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    Oh so it was not just me then.

    Ever way good show mate really good opened her up and showed the other drivers lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitetop View Post
    Oh so it was not just me then.

    Ever way good show mate really good opened her up and showed the other drivers lol.
    Yeah it's quite funny when the other people come over and ask what engine it has

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    Quick update, been a bit of a delay as i ended up not using the used diff i had a got a brand new unit ATB from Quaife but i had a bit of a nightmare getting a few of the shims i needed due to them being obsolete. Anyway its all rebuilt now and back in the car with steel caged bearings and all end floats ect all set to factory specs and filled with Millers Nanodrive CRX 75W90 NT+ competition gear oil....

    2019-03-24_04-52-52 by John Quincey, on Flickr
    2019-03-24_04-52-30 by John Quincey, on Flickr
    2019-03-24_04-52-08 by John Quincey, on Flickr

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    Looking nice mate, tested it yet?. loving the color of that gearbox.

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    Only quickly round the block mate to make sure no funny noises and all the shifts were ok

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    A little cosmetic update for change since ive got no new parts to fit :unsure finally got round to doing a job thats been bugging me since got the car. It have various rust spots on the drivers door where i would guess its been opened against something and knocking the paint off so thought i would address it now before they become holes....

    Took it down to metal to grid out the rust....

    2019-03-31_08-14-02 by John Quincey, on Flickr

    Then i put on some rust treatment, a good coating of anti rust primer and a coat of high build primer followed by a flatting off to smooth the surface....

    2019-03-31_08-14-50 by John Quincey, on Flickr

    Than the top coat, unfortunately i just used a tin of the Halfords paint so the colour match is a bit off (to light) but im not to worried as its not a show car just glad not to be looking a rust every time get into it :tt2 .....

    2019-03-31_08-15-06 by John Quincey, on Flickr

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    Nice job in the rust remedy.
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    Little update on the 200, not done anything with it for a while now unforgivably but finally got the L/R brake master cylinder on and all the brake pipes made etc. Ive used the Rover reservoir as the L/R unit is to close to the throttle bodies....

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    Looking nice on both parts, i'm sure the paint will fade after a few months.

 

 

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