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 Post subject: Dutch RS1800 log
PostPosted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:28 pm 
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First of all :) hi to all

Some pictures of my modified RS1800

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The are made at fitp 2013


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:50 pm 
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Hi mate,welcome!

thats a very nice rs1800

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:52 pm 
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Small update, some new parts recived and parts refurbished in yellow/gold

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Sump cleaned, black and brown sludge/ old oil removed and fitted a new gasket
Also painted the sump :)

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Something diffrent then chrome etc

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Inlet changes and ignition replaced
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Underneat the engine

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shiny 8)

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Also bought a brand new show/roll cage for peanuts :lol:

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Also fitted the rear side with some gaz coilovers.. when i go to fordfair.. my tires won't rub anymore :doh:

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Found out that one side of the car is diffrent
3 cm space on the right side between the coilover and rim
no space left on the left side between the coilover and rim

Fixed it with some spacing between the axle and rearhub
Not the way to go... but it will do from now

Also recived a wideband lambda kit from the UK

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 11:14 pm 
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Looks awesome mate

Welcome to the club

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looking good :)

Did you stay at redwings lodge?

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That looks lovely mate!!

Whats the spec?

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Yes i did meilack,

Specs:

132 bhp zetec engine
Flowed,enlarged, polished head
Rover turbo inlet, build by crazycage
Frst throttlebody,
Frst injectors, blue and beige
Fast camshafts
Jkm performance custom ignition
4-2-1 manifold
Race catalyst
Milltek catback, also customised
Wide lambda system
Adjustable fuel pressure
Stage 2 bc gearbox from the gearboxmen
B&M shortshifter
Bluefin chip.

Only needs to be on the rolling road to test, adjust en chip the bastard


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i thought i recognised it!

the Fiesta-si.com lot stayed there to you may recognise:

My Fiesta Si Turbo
Dave's Focus RS Mk1
David Evi's Mk2 Fiesta
Mole's Focus ST
Phil's Fiesta RST
Scamp's Fiesta RST
Andy Wilson's Fiesta Si 2.0
Terry's Saph

Spec is good :)

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I did see the cars, but now i reconize some of you :-)


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Nice looking car fella and a good spec to match 8-)

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awesome :)

will you be at ford fair? come over and say hi :D :FSI:

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also - where in Holland are you from? I'm currently in Den Haag with work :)

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Im from sexbierum, that is in the north of holland. About 20 miles fron leeuwarden
Yes mate, i will attend the fair this year,


Thanks all, for the welcome :-)


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I love looking at this car at shows, always one of my favourites :)

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it is pretty bloody epic :lol:

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Epic in both ways...that thing alsways quits on me when driving to the engeland .
First time my fuel pump died half way, second time lost some bodywork in belgium..stupid land, with their canyons in the road
Last time i used 3 front wheelbearings and 2 times my frst throttlebody disintegrated for my eyes haha.


Never boring when i drive to shows in the uk hehe


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that would make the journey interesting i guess! :lol:

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Welcome to the site :thumbsup:

Lovely car, looked good at Redwings lodge and FITP too :chill:

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looks fantastic! cracking job

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