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 Post subject: Re: Dutch RS1800 log
PostPosted: Fri Jul 19, 2013 8:00 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Dutch RS1800 log
PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2013 9:55 pm 
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after installation of the widelambda kit, I found out the engine is low on fuel

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so I need a fuel rail adapter for a stand alone fpr
But it's hard to find a adapter that would fit the rover turbo fuel rail

after some advice, I also could fit a frst frp ...but it needs some work to fit


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Looks like a breaker :lol:


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The plastic fuelrail

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The frst fpr

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looks nice

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Some small mods to fit the frst fpr, 2 new holes and tapping thread

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Now I hope this will do the job, otherwise ill need
- ford focus 2.0 fase 1 fuel rail + fpr and injectors


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 Post subject: Re: Dutch RS1800 log
PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:03 pm 
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Because I need stuff to do

The gauge didn't fit the centerconsole, same size as the other gauges, but a bigger front
Now I need a a-pillar for some gauges, only problem is that I can't buy in Holland
Found 1 in The UK. but he didn't send it overseas, found another one...but that would cost more then 20 pound to ship it to Holland...

So I need another solution, a friend of mine said... why not sacrifice the clock.

The clock

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the hole what needs to be removed

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after drilling in the clock

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gauge mounted:

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Also snapped 2 bolt from the frst bonnet,

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fitted 2 new bushes ,


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:06 pm 
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Next thing is to remove the tailgate, after a respray 2 months ago.. i didn't like the color of the tailgate
So it needs to be repainted.. :doh:

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Mounted the clock in the car

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Silver didn't do the job

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Much better in black :top


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fantastic work mate, i sold my old pi spolier to you last year i think? looks great :)

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:37 pm 
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that's right :) much better the mondeo one I had mounted before


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nice work there :chill:

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Nice work :thumbsup:


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small kick and update
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Because I can'r resist

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Fitted everything back and it looks good

Also the cops didn't liked it , that I was driving without a tailgate hehe
No fine, but the liked the car allot... and for god sake..the didn't want to see the engine lol


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lovely looking fiesta buddy, i remember seeing at redwings lodge and at the show ground but i didnt have a look around it :red:

i'll have a proper look at it at FF :thumbsup:


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some pictures fromf ford fair

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 19, 2013 1:01 pm 
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looks awesome mate :D

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nice motor fella, looking good 8-)

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thanks all, i did visit the fiesta si stand.. but you where all gone i think.
Some nice cars there


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I also bought some parts in the UK.
This is another little project for the fezz, it's a electric powersteering setup

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And some cleaning products...needed to buy something :lol: :lolz:

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For the winter I can't sit down and watch tv..so a small list to do

Install the electric power steering
Flock the dashboard, centerconsole and pillars
Upgrade the cooling system of the car to 2x 10 inch fans or 1x 8 and 1x 10..don't know yet
Fit a new rear axle, with 2 new rs2000 backshields
check why he isn't going faster the 200 km/h ... :doh:
Put the fiesta on a rolling road :insanity:


possible things to do:
New management
Other cams ... fast road of better
Vernier pulley's
upgrade the frst fuel pressure regulator to a better one
Wheels ?? if I find the time and money to refurb the 16 inch compomotive


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long time no see :P
very busy finding a new job and fitting a new engine in the siërra.

A friend of mine makes some prof pictures of thing, so here are 3 pictures
Hope you like them

Maybe in the winter some new updates

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 9:35 pm 
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Them pictures are awsome!!! Car looks sweet, love the smooth boot, one of the things I liked on my fez.

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found some more :P

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