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Re: Renault 5 GT From 1.4T To B18FT
« Reply #45 on: 18:36, Sat 12 February 2011 »
nice golf I rims :)

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Re: Renault 5 GT From 1.4T To B18FT
« Reply #46 on: 04:11, Sun 17 April 2011 »
Ok folks some updates
when eventually i fixed all problems with the electrics my turbo broke  :( . So here is pic of the turbo



So on monday i will get my new turbo from the post office. And here is a pic of the turbo.



also i bought front clear indicators



At some point this week will buy 305L fuel pump. And will upgrade the front brakes with 259mm discs from r19 16v.

So this is for now will keep you posted  :D



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Re: Renault 5 GT From 1.4T To B18FT
« Reply #47 on: 21:40, Mon 18 April 2011 »
Today my new toy arrived it's TD04L, and now i'm waiting for the front clear indicators, and at some point this week will buy the fuel pump :)














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Re: Renault 5 GT From 1.4T To B18FT
« Reply #48 on: 17:02, Tue 19 April 2011 »
The clear indicators today arrived  :D







This is for now :)



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Re: Renault 5 GT 4 x 4
« Reply #49 on: 04:49, Tue 10 May 2011 »
Hi,

I'm new to this forum, but I came across the post and the highly interesting idea of adding a rear wheel drive to the existing fwd. I just found a modified transmission from a Renault Scenic RX4 attached to a R19 engine with 139bhp on d'bay in Germany, article no. 220781637443. I wonder if that transmission fits with the R5 or Volvo engine.
The seller says the clutch housing has been machined to make it fit with the R19.
In another auction the seller offers the rear axle and prop shaft, too.
The whole package is really tempting, but a 4wd job would definitely be too difficult for me.

Cheers,

Andy