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Rliaklev

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Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« on: 18:04, Thu 16 September 2010 »
Hi!

I have a 1985 Renault 5 GTT which I bought as a project for a year ago. In the winter half the project stood still until the spring came and the temperature got higher. As you see on the pictures itís a lot of rust in front of the car. So it will take time before I can drive it, but I have time  :D

Robert







New parts like disk brakes, driveshafts and suspension dampers.




















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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #1 on: 19:48, Thu 16 September 2010 »
Looks like a nice project.

Like the storage solution!  :lol:

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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #2 on: 19:49, Thu 16 September 2010 »
How the hell did you get the car up there?!?!

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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #3 on: 19:56, Thu 16 September 2010 »
I'm guessing forklift, the car is resting on two pallets.

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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #4 on: 20:10, Thu 16 September 2010 »
I could just imagine getting a house and cutting out the roof in a room to store 3 or 4 cars ontop of each other  :lol:  Would be perfect

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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #5 on: 20:13, Thu 16 September 2010 »
Rliaklev, looks like a minter in the making. I love seeing a pile of new parts ready to go on.
Good luck to ya

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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #6 on: 17:21, Sat 18 September 2010 »
Quote from: "sparkysparks"
How the hell did you get the car up there?!?!
We used a forklift as Ash-Lee said.

Quote from: "sparkysparks"
Rliaklev, looks like a minter in the making. I love seeing a pile of new parts ready to go on.
Good luck to ya
Thanks, New parts is a dream to work with. I also got a new parcel from CGB Motorsport earlier this week. :D
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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #7 on: 20:37, Sat 18 September 2010 »
My parcel from CGB Motorsport.

-A lot of Samco hoses
-Mocal oil cooler
-Complete set of polysport bushes
-Alloy radiator
-K&N airfilter induction kit
-Upgraded head gasket set
-Clear front and side indicators
-CGB dumpvalve
and other parts like, alternator belt, foam polster ++





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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #8 on: 02:33, Sun 19 September 2010 »
lovely, car will run sweet as with all the new stuff

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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #9 on: 18:59, Tue 28 September 2010 »
Nice project! I really like the big package of parts from CGB, must have cost you a fortune!! But new parts are very much worth all the money they cost :wink:
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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #10 on: 02:10, Thu 07 October 2010 »
hi,cant wait to see what you do with this mate,whats your plans for her? cgb is a very handy place thats for sure ,keep us posted with loads of photos please 8)  8)  8)  8)  8)

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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #11 on: 10:34, Thu 14 October 2010 »
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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #12 on: 14:16, Thu 14 October 2010 »
Looks like your getting stuck in there keep up the good work and put pics up, what a good idea with the axle stands/dollie wheels  8)

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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
« Reply #13 on: 17:35, Fri 15 October 2010 »
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hi,cant wait to see what you do with this mate,whats your plans for her? cgb is a very handy place thats for sure ,keep us posted with loads of photos please 8)  8)  8)  8)  8)

I plan to keep it as original as possible, with some personal details. The engine is stock now and I think I will keep it that way. Maybe 150hp, T2/T25 or T25/T25 turbo and a fast road camshaft. New intercooler and stainless steel exhaust manifold would also be nice :D
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Re: Norwegian Ph1 R5 GTT project
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