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ben 5

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old 5 and new one
« on: 14:15, Thu 20 September 2007 »
firstly my old one
ENGINE
various samcos
grp a carb
removed choke flap
enlarged carb top
race plugs and leads
air filter
braided oil feed
turbo oil feed pre filter
ktr350 turbo
ktr turbo elbow
ktr side exit
ktr turbo pipe
ktr camshaft
ktr valve springs
ktr head gasket
ktr 12.9 headbolts
ktr lightened flywheel
incar adjustable boost
12psi to 25psi
31 actuator
uprated fuel pump
proalloy front cooler
2x kenlowe fans
mocal oil cooler
braided oil cooler lines
copper core rad
low temp fan switch
low temp thermostat
hi output alternator
new water pump
chrome carb top
chrome rocker cover
chome degassing chamber
chome oil breather
chrome turbo heatsheid
chrome brake resevior
chrome oil cap
chrome rocker cover







one careful lady owner
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« Reply #1 on: 14:20, Thu 20 September 2007 »
and now my new one
currently being built as a road legal drag car

various samcos in red yellowand blue
ktr 350 t28
grp a carb with mods
ph1 fuel pump
race plugs
high flow turbo elbow
large bore down pipe
ktec sidey
cup mod
cup breather setup
ths type 004 intercooler
currently at 30psi manifold

soon to have a piper 300 cam and other trick mods









will get some photos of the engine soon
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« Reply #2 on: 14:45, Thu 20 September 2007 »
Not sure the kit works for me but the engine sounds tasty mate  :wink:

Maybe see you at pod some time soon, next date i'm hoping to get to is 13th Oct (sat night special) are you going to the RTOC vs Club Polo day at Shakespeare ??

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« Reply #3 on: 15:05, Thu 20 September 2007 »
the kit was only sprayed black coz it was about 20 million shades of silver
the car has been resprayed (crap job)by the previous owner and the kit was knackered so most of it was changed and we couldnt match up the silver
so i sprayed it matt black im not bothered to much on how it looks more so on function

inside is stipped to the bone just a dash and 2 seats
its manic to drive

ill have to get some upto date photos

not currently taxed as im waiting for a few bits might be a few months b4 i run up santa pod
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« Reply #4 on: 15:56, Thu 20 September 2007 »
Looks nice man, maybe if the skirt was matt black too it would look even nicer :P

bet it is a beast to drive!  :)

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« Reply #5 on: 17:34, Thu 20 September 2007 »
loving the stripped interior all you need is a roll cage :P
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« Reply #6 on: 17:35, Thu 20 September 2007 »
the side skirts are matt black
the whole gtt kit is
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« Reply #7 on: 17:36, Thu 20 September 2007 »
rollgage ads wheight but maybe at some point
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« Reply #8 on: 19:02, Thu 20 September 2007 »
Lowed your last car, love even more your new one.

Unique combination of colors. Nice 8)  8)  8)

Engine spec :shock:  :shock:  :shock:



Take it easy......

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« Reply #9 on: 19:30, Thu 20 September 2007 »
where you pick the kit up from looks pretty new.

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« Reply #10 on: 19:49, Thu 20 September 2007 »
rollcages do add weight but it also stiffens body up and if you crash it can save your life.
it also looks  8)
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« Reply #11 on: 07:19, Fri 21 September 2007 »
is that tsw venoms on the white one........nice!

the kit on the silver one might look better gloss black and decked i recon

nice tho
IF IN DOUBT FLAT OUT!

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« Reply #12 on: 18:43, Sun 23 September 2007 »
never really been interested in styling
personally the speed it does a rollcage wont save my life :lol:  :lol:
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« Reply #13 on: 18:55, Sun 23 September 2007 »
Wanna bet!!

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« Reply #14 on: 23:07, Thu 27 September 2007 »
I am loving the silver with the black bodykit.

The spec of the cream white one looks very similair to my own.
How did the K-Tec grill (pro-Alloy) intercooler work out for you??
Any cooling probs??