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    Any more updates?
    Rust is lighter than carbon fibre.

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    Fuel Tank Is in
    IP have changed a few rules including pedals, so I sold the top mount pedal box and ordered a Tilton floor mount. This will help with many things including reservoir positioning and not having to make mods to accommodate the adjusting cable
    V8 Supercar rocker covers have been restored and looking mint
    Suspension arms and crossmember are out for powder coating.
    Have been doing many behind the scene things as well.
    Over the next few months there should be a lot of progress, I will be employing someone to do the time consuming fiddly things to help move it along.


















    Valve spring oil squirters built in
    Last edited by Barney; 22-02-18 at 10:20 AM.

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    What diameter are the adjustable rear spring perches and where did you get them?

    Very nice BTW. Almost too nice to race!

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    Thanks mate
    They are for a 65mm spring.
    I know the ID of the threaded tube is 50mm
    Bought from Wilkinson Suspension

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    Thanks. I thought they looked larger than that in the photo.

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    Are your fuel hard pipes all flared ends or are they the olive on pipe set up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayno1600 View Post
    Are your fuel hard pipes all flared ends or are they the olive on pipe set up?

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    Using olives.. not sure how good it will be

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    Olives hold 10,000 kPa or 1500 PSI when done up well. They look like they are pretty good quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Broadhurst View Post
    Olives hold 10,000 kPa or 1500 PSI when done up well. They look like they are pretty good quality.
    Ok thanks for info Jason. I was planning on new hard line from the tank as the difference in price compared to braided line is heaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayno1600 View Post
    Ok thanks for info Jason. I was planning on new hard line from the tank as the difference in price compared to braided line is heaps.

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    Thatís why I went hard

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    Updates farken.
    Rust is lighter than carbon fibre.

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