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robert
14-04-05, 01:28 PM
550hp and weighs not a lot. :D :D

Mclaren
14-04-05, 02:29 PM
Nice!

Would be more than happy to run that in for you! :D

Regards,

Andrew

stevee8
14-04-05, 05:13 PM
Bad news is the drive belt needs tightening and the ECU weighs 120kg. ;)

What is the big black "radome" on the front? :confused:

dave
14-04-05, 05:51 PM
Where's the balance pipe?????:p :p :p :D

robert
14-04-05, 06:20 PM
Where's the balance pipe?????:p :p :p :D

At the back behind the headers. durrrr. :p :D

dave
14-04-05, 06:36 PM
I bet you don't have a picture of it!!!!!!
If that motor is for a T70 then it won't be having one.....I know about these things having built (Well almost, it's been down the road ....And you can't see by the time you get to second gear:-( .Need goggles.) a T70:finger: :p :D

Robin427
14-04-05, 11:21 PM
Nice - is that a dry sump kit I see?

robert
15-04-05, 08:07 AM
Nice - is that a dry sump kit I see?

Of course. :D

Robin427
15-04-05, 04:55 PM
Hmmm... now where's that discussion we had that persuaded me not to get one...?

robert
15-04-05, 06:50 PM
Hmmm... now where's that discussion we had that persuaded me not to get one...?

Robin

This one has been done and spec'ed correctly. If they aren't right, then it can turn an expensive engine into an expensive pile of junk.

Robin427
15-04-05, 10:30 PM
What gives you the right to doubt my engineering ability?

Don't answer that...

robert
16-04-05, 09:16 AM
What gives you the right to doubt my engineering ability?

Don't answer that...

I wasn't doubting your engineering ability, purely the fact that the dry sump kit you were going to buy was from Ebay, not the sort of place I would buy something that is critical to the reliability of my engine. If dry sump kits are incorrectly speced and installed, the end result is not pretty.

COBRA KEV01
16-04-05, 01:44 PM
I wasn't doubting your engineering ability, purely the fact that the dry sump kit you were going to buy was from Ebay, not the sort of place I would buy something that is critical to the reliability of my engine. If dry sump kits are incorrectly speced and installed, the end result is not pretty.





There you go again Robert,always upsetting someone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Robin427
16-04-05, 04:40 PM
I didn't say you were wrong to doubt my engineering ability...

... just wait until I've got the Cob on the road - then you can doubt my driving ability too!!! :o