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SubmittertsillayMore Photos from tsillay   Last Update2003/7/28 4:41    Tell a friendTell a friend
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CA16 + Quaife 4 speed. It'll end up with a 4 inch setback.

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tsillay
Posted: 2003/7/28 5:33  Updated: 2003/7/28 5:33
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 Re: Should Fit
It's a long term project to build another circuit car out of all the bits lying around..

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2003/7/28 5:43  Updated: 2003/7/28 5:43
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 Re: Should Fit
What is the car body it's being put into?

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stirlingmac
Posted: 2003/7/28 9:53  Updated: 2003/7/28 9:53
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 Re: Should Fit
It's a 1200 coupe of course...with a narrowed Vanette H165.

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Posted: 2003/7/28 17:24  Updated: 2003/7/28 17:24
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 Re: Should Fit
What's going on there with the strut towers? How much clearance will you have to the brake master?

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matbighat
Posted: 2003/7/28 18:50  Updated: 2003/7/28 18:50
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 Re: Should Fit
hey tsillay, is that a bolt up carb manifold or has it been modified for the ca16de intake?

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tsillay
Posted: 2003/7/28 22:02  Updated: 2003/7/28 22:02
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Hi y'all
The manifold's been fabricated up, starting with the standard one. You remove all the butterflys, block the injector holes and weld plates on the front to take the carbies...takes a bit of work with the tig and the die grinder, but works well.
The pedal box'll use the reverse mounted master cylanders, so it's all behind the firewall. May even floor mount the pedal.
I'm going to set the thing back about 4 inches. More setback would be nice, but big setback crossflow engines are a nightmare in 1200's, there's just nowhere to put the clutch pedal!
The strut tops are just carrera adjustable steel ones.