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206 Gti 180 Track car project
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Addaz
PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2016 3:21 pm Up
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nice progress mate, make sure to get some pics up of the cage, be good to see where the mounting points are
 
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Domparrott
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pAvax wrote:
Get plastic windows with the slides you can open. Also takes weight down, as glass is heavy. Poly carbs are about 70 quid I believe.

I was going to look into these over the winter, any names of company's ? Thanks

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Just finished photos of pre cage prep, removed the small amount of sound deadning from the rear footwells so I can get the floor painted once back.... and to save a couple kg's haha

 


 


 


 

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MattyP wrote:
nice progress mate, make sure to get some pics up of the cage, be good to see where the mounting points are

I will be sure to get some decent pics up, the mounting points are front floor roughly inline with edge of dash, back of rear footwells and third of way down boot floor. Will report back at end of week with plenty of snaps

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pAvax
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Domparrott wrote:
pAvax wrote:
Get plastic windows with the slides you can open. Also takes weight down, as glass is heavy. Poly carbs are about 70 quid I believe.

I was going to look into these over the winter, any names of company's ? Thanks
No sorry, only what Google tells me. They don't fit my car, so never really looked into them I am afraid. I only know of them and that at times they are required.

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Do you weigh all the black tar stuff next to the coke can?
Looks good so far.

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Edward
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Still got all the air con stuff fitted? That's 10kg.
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Edward wrote:
Still got all the air con stuff fitted? That's 10kg.
Sorry to hijack!
Removing the air con stuff... does that trigger any issues with computer/BSI systems?

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Edward
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Not on my non multiplexed car it didn't. All the wiring was also stripped back to the ECU to tidy it up.
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Edward wrote:
Not on my non multiplexed car it didn't. All the wiring was also stripped back to the ECU to tidy it up.
Awesome.

As it will get rid of a radiator too, so space for a pulling fan. Who needs an aircon in a convertible anyways? Wink

Will consider this as an opportunity too. Thank you Edward.

Edit: And thank you Pez! Seems like a nice next step to tidy stuff up and increase my mpg Wink

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Iv removed the air con and all gubins on my HDI and had no issues or warnings and that's a multi plexed pAvax.
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pAvax wrote:
Edward wrote:
Not on my non multiplexed car it didn't. All the wiring was also stripped back to the ECU to tidy it up.
Awesome.

As it will get rid of a radiator too, so space for a pulling fan. Who needs an aircon in a convertible anyways? Wink

Will consider this as an opportunity too. Thank you Edward.

Edit: And thank you Pez! Seems like a nice next step to tidy stuff up and increase my mpg Wink

Keep the standard fan. It won't leave room for a different fan.

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Domparrott
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Just been and collected the car, too dark to take pics of all of it so took a few snaps of the welding just to show you all, will take some better ones tomorrow.

 


 

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