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    Thread: Some questions about tuning
Post: RE: Some questions about tuning

Hi thanks alot for that. No smoke at all. Like I said it's only fuelling enough with the 90 Degrees turn, to make 16 psi peak (flat out in 3rd / 5th) with the MBC set so that it's not opening, i.e. I ...
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 3 1,285 05-03-2019, 12:00 AM
    Thread: Some questions about tuning
Post: Some questions about tuning

Hi folks, I know there have been alot of tuning threads, but I have read them all (that I can find) and still have some questions. Have a ph2 Dturbo on a lucas pump and top mount intercooler. I recen...
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 3 1,285 02-03-2019, 09:12 AM
    Thread: Lucas pump cap
Post: RE: Lucas pump cap

Thanks alot Martin!  I can find this one on ebay, only thing being it is green for some reason?! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/323620916397?...Track=true Take it this should be it? Cheers Craig
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 7 1,686 30-01-2019, 07:33 AM
    Thread: Newbie
Post: RE: Newbie

Yeah, don't worry about dings scratches etc. They are all like that (well most anyway), mine included. You just take photos from angles that don't show it up. Also, the car will look ten times better ...
carlukepeugeot Newbies 8 2,082 29-01-2019, 06:57 PM
    Thread: Lucas pump cap
Post: Lucas pump cap

Hi all, Just curious - is it possible to buy replacement caps - the one that you remove to adjust the max fuel - for the lucas diesel pumps? I have taken mine off and got it back on and sealing, but ...
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 7 1,686 29-01-2019, 11:08 AM
    Thread: MBC question
Post: RE: MBC question

Brilliant Martin, thanks for all the help!
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 4 964 21-01-2019, 08:09 AM
    Thread: MBC question
Post: RE: MBC question

So turned the pump up today. Found initially that my car was fuel limited - it would get up to 14psi nice and quickly with the MBC installed, but didn't matter if I kept screwing it in further, still ...
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 4 964 20-01-2019, 10:51 PM
    Thread: MBC question
Post: MBC question

Hi peeps. I've fitted a Mumby boost controller to the XUD Dturbo. Plan to adjust the pump soon, but currently still running at 14 psi boost. I noticed that the spool time is much better, the car feels...
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 4 964 19-01-2019, 12:32 AM
    Thread: bang
Post: RE: bang

One thing to bear in mind and I think the communication you had wasn't the clearest on this, that white plastic shroud around the adjuster is there to ease fitting, it's supposed to be removed once th...
carlukepeugeot Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 11 1,840 02-01-2019, 12:57 AM
    Thread: New HDi owner!
Post: RE: New HDi owner!

Great to see you're doing this. Great way to keep the memories alive. Only thing I would say to you is don't do too much i.e. things that may not need doing. Generally things like balljoints, track ro...
carlukepeugeot Newbies 6 1,093 12-08-2018, 05:01 PM
    Thread: Can't engage 1st or 2nd gear (gearstick won't move left)
Post: RE: Can't engage 1st or 2nd gear (gearstick won't ...

Great find! well done that man. Maybe the car had a rad done or someone was topping up and sat the cap on the top of the engine, whereby it found its way back there, just biding it's time before causi...
carlukepeugeot Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 4 1,298 29-05-2018, 10:46 PM
  Photo Thread: how can I?
Post: RE: how can I?

(13-05-2018, 10:11 AM)paulw Wrote: strip out key pad and imobilizer?  can't clear fault, engine turns but imobilzer just flashes. I want to strip out both so I just turn key to start up Hi. If only...
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 1 766 13-05-2018, 07:54 PM
    Thread: Fitting MBC to T2
Post: Fitting MBC to T2

HI folks, Just wanted to check some things. Want to fit a manual boost controller (mumby engineering ball and spring type) to the Dturbo. It has a T2 turbo. Am I right in saying that I can just cut t...
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 1 586 28-04-2018, 07:56 PM
  Shocked Thread: Exhaust places ...
Post: Exhaust places ...

Went in to get my new full exhaust fitted today. About 30 mins later guy calls me out to see 'a problem'. Can't get the downpipe nuts off he says. They're just spinning. Yeah, that's because they have...
carlukepeugeot The Couch 2 901 26-04-2018, 10:18 PM
    Thread: Hi, red Rallye from Scotland
Post: RE: Hi, red Rallye from Scotland

Ha ha another Craig. Too funny. Nice road from Carnwath over to Biggar. Drive it often in my classic mini. I'll look out for you!
carlukepeugeot Newbies 12 1,892 26-04-2018, 10:10 PM
    Thread: rear axle
Post: RE: rear axle

Hard to tell from that to be honest. At the end of the day if the car is driving OK and the suspension is still basically working at the back - oh and if it isn't rubbing on the arch liners - then the...
carlukepeugeot Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 4 1,642 25-04-2018, 08:38 PM
    Thread: Hi, red Rallye from Scotland
Post: RE: Hi, red Rallye from Scotland

Yaay. That's cool that you are nearby. Don't see many of these cars around now! Where are you then ? towards Lanark or Newmains? We'll need to have a (very)mini meet lol. I use a garage which I have ...
carlukepeugeot Newbies 12 1,892 25-04-2018, 08:11 PM
    Thread: Rear brake compensator leaking
Post: RE: Rear brake compensator leaking

Just meant that I was cleaning it up and topping up the brake fluid. I experienced a little bit of air ingress but nothing too noticeable.
carlukepeugeot Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 4 1,651 23-04-2018, 09:15 PM
    Thread: exhaust help
Post: exhaust help

Hey folks, Came home tonight and took a look to see what was vibrating at the back of the car. Back box rear hangar has rotted (well the back box has actually) and is about to fall off. The exhaust ...
carlukepeugeot XUD Section 1 616 23-04-2018, 06:46 PM
    Thread: Rear brake compensator leaking
Post: RE: Rear brake compensator leaking

It works a bit differently to what it would appear looking at it I think. As far as I remember, what actually happens is that when you put your foot on the brake, the hydraulic 'pressure' drives the p...
carlukepeugeot Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 4 1,651 23-04-2018, 06:05 PM
    Thread: 3mm spacer need longer bolts ?
Post: 3mm spacer need longer bolts ?

Hi folks Was thinking of putting 3mm spacers on the back to just give  a smidge more clearance between the back of the tyre and the wheelarch liner. Axle is still pretty good, not much camber but I j...
carlukepeugeot Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 0 536 22-04-2018, 01:10 PM
    Thread: brake shoes - different lining thicknesses?
Post: brake shoes - different lining thicknesses?

Hi all, Have a new set of rear brake shoes for the 306 (no abs) and noticed that the thickness of the linings is different between the shoe with the handbrake lever on it (rearmost one) and the 'lead...
carlukepeugeot The Couch 1 677 22-04-2018, 09:31 AM
    Thread: Tyre places can't balance cyclones !?
Post: RE: Tyre places can't balance cyclones !?

Got it done in the end. Local Mconechy's in East Kilbride had the adapter. Bonus points for the guy being totally sound and a huge 306 fan. He had a ph2 306 D turbo like mine previously and was deligh...
carlukepeugeot The Couch 16 1,712 21-04-2018, 10:19 PM
    Thread: Hi, red Rallye from Scotland
Post: RE: Hi, red Rallye from Scotland

where in scotland are you? I am also in Scotland. I don't think it is neccessary to have a dealer perform the cam belt change, I used my trusted local small garage to do this work (on my dturbo). I ha...
carlukepeugeot Newbies 12 1,892 19-04-2018, 11:12 PM
    Thread: Tyre places can't balance cyclones !?
Post: RE: Tyre places can't balance cyclones !?

So ATS up here can't do it either . I have found a place local to me that can thankfully and I have booked the fitting with them. I explained to the guy what wheels it was (on the phone) and he didn't...
carlukepeugeot The Couch 16 1,712 14-04-2018, 08:24 PM