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The Racetractor. The End.
#91
5dr
think its 'cossack' grey!?
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#92
decided it was time to switch back to standard wheels and wack the C5s on...
before:

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after:

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could someone wack some of these on for me??;

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and lower it by 30/40mm at same time be ace!!

FYI:
the picasso alloys with tyres weighed in at 20kg EACH!
The new C5 rims with tyres are 7kg each less! amazing


Got a little problem though...
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anyone else had this leak?? Hoping it will hold out till the new engine is done...thoughts??
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#93
id say veg has eaten one of the seals away. might start getting air in the pump soon
Current stable
'09 Mercedes E320cdi wagon 
'99 306 gti6
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#94
think I already am!!! bugger

just got a pump seal kit...but its for the new 11mm...looks like may have to break it out to keep this one going
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#95
what a pita.

get some pics up of your new 306, wanna see Smile
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'09 Mercedes E320cdi wagon 
'99 306 gti6
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#96
getting it tomorrow... Smile
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#97
Great work!
I look forward to the progress. . .
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#98
got it...the donor car. very happy as its just a leaky rad

no pics coz spent evening, all eve, just got in, trying to fix that pump leak...

basically I am now running a 11mm pump as the 9mm broke. I lost a very important washer in gravel and a small piece broke...

any ideas where to get tiny components of a bosch pump?!
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#99
Speak to Dan! he can get most pump parts Smile
Doesnt even own a 306.
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Any picture of what you want?
There is much difference in running with one plunger 9 10mm?
In that engine, in 1.9 or 2.1?
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(05-03-2013, 11:28 PM)Tom Wrote: Speak to Dan! he can get most pump parts Smile

thanks....
which dan?!
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'Dan!'
Click to see how smokey is doing Tongue ----> Project Smokey
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now running 11mm pump! lol

9mm pump fail! Will be rebuilding the 9mm into a 11mm for the 2.1 now....anyone got a tranny pump/head??

But to make me a bit less depressed royal fail delivered this today:

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WOOOHOOOO!

Guesses to what it is??? (apart from a turbo!)
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Garrett GT something?
Doesnt even own a 306.
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aye...keep going
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GT20?
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hey hey...so warm...

its a GT2056s hubbahubba

Inlove
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Why are you not bolting it on already?
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It makes my mouth water. . . Waiting to see the results. . .
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(06-03-2013, 09:46 PM)Jonny81191 Wrote: Why are you not bolting it on already?

Its not a direct bolt on for the 1.9 I believe and its for the 2.1 anyway...so will need modding/mani changing
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were did you get the turbo from? how much it set you back? keep looking on ebay for that model but carnt find any or im looking at wrong things lol



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haha! check out this site....

http://www.dieselevante.it/

helps find what cars/trucks turbos are on...I had to enquire a lot to get sellers to send me or tell me what was on the ID plate.

Some want over £250....yeah...I didnt pay that!

FYI...in three months of searching, I have only once got a result on searching for a 'GT2056S'
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Seach for CHRA number 714652, quite often helps as in standard application they come as 714652-5005 or 5006.

A lot of scrappies sell it by the OEM part numbers or engine codes too.

What's yours from? It has a different hotside to mine, mine was a triangular flange, yours seems to be the standard GT 4-bolt one.
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Yeah its looks like be nice to fit to be honest...although I need to get me a XM 2.1 manifold as the 406 one is ruddy awkward...the XM one is a 4bolt flange facing down and the 406 one is a triangular one pointing up!!!

Its from a Iveco Daily 2.8 2003 model.

I had best luck searching for the van itself, inc breaking and going from there.....want to know how much I paid?!
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Not really as i've spent over £600 on three of these lmao

I didn't find any Iveco ones for ages, had more luck with the Vaux/Renault range. Bonus was that all I needed was to drill and tap three holes in the mani to mount the blower.
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...........wait for it...........











£120inc postage, low millage, with 1month warranty...not that it will be fitted to make that worthwhile, but obviously they are sure of their parts
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That's a stonking price, suppose it helps that the Iveco's are a bit older. My first two were around the £150 mark in Vivaro fitment, warranties unfortunately don't mean shit when you do what we do with them lmao
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(07-03-2013, 02:49 PM)cwspellowe Wrote: That's a stonking price, suppose it helps that the Iveco's are a bit older. My first two were around the £150 mark in Vivaro fitment, warranties unfortunately don't mean shit when you do what we do with them lmao

defo to that....but it adds some trust I guess.

needs a clean up but looks sweet and almost no shaft movement, like close to none

turbo story....

bought a td04 for £35...sold it for £75....bought a GT1752s for £50...sold it for £105...bought a GT2056S for £120...happy days lmao
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turbo story -

was going to sell a T2 to Dumdum on the cheap, broke it
bought a GT2056S for £150, broke it
bought a GT2056S for £140, broke it
bought a refurbished GT2056S and got charged extra when I explained the broken ones could not be re-housed and re-used for £320, scared to take it over 22psi lmao
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