In the process
of saving weight, the heater has been removed.
This should save around 3kg. I have not even switched
it on all year, and to be honest, it doesn't do
a lot with the Brooklands on anyway, so it is
With some 1mm Aluminium sheet that I bought cheap,
Brent very kindly cut out a 360mm x 332mm rectangle
for me. I then measured off a 207mm line and bent
the sheet to form an 'L' shape. This was done
using a 12" steel rule as a nice sharp edge
and a peice of scrap wood which I could hit with
a rubber mallet.
The heaters riv-nuts will be used to hold it down
and I will run a small silicone bead around it
to seal off the engine bay.
a De-Dion upper wishbone in place of the extra
link and old link, to allow fitment of different
anti-roll bars and also to adjust/set-up the camber.
Read about in here
Closer ratio gears for my Type 9 gearbox curtesy
of BGH. Read about it here
A partly home made system for fuel injecting
the Zetec - here
Uprated Con Rod bolts to make higher reving
safer - well, I do use all of the revs more than
the average driver. Here
Some nice new harnesses, in red to match the
All my starting woes were solved when I fitted
a nice geared starter motor with loads of power.
Some diff oil resistant bushes for the rear
A-frame to axle mounting.
A unsuccessful project to make some spherically
jointed radius arms.
I got bored of waiting for Yoko 032's to wear
out so I decided it was time for some fresh, sticky
rubber. A great decision.