JMR is go!

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  1. Tristan

    Tristan Paid Member Paid Member

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    rebuilt my (Ford....ssshhhh) rally car , with a diffrent engine , moved into my new house , took over running part of the company....all go!
     
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    Well Done hope everything goes well . :clap:
     
  3. mr hillclimber Club GTI Supporter and Sponsor

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    Thanks a lot brookster. .Good to see yours running well now
     
  4. mr hillclimber Club GTI Supporter and Sponsor

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    Blimmey I thought 'I' was busy!

    Defecting to the blue oval?
     
  5. Tristan

    Tristan Paid Member Paid Member

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    only for rallying , I threw out the Endura 1300 and fitted a 1400 Puma, p+p'd the head , make an inlet mani with GSXR T/Bs from scraps around the shed , and won my class 1st time out! I'm going pulling out my own 1.8 Mk1 soon tho , I miss it... I'm going for a 92.8mm Crank and considering sending you a head to play with , which would you think is a better base , the Mk3 GTi 2.0 8v head or the 1.8 GTI hydro one?
     
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    Sounds good..the 1400 ford/yamaha has good potential.

    Depends what you want...the mk3 head has a unique inlet port shape so makes fitting carbs or throttle bodies difficult. .I know a man who has one for sale that's a good one..I've had it on the flowbench, comes with a matched inlet manifold and a ported exhaust manifold I did...or yes indeed I can start from scratch with a mk2 casting.
     
  7. Tristan

    Tristan Paid Member Paid Member

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    Oh , you devil you , tempting me like that.....
     
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    The inlet manifold you're selling for the 16 valve head, does 48mm weber's fit?
     
  10. mr hillclimber Club GTI Supporter and Sponsor

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    I dont see a problem, though I could have one done with 48mm flanges, or mill the 45mm one out to suit. I can check with my 48's.

    45's work well all round, unless you already have some 48's.
     
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    Just want to say thanks to Jason for my sump kit, pleasure to deal with and prompt delivery. :thumbup:
     
  12. R.b!n_16v Forum Member

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    I dont have a pair jet. Im looking for around 200-220bhp. Wont 48 be much better then 45mm.
    If its fits i will order one, do you send to holland to.
     
  13. mr hillclimber Club GTI Supporter and Sponsor

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    45's will be fine for that if the rest of the engine is up to the task.

    I can indeed.
     
  14. mr hillclimber Club GTI Supporter and Sponsor

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    Ah Hi Gary... was just doing my rounds... about to txt you.

    Thanks alot... at least non of yr work mates fitted it to theirs over the weekend! :lol:

    Anytime...:thumbup:
     
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    great:thumbup:
     
  16. sambo Paid Member Paid Member

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    Congrats Jason, are you planing on p/p 20vt heads?

    If so i can supply one for demo purposes ;)

    I need a big port one doing soon :)
     
  17. mr hillclimber Club GTI Supporter and Sponsor

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    Hello bud...long time no speak! :)

    Oddly enough, I have a head here awaiting surgery!

    I need to clear the current customer jobs which according to plan should be around 6-8 weeks. I can get back to some flowbench development then. .20v, crossflow (std & big valve) & big valve 16v are all on the hit list.

    You still on a std head Sam?
     
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    I am at this moment but thats a long story. Basically recently i had an issue with my "built" engine which had p/p agu head, very good job indeed.
    However had a droped inconnel exhaust valve which has ruined the head[xx(]

    I can supply you with this head for reference if any use?
    As well as another standard AEB big port head i want doing or an exchange if you have one?

    Best regards Sam:)
     
  19. mr hillclimber Club GTI Supporter and Sponsor

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    Nasty. .Just seen the other thread!

    Get a piston to me along with the head you want porting Sam..I maybe able to have just one done and a new ring pack.

    You can send the other if you like..we can see how good it wad on the flow bench.
     
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    MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JMR CUSTOMERS OLD & NEW..

    A big thank you for keeping me busy during 2011...2012 is stacking up well too.

    Regards

    Jason
     

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