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Restarting my 309 rally build thread

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Re: Restarting my 309 rally build thread

Postby Rich_p » Thu Jan 15, 2015 11:07 am

Great to see you sticking with it. I need a mojo boost to get mine usable this year too!

Like mine is there a pile of parts waiting to be fitted? Any interesting items?
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Re: Restarting my 309 rally build thread

Postby 309jazzpanda » Thu Jan 15, 2015 9:46 pm

Nothing interesting yet, sold the seats and some other bits a few years a go. I've got a bbm rear mount to fit and the bilsteins are on, oh and a 1.9 in the garden which I'm thinking of having 1.6 piston,s 285 cam, a bit of head work, 4 branch and megasquirt so I can remove the air flow meter but that's a long way away, just purchased a rebuilt standard xu9 off work so I can get it useable for the year while I save funds, diff is high priority and 4.4 cwp.

Does anyone know of the berlingo rear anti roll bar fits the 309 or is it the same length as the 306?
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Re: Restarting my 309 rally build thread

Postby Rich_p » Fri Jan 16, 2015 10:26 am

viewtopic.php?t=6483&p=51636 :D

What diameter is the arb?
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Re: Restarting my 309 rally build thread

Postby allanallen » Fri Jan 16, 2015 2:14 pm

As far as I know the berlingo bar won't fit.

Good call on the 4.4fd, it'll transform the car :)
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Re: Restarting my 309 rally build thread

Postby 309jazzpanda » Sat Jan 17, 2015 1:08 am

Yes that's right it's the torsion bars, which I have but I was given the arb as well if it is 306 length it can be modified if need be bit for now priority is get it useable, problem Is I keep making these wish lists. More pics tomorrow night and I will hopefully have started the 1/4 panel repair.

Yes Allan I remember when Mark first got his for the 1.6 what a difference it made, plus at about £150 a bargain as well
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Re: Restarting my 309 rally build thread

Postby Rich_p » Sun Jan 18, 2015 3:13 pm

I had a ph1 box in my ph2 when I got it. Swapped it for a 1.6 be3 and it didn't seem to pick up as quick. I'm thinking I may have skipped something I should have kept as it may have had a different fd in it!
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Re: Restarting my 309 rally build thread

Postby 309jazzpanda » Sun Oct 16, 2016 7:59 pm

It has been a while hasn't it. Good news the old smoker is pretty much all done, just set the camber on the front wheels and the track will be done Monday night. I could do with getting a timing light on it as I haven't done it yet. Recently purchased Motronic 3.1 for a future engine but so far the rebuilt 1.9 runs great, gearbox is in the process of having its 4.4 FD and it has a full MOT ticket!.

Picture time. More will follow but right now photobucket is driving me wild

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