7-Port Classic Mini 1380cc with Twin 45 Webbers
7-Port Classic Mini 1380cc with Twin Webbers
1380cc A+ with Omega pistons - 7cc dish
EN40B steel crank, cross drilled nitroided ectect
Steel rods - shot peened and stress relived
Block stress relived and drilled out 5/16 gearbox bolts 11 head studs drilled
Centre main strap
All new acl bearings though out
Arp bolt though out
New MED flywheel, back plate, race clutch, dynamic crank pulley
Belt drive kit
296 billet cam
Alloy 7 port with 37.5mm inlets and 31mm Exhaust rimflow valves,double valve springs
MED roller rockers
Twin Webber 45s
Maniflow stage 3.5 Exhaust manifold
Aldon Red dizzy
Hi-torque starter motor
SCCR gearbox with 1.1 SC drop gears with semi-straight cut LSD
Engine built by Slark Race Engineering
From J19 Mini Club, nr Bristol UK
Polycarbonate Windows by ACW Motorsport Plastics
Nick Wood Suzuki GSXR Powered Mini For Sale
CALL NICK @ +1 250 319 2082.
2002 GSXR 1000 MOTOR , WITH POWER COMMANDER 150 BHP @ REAR WHEELS ALL ALUMINUM DOUBLE WISHBONE SUSPENSION . CARBON FIBRE ROOF AND WHEEL ARCHES. FIBRE GLASS DOORS , 1 PIECE FRONT END AND BOOT LID. 7X13 SUPERLITE WHEELS , WITH NEW TIRES AND A SET OF HOOSIER SLICKS
This is my 1960 Morris Mini. I just completed a 1.5 year restoration on the car and I thought I would share my overview. If you have any questions or video requests I can try and fill them for you. Picture requests are also something I can do.
Old Classic Mini Gearbox Rebuild - Part 1
Gearboxes may seem complicated but they are very simple in their construction, and surprisingly easy to put together. The main issues are having the right tools to do the job. So here's a list of what you will need.
* Torque Wrench with a maximum range in excess of 150lbft
* 1 1/2″ deep socket ( a ball joint socket is ideal )
* Small ratchet and a long extension is useful
* Other sockets 1 1/8, 9/16, 1/2, 7/16, 3/8
* Small cold chisel
* Steel punch (1/8″ diameter)
* Larger steel drift
* Mallet (soft and hard headed)
* Small screw driver
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Austin Mini With B18 Vtec Swap, Burnout
This is an 1980 Austin Mini. Right Hand Rrive. With an Engine out of an Acura Integra GSR. B18 Vtec. Honda 5 Speed Transmission, Custom Brakes, Subframe, Fiberglass Flip Front end, Skunk2 Intake Manifold, Corbeu Racing Seats, AutoMeter Gauges.... Might start thinking of selling it... Not sure... Built it myself and have had it for years.... Enjoy
Project Clubman Twincam (8v)
Specialist Components 8v BMW K Series Motorbike Cylinder Head Conversion.
All work done by Paul of Hickey Race Engineering. This is a short video of it firing up. It still has yet to be rolling roaded and properly setup, so it sounds a bit rough.
Mini Cooper vs Porsche Carrera S 997
When production of the classic Mini ceased in 2000, BMW (the new owner of the brand) announced the successor to the Mini—which is variously called the "BMW MINI" or the "New MINI". The brand name for the new car is MINI (written in capital letters)
In 2004 the 911 was heavily revised and the 996's replacement, the 997, was unveiled in July. The 997 keeps the basic profile of the 996, bringing the drag coefficient down to 0.28, but draws on the 993 for detailing. In addition, the new front fascia is reminiscent of the older generation, with the traditional "bug eye" headlamps. Its interior is also similarly revised, with strong links to the earlier 911 interiors while at the same time looking fresh and modern. The 997 shares less than a third of its parts with the outgoing 996, but is still technically very similar to it. Initially, two versions of the 997 were introduced— the rear wheel drive Carrera and Carrera S. While the base 997 Carrera produced 325 PS (239 kW) from its 3.6 L Flat 6, a more powerful 3.8 L 355 PS (261 kW) Flat 6 powers the Carrera S. Besides a more powerful engine, the Carrera S also comes standard with 19 inch (48 cm) "Lobster Fork" style wheels, more powerful and larger brakes (with red calipers), a more sporty suspension, complete with PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) which allows for electronic adjustability of suspension settings, Xenon Headlamps, and Sport Steering wheel.