Standard with power steering
Standard without power steering
And FRP it has larger diameter shocks and a different mount position angle (Not sure if they were machine out of the standard)
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Have you seen the ford performance 2.3 crate engine, retrofit ignition data sheet, I’m sure the last time I looked they we’re doing 1.6 & 2.0 kits but it had some US legal statements attached about it being street legal. https://performanceparts.ford.com/download/instructionsheets/FORDINSTSHTM-6017-...
Spacer with the fulcrum point lifted, God did that to my xr3 back in the 1990s. Spacer was made out of some 10mm polycarbonate sheet out of a ceramic lab that I was working at. I do miss that car it had some real personality.
Reasonable to me, if your worried about be had over, ask them to put the old bits in the boot. 4 shocks,and springs, 2 anti roll bar drop links, 2 track rod ends, not sure about the reason to replace the anti roll bar but there's 1, bushes 2 at the back, 6 at the front, ( 2 anti roll bar, 2 on the b...
- Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:21 pm
- Forum: ProjectPuma
- Topic: Restoration of FRP 477
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Pushed mine out with a socket of the same diameter and very small hammer, how's the back moving along, just started simpler on 483, corrosion doesn't look as bad through. Petrol tank just finished, small amount of rust around the tank filler neck which I sand blasted of then it was subject to 5 coat...
IF the fuels gone mad, 100% O2 sensor, as above its the pre cat one, get a model specific one usually about £90, the generic ones are about £35 but create problems at MOT time and if you push the car hard you can kill them really quick.
- Sun Jan 24, 2016 10:17 am
- Forum: HELP ME!
- Topic: Brakes disappear when engine running and MBC
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Check your disk thickness, also your wheel bearing nuts, if lose they can increase brake travel. As for swooping master cylinder the FRP uses the same master cylinder as the standard puma and works fine with rear disks and larger disks and alcons on the front. If disks and wheel bearing are ok, I wo...
They usually fit but don't tend to last as long, the only thing I always tend to make sure of is that the spring clip on the drive shaft and the wheel bearing retaining nut are genuine ford. I have had these cause problems in the past due to being constructed of softer metal.