Dutton Kit Cars and their owners
So the cars only been on the road for a few years now and i'm not particularly happy with the paint/body. When we originally started the re-build, the body was in a very bad state, absolutely covered…Continue
As we know there can be many many electrical connections to the dashboard that makes removal and replacement a pain.Putting it all on a plug and socket would help but it tends to be difficult to find…Continue
It seems completely unnecessary and the mounting points stop the front from tipping up properlyI'm also interested in castor adjustmentSo, has anyone done the removal of the Escort Mk 2 thing?I can…Continue
Steve and Matt Pegrum has not received any gifts yet
Since getting the car on the road, a couple of years ago now, we've noticed some lack of steering feel. We measured the caster angle earlier in the year and noticed each side were not even the same and i cant remember what the actual measurement figure was but it could definitely be improved. Last weekends little project was to make some spare wishbones we had adjustable.…Continue
On a standard EEC-V Ford ECU as well!
Turns out you just need to make sure that you get the ignition key from the donor car, as well as the key sensor ring from the inside of the donor steering column shroud.
Guess what, the OBD diagnostic reader even works too! I've connected it to a cheapo bluetooth OBD reader and now I can get all kinds of fancy info from my Android OBD app including RPM, Temperature, throttle angle and even car performance (although I've not tried that…Continue
Ive been doing loads of work on my S3 Phaeton project over the last few months and am now starting to think about bodywork.
I love the front with the ground scraping spoiler, but I'm less enamoured of the rear, even thouhg I've now got a bumper for it.
Any suggestions or good pictures for rear end styling?