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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2006 4:36 pm 
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Location: Burpengary, Queensland - Home of Tricky Performance Engineering
Vehicle: 1977 Clubman LS (EL GATO)
Engine: Toyota Starlet 4EFTE
Modifications: Qik Brix Racing Subframe, 3" high-flow twin system exhaust, 3" high flow cat, RC440 injectors, TD04L Turbo, tuned length manifold, front mount intercooler, intercooler water spray, Greddy eManage ECU, Greddy Profec E-01 Boost controller, modified Zeemax kit, Bosch 910 fuel pump, surge tank, Sard fuel regulator, body modifications, custom alloy fuel tank, custom alloy radiator
Engineer: Gary Bow
Rims: 13x7 Superlites, Dunlop SP9000 tyres (195/45R13)
Brakes: Front - 8.4" 4-pot Metro's, Rear - Superfins
HP: 200-210@16psi (estimated)
Complete (date or %): 80% complete, August 2007
Future Plans: May be for sale to make room for the AWD project.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 6:44 pm 
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Joined: Wed Mar 17, 2004 6:05 pm
Posts: 310
Location: Kallangur, Brisbane
Vehicle: Mini Clubman 1972
Engine: Opel C20XE, 2000cc from a Holden Calibra.
Modifications: Custom subframe uses Land Rover engine mounts, PCD converted to 4x100, Ford Laser complete steering column including indicator/wiper switch assembly.


Engineer: Don't know yet.
Rims: 13x6 Cheviot Turbo's from a Gemini PCD 4x100, 175/50/R13 Sime
Brakes: Camira calipers on a custom , Suzuki Baleno rotors, drum hubs, Morris 1500 cv's and Cooper S drive flanges
HP: 150hp as standard. 200hp roughly with GSXR throttle bodies.
Complete (date or %): 20%
Future Plans: GSXR750 quad throttle bodies, megasquit, Coil over suspension front and rear.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 7:02 am 
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Joined: Mon Dec 05, 2005 7:57 pm
Posts: 52
Location: New Zealand
Vehicle: 1976 Mini Clubman (New Zealand member)
Engine: B16a1 (Honda Integra) Cable clutch.
Modifications: Homemade subframe, reinforced floor mount points, reinforced suspension points, Gaz Coilovers, Hybrid metro/mini rack. Billet homemade driveshafts, Mitsubishi Collapsable steering column+wiper/indicator controls, Scratch built pedal box, Homemade clutch cable, Custom rad. Modified intake, reinforced rear subframe/Urathane mount bushes.Mitsubishi FTO seats, match upholstered rear mini seats, custom roof lining. New glass-black float. Finished in 2 pac Metallic Silver(Hyundai) Metallic Blue (Honda) Halogen Conversion
Engineer: Peter Watson (Low Volume Certification Engineer)
Rims: 14 x 6 TSW
Brakes: Metro Mayfair 4 pots converted to vented, braided hose conversion.Homemade Stainless steel pistons. Rear Superfins.
HP: ???Yet
Complete (date or %): %80 - still to finish inside when I get home from UK
Future Plans: Drive it! (Perhaps a turbo?! :twisted: )
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 5:10 pm 
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Joined: Thu Sep 30, 2004 3:12 pm
Posts: 1461
Location: Lower Beechmont - Gold Coast
Vehicle: 1968 Morris Van
Engine: 4efte
Modifications: Motor - Custom front mount intercooler and radiator. Bigger turbo GT2860RLS. Tial BOV. Body - Hydraulic Suspension. Suicide Doors. Deseamed and de guttered. VW front indercators. Mitsubishi Rear Lights. Entire roof sun roof. Zeemax custom bodykit. Will have internal rear hinges.. And way to many more mods to list
Engineer: Not Engineered yet, but the frame was made by MR Enforcer
Rims: Performance Superlites 13x7's with Yoko Advana Rubbers(have) While 13x5.5's Steel Rims. (have) With white wall tyres (Still to come)
Brakes: Tarox vented 6 pots
HP: No idea yet but hopeing for heaps!
Complete (date or %): Hopefuly have it finished by the end of the year.. But we all know how that goes
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2007 8:00 pm 
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Joined: Fri Mar 10, 2006 3:38 pm
Posts: 37
Vehicle: clubman ute
Engine: toyota twincam 1.6l seca 4afe
Modifications: custom tail lights, suicide doors, custom interior, orange paint with gold pearl

Engineer: ?
Rims: will be 13"
Brakes: seca or camira
HP: ? not going for big hp
Complete (date or %): 5%
Future Plans: all of the modifications
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 8:08 pm 
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Joined: Wed Jun 28, 2006 7:05 am
Posts: 21
Location: Logan Village, Queesland


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 8:16 pm 
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Location: Brisbane
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 8:18 pm 
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Joined: Wed Jun 28, 2006 7:05 am
Posts: 21
Location: Logan Village, Queesland
Vehicle: 1975 Moke
Engine: Suzuki Swift Gti (g13b)
Modifications: T25 turbo, custom 2.5 inch exhaust and headers soon to be made, big front mount intercooler with 2.5 inch pipes, whole swift gti wiring, swift dash if able to be fitted if not I will use the instrument panel and make a dash, chop windscreen, lower seats and move them back so it is more comfortable, custom drop tank , custom purple almost black paint, side skirts, white interior, sub frame made by (andrew/Archangel007), custom front to make a snug fit of the engine, etc (lots to list)

Engineer: not sure of his name
Rims: 17 inch chromies for show and 15 inch for cruising
Brakes: metro 4 pot and hopefully rear disc
HP: not sure!!! (Enough on 8 psi)
Complete (date or %): 50% or more should be close to go to the mini muster in June if everything goes to plan
Future Plans: straight through exhaust , computer maybe em3 inject, rebuild engine for more boost and more hp ,racing harnesses, roll cage, good number plates , any thing I can do depending on money
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 8:42 am 
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Joined: Sun Apr 01, 2007 7:50 am
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Location: uk
Vehicle 1986 austin mini old english white black roof and sportspack arches
Enging vanhall 2l 8v se corsa rad f18 box
Brakes 8.4"disc and 4 pot metro no-vented
Mod.s custom made subfame, all still round nose, 4 branch manifold,play mini exhanst.
Rims 7x13 minilghts


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2007 5:27 am 
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Joined: Wed Mar 07, 2007 2:30 am
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Location: Roswell, GA, USA
Engineer: Colin Woollard at KAD

Vehicle: Standard Round-Nosed Mini Built from New Heritage Shell
Engine: Kawasaki ZZR1100 (ZX-11) Motorbike
DOHC, 16-Valve, 4-Cylinder, 4-Stroke, Liquid-Cooled
1052 cc (Bore x Stroke: 76mm x 58mm)
11.0:1 Compression Ratio
147hp @ 10,500 rpm
110Nm @ 8,500 rpm
(4) Keihin CVKD40 (40mm Choke) Carburetors
IC Ignition with Dual Coil Packs
Drive-Train: Kawasaki 6-Speed, Constant Mesh, Sequential Shift Gearbox
Wet, Multi-Disc Clutch
Chain Driven Quaife QDF14K Torque-Biasing Limited-Slip Differential
Formula Ford Constant-Velocity Joints (Inboard)
Mini/Metro Constant-Velocity Joints (Outboard)
Equal Length Bespoke Steel Drive Shafts
Overall Drive Ratio: 4.490 (Top Gear)
Gear Ratios:
1st 2.800
2nd 2.055
3rd 1.590
4th 1.333
5th 1.153
6th 1.035
Reverse Accomplished by Separate Electric Motor with Foot-Pedal Control
(Automatic Electrical Lockout to Protect Manual Gearbox)
Front Suspension: KAD Bespoke Double A-Arms
Fully Adjustable for Camber, Castor and Toe
Bespoke Alloy Hubs with KAD Center-Lock Conversion for Road Wheel
Adjustable KAD Anti-Roll Bar
SPAX CSX Coil-Over Fully Adjustable Dampers
SPAX SSX 375 lb/in Coil Springs
Front Brakes: KAD 6-Piston Billet 2014A-T6 Hard-Anodized Alloy Calipers with Russell “Speed Bleeders”
Stainless Steel, Differentially Sized Pistons (25mm/28mm/30mm) to Combat Pad “Taper Wear”
MINTEX MBD1200 Brake Pads (M1144 Compound)
208mm x 21mm (8.2”) KAD Rotors (Vented and Grooved)
Braided Stainless Steel Teflon Brake Hoses
Rear Suspension: KAD Bespoke L155 Sand-Cast Alloy Trailing Arms
½” Diameter Stub Axles
Bespoke Alloy Hubs with KAD Center-Lock Conversion for Road Wheel
KAD Heavy Duty Adjustable Rear Camber Brackets (Fully Adjustable for Camber and Tow)
Adjustable KAD Anti-Roll Bar
SPAX CSX Coil-Over Fully Adjustable Dampers
SPAX SSX 120 lb/in Coil Springs
Huddersfield Spares Rear Beam Sub-frame
Rear Brakes: KAD Single, Billet 2014A-T6 Hard-Anodized Alloy Calipers
Single Stainless Steel Sliding Piston with Russell “Speed Bleeders”
EBC FA83 Pads (Red Stuff Compound)
190mm x 4mm KAD Bespoke Solid Rotors (Cross-Drilled)
Mechanical Handbrake (Modified for “Fly-Off” Operation)
KAD Alloy Handbrake Quadrants
Braided Stainless Steel Teflon Brake Hoses
Pedal Box: Twin AP Brake Master Cylinders 5/8” front 7/8” rear
Adjustable Brake Bias Control
Single Clutch Master Cylinder
Remote Reservoirs
SPARCO “Grip” Alloy Pedal Set
Wheels and Tires: (5) Bespoke KAD F1-Style, Five-Spoke Magnesium Wheels (Four Road Wheels and One Full-Sized Spare)
6J x 10 Sand Cast in A8 Magnesium Alloy
Powder-Coated Gold
(KAD Center-Lock Conversions on All Four Hubs)
Alloy Hub Nuts with Locking Clips
(5) 165/70HR-10 Yokohama A032 DOT Street-Legal Radial Tires
Competition Tire Valves with Tamper-Resistant Caps
Modifications: Steel Rover MkIV Body-shell with Front Inner and Outer Wings Removed
Firewall Modified to Accept Bespoke KAD Tubular Front Sub-frame
Rear Wheel Arches Modified for Tire Clearance and Coil-Over Towers
Rear Body Modified to Accept MkI Taillights
MkI Austin-Cooper Grille with Full Moustache and Tips
Detachable Curley Carbon-Fiber Front End
Separate Removable Curley Carbon-Fiber Bonnet
Curley Carbon-Fiber MkIII-Style Boot Lid
Curley Carbon-Fiber Doors Modified to Incorporate Metal Window Frames and MkI-Style External Door Hinges
Laminated Glass Front Windscreen
Perspex Sliding Door Windows with Lightweight Plastic Latches
Perspex Rear Side Windows
Perspex Rear Windscreen
Full Roll Centre Multi-Point Roll-Over Cage with Easy-Ingress Door Bars
Body Finished in Ferrari Rossa Corsa Racing Red with Black Roof
Twin Fuel Tanks
Aston Alloy Fuel Caps
Cloisonné BMC Rosette Bonnet Badge
Chrome “Mini-Cooper S” Bootlid Script
Chrome MkI Exterior Door Handles
Chrome MkI Bootlid Handle
Chrome Bootlid Hinges
Extra Large BMC Mini Van Interior Plastic “Safety” Rearview Mirror
Color-Coded MkIV Exterior Mirrors
Color-Coded Wood and Pickett Flares
Hinged MkI-Style Carbon-Fiber Number Plate in MkIII Size
Chrome MkI Number Plate Light
Interrupter-Type Electric Fuel Pump and Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator
Full-Size Optima “Red Top” 12 Volt Battery
RedCarpeting
GREY Black Headliner
Tinted Sun Visors
Floor-Mounted Fire Extinguisher
Custom Corbeau Reclining Sport Seats Finished in Black with Red Inserts and Sewn-In BMC Rosette Patches
Black Curley Carbon-Fiber Door Cards and Rear Parcel Shelf Card
Black Curley Carbon-Fiber Evo 2 ASAD Three-Piece Dashboard:
Main Fascia Panel
Instrument Pod and Switch Panel
Heater/Footwell Cover
SABELT Red, Four-Point 3” Seatbelts with Shoulder Pads
SPARCO Meguello Flat-Bottomed 330mm (13”) Steering Wheel with Integral Spoke Pushbuttons and Center Horn Pushbutton
Bespoke Steering Column Lowering Brackets
Detachable Hub for Steering Wheel (Anti-Theft)
Bespoke KAD Fascia-Mounted Alloy Gearshift Lever and Knob
Smith’s Telemetrix Motorsport Grey-Faced Instruments with Alloy Bezels:
12,000 rpm Tachometer (100mm Electronic Pro-Sport Plus) with
Three-Stage Programmable Shift Light
140 mph Speedometer (100mm Electronic with Odometer) Driven by
CAI Speed Sensor Kit
Combination Oil Pressure / Water Temperature Gauge
(52mm Mechanical: 0-100psi and 90-230OF)
Fuel Gauge (52mm Electrical)
Full Compliment of Warning Lights:
Blue for High Beam
Green Turn Signal Indicators
Green for Lights
Red Ignition Warning
ORed Low Oil Pressure Warning
Orange Neutral Indicator
Fascia-Mounted Switches and Controls:
Lights (Push/Pull Switch with Green Illumination)
Hazard (Push/Pull Switch with Red Illumination)
Reverse Control (Push/Pull Switch with Orange Illumination)
Engine Hour Meter
Keyed Ignition Switch
Pushbutton Starter Switch
Ignition Toggle Switch with Red Safety Cover
Fuel Pump Toggle Switch with Red Safety Cover
Heater Air Flow Direction Control
Heater Fan Switch
Manual Back-Up Light Switch
Steering Wheel Pushbuttons:
High Beam Flasher Switch
Horn Push
Brake Light “Pre-Warning” (Anti-Collision) Switch
Steering Column Controls:
Turn Signals
Headlight Beam Selection
High Beam Flasher (Redundant)
Windscreen Wiper Controls
Windscreen Washer Control
Bespoke KAD Interior Door Handles
Speedwell Door Stays
Dual Electro-Pneumatic (STEBEL) 140dB Air Horns Not too sure of maker
Dual Gold Pinstripes with Exterior BMC Rosette Decals
Auto-Delta Competition Wiper Arms and Wiper Blades
Full-Sized Spare (Bespoke KAD F1-Style, Five-Spoke Magnesium Wheel with 165/70HR-10 Yokohama A032 DOT Street-Legal Radial Tire)
Lights: Xenon HID Headlights
Clear Front Marker Lights with Orange Bulbs
High-Intensity, Multiple LED MkI Taillight Conversions
Roll-Over Cage-Mounted PIAA High-Intensity Xenon HID Back-Up Lights
High-Level LED Brake Light Mounted on Rear Parcel Shelf
HP: 147
Complete (date or %): Summer 2007 (90%)
Future Plans: ZZR1400 Engine and drive-train
Pics: Yes at 16v Mini Forum under "minja" photos

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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2007 9:02 pm 
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Posts: 169
Location: Hobart, Tasmania
Car1967 morris MINI Deluxe

Engine4EFTE (currently being fitted)

TurboT25

currently a working progress, sub frame is done, doing bodywork at the moment

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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 7:39 pm 
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is it just me or is the one on the left a bit wider??


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 9:52 pm 
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Location: Nelson Bay, NSW.
Bfeboi wrote:
is it just me or is the one on the left a bit wider??
It has flares. :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2007 11:17 am 
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Joined: Tue Nov 13, 2007 4:17 pm
Posts: 881
Location: NOR, Perth, W.A.
Anyone know of someone in Perth doing/done a conversion??

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:45 pm 
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Joined: Thu Aug 16, 2007 11:19 pm
Posts: 3
Vehicle: 77 had a nose job
Engine: Plans for a 4efte
Modifications: thinking..............


Engineer: ?
Rims: ?
Brakes: ?
HP: ?
Complete (date or %): Just got the shell home 25/7/7
Future Plans: work on it
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