Hi huggy, massive congrats on the baby! my little one has just turned 1yr on saturday, it is an amazing thing but sure does halt the kit car building progress!lol. looks good what youve done so far, it does look like you need to space the go pedal out a bit furthur as it looks like it is contacting the steering column, and when you turn the wheel this could get worse, im saying this as i fitted all mine, and then it all fouled each other! so i had to take it all off and re-mount it all over again. Well keep it up and keep posting the progress, Wayne.
Thanks Wayne. Belated Happy Birthday to your little one!
Thanks for the sanity check on the steering. Can't take any chances with this or the brakes after all. Tell me about it re. the clearances in this area. It was tighter than I first imagined it would be. Played with spacers and positioning etc... while doing the bulk head so think the final fit should clear.
i drilled out all neat in the bulkhead for the masters huggy, then when you need to strip it all out to change a small thing. i ended up just cutting the corner out. i didnt want to but needs must. as wayne said, the column will turn eccentrically and move closer and further from brakes/throttle
Complete money pit...
2.0 zetec, Sinter Forged Pistons & Rods, all round ARP's, complete ACL bearing set, Crower Sport Cams & Vernier pulleys,
+3mm inlet valves, solid lifters, green injectors, turbosmart FPR, 044 group A fuel pump, CDA carbon airbox and BMC filter.
Hadron Systems Gear Selector.
All managed by DTA S40 ECU.
Jackson Supercharger with Aquamist water injection