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  • Birthday 18/02/1967

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    Greg Dollimore
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    1999 Esprit V8 SE
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    Onaero Beach, New Zealand

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  1. Yes, Left and Right for me. And just confirming my interest. Let me know where to from here!
  2. Hi Chris Will do. I can tell its going to be a long road to doing this engine as a spare time project but will keep updates coming. Your water injection story sound interesting! I settled on an AEM kit in the end for the water/methanol injection.
  3. Hi Chris Yes, still intend to do the modifications. I managed to get another complete V8 engine which we have now stripped down. Its a part time project between myself and a friend (engine builder) and is fitting in around our day jobs over the course of this year. I have now got all the major parts I need for the rebuild (this took me 5 years to get the parts I wanted!) so we just need to get on with it now, but we are finding it challenging as things are pretty busy with work for both of us. The Link ECU install was the first step on the road to preparation for the modified engine. As far as the engine goes it will have forged coated pistons, billet rods (Saenz), Billet crank, Hybrid T-25 turbos using the internals from TB2804 turbos and water/methanol injection. Also using ARP head studs and bottom end kit. Cheers Greg
  4. Hi Jason, I installed a Link ECU in my V8 last year. The Link model was the 'Thunder'. The reason for a Link was purely around a local experienced installer / tuner lived close to me. I am sure there are better brands out there this was just the way I went. It was a very straight forward installation, took about 10 hours to remove the old unit and install the Link. As Dan mentions the work is really in the mapping. We has a few niggles along the way but these were sorted out and the car performs really well and I am glad I went this way. The reason for the standalone install is to have tuning flexibility for when I install a modified engine next year, but that's another story.... If you decide to go the stand alone route and decide on a Link ECU PM me and I can forward on more details around who I used as I am sure he could talk to your local Link dealer and supply the maps he used for my car. Off course the less complicated, practical and more cost effective option is the one Mike mentions above! All the best with your decision making Greg
  5. Just ordered tanks for my V8 from Andy at Axminster, Based on his current work load he will start on them in May. As Ian says, excellent quality but not cheap. I am in New Zealand so shipping is expensive. A cheaper option would have been to have them fabricated locally but I don't intend to fit them until next year so nothing to give a fabricator as a sample.
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  7. Happy to have mine sent out last. Thanks for the great job you are doing getting this to come together Mark.
  8. Hi All I am happy to have mine sent out last as I have no great urgency to install this.
  9. Hi guys Paid on the 15th May. I sent a PM to Mark K the same day to confirm my payment. Sorry I should have confirmed on this thread.
  10. Thanks Travis, didn't see the fine print! I had the Saturn's on when I ordered them back in 2013 so probably skipped over reading that. I'll call them and get the mod required.
  11. Hi Guys Wondering if someone can help with this one. I have purchased the PNM brake upgrade, I went for: 321mm 6 piston two piece front and the 321mm two piece 4 piston rear set up. I have OZ Nova wheels and my car is a 1999 V8 SE so am using the kit for the '1993 onwards Lotus (including V8)' option. The fronts fit with no problems at all. The rears are fitted but the wheel will not go fully on! they hit the caliper before go all the way on. There is no where near enough clearance. I'll call the guys at PNM on Monday but just wondering if anyone has fitted the rear kit with OZ Nova wheels? Can't see anything on the website that indicates they don't fit with these rims. Cheers Greg
  12. Thanks for your reply Jacques, I appreciate that low volume numbers would be expensive to produce. Will just have to hang in there a little longer to see if more people can get on board!
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