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Daniels Blue 182.

Discussion in 'Clio Projects' started by dann2707, Jun 21, 2014.

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  1. dann2707

    dann2707 ClioSport Club Member

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    Oh s**t yeah, completely forgot to say, the gearbox is all bolted on and in haha. Looks like i've moved the engine over more to allow the play I required as either side of the engine for the driveshaft...fingers crossed anyway.
     
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    Good work Dan, keep chipping away at it you've got six months before the good weather returns so don't rush it.:up:
     
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    Great result on the Kangoo pedal box dude, parts bin raiding FTW!
     
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    dann2707 ClioSport Club Member

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    Had some time today so sorted out the reservoirs to the master cylinder. Along with mounting the clutch reservoir which is all plumbed in now.

    The brake ressys are mounted where they were before, used some alu sheet that I have bent and riveted to the car.

    37530569826_fc663fe2e8_b.jpg 20171008_174015 by dann2707, on Flickr

    36868904614_81f46d9957_b.jpg 20171008_174009_HDR by dann2707, on Flickr

    Then the clutch bottle is mounted here, using a rivnut. Pipe fed through grommet to the master cylinder on the bulkhead

    37530519586_40c0c9754d_b.jpg 20171008_174022 by dann2707, on Flickr

    You can clearly see the pipe feeding around here.

    37320630040_c5048771ba_b.jpg 20171008_174400 by dann2707, on Flickr


    I then bled the brakes using the forever alone kit and got a cracking feel. I'll re-bleed them next week to get allllll the air out as I didn't have enough time to do as proper as a job as i'd like.

    I can then whip the engine back in and connect everything up although I now need to get a custom downpipe. Shouldn't be too hard to situate around the master cylinder.
     

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