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by batman
03 Sep 2019 14:24
Forum: Body & Electrical
Topic: Alternative Modern Wiper Motor Conversions
Replies: 39
Views: 9655

Re: Alternative Modern Wiper Motor Conversions

I measured and calculated the angle of 27 degrees needed to bring the wipers back into the right position.

Mark
by batman
02 Sep 2019 22:36
Forum: Body & Electrical
Topic: Alternative Modern Wiper Motor Conversions
Replies: 39
Views: 9655

Re: Alternative Modern Wiper Motor Conversions

Park position picture

Thanks Mark
by batman
02 Sep 2019 22:35
Forum: Body & Electrical
Topic: Alternative Modern Wiper Motor Conversions
Replies: 39
Views: 9655

Re: Alternative Modern Wiper Motor Conversions

Hi Everyone, I though i would post up a pick of what i did with the Mazda wiper motor conversion, we have found that i had to make a new bracket effectively changing the park position angle as this is not adjustable. I have attached a pic of the original wiper motor bracket and the newer one i made ...
by batman
17 Jan 2010 02:04
Forum: General & Technical
Topic: Troy Ermish Brake Setup
Replies: 13
Views: 2443

Re: Troy Ermish Brake Setup

I have the powerlites on my rally/autocross car and was looking at the ermish setup as i think it may be a little better as far as performance as they have more pad area with the dynalite calipers than the powerlite but i just wanted to hear if anyone had any problems with these caliper's and brake ...
by batman
15 Jan 2010 15:45
Forum: General & Technical
Topic: Troy Ermish Brake Setup
Replies: 13
Views: 2443

Re: Troy Ermish Brake Setup

Thanks for the info this will definatly help me in deciding which brake setup to eventually go for ,low maintenaince whould be ideal, i think after reading you comments that a caliper with dust seals is worth choosing and i will look into something with better pad reataining, i have heard that befor...
by batman
15 Jan 2010 00:56
Forum: General & Technical
Topic: Troy Ermish Brake Setup
Replies: 13
Views: 2443

Troy Ermish Brake Setup

Hi ,

I was just wondering if anyone who has had the wilwood brake setup sold by ermish racing could tell me their thoughts on how good the braking is with this setup, i have taken my 510 of the road to rebuild and am looking at which brakes to use.

Cheers,

Mark
by batman
12 Jul 2008 15:42
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: 245HP heads & throttle bodies
Replies: 9
Views: 1222

Re: 245HP heads & throttle bodies

Hi Baz,
Very nice heads you have there, could you please tell me more about the 245hp , is this the calculated horsepower from a Superflow flow bench at .500''/.600'' lift?.I have ported my own head and wanting to compare to one professionally ported.

Cheers Mark
by batman
11 Mar 2008 21:37
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Batmans 510's
Replies: 18
Views: 2800

Re: Batmans 510's

Hi ,i have seen what you are describing as part of the roll cage structure, that attaches to the rear subframe bolts, i'm just not sure what additional benefit you whould gain from this as i have limited experience with roll cages. I whould think this will reduce rear suspension geometry change. Che...
by batman
10 Mar 2008 00:32
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Batmans 510's
Replies: 18
Views: 2800

Re: Batmans 510's

I now know what you mean about the twin hoop this it not a twin hoop , it has been done the same way as you have done on the mitsubishi pictured, apart from your gusseting on the windscreen bar mine are just on the other side, these other pic's will clear things up, I remember looking at those pictu...
by batman
09 Mar 2008 22:13
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Batmans 510's
Replies: 18
Views: 2800

Re: Batmans 510's

Hi Byron, This is my first cage so i dont know what you mean by twin hoop are your refering the the a-pillar reinforcment bar that goes from the floor to the top of the a-pillar, I have used the current CAM's/FIA mild steel roll cage designs for construction as i will need to get it certified(log bo...
by batman
09 Mar 2008 20:28
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Batmans 510's
Replies: 18
Views: 2800

Re: Batmans 510's

I wanted slightly more travel than the standard 200b strut as this is for dirt/rally use, i just left it up to the guy who does the suspension, he uses 4 struts and cuts them to his desired length then welds them up on his welding jig and i'm guessing he put in some longer wet leg inserts, and reval...
by batman
09 Mar 2008 13:50
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Batmans 510's
Replies: 18
Views: 2800

Re: Batmans 510's

Just to gain a little more travel.


has also strengthening on the stub axle to reduce flex
by batman
08 Mar 2008 19:40
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Batmans 510's
Replies: 18
Views: 2800

Re: Batmans 510's

Fibre washers for pre-assembly, didnt want to scratch my rotor hats with steel washers,I'm just doing a mock re-assembly before i paint it.

CheerS
MarkO
by batman
08 Mar 2008 17:21
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Batmans 510's
Replies: 18
Views: 2800

Re: Batmans 510's

Hi everyone, I have some pics for people to look at, Cage was done over Christmas,Mainly Tig welded,I built it to CAMS(Australia) and FIA regulations,Main hoop and front legs were mocked up with Galvanised pipe and then bent to these templates, I did all the notching of Tubing on a horizontal mill w...
by batman
30 Mar 2007 16:46
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Batmans 510's
Replies: 18
Views: 2800

510

Yes that 510 is a bit to good for a rally car , trying to resist temptation to modify it, need some new springs and shockers as they are a bit old. Heres my second 510 that i'm working on, fairly straight but lots of rust 80% of rust removed at the moment, you can see my 180b that i use at the momen...