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S1Steve

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About S1Steve

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  • Location
    Ambler, PA
  • Se7en
    Superformance S1
  1. Appreciate your good taste in cam covers, I always like the BDA style. And the Sadve is a excellent bit also.. Enjoy…🍺
  2. Happy to see all the photos, and the weather is perfect for this kind of fun. Enjoy and don’t forget those latches…
  3. Carl and Mike, I’m not sure what I exchanged with Mike, but this is what I thought may help. My S1 has the standard Zetec flywheel,( wish I installed a lightweight one), a Ford Motorsports clutch and disc. At the time I thought that would work fine with it’s almighty 139.3rear wheel HP and curb weight of little over #1400. I’ll attach information another S1 owner decided to use…. Hope to see you at NJMP.
  4. Thanks John, We had a tornado less than a mile from our house. Thankfully our house was spared, our local Police station, High School and surrounding houses and businesses were not as lucky. We also 3 or more inches of rain per hour for a few hours… Hopefully our other 7 friends are ok…
  5. I just did a search and found every size you can think of for a SVT engine… FocalJet, Summit and Jegs….. what size are you looking for…… FocalJet has the super hard ones..
  6. Heater, you have a heater…. Next you’ll be installing heated seats… 😂
  7. Sorry I’m late to the game. In the pictures you’ll see the pin that screws into the left side of the block that locks the crankshaft in TDC . Second the flat tool that locks the back of the camshafts. Most importantly, the Shop manual that explains the whole process really well. I read a few pages of a older Burton catalog. It gave me a better understanding of what needed to be done. As John explained very well, you need to find out the specs on those cams.. And then set them up, I’ve never done that.. the big ugly tool is something I made to lock the new cam wheels in place for torquing the b
  8. Good Morning, I think it’s time to remove the cylinder head. Weak or broken valve spring, cam worn out.. and the list could go on. Rather than make things worse, it’s time for a closer inspection.. Best of Luck..🍺
  9. I put down my Scuba Diving book and started reading this thread. This is much more entertaining. I’ll have to hug my Zetec before I go off to Cars& Coffee tomorrow. What a all star cast in this group...😂
  10. Congratulations, you’ve drank the Horsepower Cool Aid... I feel that if you let the great guys at Quicksilver loose you’ll be happy with the outcome.. enjoy your 7...
  11. jFGW, first thing I would check is the Fuel filters, my S1 has one in the very back near the fuel tank and a micron filter in the engine compartment.. Hope you sort it out..
  12. This is a Caterham Zetec side pipe I installed a few years ago on the S1. I’m out in the garage figuring out the source of the O2 sensor.. The header pipes came from Skips SV. The muffler came from a Canadian Dealer. I fabricated the collector and welded in the O2 bung. Most importantly I made a slip joint . This muffler was off a new R300 I was told.. I paid 225 for it .
  13. This is for a Type 9.I bought 2 from a speedo shop in the States. But I’m not sure if there the same as yours. Can’t find the address yet. If you want this one , no problem.
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