I have some surplus engine parts which are from my original project engine. This has now been broken up for core parts so Guy can build me a stage 3 unit :)
I have :-
Pair of Kent 0.75 flanged vernier pulleys, In as new condition and come with the original packaging. They have been trial fitted to the engine so have a few tiny marks and a Ghost from the washer around the mounting hole, these cost £220 plus vat new in Oct 2011 .I'll take £150 posted within the UK if you want them sending into Europe or further I'll have to check shipping costs.
1x Piper 0.75 2.0 belt, again in as new condition. Its been fitted to the engine but never ran. Will come in the original packaging £25 posted within the UK. A little more if going outside.
Adjusa Ribe type head bolts. Again these have been fitted but never been torqued down, they have been lightly copper slipped. They also come with the correct washers. £30 posted within the UK.
Fiat Strada 130 TC cams. Looking Ok condition, I haven't measured the journals or lobes for wear but they look fine. £80 posted within the UK
Fiat 131 2.0 Sport/racing Cams again in look in condition but will need checking. £50 posted within the UK.
Big wing Trap door sump. This is as per the GCRE design but a little shallower it holds 3.25 litres of oil at 45mm from the baseline. depth from mounting flange is 100mm. Guy's Original design is 112mm. Good usable sump, freshly powder coated satin black £180 posted within the UK.
Hope somebody can put these parts to some use.
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Are the Fiat Strada 130 TC cams still available? I'm collecting parts for a refresh of my Lancia Beta Spider 2 litre, and was wondering what improvement they would make over the standard Lancia cams - anything or nothing? I will only be using a moderate CR, as I want to be able to use standard 98 RON unleaded, but will be fitting a flowed and ported head and twin DCOE 45s.
Yes the Strada Cams are still here. However if I'm honest I'm not sure what gains you'll achive over the ones you've got. If you have Guy's original book,they is lots of data on standard Cam shafts in there which may give you a good idea. If not Give Guy a ring,He's more than qualified to answer you that question.