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Some pictures might be helpful. Also what parts did you fit?02/02/2020 at 11:11 pm in reply to: Help – Fitting a rev counter to a base spec car 2009+ #11136
It’s really straight forward, all of the clocks have the connector for it built in, so you just need to buy a rev counter and screw it in with 1 bolt. I’m not sure if your binnacle will have the cutout, so you might need the binnacle with a slot for it. If you need help getting the part let me know, I know a guy down here with 1 spare, or speak to Rik at SmallCarParts.
Something like: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PEUGEOT-107-CITROEN-C1-TOYOTA-AYGO-REV-COUNTER-83270-0H020-J-05-14-BREAKING/113815709980?fits=Model%3AC1&hash=item1a7ff1e91c:g:tWMAAOSwghZdxX0g should be fine – just check it’s from a petrol.
For future reference this weekend at Pembrey used the following format. 1 qualifying session was held on the first day and set the start order for both races. On the morning of the second day there was a short warm up session to allow new drivers to do their required 3 laps to prove their ability and allow them to take part – this did not effect the starting order for the race.
For information this weekend at Pembrey had a similar setup. 1 qualifying session was held on the first day and set the start order for both races. On the morning of the second day there was a short warm up session to allow new drivers to do their required 3 laps to prove their ability and allow them to take part – this did not effect the starting order for the race.
Interesting, I saw the change as a purely cosmetic one as I don’t believe the removal would be in anyway relevant to the performance of the car, I’ve done it purely to look a bit nicer when painted. While I’ll didn’t see a specific reg I thought applied in section 10, I appreciate the catch all statement in section 8 could apply – more caution needed!
I guess I wait to see if there is a clarification offered from the club, and hope it’s not a bad one for myself or the other existing cars without sealer.
Just an update to say Rick did indeed sort me out. Top chap, top prices.
I think this is a personal preference item, certainly nothing in the regs that stipulates one way or the other and there were cars racing last year with and without seam sealer. I’ve just spent 4 hours getting rid of the stuff and I’m still not finished. Beware the job if you do start it!
Yes they are permitted, refer to 2019 regulations #10.2.9 for specifications.
It looks like that part number is for the bolt part of the drop link: https://www.hondapartsnow.com/genuine/honda~bolt~90112-se0-000.html
The results on eBay are for pattern parts, not genuine Honda. Is a genuine one required?
Great, thanks Philip – appreciate it.