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  • 13-06-2013, 10:41
    v8ian
    I have not seen this thread before, Quite bizarre really, Im doing a 33 7Box saloon, https://www.rodsnsods.co.uk/forum/gar...x-saloon-82368 I have obviously been reading your mind, and have just got myself a Suzuki TL 1000cc twin for the car, Turn it sideways, mount a drive flange off the output and a rubber shock drive off of that, object of that is to take the shock loading of the gearbox, it fits inside the cowl/bonnet of a 7, 135 hp and 100 ft/lbs should make it scoot
  • 22-05-2013, 09:43
    Flamed Cortina
    Has there been any progress on this lil beaut?
  • 19-01-2013, 21:28
    Red~griffin
    possible engine ha ha ha. I particularly like output shaft speed 7000rpm engine speed 62000rpm

    Solar "Titan" T-62 gas turbine engine. APU. 95 shp. Jet, Helicopter, Aircraft | eBay
  • 19-01-2013, 19:23
    ROCKIN WOLEY
    First time I've had a look at your thread and your thinking of a bike engine for power, have you thought of a Yamaha V max, In line, shaft driven with gearbox in the same unit and you get a great sound from the exhaust.
    Enjoying your thread,

    Jeff
  • 19-01-2013, 18:53
    poss
    Ye
    I know that one, not enough hours in the day
    I used to do a bit sky diving up in Shropshire
    Give it up for motorbikes (chops and Harley's) Safer ish,
    A triumph chassis is bigger than you think but nice little engine and suspension
    Take a look at odgies ideas he has some class ideas

    Get a plan in your head and stick to it your ideas will come but do it your way
  • 19-01-2013, 08:17
    Red~griffin
    Just realised how long it its since I done anything with the ruby. I'm busy with the house and also took up a very time consuming and expensive"ast first" hobby- skydiving.

    I had already thought about 2cv engine, but to be honest I have been looking into other chassis options.i think a spitfire would work well similar dimensions, cheap and plenty of them about as full cars with v5. I haven't give up on the ruby chassis yet it just seems a sensible choice top concider others. I could do with a bit of input on this what do you think.

    I'll try get down tues biff
  • 13-01-2013, 20:30
    poss
    Cool web site
    I love odgies attitude to building cars
  • 12-01-2013, 22:11
    Neil G
    OOh i like this..
  • 12-01-2013, 14:29
    drifter8001
    Check this guy out lots of Austin Seven stuff and some great photos Home
  • 06-01-2013, 07:31
    zefa46
    Might not have much power but should be cheap doner 2cv as used in a Lomax kit
    http://www.sportsandleisurecars.co.u...manual_pdf.pdf
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