Webcon has announced that it now has stocks of the Weber PF07/03 throttle position sensor as used on the Weber 30CFM and 34CFM single point injection systems fitted to Ford 1.1, 1.3, 1.4 and 1.6-litre engines between 1989 and 1993.
Order as part number WTP029 at £86 inc VAT and available from 01932 787 100 or via www.webcon.co.uk ENDS.
New from Classic Plating is the electrolytic metal cleaning system, which is a must for any restorer. It will easily remove rust, paint and grease from any metal parts, without the need to resort to wire brush, sand-blaster or highly-corrosive chemicals and it’s easy on the parts.
Setting it all up is easy with the included comprehensive instruction guide. The kit, which makes 60-litres of electrolyte contains:
Heavy duty electrolyte chemicals for steel, cast iron etc.
Light duty electrolyte chemicals for delicate items, aluminium and other alloys.
5.5 litre tank
Safety data sheets.
Comprehensive user guide
All this for just £16.50 with more More >
Genuine Ford/Motorcraft 2WD Cosworth YB water pumps have been obsolete for around a year now. To cover the shortfall, Burton Power has invested in new tooling to reproduce this part, in cast iron, to OEM specifications.
Following a nine-month design, development and production period, the water pumps are now in stock and available via this link: http://www.burtonpower.com/ford-motorcraft-water-pump-ford-sierra-cosworth-2wd-yb-epw66.html
Order as part number: EPW66 at £119.88 inc VAT.
Following a similar investment two-years ago 4WD Cosworth/RS500 water pumps are also now available again : http://www.burtonpower.com/water-pump-ford-sapphire-escort-cosworth-yb-4wd-rs500-epw12.html
Order as part number: EPW12 at £146.21 incl VAT.
More information from 0208 554 2281 or at the other end of More >
As manufacturers turn to COB (chip-on-board) technology for portable workshop lights, Laser Tools has just introduced this COB Worklight (part number 6760). The energy-saving characteristics of the COB light source are demonstrated by a remarkable energy consumption of just 15w while offering bright illumination with a useful spread of light. The worklight also runs cool, which is nice to know when working under the bonnet.
The unit comes with a powerful magnetic stand, which features twin universal joints enabling the light to be positioned just where you need it. There are two levels of brightness, high is rated at 1200 lumens, More >
Mini Spares has just released a brand new five-port, alloy head for the classic Mini. The new C-AHT347 alloy head is based on the original Cooper ‘S’ 12G1805 version of the 12G940 casting with eleven studs.
Externally, the new alloy head is a replica of the Cooper ‘S’ 940 casting and is already gas flowed for performance in its standard form.
As most users dispense with the by-pass hose, the by-pass hose connector hole is not drilled.
C-AHT347 uses 35.6 x 29.3mm standard material valves, which costs £1231-9 inc VAT. However, most purchasers are expected to opt for 35.7 x 29.5mm race quality More >
The last few years has seen Rota Wheels emerge as one of the world’s leading alloy wheel manufacturers, with a bulging portfolio of stunning designs as beautiful as they are iconic. The firm’s already impressive line-up has just been bolstered by the addition of an all new design, the pretty Slipstream, a lightweight wheel that looks set to be a huge hit within the UK’s ceaselessly inventive modified car scene.
Drawing on its wealth of collective experience within this incredibly competitive industry, Rota set out to develop a wheel that would blend elements of motorsport aggression with the more subtle, understated More >
If you are adding accessories, restoring a classic or upgrading an engine the problem of how best to protect sensitive wires, cables and hoses is going to arise.
Now, thanks to thermal protection experts DEI, you can add a protective sleeve without having to disconnect the ends of the item you are covering.
DEI’s Protective Split Sleeve easily wraps around existing installations to protect from heat, abrasion and the elements and is also solvent resistant and no splicing is needed.
It assists with organising wires, cables, and hoses giving your engine bay a clean and professional look. It is not only easy to More >
Scat makes engine rotating assembly packages that meet the needs of most power and budget levels. Hundreds of kits are available – from cast crank combos to all-out forged sets capable of supporting well over 1000bhp.
Standard Rotating Assemblies
Scat’s standard rotating assemblies feature high-quality Scat 9000 cast or 4340 forged cranks; standard, I-beam, or H-beam connecting rods with 3/8in or 7/16in bolts; pistons and ring sets from SRP, JE Pistons, Ross, Keith Black, Diamond, or Probe; and King, Federal Mogul, or Clevite 77 bearings. The rotating assemblies are available in balanced or unbalanced kits and in multiple bore and stroke configurations.
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For many, many years Graham Beech was the man behind Intatrim, a company who supplied seats to thousands of kitcar owners and manufacturers. However, Graham announced his retirement in the summer…
The new owners of the Shropshire business are Matthew Speight and Rob Baugh who told me: “We’re delighted to have taken over the mantle at Intatrim. We are determined to maintain the great reputation for excellent quality and craftsmanship built up over the last 26-years by Graham and his team.
“We’re already working to expand choice for our customers by adding additional ranges, introducing new materials and designs and being more More >
As a paid-up fan and user I was delighted to hear that Ordnance Survey’s (OS) iconic road map series OS Road have been relaunched after a seven-year hiatus. The eight map sheets, covering the whole of Great Britain, are back by popular demand and with a new twist that is aimed at helping tourists see even more of Britain.
For the first time the road maps, which also have a new look and design to their predecessors, will show designated beaches and National Parks visitor centres. They are also OS’s first maps to include the appearance of the Queensferry Crossing.
Nick Giles, Managing Director More >