BOOM, BANG, RAT-A-TA-TA

Boom Mat is well-known for their acoustic barrier materials but now they have Boom Mat Spray-On – an aerosol spray that provides an easy and quick way to reduce road-noise and vibration, add a layer of thermal insulation or as an underseal to protect against damage from rust, stones, gravel and other debris.

The black rubberised polymer compound dries to a textured paintable finish without chips or cracks in 20 minutes. Boom Mat Spray on is highly rust resistant, and ideal for use on the underbody, chassis or inside panels. One can of 18 oz. Spray-On covers approximately 20 square feet More >

IT’S ALL IN YOUR HEAD

Jenvey Dynamics has announced an improved Direct to Head throttle body kit for the Ford Zetec SE ‘Sigma’ engine. These integrated throttle bodies feature a new and improved single fuel rail with the option of DASH-6 or push-on hose fittings.

The throttle bodies feature a 42mm bore and the kit includes linkage and ‘O’ rings. Ford Sigma engines are fitted to Fiesta and Puma models as well as Caterhams and other sports and kitcars. This kit is suitable for the 1.6-litre and 1.7-litre Ford Sigma engines although fitment to the 1.4-litre engine will require a small amount of head porting. The More >

RAISE YOUR DURATEC’S PROFILE COURTESY OF PIPER

Piper Cams is now offering ‘tweaked profiles’ for Ford Duratec camshafts to provide faster acceleration thus helping to produce better power and torque.

The existing current entry level ‘270’ profile, with no other modifications will give an increase of around 14bhp. The new profiles, however, which now go up to a ‘300’ profile can give up to 310bhp when used with throttle bodies. The cams are ground from chill cast blanks for maximum durability and start at £476.40 inc VAT per pair. More from www.pipercams.co.uk or call them on 01303 245 300 ENDS.

PROPER TUBES FOR YOUR WEBER

These newly-manufactured tubes from Webcon feature the correct internal restriction and will facilitate the use of a manometer to allow very precise setting-up of multiple installations of Weber DCOE and IDF carburettors.

They are British-made and of the very highest quality – and a must for any serious Weber tuner, with vacuum take-off tubes available as: Weber DCOE – 9802590000 £27.54 inc VAT or Weber IDF – 9802600000 £23.94 inc VAT.

More details from 01932 787 100 or from www.webcon.co.uk ENDS.

BRING YOUR ENTOURAGE

‘Entourage’ is the latest wheel design to be launched in the Wolf Design range, one of the premium alloy wheel collections from one of the UK’s best-known alloy wheel brands, Wolfrace Wheels.

Wolf Design makes a habit of turning simple wheel designs into eyecatching head-turners, and the new Entourage is no exception.

The new Entourage is available in either gloss black or new satin Anthracite with polished detailing on each of the five deep-concave spokes. The name of the wheel is engraved on the rim edge. Entourage comes complete with a comprehensive two-year warranty when a purchase is registered online.

The size range More >

BRITOOL AND THE WHEELIES

Hot on the heels of its hugely popular Softbag, Britool Expert introduces its latest offering: the ‘Backpack with Wheels’ (E010602B). This mobile tool-case takes portability to another level by combining a backpack with a pull-along trolley.

Aimed at mobile engineers and technicians, the case can be carried on the back using the adjustable, padded shoulder straps or pulled along via a telescopic handle and a pair of integrated wheels, much like a flight bag. The new bag is particularly useful for occasions when a heavy inventory of tools is being transported.

The design offers a lighter, more flexible storage solution than traditional More >

WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT? Peter James Insurance totalkitcar LIVE – Saturday, September 21, 2013

JUST TO CLARIFY – THIS IS NOT A GENERAL OR SHARED TRACKDAY. IT IS totalkitcar LIVE™.

WHAT’S THE IDEA THEN? One day, back in about 2003, it struck me that although there’s nothing wrong with a static-type kitcar show the real beauty of a lightweight, specialist sportscar is its grin factor, not to mention its performance potential. So, rather than just make the ‘vroom vroom’ noises why not allow them to be demonstrated? Turn-up at Blyton Park on Saturday, September 21st and if you like a particular car then go for a test ride in the passenger seat. Simple. This is an event that More >

NEW ROOFLESS LE MANS FROM JH CLASSICS

The JH Classics DGt has continued to sell very well since launching their new MR2-based cars in May 2011, a steady order book and a continuous build programme has delivered cars all around the country and home conversion packages out to Poland, Denmark, Germany and Australia with orders pending for America and France.

Tasteful JH Classics Le Mans

The majority have been converted to run the V6, 3-litre 24-valve quad-cam, Camry engine, producing superb, performance. Continuous detail developments mean the cars are always improving with some exciting new options coming on-stream soon.

The first being the launch of the DGt Le Mans, a More >

MONSTERED IT!

An interesting stand at Donington show featured a very red modern sportscar-style kit and a trestle table with postcards and a box…

A simple message asked showgoers for their comments. If it looked sort-of familiar that because it began life as the Formula 27 KR Roadster before passing to YKC when they bought out Steve Porter’s company and in turn to Image Sportscars (Image Monza) where Ford cylinder and bike engines were ditched in favour of GM LS7 V8…

Mystery Donington concept turns out to be a new monster from MEV

Indeed, it was probably one of the first kitcars to feature an More >

IT’S, IT’S A BALLROOM BLITZ

A new model from Blitzworld made its kitcar show debut at Donington last weekend.

It’s called the Vigilante and is the latest road-legal buggy to join the go-ahead Staffordshire-based company’s range.

Developed from the Joyrider model, the Fiat Punto-based kit is notable for allowing fitment of ANY engine, with the demo car featuring a Honda K20 2-litre VTEC unit, although if you want to utilise the donor car’s engine, you can.

Kit prices start at £2000, which comes with plenty of the items needed to get you on-the-way, with a more comprehensive package priced at £4000. Blitzworld-boss, Steve Malpass, reckons that a DIY More >