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  1. hope the picter helped have it been fixed yet

  2. the front is the same hope this helps niksorry mine is a 1999
  3. don't forget your mot,s time to check them again and make sure your your light's work . nik
  4. The log book thing is not a msa thing but a awdc only thing , (This is how i under stand it at the moment) This is from the 2011 blue book or year book Definitions 1.1.1. Safety Cage. A structural framework designed to prevent serious bodyshell deformation in the case of a collision or a car turning over. 1.1.2. Rollbar. Structural frame or hoop and mounting points. Rollcage. Structural framework made up of a main rollbar and a front rollbar (or two lateral rollbars), their connecting members, one diagonal member, backstays and mounting points (see drawings K5 and K6). 1.1.3. Main Rollbar. Structure consisting of a nearvertical frame or hoop located across the vehicle just behind the front seats. 1.1.4. Front Rollbar. Similar to main rollbar but its shape follows the windscreen pillars and top screen edge. As you see it states ( a nearvertical frame or hoop)hope this helps . Merry Christmas all nik
  5. ask Nick to bich and you drive for a change ??? nik
  6. hi I'm currently training as a scrutineer under Vic and you are right and was misinformed by Mark on Thursday or i asked the question wrongly most likely. 57.2.1. All vehicles must comply with K.2.1.2, K.3.1.2 (not plumbed in), K.5, K.6, K.8. this is from cross country events , technical regulations , all vehicles , to find the other regs . 2.1.2. Four point. Two shoulder straps and one lap strap, with four anchorage points on the chassis/body shell or roll over bar of the vehicle. One either side of the driver and two to the rear of the driver’s seat. witch there is no mention of dates .
  7. Spoke to Mr Palmer( A MSA scrutineer) and for speed events FIA harnesses must be in date .nik
  8. hi hope this helps nik This is from the MSA blue book Fuel Systems 5.13.1. Have any fuel lines passing through the driver/passenger compartment protected and, if nonmetallic, to be internally or externally metal braided hydraulic pressure hose or fuel lines complying with FIA specifications. 5.13.2. They may only be joined by screwed sealing joints or vehicle manufacturers approved joint. 5.13.3. If fitted with fuel fillers in a closed boot, or under closure, have collector/spill trays incorporated to drain outside the vehicle. 5.13.4. Use Pump Fuel (see definition Nomenclature and Definitions) except, subject to prior written authority having been given by the MSA, where permitted otherwise under event SRs, and Championship Regulations. 5.13.5. If using LPG, the entire system must conform with Construction and Use regulations and LPG Industry Technical Association Code of Practice No. 11. 5.13.6. If using non-pump fuel have a 3 inch diameter ‘Day-Glo’ orange disc affixed immediately adjacent to the Competition Numbers on both sides. (so is this just a case of making a box for this tank to be fitted inside with all feeds returns exiting through the floor of the vehicle ? can this box be a bolt together item so as to allow access to the tank when needed?) yes it can as this is now your boot Tank Fillers, Vents and Caps 6. Tank fillers and caps must not protrude beyond the bodywork or be situated within the driver/passenger compartment. The caps must have an efficient locking action to reduce the risk of opening during an accident and to ensure closing after refuelling (14.1.2). Air vents must be at least 25cm to the rear of the cockpit and must be designed to prevent the escape of fuel should the vehicle be inverted. It is recommended that a non return valve is incorporated in the vent system. The entire fuel tank area ‘Licked by the open air stream’ must incorporate a crushable structure as follows: the crushable structure bit is for single seater race cars 14.1.2. Fuel (a) Fuel Tanks and Pipes – every effort should be made to isolate fuel tanks and pipes from the driver/passenger compartment. The risk of fuel spillage from accident damage can be reduced by use of bag type tanks or by coating metal tanks with GRP. Tanks should be located so that they are given maximum protection by the structure of the vehicle. Vents should be designed to avoid spillage if the vehicle becomes inverted. (b) Fuel Fillers – these should be designed and located to reduce risk of damage. Filler caps should not be liable to open in the case of an accident. Simple screw caps are effective. The positive locking of the fuel filler caps is recommended. The filler pipe to the tank should be of minimum possible length and not protrude beyond the bodywork (6).
  9. hope this helps, by the way all three point harness' have been banned for speed events 57.2.1. All vehicles must comply with K.2.1.2, K.3.1.2 (not plumbed in), K.5, K.6, K.8. 2.1. All seat safety belts must be must be complete units sourced from a recognised manufacturer and fitted in accordance with the manufacturers instructions, MSA recommendations or FIA requirements. (See FIA Drawing Nos. 253–42, 253–43, 253–44 and 253–45) Seat belts, in the following specified configurations, must be worn and be correctly adjusted at all times during events: 2.1.1. Three point. One diagonal shoulder strap and one lap strap, with three anchorage points on the chassis/body shell or roll over bar of the vehicle on either side and to the rear of the driver’s seat. 2.1.2. Four point. Two shoulder straps and one lap strap, with four anchorage points on the chassis/body shell or roll over bar of the vehicle. One either side of the driver and two to the rear of the driver’s seat. 2.1.3. Six point. Two shoulder straps, one lap strap and two straps between the legs, with six anchorage points on the chassis/body shell or roll over bar of the vehicle. One either side of the driver, two to the rear of the driver’s seat (or one symmetrical for the two shoulder straps) and two between the legs. 2.1.4. Where safety harnesses are mandatory it is recommended that those described in 2.1.2. and 2.1.3. are homologated by the FIA and carry their label. 2.1.5. It is permitted to make a hole in series production seats to allow secure anchoring of seat belts. 2.1.6. All seat belts used on International events must be homologated by the FIA, and carry their label. 2.1.7. It is not permitted to mix parts of seat belts. Only complete sets as supplied by manufacturers should be used. 2.1.8. Only one release mechanism is permitted on each seat belt configuration and this must be available for the wearer to operate whilst seated in the competing position. 2.1.9. The anchorage points to the rear should be positioned so that the strap from the shoulder is as near horizontal as possible. It should not be located on the floor directly behind the driver/co-driver. 2.1.10. Seat belts once involved in a serious accident should be discarded as they are likely to have stretched. Belts subjected to oil, acid or heat should be replaced.
  10. Try Andy at landy-spares.com. If it isn't in his catalogue he will probably make you one. Nik
  11. hi dan wot is phone no for work again

  12. i have never heard of this being done due to the tyre being considerably wider than the standard rim. most tyre firms recommend using a 7" rim, to keep the tyre walls vertical.
  13. jungletimeadventures was marten Lewis who use to compete in the rain forest challenge in the early years but jungletimeadventures are no longer about now nik ps see you on sunday at the challenger challenge
  14. See wot happens wen you leave him for five minutes Mr Turner
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