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My little rasheen

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1 My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 10:34 am

Whytie

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Arrived last week and i already luv it. Can't wait to get it boosted and take the piss out some decent motors.








2 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 10:42 am

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Are you going to boost it with the auto box whytie ?


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3 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 11:02 am

Whytie

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No I've got a full pulsar lump sitting in my lockup ready to rock an roll.

4 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 11:06 am

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Sounds good .... looks quite clean Wink


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5 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 11:13 am

Whytie

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It's mint underneath not a spot of rust. Bonus it came with a brand new set of tein coilovers

6 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 12:11 pm

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Haha love it that's similar to my white one but with a few extras Cool

is that one an sr20 or the 1.8? and did it come with the teins on it already?

As ugly as these little boxes are they are great fun to drive and puts a grin on your face when you get behind the wheel and sit your ass into the luxurious upholstery Laughing

I now have 3 of them and have lent my latest acquisition to Ajay on here and now he has fallen for it and it takes pride of place on his drive lol



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7 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 12:18 pm

Whytie

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It's the 1.8 auto and yeah teins came with the car, I noticed teins on it before I bought.

8 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 3:29 pm

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Love the look of them from the side. Not keen on the f4ont of them tho.


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9 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 8:18 pm

Andy Sunny Gti

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Looks mint mate. Was it delivered to your for or you collected from some port?
How much shipped if you don't mind me asking. Must be a grade 3.5+.

10 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 8:29 pm

johnboy

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Yea, great little cars. Also got an R lump in the garage but will probably never get to put it in. Might just go for the simpler option of adding a turbo to existing engine as Bob's done with his white one..
Nice car to drive tho. Good luck with the conversion.

11 Re: My little rasheen on 14th September 2015, 8:48 pm

Whytie

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I'll defo be looking for 350-400bhp out for mine, only reason I bought.

I think in total inc all fees an shipping it's cost me around £1800.

12 Re: My little rasheen on 13th October 2015, 8:46 pm

Whytie

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Started working on my little rasheen, pulled out the old 1.8 auto lump. Dash, interior and wire loom. Already converted it to manual, added all the clutch bits





13 Re: My little rasheen on 13th October 2015, 8:56 pm

Andy Sunny Gti

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Feck me your not playing around are you...lol

14 Re: My little rasheen on 13th October 2015, 9:09 pm

gtir_woody

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Getting stuck into it thumbsup Everyone loves these so much we'll need a rasheen section soon Laughing

15 Re: My little rasheen on 13th October 2015, 9:13 pm

Andy Sunny Gti

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So what this is telling me, is that a pulsar gtir can be converted into a 4x4 1.8 auto as well.

16 Re: My little rasheen on 13th October 2015, 9:33 pm

Whytie

Whytie
So far it's been fairly straight forward, swapped over the pedal box to pulsar one, cut home in firewall for the clutch master cylinder. Wiring wise I have the pulsar engine loom fitted. But will need to figure out some stuff as it doesn't plug into cabin loom.

17 Re: My little rasheen on 13th October 2015, 9:37 pm

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@gtir_woody wrote:Getting stuck into it thumbsup Everyone loves these so much we'll need a rasheen section soon Laughing
Theres an idea lol
Rasheen-gtir section Smile Laughing


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18 Re: My little rasheen on 13th October 2015, 9:49 pm

Whytie

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I don't no how many times I've looked at the car and burst out laughing, I luv it.

19 Re: My little rasheen on 14th October 2015, 9:48 am

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@Andy Sunny Gti wrote:So what this is telling me, is that a pulsar gtir can be converted into a 4x4 1.8 auto as well.


yes fairly straight forward swap with everything, you could also turbo the 1.4 lump and fit that with 4wd manual gearbox if you wanted.


@whytie wrote: But will need to figure out some stuff as it doesn't plug into cabin loom.

not as easy as you think but if your using all the pulsar dash assembly with clocks then it will be easier to do. if not then you'll need to re-configure some of the wires to the main fusebox as some are located in different places



@johnboy wrote:Yea, great little cars. Also got an R lump in the garage but will probably never get to put it in. Might just go for the simpler option of adding a turbo to existing engine as Bob's done with his white one..
Nice car to drive tho. Good luck with the conversion.


wont work John!
my white one which I turbo'd made 196bhp on the rollers but had a lot of issues with the boost and the way breather systems plumbed in.
Basically you'll find that the engine will build loads of vacuum to the point where the oil filler cap is hard to remove due to vacuum created in the engine.
We tried various ways of re-plumbing it but nothing worked, even swapping rocker cover for a pulsar one did not work.

So I come to the conclusion that this is due to the compression ratio run on the 1.8 engine with ve head so we are removing the head and fitting a pulsar head to the block then using a 1.5 mls gasket, this will drop the compression ratio and allow you to run more boost because with stock 1.8 lump you can not get boost higher than .5 bar and it doesn't even like that.as compression is far to high and it causes blowby around rings which then gives you ridiculous crankcase pressure.
Will let you know what its like when the pulsar heads fitted Wink


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20 Re: My little rasheen on 16th October 2015, 6:09 pm

Whytie

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Got some more time to work on the rasheen today. I've completely removed the abs system. Fitted a walbro fuel pump, some better brakes and swapped over some of the interior.










21 Re: My little rasheen on 16th October 2015, 7:51 pm

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Is it a pulsar interior then ???? Looks very smart ... Wink


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22 Re: My little rasheen on 16th October 2015, 7:56 pm

Whytie

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Yeah I had it in a pulsar about 5 years ago, been sitting in a lockup ever since. Thought I'd throw it in this as it's nicer than stock.

23 Re: My little rasheen on 3rd November 2015, 1:55 pm

Whytie

Whytie
Working nightshift this week so got more time to work on the rasheen. I think I changed my mind 10 times as to what was the best way to tackle the wiring, didn't want to cut anything until ones 100% sure what was the best way to do it. The main prob is you don't have a reference of what the wires on the rasheen are without tracing them all through the loom.

Decided to remove engine again.


I decided to fit the rasheen 1.8 auto loom to the engine, this covered starter motor, det sensor, the 2 water temp sensors and speedo sensor. The rest of the wire loom I decided to make up myself,





All the wires I needed I stripped of a pulsar loom, made a separate loom and then wired them all into the ecu. I'm pretty confident it should all work as it should.

24 Re: My little rasheen on 3rd November 2015, 8:13 pm

gtir_woody

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Good work, at least by a making a new loom you can make it tidy and run the wiring how you want.

25 Re: My little rasheen on 3rd November 2015, 9:38 pm

Whytie

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I think this was the easiest way to do it hopefully.

Hooefully refit engine tomorrow and then look at making a intercooler setup with what I have lying around.

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