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- Fri Jun 29, 2018 3:02 pm
- Forum: ProjectPuma
- Topic: My Puma.. Maximum Track Attack!!
- Replies: 1039
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Hiya, please tidy those brake hoses! It doesn't look like there's any slack in it which may lead to the hose or fitting being ripped with the suspension movement. Also it's a good idea to have an air loop in the pipe/hose to stop air getting further back into the brake pipes or master cylinder.
364431 I just did over 200 miles in 30' heat, including a couple of 30 minute sessions on track. Wringings its neck every step on the way. All on a standard radiator. Temp gauge was rock steady. A standard (good condition) is more than up to the job in a Puma. If your over heating. Check for blocka...
Hi all, are there any straightforward radiator swaps for the Puma? I'm running a standard Ford Fiesta/Puma rad and now temps are worrying me. The FRP rad seems to be the same model as the regular Puma, but does a Focus or Mondeo rad fit or offer a larger core?
It could be done but as others have said you would need to replace the ECU instruments and loom with that from a Puma. The Mk6 1.6 Fiesta engine is a minor evolution of the Sigma from the Mk5 which is closely related to the Puma lump. You should be able to use a combination of the engine mounts from...
Hi all, can anyone recommend anyone other than Plastics4performance for a side and rear window kit? I'm assuming it needs to be a formed kit due to the curvy nature of the Puma? Would like a choice and i'm grumbling at needing to spend over £400 for some plastic!
In my case i ran wires from the master switch back to the ignition switch, to kill all the power rather than just the ignition. But yes otherwise just cut the wire and put terminals on the 2 new ends you've just created.
Hi folks, I am prepping a Puma for racing and having had to ditch the OEM tank due to rust, i'm researching alloy tanks of around 20 litres and installation options. So what have you and how is it installed?