Eibach Pro-Kit springs are the way to go. Top quality product, should deliver a sensible 35mm drop.
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Diplomat seats are a different design to the Turbo seats, the latter having an extended base cushion, deeper bolsters etc. You wouldn't be able to fit the covers from one to the other, and the rear bench on a Turbo is a different design to non-Turbos. The only option you have is to hold tight for a ...
The Cavalier Turbo didn't come with white dials. These are aftermarket inserts supplied by Lockwood et al. The white oil and pressure gauge dials that many fit were only standard equipment on Calibra Turbos (and I think late Calibra SE9s).
Remove all old sealant and contaminants using a suitable solvent-based fluid, such as Autobrite Direct 'Just The Tonic' glue and tar remover
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PVS is but a couple of weeks away! This year's show features a special Cavalier Turbo 4x4 stand celebrating twenty-five years of one of Vauxhall's best loved models. We'll be presenting ten outstanding examples of the C20LET-powered four-wheel drive super saloon, ranging from spotless standard speci...
Announcement from the Vauxhall Bedford Opel Association: "We are please to announce that we have secured a new venue for the 2017 VBOA National Rally at Market Harborough Showground, which is approximately 18 miles from the original venue. Full details on date, booking etc will follow on the 1s...
Point 1 could well be rotten rubber. Point 2 is almost certainly ignition components: leads, plugs, coil pack. I have a brand new Bosch OEM V6 coil pack up for grabs if you're interested? As mentioned above, points 3 and 4 are the symptom of a blocked 'elephant trunk' drainage hose. A quick and easy...
According to the Autobahnstormers website, "unfortunately, bookings where lower than the first year it ran!"
This event has been cancelled.
Mk3alan wrote:I use the wheel dressing applied to a brush then brush it on the tyre wiping off any excess - brilliant
That's my preferred method too. It makes the bottle go a lot further and avoids overspray on bodywork.
lowrider dave wrote:I cannot make it but can someone look out for the fuel gauge assembly that fits into the fuel tank for a C20NE - 90443382 is the number, I believe. Thanks.
Genuine Part Search are listing one at £70, although you probably already know that.
Justslater002 wrote:Started life as a GLS V6 , well done
Ahhh, nice one. I could have sworn Barry (previous owner) told me it was a CDX!
James McGrath wrote:That's a shame Dan, have fun in Greece.
I'll try. I have a passenger ride with Ken Block lined up. Ooer!
Welcome, Dan! Great to see what is quite a famous car being afforded a new lease of life. Looking forward to project progress reports. Don't hesitate to holler if you're in need of advice etc.
Hello and welcome. Awesome looking V6 you have there. Glad to hear it's back on the road. Did it need any work for the MOT? Presuming the engine is original, it's either a GLS or an original "V6" trim model with lots of goodies added on. Am I right? The lack of air-con and the grey carpet...
So, what did I get up to yesterday? Well, almost three years to the day since our club's North Norfolk A149 coast run, I drove the same route again, but this time I did it in the Vauxhall Heritage Centre's own Mk5 Astra VXR Nurburgring Edition. Inspired by our earlier outing, I expanded the route an...
Ads wrote:can someone tell me why this post has been edited, removing all mention of CTOC.
I've been asking the very same thing about links to here from CTOC
My fault - trigger happy with 'submit' instead of 'preview' when correcting broken link. Feel free to repost.
Hello, and welcome to the club! I have two Cavalier Turbos atm, and there is no doubt that the model has commanded a higher price in recent years, although I would argue that this is in line with the rate at which classic/retro performance cars have risen across the board, primarily as a consequence...