Youtube project series - Toyota GT-Four engine & running gear in Austin Mini 1000

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    https://www.youtube.com/user/badobsessionmsport/videos

    Not sure if this has already been posted, came across this channel and it's worth a look at their series called 'project binky', 3 episodes so far, interesting to see how the jig work was done (well for me anyway! others on here may already have experience of it)




     
  2. 711jrp Banned

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    poor little mini.....
     
  3. mfletch

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    I enjoyed that thanks for posting I once put a V8 into a Vauxhall victor great fun
     
  4. johnik

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    Brilliant,thanks for posting theat,they deserve an oscar :clapping:
     
  5. Psychosaffa

    Psychosaffa The Angry African.

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    That is awesome! Some great fabrication there! Thanks for posting.
     
  6. brokenbiker

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    I didn't think that engine would fit. Very good videos
     
  7. brokenbiker

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    would also like yo note the b and q performance power grinders. There must be something good about them lol
     
  8. mfletch

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    B&Q Performance power/ Do they come with a three year warrantee
     
  9. brokenbiker

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    haven't a clue. Mine has stood up to some abuse and outlived 2 makitas though
     
  10. mfletch

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    Just checked and they have a 2 year guarantee

    I was just thinking that he uses them so much he could just keep taking them back when there knackered
     
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  11. brokenbiker

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    quite a few people do
     
  12. Caledonian

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    One to watch, in my favs now. I like the grinder stand :)
     
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  13. brokenbiker

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    the missus isn't happy about this. Ive watched all 3 episodes a few times now and she has now realised that every time i watch it soon after i end up on ebay...looking for a rusty car...
     
  14. Angusdog

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    Thanks to brokenbiker's comment, I watched the last episode and now I'm hooked. I have a MkII shell awaiting a reason to live again. I really want to build a big block harley-engined mini driving a rear transaxle (Porsche?) for giggles. Goddamit internet, I was due to have a quiet life wi' me family, dogs and the telly...
     
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  15. visor_down

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    Episode 4 just up
     
  16. Wallace

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    You're a bad man making me watch all these videos, good job I've just cracked a beer otherwise I'd write and complain.
     
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  17. brokenbiker

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    cant wait to see this finished
     
  18. mylesdw

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    I had one of those! Agreed great fun.
     
  19. brokenbiker

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    episode 5 is here

     
  20. shakyman

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    thanks for posting link..i,d forgotten about this...crazy amount of work/skill/time/talent etc..truly remarkable!
     
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