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cosmick

posted on 9/5/18 at 07:18 PM Reply With Quote
Westfield SEiW Megabusa

Probably one of the best sorted Megabusa's is now up for sale.


The car was factory built for the original owner. I am only the second owner and have owned this car for 9 years during which time it has been refined to its current state.

It has a Gen1 engine with a Gen 2 crank taking it to 1340cc.
Quaiffe reverse gearbox
3.36 Limited slip diff
Modified Hayabusa air box with minimal induction noise.
Westfield Dry sump system.
Suzuki in tank fuel pump system
H.I.D headlamps
Hayabusa full functioning dashboard including fuel gauge and fuel consumption
3 sets of wheels with tyres 2 sets Team Dynamics 15" and 1 set 13" Image split rims
Full wet weather soft top and doors
Dynojet Power Commander
Protech shocks
Age related number plate NOT Q plate
Modified clutch mechanism with nice bite point

Has been timed at 12.9 seconds on the 1/4 mile with a terminal speed of 113 MPH

The car is very quick and yet smooth to drive and is very mild mannered when driven conservatively.

Please contact me if you are interested either via Facebook or on 07703 777103

12,000 located in Polegate East Sussex













[Edited on 9/5/18 by cosmick]

[Edited on 9/5/18 by cosmick]





If it can't be fixed with a hammer then its probably an electrical problem.

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cosmick

posted on 18/5/18 at 05:00 PM Reply With Quote
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If it can't be fixed with a hammer then its probably an electrical problem.

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cosmick

posted on 4/6/18 at 06:29 PM Reply With Quote
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If it can't be fixed with a hammer then its probably an electrical problem.

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Beamerboy

posted on 4/6/18 at 06:45 PM Reply With Quote
Price

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cosmick

posted on 4/6/18 at 08:12 PM Reply With Quote
12000.





If it can't be fixed with a hammer then its probably an electrical problem.

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cosmick

posted on 22/6/18 at 09:22 PM Reply With Quote
SOLD SOLD SOLD

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