| posted on 8/11/19 at 11:28 AM||
|FS: Westfield SEiW Megablade (CBR1000RR)|
I'm in the process of buying this but plans may have to change and that would mean it is available for sale.
Please contact me via U2U in the first instance.
This car was built for the track from all new parts and completed in 2017. The chassis specifically for bike engines was purchased new at the end of
The engine is from a Honda CBR1000RR 2010 which is roughly 180hp. It was supplied by AB Performance as a fully rebuilt engine.
The original engine that was fitted to the car when I bought it suffered from oil starvation and came to an abrupt end. The new engine was recently
fitted but after suffering from an electric issue it was sent to AB Performance to investigate. After fitting a new stator and ECU the car is now up
The engine rebuild comprised of;
New main bearing shells
New big end shells
New con rod bolts
New case stretch bolts
New head gasket
New base gasket
New piston rings
New slipper clutch complete
Heavy duty clutch diaphragm
New oil filter
New valve stem seals
Valve clearances set
Built up on AB billet sump
Billet water pump delete kit
The car also benefits from AB airbox and billet throttle trumpets, an electric water pump, AB custom exhaust system (95db @ 7000rpm). It is fitted
with a Power Commander 5 with Quickshifter which had been mapped by Andy Bates.
Quaife reverse gearbox which is great as it is locked when in forward drive and only weighs 8kg
Quaife LSD in freelander casing
Wilwood 4 pot front and single pot rear brakes
Protech shock absorbers and rear anti roll bar
Team Dynamics 1.2 13” & Toyo R888R
Caged full roll cage fitted to the factory mounts
2 x Tillett B6 carbon seats with a 5 point and 4 point harness
DigiDash2 with GPS speedo and lap timer
Momo quick release wheel
Carbon front wheel arches
Brand new Yuasa battery
File full of receipts showing the build cost close to £28,000.
The car is currently not road registered but with the reverse gearbox and all lights fitted and working (normal, full beam, fog etc) it
shouldn't take too much to get it through. I spoke to Andy at AB Performance recently about putting it through an IVA and he thinks it
shouldn't have any big issues in doing so.
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| posted on 8/11/19 at 12:49 PM||
|I'm not in a position to buy, but I have to say it's a tidy looking car. I particularly like the rear end, which has a pleasingly
different look to the usual flat rear end of most 7 type cars. |
GLWTS if it goes that way.