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Tiger 6 S2000 engined, Norfolk, Kit car finisher/updater required
hellbent345 - 14/4/15 at 04:53 PM

Hi Guys,

My boss has recently bought an S2000 engined Tiger R6, which is in dire need of a complete rewire, some modifications to the centre tunnel to fit larger buttocks, an investigation into a leak at the back of the car (seemingly from the quaife diff), an investigation into a leak from one or more of the master cylinders at the front of the car, a cooling system redesign as it overheats even blasting around the track, and a general tidy up..

Can anyone recommend a decent kit car finisher etc. in the Norwich/Norfolk area that he could just leave the car with and get it back nice and tidy?

Many thanks for any help,


matt5964 - 14/4/15 at 05:05 PM

Tiger are biased in Wisbech which is about 1h 20 from Norwich down the A47

they would be worth a shout.

Dick - 14/4/15 at 06:53 PM

Your be lucky to change the tunnel to get more room in an r6 they are close to the prop and diff nose anyway

sam919 - 14/4/15 at 08:12 PM

AB Performance

wombat - 14/4/15 at 10:39 PM

Ok so because I'm biased for I live and work near Tiger, but they will do a good job for you.
IVe seen some real decent work come out of their workshop.
Give Paul Dudley a ring.
Also post on Tiger Owners Club, I'm sure you will get same response.
Also they IVA at Norwich , so they might even pick it up on way back!
Good luck

hellbent345 - 15/4/15 at 10:19 AM

Thanks for the replies guys, looks like he's going to give Tiger a ring and see how much they can do,

We had a look at the tunnel and all he would want would be an extra 25mm or so on the top rail where the edge of a fibreglass seat impinges - basically he can sit in the seat fine outside the car as the fibreglass bends slightly, but when in the car the top rail prevents the seat from expanding. Thinking about just moving the top rail itself over by the amound required, this looks like it would still leave enough room diagonally to the prop and flange (though perhaps the prop would be rotating rather close to his posterior...)

cr500dom - 2/2/16 at 02:20 PM

Hi Alan