Engine & GearboxFully rebuilt Citroen D6C making about 210 bhp at crank PT1604 315 deg kent cams + vernier pulleys Jenvey TBs Bosch 803 injectors Omex 600 management Twin baffles with trapdoors in alloy sump 306 gti6 windage tray 306 gti6 oil pump chain gaurd Steel sump sandwhich plate for more capacity Lowered oil pickup and uprated pump spring Additional 25psi oil pressure light fitted Mocal 13 row oil cooler and thermostat sandwich plate Decked to 11:1 comp ratio ARP conrod bolts Adjustable fuel pressure regulator vented crankcase breather catch tank 306 gti6 gearbox Quaiffe ATB LSD Adjustable quickshift linkages Dropped radiator for better air flow to TB's Longman ceramic coated bespoke exhaust manifold Magnex exhaust system on PP mounts Engine and GB all in nice shiney black POR15!
Suspension & SteeringGaz gold front coilovers and rear shocks Gaz eccentric top mounts Seam welded front sub frame 309 gti bones and driveshafts 309 gti ARB 309 gti rear beam on solid mounts OMP top strut brace Custom steering lock limiter on one side (gti6 box) All lowered a bit, cant remember how much, and powder coated nice shiney black!
Brakes306 gti6 front discs and callipers Standard rear calipers All discs cross drilled and grooved Green stuff pads Larger capacity master cyl (406?) Tilton brake bias valve
Wheels & Tyres15" speedlines or course! Toyo proxes t1S tyres
Bodywork & ExteriorReshell using low mileage export DFZ 1.9 auto gti (rare but shite) Auto bulge bonnet Full respray in original shiney black colour!
Interior & ICESparco sprint bucket seats in front Sabelt 4 point cam lock harnesses Sparco 6 point roll cage Stripped out rear seats but left the carpet and dash Cobra cat1 alarm / immobiliser Nodding dog
Comments & PlansProbably missed out a load but cant remember what I did! Built 95% by myself over a fair few years, including the engine build and gearbox overhaul. Had to get the pro's in for the decking of the block etc, cant fit a milling machine in the garage :( Built for track and road usage, but also just for the for the hell of building it in the first place. Have had 205s for years and years, and wanted a good one as a keeper.