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Sagaris LS7 engine almost ready for first fire-up!
The oil take off pipe from the engine is also bespoke and has been made to fit within the constraints of the engine bay.
We have also bespoke made the proshaft to bridge the extra length required to join the propshaft between the gearbox and diff.
The lower steering column has been moved to a new location to make way for the new exhaust system.
We still have a way to go. We are aiming to make the final installation of the engine on Monday and fire up the engine for the first time on Tuesday evening. (Paul will be there for the big event).
Then of course there is all the wiring but that’s another subject…..!
Since starting this blog, we currently have another customer awaiting installation of an LS3 engine into his Cerbera and the engine has arrived at our workshop.
We have another customer, a Griffith owner, who has confirmed that he would like to go ahead with the conversion too.
Oh and we are in the process of an LS7 engine rebuild for our Marcos Mantis in time for next weekend’s race…it’s a hive of activity here!
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