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Post by gatouille » Mon Oct 15, 2012 3:05 am

You have an email Jim, may I do a new topic about exhaust ?
I've got several photos about nice manifolds...
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Post by GarthW » Mon Oct 15, 2012 3:26 am

Very bizarre looking manifolds there.
Those Gotti rims look so much like mine its crazy. I've never seen gotti rims before, must be quite rare?
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Ecu and injectors, lightened.....plays music.
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Post by gatouille » Mon Oct 15, 2012 8:25 am

Gotti is a famous french brand for Renault 8 gordini Renault Alpine and sport's car...
It's stil exist
http://www.mjl.fr/main/produits.php?cat ... fe14f4f71b

I can't see your car because the picture is too small GarthW, I think you'va got ZENDER rims ?
If yes, they are almost the same but Zender are monobloc, Gotti are in 3 different parts.

GOTTI (not mine)
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Zender
(Screw are not real one)
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Post by GarthW » Mon Oct 15, 2012 1:18 pm

Oh their French? Yep never heard of them. Once polished they would look great.
I just polished up mine and damn they look new, get some autosol and a polishing wheel for a dremel or whatever and give them a resto. I'd post a pic of mine but that would be hijacking your thread. :)
For some reason on this website i have never been able to have a nice pic on the avatar, i've tried everything, so the wheels are very hard to see.
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Post by gatouille » Tue Oct 16, 2012 12:05 am

Nice job is polish it like brand nexw one and then using a "varnish" for motorcycle motor or gear box casing.
I'll stay nice and will be easy to clean.
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http://www.restom.net/moteur-pont-boite ... ..-250.htm

When using 20% solvant is indicated.

Rims will stay nice for years

That what I'm going to do with my rims, because I hate hard working :mrgreen:
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Post by gatouille » Tue Oct 23, 2012 4:52 am

From ebay

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I use special "screw" from Renault
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Post by gatouille » Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:54 am

The other side

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Post by gatouille » Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:50 am

It did start !
After 14 month of job to rebuilt the V6 motor :D :D

I'm very happy :D

This afternoon it will time to test it...
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Post by fedezyl » Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:41 am

gatouille wrote:It did start !
After 14 month of job to rebuilt the V6 motor :D :D

I'm very happy :D

This afternoon it will time to test it...

Nice!! :D
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