5400M Build

5400M Build

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TVRMs

Original Poster:

1,802 posts

83 months

Thursday 7th January 2016
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Some progress.

New chassis with additional engine bay width to accommodate an exhaust system and allow proper maintenance - care of SD Autotech.

Body needed to be opened out down the tunnel to allow it to be dropped back over the chassis. Professionally done by Surface and Design.

Should be on the road later this year after Trim Unique have worked their magic.












gacksen

679 posts

102 months

Thursday 7th January 2016
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i do see horses there. looking great !

TVRMs

Original Poster:

1,802 posts

83 months

Thursday 7th January 2016
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400 I believe. Hi rise manifold and 650cfm carb smile

GTRene

11,805 posts

183 months

Thursday 7th January 2016
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jummie lick

stainless_steve

6,006 posts

217 months

Wednesday 13th January 2016
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Looking good John cool

TVRMs

Original Poster:

1,802 posts

83 months

Thursday 14th January 2016
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Cheers Steve. smile

BadassVixen

56 posts

57 months

Tuesday 9th February 2016
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Looks great, and it looks like I found the right forum to join, so I just added my shops Vixen build project and look forward to updates here also..

lfsv8

58 posts

91 months

Tuesday 9th February 2016
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If this doesn't represent the ultimate M-development (huge attention to engineering detail), it would be difficult to conceive of what might...
Well done for the courage to proceed Mr Simpson!

TVRMs

Original Poster:

1,802 posts

83 months

Tuesday 9th February 2016
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Well thank you Mr Shackleton smile

TVRMs

Original Poster:

1,802 posts

83 months

Thursday 3rd March 2016
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A bit of an update











Edited by TVRMs on Thursday 3rd March 14:13

Slow M

2,581 posts

165 months

Thursday 3rd March 2016
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Space saver spare?

Best regards,
Bernard.

TVRMs

Original Poster:

1,802 posts

83 months

Thursday 3rd March 2016
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Slow M said:
Space saver spare?

Best regards,
Bernard.
No spare at all Bernard, having driven T cars for the last 12 years with only a sealant for repairs, I guess I don't even think about a spare now.

Come to think, I've never carried a spare for the motor bikes I've ridden over the years either.. smile

Hopefully that's not me speaking too soon.........


Edited by TVRMs on Thursday 3rd March 16:27

GTRene

11,805 posts

183 months

Sunday 22nd January 2017
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any new updates?

TVRMs

Original Poster:

1,802 posts

83 months

Saturday 1st April 2017
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GTRene said:
any new updates?
Some interior shots.








Not far to go now smile

GTRene

11,805 posts

183 months

Tuesday 11th April 2017
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love it, looks as good work.

TVRMs

Original Poster:

1,802 posts

83 months

Thursday 6th September 2018
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First 700 mile complete with surprising little to rework. Very Happy. smile








Jhonno

3,781 posts

100 months

Thursday 6th September 2018
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That looks stunning.. Bet it goes well!

TVRMs

Original Poster:

1,802 posts

83 months

Thursday 6th September 2018
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Jhonno said:
That looks stunning.. Bet it goes well!
Thanks Jhonno, I am sure it will nip along nicely when finally run in and ignition timing advanced a little. smile


Edited by TVRMs on Thursday 6th September 19:26

Zeb74

171 posts

88 months

Friday 7th September 2018
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Congratulations! Nice work!
Happy you are in UK. In France, if you just want to put a bigger carburetor or bigger brakes, and still stay legal, it's almost impossible. Else, you have to pray for not having an important accident because insurance experts may find the modifications.

lfsv8

58 posts

91 months

Saturday 8th September 2018
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Looks magnificent, sufficiently developed to look special yet under-stated for all that (OK, except for the scaled-up bonnet bulge which has a practical purpose) and bet it sounds quite good too! Love the 'classic/solid' colour and period polished slot-alloys. Indeed all of the attention to detail; many congratulations, it's positively inspirational...