Noble photo's

Noble photo's

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Ian Perry

Original Poster:

246 posts

111 months

Friday 24th April
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So in an effort the revive this forum let's see your Noble be interesting to see what mods have been carried out

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Mods ,up rated radiator ,new floor ,carbon interior ,up rated shocks /springs ,new wing end caps ,larger inter cooler ,new manifolds , new wheels PH group buy..Mainly sensible things so far .

GTO600

1,874 posts

206 months

Friday 24th April
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Unmodified

Ian Perry

Original Poster:

246 posts

111 months

Friday 24th April
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Lol ,that's epic .

AMG Merc

11,915 posts

208 months

Monday 27th April
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Don't do mods but...

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JAZ 34

564 posts

198 months

Wednesday 29th April
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One of the rare occasions the car gets out from storage in Aberdeen. Just 12k miles since new !

Blu3R

2,243 posts

154 months

Wednesday 29th April
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Only a few little jobs on mine since last summer


TuxMan

8,973 posts

193 months

Wednesday 29th April
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Another standard one 😎😎


AMG Merc

11,915 posts

208 months

Wednesday 29th April
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TuxMan said:
Another standard one ????

Like it better un-stickered. biggrin

stevegto3

428 posts

92 months

Wednesday 29th April
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My last trip into work in London before Lockdown :-(

tonyvan

896 posts

163 months

Wednesday 29th April
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Finally off ramp and ready for the summer then lockdown kicked in.



Lord Flashheart

3,358 posts

148 months

Thursday 30th April
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One of the last photos I took of my 3R before selling it on at the end of last summer. The idea was to be in the replacement M400 this Spring, but obvious circumstances have brought that idea to a screeching halt! Hopefully we'll be out of lock down sooner than later and I can get on with it.



doug_porsche

39 posts

62 months

Friday 1st May
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doug_porsche

39 posts

62 months

Friday 1st May
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JayH888

263 posts

106 months

Saturday 9th May
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Before the lockdown 😁

tonyvan

896 posts

163 months

Tuesday 19th May
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Looks like I have two now!!!!! lol

Midlifecrisis71

2,867 posts

230 months

Wednesday 20th May
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Sorry I cant remember my Thumbsnap password !! It was so 1997 !!

Driven

55 posts

64 months

Wednesday 20th May
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This forum is a bit...crap. But, since I like photos.

Mods:
- Honda 4 cylinder (K24A2) swap, lost 45kg(100lbs) of curb weight; 610whp, 485tq on a mustang dyno (similar to dyno used in the UK)
- GTX35R w/ 1.06AR. Full boost at 5000rpms, makes power to 9000rpm redline.
- quaife sequential gearbox with geartronics flatshift
- difflow diffuser
- APR GTC500 rear wing
- bunch of other minor stuff like undertray hardware changes.





Ian Perry

Original Poster:

246 posts

111 months

Thursday 21st May
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Driven said:
This forum is a bit...crap. But, since I like photos.

Mods:
- Honda 4 cylinder (K24A2) swap, lost 45kg(100lbs) of curb weight; 610whp, 485tq on a mustang dyno (similar to dyno used in the UK)
- GTX35R w/ 1.06AR. Full boost at 5000rpms, makes power to 9000rpm redline.
- quaife sequential gearbox with geartronics flatshift
- difflow diffuser
- APR GTC500 rear wing
- bunch of other minor stuff like undertray hardware changes.




Yes this forum has died a death ,so if anyone does drop by please contribute and we may revive it .Nice car by the way.

andygtt

8,323 posts

219 months

Tuesday 26th May
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Entering into the spirit of this thread, my cars in bits ATM so no full car pictures, but have been knocking together a few new parts for my car recently.

New design of dash for the car, full carbon of cause










Electric water pump and fitment of Jag VVT heads mean I moved the Thermostat to the front of the car.


I also upgraded the brakes (8 pot fronts and 6 pot rears, 370mm discs) and modified the uprights to take different wheel bearings (different offset position as well) so I can fit larger BMW bearings and hubs from an M5, now I can pick and choose from a large range of off the shelf wheels, I have 11inch rears and 9.5inch fronts under standard arches.














Engine bay is pretty different now as well with the VVT heads, Dry sump, ITB's and carbon plenum... Im currently in the process of building myself and entirely brand new engine from the crate Jag engine I bought.



Lots of other less interesting mods have been done, such as binning the entire power steering setup and fitting a manual rack and different column, different gearbox, new pedals, new ECU, electric handbrake etc etc







JW027

406 posts

95 months

Friday 29th May
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Wow Andy amazing work! The carbon looks amazing!