"Makes heroin addiction look like a vague craving for something
I purchased the car on the 1st of July 2003 from Graham
Kent in Tasmania (Australia) who very successfully campaigned the car
Targa Tasmania and other road events, in fact the car has run 7 Targas
and often won it's class. While the car was very competitive in the
developed by the Kents, it is the development and racing that are
entertaining for me, so it will always be a work in progress. Please
the site if you are interested.
The first improvement to the car was the fuel tank, as
I was having lots of trouble with fuel surge and loss of fuel pressure
coming out of left hand corners.
April 2004, installed eurothane bushes in rear
trailing arms and panhard rod. This has almost eliminated the axle
problem that was occurring powering out of corners. The Laycock
has also been modified to increase operating pressure, also with the
of a competition lining. I have also modified the operating circuit so
that it engages in all forward gears, with a relay operated reverse
activated by the gearbox reverse light switch.
Also Visit my other web sites -
Larry Varley's Austin
Healey 100 Restoration Site
Acme Fluid Handling Pty Ltd