Monthly Archives: September 2012

MOT round 2

Today I talked to the top man at the NI MOT. He was knowledgeable of both (P6 Jag) suspensions and asked how I had gone about some of the modifications, he seemed happy with my answers. He thinks if I … Continue reading

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MOT and modified cars in Nothern Ireland

Just back from the MOT. First the car drives great, it will benefit from some fettling with spring rates, damper settings and the addition of an Anti Roll Bar on the rear. The ride is very much like the De-dion … Continue reading

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Fitting the Narrowed Jag IRS under the Rover P6

Pulling the assembled IRS around the garage floor on a trolley jack was not fun. I’ll make a bespoke trolley to carry the IRS the next time it is removed from the car. Put after a struggle on my own … Continue reading

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Building the Narrowed Jag IRS

Finaly the time has come to building the Jaguar IRS for the final time. First I painted all parts with the POR-15 paint system.   Starting with the bare diff, I start building:   Until I have a complete assembly: … Continue reading

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Tie Rod plate, getting the angle correct.

If you remember I made a plate mounted at the end of transmission tunnel to take the radius rods. As I wanted to keep the rod end bearing as close as possible to this plate so getting an accurate angle … Continue reading

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