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Old 22 Jun 2009, 18:11 (Ref:2488479)   #16
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Needs checking but I think it is five years.
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Old 23 Jun 2009, 03:27 (Ref:2488728)   #17
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DAVID PATERSON should be qualifying in the top 5 on the gridDAVID PATERSON should be qualifying in the top 5 on the gridDAVID PATERSON should be qualifying in the top 5 on the grid
For Group A, i believe it was 31 December, five years after original homologation.
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Old 6 Jul 2009, 22:59 (Ref:2496934)   #18
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You can order your homologation forms from your own ASN, of online at some websites like http://www.dmsb.de/index.html . The websites are quite a bit cheaper than some ASN's.
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Old 13 Jul 2009, 17:28 (Ref:2500974)   #19
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Does anyone have a copy of the MGB homologation papers?
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Old 13 Jul 2009, 19:39 (Ref:2501078)   #20
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Old 14 Jul 2009, 07:19 (Ref:2501363)   #21
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Terry has them tattoe'd on his . . .

.Sorry,something I never bothered with. But they are available from the MSA.
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Old 14 Jul 2009, 08:19 (Ref:2501393)   #22
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I called the MSA this morning and they have lots of homologation papers for the MGB so I just wanted to check so that I order the right one. For FIA Appendix K pre 66 racing do I need:

Paper dated 1965 GT198
Paper dated 1966 508
Paper dated 1962 GT72
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Old 14 Jul 2009, 08:37 (Ref:2501398)   #23
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I would have thought it to be 198.What year is your car?

Just remembered,[I think] the 508 is for the GT,so that leaves you with a choice of two.
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Old 2 Aug 2009, 21:56 (Ref:2514224)   #24
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Thats a useful looking document, but I dont see the Reliant Scimitar Coupe on it. Where do I go in that case?
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My pal Jimmy Morgan homologated the Scimitar, we were gong to go down that route but continued with the Capri`s .I think I have a coy somewhere ,guess I better turn out some cardboard boxes ! I remember some things we managed to include as we wanted to ru a Gp2 varient.
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If you find that Homologation paper for the Reliant coupe, please PM me a copy as it might be enough of a push to make us finish ours!

Assume it's the straight six with side rail & overdrive box? (if you have the ZF box, sell it! the Elite boys will give you thousands for it and once the Zodiac engine output exceeds 150 bhp you will knacker it anyway)

With triple SUs and a decent exhaust, a reliable 160 to 170 bhp can be found without a mays head & webers, although the Sabre Six was homologated with triple 40s and the Mays head if you find one that's not porous.
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Old 10 Aug 2009, 14:03 (Ref:2518829)   #26
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I had one of those pass through my hands once years ago, as I recollect it even has a Watts linkage standard does'nt it?
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If you find that Homologation paper for the Reliant coupe, please PM me a copy as it might be enough of a push to make us finish ours!

Assume it's the straight six with side rail & overdrive box? (if you have the ZF box, sell it! the Elite boys will give you thousands for it and once the Zodiac engine output exceeds 150 bhp you will knacker it anyway)

With triple SUs and a decent exhaust, a reliable 160 to 170 bhp can be found without a mays head & webers, although the Sabre Six was homologated with triple 40s and the Mays head if you find one that's not porous.
The critical thing is that it is oly homologated with the Webers or a single Zenith, the SU option is not homologated.
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Reliant Scimitar Coupe

The critical thing is that it is only homologated with the Webers or a single Zenith, the SU option is not homologated.

Some time ago I had a copy of the FIA papers for the Sabre Six, but where they are now is anyone's guess.

I do recall that only the Zenith and the Webers were homologated. I also recall there was an option for a watts linkage, four trailing arms, LSD and rear disc brakes, all from a DB4. Trouble is, Astons are a bit rare in the breakers yards.

I though there was a chance the Scimitar Coupe was homologated with the 3 su's as that was the only version sold as far as I know, at least until the v6 version came out.

The real surprise is that the coupe got homologated at all, as I thought it had no sporting history, or was that the GTE?
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Old 14 Aug 2009, 16:09 (Ref:2521428)   #29
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I would have thought it to be 198.What year is your car?

Just remembered,[I think] the 508 is for the GT,so that leaves you with a choice of two.
was the BGT homologated??? why doesnt anyone race this in appendix K? I always thought they were nicer looking than the regular B
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Old 14 Aug 2009, 16:15 (Ref:2521433)   #30
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