Sunday, September 1, 2013
Project update: the Sigma is drivable again!
My Sigma is finally all back together! Over the last two weeks I've fitted a new brake master cylinder, bigger GH Sigma brake discs and calipers, flushed old brake fluid and bled the brakes, fitted a thicker Selbys sway bar, new Nolathane bushes all around, fixed lots of little parts on the dash that were missing/broken, fixed a flat tyre, fixed remote boot release, fixed fuel filler cap and lock, and washed the car! Phew!
Labels: My Sigma
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Here are some burnouts I found of the FARKAL 351 V8 (5.8 litre Ford V8 engine) powered GH Sigma. Enjoy!!