have 3d stickers made in the size of your badges done than show it off and sell them on the cupra r forum (tada another way to fund your time and effort )
It'll probably be cheaper and easier to get a car with a 4.2 that way I can take what I need when I need it.there a few kicking about on eBay ranging from 550 to a staggering 3300 pounds but that last one is low mileage, still in the car and comes with all ancillaries so can be heard running... all is depending on what you want/need to be on the 4.2 v8...
It's just the way I was told to do it by ProRace engineering. I belive the idea behind it is because the bores are quite close together, you only really have enough room for 1 groove between each cylinder. If 2 grooves were next to each other there wouldn't be enough meat left to support the copper wire and end up with a weak spot.Is that the new way to ring blocks?
Looks like you can use a much thicker wire and the joints are a lot better overlapped - than old school full ring on each bore