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type37
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Very good website

Post by type37 » Sat Oct 06, 2012 7:36 pm

There is a website called "Westfield World". The title is a little misleading as it is not limited solely to Westfields. There is a very useful engine comparison where you enter a particular engine (from a menu) and in another box beside it you enter another motor. You can then compare the 2 motors literally side by side-things like the weight, height, length, power output in standard form plus a very brief summary of tuning potential and the power oututs that you can expect with various mods.
There's also a part where you can have a picture of a 7 and then proceed to colour it in to visualise your paint scheme on the real thing.

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Re: Very good website

Post by bzrse7en » Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:14 am

The engine tool looks quite handy, although it would be great to have it more pertinent to us in NZ and on this site?
However, the problem with it is that one person will measure their engine differently, weigh it with different brackets, with/without starter, air con, flywheel etc.. and take dimensions at different points, one bloke might measure height including the lifting bracket, another won't take in consideration the oil filler cap, so we end up with measurements that cannot be relied upon. Sorry to be all negative about it, it would work if there were specific parameters.
McGregor's have a pretty good colour tool on their site.

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Re: Very good website

Post by nz_climber » Sun Oct 07, 2012 8:52 pm

The Mcgregor Colour tool is way better than the westfield one!

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