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    [NSW] FS MNR Vortx clubman kit



    looking to sell my MNR vortx clubman project. BEC (bike engined car)
    https://www.mnrsportscars.com/vortx





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    posted a photo of a complete car to show what they look like finished. my kit doesn't have the full cage, just a 'road' rollbar

    its a Vortx RT Inboard kit i imported from the supplier, all paperwork for iCV lodged in nsw. local importer quoted me 25k AUD at the time
    kit is very comprehensive, all body panels, fasteners, suspension components (combination rose joints and bushes), collapsible steering column, alloy fuel tank etc
    chassis built to suit CBR1000rr engine.

    gel coated body in bark blue, chassis powder coated black (assembled to the point where it is a roller, body not fitted)
    steel brake lines run, front to rear,
    alloy hard line for engine run (CBR are return-less EFI system) CBR pump mount welded to base of fuel tank and tank mounted in car

    on top of the items in the kit are (everything purchased new)WOV 2015 CBR1000RR supplied, bought written off from manhiems auctions, complete bike so engine, ecu, wiring harness, key etc all there. was planning on using the bike dash, key ecu etc dash broken in the crash.
    looking for around 16k, vehicle in sydney
    Last edited by bg0013; 25-09-19, 08:22 AM. Reason: for got an additional item

    #2
    That is brilliant, and very cheap.

    If I wasn't way too deep into three other project cars at the moment I'd be all over it. GLWS!

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      #3
      What has your engineer said about registration in general and in particular for a BEC?
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        #4
        the engineer is 'pro bike engine cars' with his own in the build.
        using a late model bike, emissions arent a problem, just all the usual's apply, decent CAT, muffler, carbon canister etc.
        induction noise can be a hurdle, but a decent airbox addresses that aswell.

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          #5
          It’s not a problem if it passes the states requirements for pollution just like any ICV. The Bike engine isn’t the issue except how some people implement them.

          The most obtuse things they can get prickly on are that it needs to be “a car” and there is an expectation that any licensed driver could operate it with minimal instruction. Things like how to select Neutral, Reverse gear etc are all things that need to be considered. essentially you’d want to confirm with the rego folks who’d be inspecting it on their tolerance for carrying over bike ideas.

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          Shed Project: 1994 Laser Lynx with BP-T

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            #6
            If anyone here is even remotely interested in a Clubbie these things are weapons. I test drove one these back in 2016 and was and experience. As for rego, I'd be inclined to say fuck rego and just trailer it. My Westfield even though is road registered, gets trailered to the track because you will need to take bits and pieces with you and it's just easier.

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              #7
              I thought ICV registration in NSW was effectively dead due to the question mark over ABS.
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                #8
                Very tempting given that I know an engineer that might be able to get this across the line in the ACT....

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Aaron View Post
                  It’s not a problem if it passes the states requirements for pollution just like any ICV. The Bike engine isn’t the issue except how some people implement them.

                  The most obtuse things they can get prickly on are that it needs to be “a car” and there is an expectation that any licensed driver could operate it with minimal instruction. Things like how to select Neutral, Reverse gear etc are all things that need to be considered. essentially you’d want to confirm with the rego folks who’d be inspecting it on their tolerance for carrying over bike ideas.
                  my engineers opinion, was it could be an air compressor engine, as long as it meets the emissions requirements, not an issue with a fuel injected bike engine and the normal prerequisites (CAT etc)

                  for gear control, i have seen a separate lever for reverse engagement (which was my plan) and paddles behind the steering wheel for up and down the gears.https://shop.mnrsportscars.com/colle...trols/Controls
                  relatively simple system using a cable to the bikes normal gear selector.
                  you can get simple gear display from ebay or similar which plugs into the bikes system to indicate gear position.

                  there is also the options of the push button controls, like proshift etc for the gearbox controls (i was going to get one of these systems and use a modified version of the gear paddles as a hand clutch, by deleting one paddle, as i am only allowed to drive an automatic car, which the only definition they could give me at the RMS was that it has 2 pedals),
                  Last edited by bg0013; 25-09-19, 01:37 PM.

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                    #10
                    Not allowed to drive an automatic car?? Getting off topic but care to expand?

                    PS I may need to talk to you about this car is a week or so, just need to those home used to idea of 9 cars. Shit is starting to be pushed up hill.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by MZ21 View Post
                      Not allowed to drive an automatic car?? Getting off topic but care to expand?

                      PS I may need to talk to you about this car is a week or so, just need to those home used to idea of 9 cars. Shit is starting to be pushed up hill.
                      sorry edited statement, 'I'm only allowed to drive an automatic' because of leg weakness from MS, i started the project before my lic conditions where changed, but was expecting to be able to drive it with the sequential box and an ignition cut on the gear changes when i was still allowed to drive manual etc
                      thats when i looked at other control changes, like the pushbutton gear change and a hand clutch.

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