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Tuna's Cookie monster (SOLD)
« on: May 20, 2015, 09:09:15 PM »
Because I need to learn to drive fast and smooth without modifying the car first. More details to come.

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Current Mod List

Black - Installed
Blue - Ordered/Waiting to Install
Red - Planned

Engine/Exhaust/DriveTrain
Tom's Tune
K&N air filter
Short throw shifter
Shifter base bushings
Shifter cable delrin bushings
Fluids:
  - Tranny = Amsoil Manual Synchromesh Transmission Fluid (156812 mi)
  - Engine = Rotella T6 5W40 (156310 mi, 158325 mi, 161900 mi, 165660 mi, 168970 mi)

Handling/Wheels/Brakes
Racekar Wheels: Enkei RPF1 16x7 +43
Racekar Tires: BFG G-Force Rival S 1.5 215/45R16
DD Wheels: Core Racing Evo 7 17x7 +40
DD Tires: Michelin Primacy HP 215/45R17 stolen from the BRZ
Winter Wheels: Stock SVT (Contour?) rims 16x6.5 +49?
Winter Tires: Nokian Hakkapeliitta 8's 205/55R16
Koni struts with OEM springs (front and rear)
Rear sway bar: Eibach 25mm (with end links)
Urethane front LCA bushings
Front brake pads: unknown compound
Rear brake pads: Hawk HP+

Interior/Exterior
ST170 black headlights
Euro grill

Results
1st PAX Rookie 2015 AutoX Championship SASC/CSCC
1st Raw Rookie 2015 AutoX Championship SASC/CSCC
1st H Street at 2015 Canadian Nationals:



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Cookie: Modification/Repairs journal
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2015, 09:09:26 PM »
Ownership began at 155130 mi (249657 km)
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Modifications by previous owner:

-Koni struts/shocks
-Swaybar bushings
-Endlinks
-Rear control arms
-Front wheel bearing (Left)
-Front ball joints
-Exhaust piping
-Spark plugs/wires
-Coilpack
-Coolant reservior
-Coolant pipe and hose
-Synthetic transaxle fluid
-Oil change at 5k with synthetic

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Things I have done to the car:

155310 mi:
- replaced front wiper blades (19" & 22")
- installed K&N air filter

155697 mi:
- replaced front LCA's with OEM equivalent (RockAuto, ULTRA-POWER Part #'s K80405, K80406)
- replaced front end links with OEM equivalent (RockAuto, MEVOTECH Part # MK80066)
- replaced outer tie rod ball joints with OEM equivalent (RockAuto, TRW Part #'s ES3587, ES3588)
- replaced front rotors (RockAuto, CENTRIC Part # 12561071)
- serviced front calipers
- replaced rear rotors (RockAuto, CENTRIC Part # 12561074)
- serviced rear calipers
- replaced a short lug stud on the rear hub (RockAuto, DORMAN Part # 610340)
- replaced rear brake pads with Hawk HP+ (HB430N.547 D886)
- replaced front top hats with OEM equivalent (RockAuto, KYB Part # SM5169)
- replaced alternator (RockAuto, TYC Part # 208260)
- replaced alternator wiring pigtail (RockAuto, AIRTEX / WELLS Part # 1P1243)
- replaced passenger side engine mount (RockAuto, DEA Part # A3085HY)
- replaced cabin air filter (FRAM CF9118A - which is too large)
- replaced torque strut mount (RockAuto, DEA Part # A2939HD)
- replaced passenger front wheel bearing and hub (RockAuto, DURA INTERNATIONAL Part # 29518510)
- aligned front sub frame
- stored the inner tie rods because right now I really don't want to drop the sub frame.
- anti-seized every single uckfaying bolt that doesn't take thread locker.
- tossed a box of rear lug studs in the bin because they were too uckfaying short (RockAuto, DORMAN Part # 610440)

155706 mi:
- replaced front springs (OEM equivalent)
- replaced drivers side engine mount (RockAuto, ANCHOR Part # 2986)

155731 mi:
- replaced rear springs (OEM equivalent)
- replaced broken vacuum hose connected to vapour canister purge valve
- alignment (toe only...FFS)
- new 12V battery (not lightweight because HS class, mutter mutter)

156310 mi:
- oil & filter change
- swap out windshield lower trim

156550 mi:
- replaced accessory belt (RockAuto, GATES Part # K060837)
- replaced accessory belt tensioner (RockAuto, GATES Part # 38188)
- replaced accessory belt idler pulley (RockAuto, MOTORCRAFT Part # YS258)
- replaced water pump (RockAuto, GATES Part # 41013)
- fixed oil leak on PS pump (using seal kit) (RockAuto, DORMAN Part # 82540, EDELMANN Part # 8634)
- PS fluid flush with NAPA ATF Dexron III

156800 mi:
- replaced broken dipstick (Tasca, Part # 978Z-6750-DA)
- replaced shifter bushing (Tasca, Part # 97ZZ-7335-AA)
- replaced shifter selector arm (Tasca, Part # 97ZZ-7F116-GA)
- replaced shifter bushing (Tasca, Part # SVTBUSHING)
- replaced OEM SVT thermostat housing with Contour housing:
        - housing (Tasca, Part # F8RZ-8592-AG)
        - cover plate (Tasca, Part # F5RZ-8592-A)
        - coolant temp sensor (Tasca, Part # F8CZ-12A648-B)
        - upper housing bolts (Tasca, Part # W716735-S437)
        - thermostat outlet o-ring (Tasca, Part # W700319-S300)
        - thermostat (Tasca, Part # F8RZ-8575-CA)
- found an unbroken 3rd brake light and replaced it (aww yiss)
- found a decent lower air box case to replace the dicky one I had

156812 mi:
- replaced drivers side axle seal (Tasca, Part # 2M5Z-1177-BA)
- replaced passengers side axle seal (Tasca, Part # 2M5Z-1177-AA)
- replaced clutch slave cylinder (NAPA, Part # LSC362)
- swapped transmission for 125000 km unit (currently installed clutch looked fine)
- transmission fluid flush to Amsoil Manual Synchromesh Transmission Fluid

157480 mi:
- replaced front sway bar end link nuts with nylocs and doubled up with lock washers
- swapped existing front brake pads (which are woeful, apparently) for some given to me by PO. These are apparently Carbotech and have more bite than the last ones

157530 mi:
- replaced front Koni Yellows with new ones. Looks like the old ones were still okay. FML.

157542 mi:
- replaced passenger engine mount under warranty

158325 mi:
- oil and filter change
- reinstalled older front Koni Yellows
- serviced sticky left front brake calliper

158831 mi:
- changed timing belt(Amazon.ca, GATES TCK294A)/tensioner/idler and valve cover gasket (RockAuto, VICTOR REINZ Part # VS50394)
- measured valve lash (cold)
- gapped the spark plugs to 0.051"

159060 mi:
- replaced passengers side CV Half Shaft Assembly CARDONE 662171 (66-2171)
- replaced Front LCA bushings with Energy Suspension 4.3156G Bushings

161900 mi:
- oil and filter change
- new Moog RHS front ball joint (Rockauto, MOOG K80067)
- new shifter cables (Ford 2M5Z-7E395-AE) with custom made delrin bushings (AlextheMachinist.com)
- new short throw shifter (C-F-M)
- solid shifter base bushings (AlextheMachinist.com)

161923 mi:
- replaced canister purge valve (AutoZone, Duralast PV231)

165660 mi:
- oil and filter change
- replaced fuel filter
- new RHS front ball joint (Rockauto, MOOG K80067)
- new LHS front ball joint (Rockauto, MOOG K80067)

167450 mi:
- front O2 sensor (Motorcraft DY1401)
- front G-Loc brake pads (GP970-R6)

167700 mi:
- PCV valve (SMP V317)
- PCV valve elbow (Gates EMH174)
- PCV valve hose (Ford 2M5Z-6N664-AA)
- PCV grommet (Dorman 42059)


168970 mi:
- oil and filter change
- replace RHS front caliper with reman
- brake fluid bleed
- replaced passengers side CV Half Shaft Assembly

169400 mi:
- replace LHS front caliper with reman
- replace both front brake hoses
- replace both front hubs and bearings (RHS lasted barely 15000 mi)
- replace both front tophats

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Things to do:
- buy radiator plastic top hose (spare)
- Front swaybar PU bushings

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Cookie: DIY references and notes
« Reply #2 on: May 20, 2015, 09:09:38 PM »
 Focus Fanatics complete How-To archive READ FIRST

Part Numbers:
- oil filter - NAPA Gold 1315
- sump plug gasket - NAPA 704-1951
- radiator drain plug - Ford FOAZ-8115-A (or NAPA 605-1366)
- Motorcraft plugs AZFS-22C
- headlight low beam bulbs H7
- front O2 sensor - Motorcraft DY1401
- PCV valve - Ford YS4Z-6A666-BA (or SMP V317)
- PCV valve elbow - Ford F8CZ-6N664-AA (or Gates EMH174)
- PCV valve hose - Ford 2M5Z-6N664-AA
- PCV grommet - Ford F5RZ-6A892-A (or Dorman 42059)
- hatch strut - Ford 5S4Z-61406A10-A (or Dayincara0100 on Amazon)

Notes:
http://www.speedwayrecyclers.com

FocalJet Getrag transmission info

Gearbox repair

http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/general-technical-chat/212566-putting-head-back.html#post2953042

Valve clearance chart:
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/general-technical-chat/117788-valve-lash-adjustment-chart.html
Valve clearance check description (manual 303-01A-11):
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/zetec-performance-2000-2004/35697-valve-bucket-clearance-valve-adjustment.html

DIY - Suspension overhaul, complete with torque values:
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/brakes-suspension-body-chassis/198264-how-extensive-suspension-overhaul-front-rear.html

DIY - Front wheel bearing removal and install:
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/brakes-suspension-body-chassis/220746-tczx3s-complete-how-front-wheel-bearing-replacement.html

DIY - paint repair
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/mk1-focus/186895-complete-how-paint-thread.html
Remove hatch trim for paint repair:
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/mk1-focus/54593-how-remove-hatch-trim-reinstall-trim.html

DIY - PS pump replacement
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/general-technical-chat/226965-how-svt-zetec-power-steering-pump-line-replacement.html

DIY - seat heater fix
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/general-technical-chat/142285-heated-seat-how-fix.html


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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #3 on: May 20, 2015, 09:09:52 PM »
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #4 on: May 20, 2015, 09:17:05 PM »
Nice.
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #5 on: May 20, 2015, 09:18:28 PM »
 8) Looking forward to seeing what you do with this..  >:D

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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #6 on: May 20, 2015, 09:33:12 PM »
A CAR THAT IS NOT WHITE, SUBARU, AND IT'S OWNED, NOT LEASED BY THE TUNA?!?!?

BLASPHEMY!

Seriously though, I'm very curious to see what procures from your endeavour; hopefully speed.
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #7 on: May 20, 2015, 09:39:42 PM »
Dem ugly rims. Grats. Dibs on co-driving.
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #8 on: May 20, 2015, 10:07:26 PM »
Dude, no way! I had such a boner for the Focus SVT when it first came out. They pop up now and again for pretty darn cheap, and I've seriously considered buying one...

Although, they say the Getrag 6-speed is geared too tall for racing... I dunno, I gotta drive it.
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #9 on: May 20, 2015, 10:10:13 PM »
'Merican car?

Looks good. Looks like it has about 7 feet of ground clearance.
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #10 on: May 20, 2015, 10:24:59 PM »
Dem ugly rims. Grats. Dibs on co-driving.

They look like Core Racing Evo 7s.
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #11 on: May 21, 2015, 07:11:02 AM »
Nice car.
Well done.
Theres one that autocrosses here at Castrol all the time and it does well.

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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #12 on: May 21, 2015, 07:37:18 AM »
Wow, nice focus! An svt one at that what class are you going to be running this in autocross??

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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #13 on: May 21, 2015, 07:49:23 AM »
STF I think.
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #14 on: May 21, 2015, 09:32:19 AM »
For autocross or real racing?
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #15 on: May 21, 2015, 09:43:09 AM »
Autocross is real racing. It is.

I swear.

Nice car, S. Looks a lot better in your pictures than the seller's.

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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #16 on: May 21, 2015, 09:45:39 AM »
This is the 1st place pax car for AutoX from the first 2 events in Edmonton this year. You have some pretty shoes to fill trying to match the insane pace Craig can put down in these cars. 

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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #17 on: May 21, 2015, 09:47:03 AM »
STF I think.
Craig was running this one in HS. His other one was a STF car.

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« Reply #18 on: May 21, 2015, 09:49:04 AM »
This is the 1st place pax car for AutoX from the first 2 events in Edmonton this year. You have some pretty shoes to fill trying to match the insane pace Craig can put down in these cars.
Ooh, you know it's a good car if Tom has shown up in your thread to threaten you. ;)

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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #19 on: May 21, 2015, 10:01:12 AM »
Nice.
... and cheap

8) Looking forward to seeing what you do with this..  >:D
Nothing except cheap repairs replacing worn stock items... read further

Dem ugly rims. Grats. Dibs on co-driving.
I'm sure we can work something out if you're seriously interested. I had to promise my wife that I would keep to a budget. We haven't discussed the dollar value, but I'm sure I can do some crunching to see how much it costs to AutoX one of these for a year. Big dollar was initial purchase, next item is wheels and tires. Rest will be maintenance and running costs.

Dude, no way! I had such a boner for the Focus SVT when it first came out. They pop up now and again for pretty darn cheap, and I've seriously considered buying one...

Although, they say the Getrag 6-speed is geared too tall for racing... I dunno, I gotta drive it.
second gear AutoX should do just fine. Shifter is sloppy so I don't want to be missing/hunting for gears when it matters.

'Merican car?

Looks good. Looks like it has about 7 feet of ground clearance.
Despite smelling like an ashtray and being really filthy it's not in bad shape. Koni struts and stock springs means I should be sitting about the stock ride height. Despite this, the exhaust manifold has scrape marks on it so I might need to look for a spare.

Nice car.
Well done.
Theres one that autocrosses here at Castrol all the time and it does well.
Craig drives a red one in STF and he drove this one in HS a couple of times:
Overall ranking by raw time:
Rank Car# Class Driver           Car                    Raw Time   Score
 10   46    HS Craig T          2002 Ford SVT Focus      67.810  96.939

Overall ranking by PAX:
Rank Car# Class Driver           Car                    Raw Time  PAX #  PAX Time   Score
   1   46    HS Craig T          2002 Ford SVT Focus      67.810  0.796    53.977 100.000

Wow, nice focus! An svt one at that what class are you going to be running this in autocross??
HS for now... meaning not much can be modified. I've had a pretty good look at the rules and everything that can be done has been done to this car to max out HS.

For autocross or real racing?
AutoX

Autocross is real racing. It is.

I swear.

Nice car, S. Looks a lot better in your pictures than the seller's.

Gotta be the fastest turn around I've ever had from recommending a car to the recommendee buying it.
Thanks mate, I owe you one.

This is the 1st place pax car for AutoX from the first 2 events in Edmonton this year. You have some pretty shoes to fill trying to match the insane pace Craig can put down in these cars. 
Yeah, he's got nine years on my two events...

Ooh, you know it's a good car if Tom has shown up in your thread to threaten you. ;)

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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #20 on: May 21, 2015, 10:05:10 AM »
Despite smelling like an ashtray and being really filthy it's not in bad shape. Koni struts and stock springs means I should be sitting about the stock ride height. Despite this, the exhaust manifold has scrape marks on it so I might need to look for a spare.

Excellent, has it got a fatter rear sway bar fitted as well? The next thing to do would be find a cheap, light cat-back 'zorst to shave a bit of weight.
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #21 on: May 21, 2015, 10:07:16 AM »
Pull a GrantC - Unbolt that sumbitch, swap for straight pipe.
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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #22 on: May 21, 2015, 10:12:04 AM »
Excellent, has it got a fatter rear sway bar fitted as well? The next thing to do would be find a cheap, light cat-back 'zorst to shave a bit of weight.
Yes it has. Zorst can stay as is for now. It still has fresh welds on it and it's pointless blowing money on something that ain't broke and is marginally heavy.

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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #23 on: May 21, 2015, 11:14:03 PM »
Incoming:
- 215/45R17 RE-71R'S... probably the last in North America
- Two SVT stock rims to go with the two I already have (3rd is dented and will be an emergency spare)
- 4 brake rotors
- DOT4 fluid

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Re: Tuna's cheater car
« Reply #24 on: May 21, 2015, 11:58:01 PM »
To do;

Let RTP drive it
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