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Hello All.

 

Quick introduction here as many will already have heard of us specialising mostly in the Honda Type-R and S2000 range of cars but we have also looked after a lot of Nissan's in the past from 350Z, 370Z, S13 and 14's and all flavours of the Skyline GTR's. I still own a big power GTR33 and Ben one of the engineers was also NW Area rep for the GTRO for many years so we are pretty familure with the "Smokey ol Datsuns" ;) and with nearly 10 years of operating as TDi North have a lot of experience under our belts. I'm also currently on the lookout for a 350Z to use as a development platform for ourselves.

 

We have vast experience in building, modifying and tuning cars from everyday road use to full blown race cars competing successfully in many events from Time Attack, Britcar, Vtec Challenge, Rallying, Hill climbs, Sprints, drag racing and general trackdays.

 

We are one of the few official Mugen retailers and carried out development work directly for Honda UK so people high up are aware of the standard of work we can deliver plus dealers for quality names such as PPG transmissions, Nitron suspension, Rotrex and CT Engineering superchargers, ERL, Brian Crower and Cosworth engine components. We also offer ECU calibration with our in-house dyno facility with vast experience of Hondata products including S300, K100, Kpro and Flashpro, DTA, AEM EMS, Apexi, Link, Syvecs and are HKS Power writers.

On top of this we have recently become Uprev tuners with full backup and support from Abbey Motorsport where we can also offer the full range of tuning packages.

 

Services we can offer as well as general servicing include modifications, dyno tuning, full suspension setups and trackside support.

 

We are very busy in the workshop and not an internet sales company and the best form of contact for help, assistance or any quotations etc is to drop us an email where we can get back to people as soon as we see them.

We also have a Facebook page which we try to keep regularly updated with news and offers which maybe of interest as well as give a quick point of contact for any questions/queries etc.

 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/TDI-North/161504377204839?ref=hl

 

Paul.

 

Email - info@tdi-north.com

Phone - 01925 289100

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Welcome , nice to know there is a 350z specialist near to me now :)

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Since I mentioned I was seriosuly looking for a car all Ben has done is send me pm's, texts and facebook links on mad ass Z's with massive aero and carbon bits hanging off them. I think he knows me well! :lol:

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Excellent, a very local garage for me to get to who can do an uprev :yahoo:

 

Im based in Macclesfield. :thumbs:

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Welcome chaps.

I hear you're doing my friend George's s2k turbo conversion! :)

 

Now that thing is bloody dangerours!

We had it back in for a while to do a few changes like valvesprings, filter relocation, oil cooler kit then he's been out the country a fair bit. I'm starting to think he is using us just for dry storage over winter! :dry:

Plan was to do Marham then get it back in to fit a forged motor and do the fuel system so we can up the power (Over 600 which its pegged at now) but bit unsure whats going to happen now thats been canned.

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Welcome chaps.

I hear you're doing my friend George's s2k turbo conversion! :)

 

Now that thing is bloody dangerours!

We had it back in for a while to do a few changes like valvesprings, filter relocation, oil cooler kit then he's been out the country a fair bit. I'm starting to think he is using us just for dry storage over winter! :dry:

Plan was to do Marham then get it back in to fit a forged motor and do the fuel system so we can up the power (Over 600 which its pegged at now) but bit unsure whats going to happen now thats been canned.

 

I've seen some pictures and video's been posted up of the car, good progress so far.

 

Has the forged motor been completed and is now ready to fit? Or are you guys still trying to find the limit of the stock block? (is what George told me! :lol:)

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Welcome chaps.

I hear you're doing my friend George's s2k turbo conversion! :)

 

Now that thing is bloody dangerours!

We had it back in for a while to do a few changes like valvesprings, filter relocation, oil cooler kit then he's been out the country a fair bit. I'm starting to think he is using us just for dry storage over winter! :dry:

Plan was to do Marham then get it back in to fit a forged motor and do the fuel system so we can up the power (Over 600 which its pegged at now) but bit unsure whats going to happen now thats been canned.

 

I've seen some pictures and video's been posted up of the car, good progress so far.

 

Has the forged motor been completed and is now ready to fit? Or are you guys still trying to find the limit of the stock block? (is what George told me! :lol:)

 

The block is 100% stock. All thats different is a set of uprated valvesprings.... Oh and a mahoosive turbo strapped to it!

It's got a Walbro in-tank and some 1000cc ID's with uprated fuel pressure and we have maxed thout out so only way to up power is a full fuel system and forged block. They are running similar power in the US on stock blocks but its with stuff like Q16 and big fuel system and less boost. Nobody is running what we are still on regular pump gas.

 

We have another block here we are starting to order parts for and build will be mid year I would think. To be fair it really doesn't need more power but you know George. I understand he's already been showing a few built exotica a clean pair of heels! :lol:

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Welcome chaps.

I hear you're doing my friend George's s2k turbo conversion! :)

 

Now that thing is bloody dangerours!

We had it back in for a while to do a few changes like valvesprings, filter relocation, oil cooler kit then he's been out the country a fair bit. I'm starting to think he is using us just for dry storage over winter! :dry:

Plan was to do Marham then get it back in to fit a forged motor and do the fuel system so we can up the power (Over 600 which its pegged at now) but bit unsure whats going to happen now thats been canned.

 

I've seen some pictures and video's been posted up of the car, good progress so far.

 

Has the forged motor been completed and is now ready to fit? Or are you guys still trying to find the limit of the stock block? (is what George told me! :lol:)

 

The block is 100% stock. All thats different is a set of uprated valvesprings.... Oh and a mahoosive turbo strapped to it!

It's got a Walbro in-tank and some 1000cc ID's with uprated fuel pressure and we have maxed thout out so only way to up power is a full fuel system and forged block. They are running similar power in the US on stock blocks but its with stuff like Q16 and big fuel system and less boost. Nobody is running what we are still on regular pump gas.

 

We have another block here we are starting to order parts for and build will be mid year I would think. To be fair it really doesn't need more power but you know George. I understand he's already been showing a few built exotica a clean pair of heels! :lol:

 

Yeah we've got people lined up for his S2k...! lol

but somehow I think the car will become entirely a drag car, which I dont think he minds either way.

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