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General => General Discussion => Topic started by: robrs2 on November 18, 2018, 17:27:40 PM

Title: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: robrs2 on November 18, 2018, 17:27:40 PM
Anyone on here on the Ford Sierra owners club forum? I have not been on for a long time but managed to log in to it, then changed my email address and now cant get back in.
Is the forum still in use?

Rob
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: Stroker on November 18, 2018, 21:35:14 PM
Yes still going.
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: bigro007 on November 19, 2018, 08:04:01 AM
Hi
this bigro007 from canada did you finally did your 3.5 liter stroker if so how did you did it thank

bigro007
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: Stroker on November 20, 2018, 06:16:30 AM
Hi
this bigro007 from canada did you finally did your 3.5 liter stroker if so how did you did it thank

bigro007
Hi, yes the 3.5 litre has been in the Sierra for about 4 years now. Really happy with it. :thumbsup:
Have a read at this thread https://passionford.com/forum/technical-essay-archives/487520-cologne-stroker.html (https://passionford.com/forum/technical-essay-archives/487520-cologne-stroker.html) it'll give you an insight on what's involved.
"3doorclone" also has had his 3.5L running for about 18months and is a member on "Fordpower".
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: robrs2 on November 22, 2018, 18:19:17 PM
Yes still going.

any chance you could post on there that i am trying to change my email address and i cant get the verification email.
I even tried to log on as a new user and i can't get the verification email at a different address either.
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: Stroker on November 22, 2018, 19:00:35 PM
Yes still going.

any chance you could post on there that i am trying to change my email address and i cant get the verification email.
I even tried to log on as a new user and i can't get the verification email at a different address either.

http://forum.fordsierraclub.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=57384 (http://forum.fordsierraclub.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=57384)
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: bigro007 on November 23, 2018, 07:55:43 AM
Yes still going.

any chance you could post on there that i am trying to change my email address and i cant get the verification email.
I even tried to log on as a new user and i can't get the verification email at a different address either.
hi thank you sir
yes so as i see the engine is pretty much reliable so far did you put much milage into it i was looking to use the ford 302 5.4 inch rod which would give you if i remember 1.62 angle ratio but now im fixing my sho yamaha engine which they are real beast one might end up into a mk1 capri don't know yet but thank for the reply its appreciated for sure nice job on your engine
bigro007
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: Stroker on November 24, 2018, 19:51:41 PM
Yes still going.

any chance you could post on there that i am trying to change my email address and i cant get the verification email.
I even tried to log on as a new user and i can't get the verification email at a different address either.

Have you managed to sort it out yet?
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: bigro007 on November 25, 2018, 07:46:51 AM
Hi
yes i have too many car and not enough work so far lol but yeah im getting there the reason is if i use the 5.4 inch rod with one a compression height of 1.025 inch then the idea is i would have to grind the crank to much but for now its the sho car for my daughter i want to get finish first if i complete the stroker it would probably end up in my tvr 280I if i can get to that before the ice age lol

bigro007
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: Stroker on November 25, 2018, 09:00:59 AM
Hi
yes i have too many car and not enough work so far lol but yeah im getting there the reason is if i use the 5.4 inch rod with one a compression height of 1.025 inch then the idea is i would have to grind the crank to much but for now its the sho car for my daughter i want to get finish first if i complete the stroker it would probably end up in my tvr 280I if i can get to that before the ice age lol

bigro007
Sorry bigro007 I was asking robrs2 if he got his login to Sierra Owners forum all sorted.
 
More than happy to chat about the 3.5L but will need to start a new thread as this is robrs2 thread on a completely different topic.
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: bigro007 on November 26, 2018, 07:55:51 AM
Hi
ok no problem on that did you had many picture taken when you did that stroker of your?
and how much horse and torque are you getting out of it thank
bigro007
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: bigro007 on November 27, 2018, 04:03:13 AM
Hi again
yes thank for the photo i hear what your saying the reason why i would use the 5.4 its only for grinding reason hopefuly it would be less of the crank grinding that all and also the reputation of the engine that doesn't last  specially i read dave thread about that stroker so then there is a little hope haha

bigro007
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: robrs2 on November 28, 2018, 21:26:41 PM
Yes still going.

any chance you could post on there that i am trying to change my email address and i cant get the verification email.
I even tried to log on as a new user and i can't get the verification email at a different address either.

Have you managed to sort it out yet?

Yes thanks.  Need to sort out why I’m not getting email notifications on messages now
Title: Re: Ford Sierra owners club forum
Post by: bigro007 on November 28, 2018, 23:51:00 PM
no problem
bigro007