- Fit the speed sensor
- Contralube 770 all the electrical connections
- Move the axle stands to sit under the de-dion
- Silicone the edge between the chassis and lowered floor to prvent water ingress.
- Spray a bit more dinitrol in.
- Tidy up the caterham boxes and my tools.
When I first put the sensor in the Rear ARB bracket I noticed only half the sensor was looking at the wheel on the driveshaft. I had read from other blogs that this may be any issue.
2 minutes later, courtesy of the dremmel and the sensor was in a far better position.
NOTE - Now that the engine is running and I can check the speedo, I found that even though I had moved the sensor to be more aligned with the teeth it was not good enough. I ended up removing the sensor bracket and adding insome washers between the bracket and ali block. This pushed the sensor to the center of the teeth and suddenly I was able to register speed.
What are these and do I need to use them ? Can't see a use for them just yet.
Found a use for the above items. It turns out right at the back of the manual there is a picture showing them located in the rear brake caliper. Must be something to do with stopping the brakes squeaking or making sure the disc springs slide on a clean surface.
The left side completed.
I thought this may be useful to others. I kept using the M10x65mm when I should have used the M10x55mm.
Suddenly there are very few Caterham boxes left in the garage.