Reyland high performance brake conversions.

Compomotive motorsport wheels.


Sierra Cosworth 4x4

Unlike a lot of our project cars which were very eye-catching colours and featured in magazines as soon as they were built, this was our stealth bomber. We built it in 1990 and enjoyed several months of drag racing success and huge track day grip before people started to wonder why it got off the line so well and the handling was so planted... when a few people knelt down, looked underneath and spotted the front drive shafts our secret was out!

To this day, we still help many customers build cars which pack far more power and performance than the exterior of theirs cars suggest.

This car appeared in several magazine features which can be viewed if you click here.

0-60: 3.6sec
0-100: 8.5sec
Quarter mile:
Top Speed: 165mph

Motorsport 200 block
7.2:1 forged pistons with valve cut-outs
Lightened and balanced crank rods and flywheel
Uprated oil pump, touring car-spec head, dowelled inlet manifold
K&N cone air filter
T4 turbo running 30psi
RS500 throttle body, plenum chamber, fuel rail, fuel regulator
Eight dark green (803) injectors
L8 ECU with WI & Pectel eight injector control board
Pectel monitor
19row oil cooler & Tarcal oil breather/separator
Water injection


Ford MT75 gearbox with Quaife gear kit
Quick-shift kit & solid alloy gear remote
Quaife ATB front diff in Ford Motorsport thick wall casing
7in ZF plated rear diff in modified casing & alloy diff guard
Hydraulic clutch with Girling master cylinder & BMW slave cylinder
Modified clutch arm
Honda remote reservoir
Alcon six-paddle clutch plate with AP uprated cover
Hydraulic fly-off handbrake

RS500 replica bodywork.
Sapphire Cosworth 4x4 alloy wheels fitted after initial build