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R5 gordini parts needed

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Repair' started by herb2000, May 10, 2015.

Discuss R5 gordini parts needed in the Troubleshooting and Repair area at TurboRenault.co.uk.

  1. herb2000

    herb2000 Well-Known Member

    Hi gordini boys!!

    Need a bit of advice!

    How to assemble the rear seats (photos preferred)

    Parts required below

    Both rear seat belts

    2no dashboard panels, above and below the steering column

    Wire from the ecu (not called that but dinner no what it it) see picture

    And a Rev thingy!! See pictures

    Will put pictures up tomorrow
     
  2. Mark

    Mark Well-Known Member

    Ref rear seat belts, has your car the mounting bracket for the inertia reel welded to each rear turret? If not you can fit these non inertia ones , which do bolt straight in to the bolt holes already on the car, easy install and you know they are good quality. You can also buy just a lap belt if required.

    See the link, my old red car had the bracket as per the photo in the link.............
    http://turborenault.co.uk/t15144/

    I also purchased the front ones which were a bit more tricky to fit as I had to modify the bracket from the old seat belts, but got there eventually.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Renault-R...635?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3f20bb2e43
     
    Last edited: May 11, 2015
  3. Mark

    Mark Well-Known Member

    Split rear seats for all Gordini's, single for le car turbo, the pivots points are tight to get in, I use a long bar to lever the pins in..................
    i476.photobucket.com_albums_rr128_5gordini83_DSCF7970.jpg
    i476.photobucket.com_albums_rr128_5gordini83_DSCF7971.jpg
    i476.photobucket.com_albums_rr128_5gordini83_DSCF7973.jpg
    i476.photobucket.com_albums_rr128_5gordini83_DSCF7974.jpg
    Below is the pivot to one side.........
    i476.photobucket.com_albums_rr128_5gordini83_DSCF7975.jpg
    Below are the pivots in the centre of the two back seats, the spring washers fit onto on the white ptfe washer
    i476.photobucket.com_albums_rr128_5gordini83_DSCF7976.jpg
    Below, general arrangement of the 't' bar section, probably best left to last
    i476.photobucket.com_albums_rr128_5gordini83_DSCF7977.jpg
    Below, my new diagonal rear seat belts, when not in use the slack goes behind the seat, simple install just 3 bolts, holes are already in the body shell, just remember to use a short bolt at the top anchor point otherwise you can screw through to the rear hatch and damage the body.............
    i476.photobucket.com_albums_rr128_5gordini83_DSCF7981.jpg
     
    Last edited: May 11, 2015
  4. r5gordini

    r5gordini Moderator

    I am sorry for the delay in getting back to you about parts. I have not visited my unit in some time. Hope to get there soon but I am sure I can help you out
     
  5. herb2000

    herb2000 Well-Known Member

    Mark
    Thanks for the pictures they are perfect!!

    Andrew no worries
     
  6. herb2000

    herb2000 Well-Known Member

    Got mine all in now cheers mark
     
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