Update ,I have finished fitting my radio in my Zagato, so i can play my CD etc.here is a updated picture with the surround etc. fitted.
Originally Posted by Marnix
Mmmhhhmm. I am not sure I understand the question. Gap distances are mostly individual to each plug type (don't ask why, I wouldn't know the exact reason). The NGK iridiums are intended to be non adjustable anyway (as far as I recall).
Sorry, that was not very clear, was it? In the chart the electrode gap for an NGK BP7ES is shown as 0.55 to 0.65 mm. I was wondering whether that gap was also correct for the NGK BPR7EIX.
Radio /CD player installed & working Great
It was MOT time for the other Fulvia, unfortunately it didn't pass first time around..
There was a hole in the leading edge of the rear wheel arch, a few rubbing brake hoses, and a couple of holes in the exhaust..
Looks like I might have hit something!
and here are the AFTER photos...
No, really - just don't it's really, really dangerous.
My Fulvia has a very religious petrol tank.
It's very holy.
The tank has been removed and vented to the atmosphere for at least two years to my knowledge, and probably more like ten years in fact. Hence there is no vapour left in the tank, it's all evaporated.
And that's why I can solder the tank - Your tank will have petrol and more importantly petrol vapour in it. If you add heat (or a spark)