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    Re: Ignition timing Flaminia Touring

    LHD cars:

    There is a window at the back of the engine left of the distributor, hidden under some cables, tubes and the brake fluid reservoir. It should have a cover (kind of small sheet metal...
  2. Re: Touring Flaminia steering wheel removal - HELP

    The circlip that prevents the steering wheel from sliding off can be seen here:

    https://i.imgur.com/NEgDGPs.jpg?1


    Item # 1, fairly small spring steel wire ring placed in a groove at the very...
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    Reproduction of rocker arms for Flaminia

    I will have a couple of rocker arms for Flaminia engines 823.00 upwards (823.02, 823.10, 826.000, 826.030, 826.100 etc) made.

    No more griped shafts and flattened ends that make valve adjustment...
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    Re: 4th cylinder not running well

    :encourage:
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    Re: 4th cylinder not running well

    Just an idea.

    Isn´t the vacuum for the brake servo taken from the inlet of cylinder #4? Sounds a little bit as if #4 suffers from false air. Unplug the vacuum hose from the cylinder head stub and...
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    Re: 67 Flavia Coupe 1.8i - Engine Rebuild

    The engine blocks of the Flavia are prone to cracking. Hence it is compulsory to stick to a certain tightening sequence of the cylinderhead bolts. The sequence Lancia originally published in their...
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    Re: Distributor for 1972 Lancia Flavia 2000

    The distributor for Lancia 2000 (type 820.000) is Marelli S102 D. The earlier Flavias have S102 A, B or C (Berlina 815.00 had S90B). The advance curve of the S102D differs significantly from the...
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    Re: New seals for brake booster

    Project completed, no more parts left.
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    Re: Drilling thermostat hole in situ

    Too add some info about the function of the hole. There is no need to place it on the highest possible point. If for some reason there is an air bubble sticking behind the thermostat, it will go with...
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    Re: (probably) ignition problem

    First thing to check, correct firing order?

    Second, i´d say you are right: crankshaft/distributor 180° off. You may check this by rotating the igniton wires two positions further.

    Hubert
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    Re: S2 Break Servo removal tips and tricks

    If you look at the linkage of pedal lever and booster rod, there is a small cotter pin which you have to remove. Then you have to turn out the cap secured by the cotter pin (almost completely) with a...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Reporting about your work, the way you solve problems and where you source spares is interesting and inspiring. Everything at the side adds life to the story. Much appreciated!!! ...
  13. Re: Point of clarification on handbrake renovations

    You will have to remove the hub. Some pics of how I did it can be found here (need to scroll down a bit)

    http://www.lanciaclubdeutschland.de/index.html?entry=25

    Some serious equipment...
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    Re: Putting a 1,6 HF back on the road

    It is friendly of Karl to call it a "super thermostat", but it can not work wonders. I designed it to improve the cooling liquid flow on Flaminia engines. This thermostat fits Flavias and Fulvias as...
  15. Thread: Help! Misfire!

    by Akonaut
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    Re: Help! Misfire!

    Yes!!! But "oh" (that´s German) I did not know you went that deep into the business!
  16. Thread: Help! Misfire!

    by Akonaut
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    Re: Help! Misfire!

    Come on Brian,

    let´s get things started . . .

    https://i.imgur.com/3bzrFM6.jpg

    Yours will surely be more interesting!!
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    Flaminia Sport, for barnfind admirers

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    Hubert
  18. Re: Restoring my Solex carbs - but which type are they?

    Hi Marnix,

    that sounds good. Talked to one of my club mates at the Lancia regular´s table yesterday. He knows the device from a friend who is doing carb restorations as you are although that guy...
  19. Re: Restoring my Solex carbs - but which type are they?

    Ok Marnix, I understand. The probable advantage over the method you use is questionable (if there will be one at all) and fine tuning on the running engine has to be done anyway.

    Thanks again for...
  20. Re: Restoring my Solex carbs - but which type are they?

    Thanks to all of you for your input!


    Marnix,

    the device has been offered to me by a friend who has a friend who wants to get rid of it. He is asking 200 € which IMO is a good price and I have...
  21. Re: Restoring my Solex carbs - but which type are they?

    Don´t want to spoil this thread, but has any of the experts worked with a carb tester like this?

    https://i.imgur.com/cDfgoVB.jpg?1

    Marnix,

    what is your opinion of syncing "suckers" on the...
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Todd,

    exactly. It is difficult to get hold of the inner edge of the bush with a drift. I cut/ground away the outside rubber and welded a massive washer to the metal rim. Then drove the bush out...
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Todd,

    looks really nice (I can see the photos:tears_of_joy:)!! You should consider to check and replace the rubber/metall bushes of the suspension arms now (if necessary). You won´t be able to do...
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    Re: wiring for spot lights

    Dimensioning a fuse: take the consumption as per above calculation, multiply that with a safety factor (e.g. 1,5 or 2) = burst value of the fuse. No safety factor, and the fuse will likely go every...
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    Re: wiring for spot lights

    Ed,

    of course you are right. My thoughts based on what is legal here. Maybe one could define a rule of thumb like: Choose fuse as 1,5 to 2 times the operation current.

    Hubert
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