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    Re: S1 light switch

    The lighting of my car behaves like everybody says: pulling the switch out powers the sidelights, instruments and rear lights. Full pull, twist CW and pull again powers the dipped beams en pushing...
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    Re: Spark Plugs again

    I'm not sure. I know they work on my car but it is far from stock. Another enthousiast might chime in on this.
    Cheers,
    william
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    S1 light switch

    I haven't driven my Fulvia for quite some time and I'm getting it ready for its annual MOT. I am checking the lights and are confused if what I see is normal or not.
    Pulling the light switch with...
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    Re: Spark Plugs again

    I do not know this E3 brand but as far as multi electrode plugs go I use the Bosch Super 4 plug for many years now in my modified 1200Hf and are very satisfied with them.
    Cheers,
    William
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    Re: Rear shock absorbers, Fulvia Coupe

    If I remember correctly the De carbons I had on my Fulvia 2C were not 'crancked' at the bottom. They had a very thin stem just clearing the axle.

    William
  6. Re: lowering front suspension of fuliva berlina s2

    I would say 0.3 deg. The most is done by lengthening the lowers. But it is an easy modification and helps to get the top of the wheel close to 1cm more inwards.
    15032 lower and wider. I love it!
  7. Re: lowering front suspension of fuliva berlina s2

    Does not seem bad at all. What is the height of the roller? I have seen many variants. And what tire size does it have?
    Will you lower the rear as wel?

    William
  8. Thread: fulvia doors

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    Re: fulvia doors

    I'm glad I don't need these parts on my HF. They look nice though and make for a nice finish
  9. Thread: fulvia doors

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    Re: fulvia doors

    Also slightly off subject but nonetheless door related
    Some time ago at an auction I photographed the doors of a 1300Hf because I had never seen the stainless trim moldings at the fwd and aft edge...
  10. Thread: Carbs

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    Re: Carbs

    When I fitted DDHF42's to my 1200HF engine it proved a pain to set up the mixture correctly as there is no known set-up to start with. To make matters worse the fact that you have to remove the...
  11. Re: lowering front suspension of fuliva berlina s2

    Now I see that the thread is for a Berlina s2. Does the S2 has tubular top wish bones or stamped steel wish bones like the later S2 Coupe's?
    If stamped the shortening is easy. Slot the holes 5,5mm...
  12. Re: lowering front suspension of fuliva berlina s2

    I would say; definitely YES! It is an improvement as much for looks as it is for steering and cornering ability. When combined with decent shocks and tyres ( I havent tried a negative camber...
  13. Re: lowering front suspension of fuliva berlina s2

    I have done this modification on the 1600FSZ of a friend. No problems whatsoever. You will have to move the lower ball joint point to the front as well as the 1600 geometry has more caster angle.
  14. Re: lowering front suspension of fuliva berlina s2

    I have always liked the Fulvia Berlina but not so much for its stance. When compared the the Giulia TI it always looks too senior, too serious, and much slower.
    And if you want to change the stance...
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    Re: Oil be damned

    The replacement of the 'engine life limiting' original canister filling is fairly easy. Peel the formed lip open to be able to remove the top with the filler neck. Remove all the metal rubbish...
  16. Re: Heavy Duty Paint for 1600HF Cylinder Block

    I have used regular 2K paint. Over 2K epoxy primer. It has lasted 12 years so far.

    cheers,
    william
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    Re: Fanalone Rear Suspension Modification

    I have to agree with Ed. A softer than stock spring rate improves the steering of the Coupe. My Hf coupe rides on composite leaf springs for about 10 years now and the rears are to be honest a tad to...
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    Re: Engine dilemma

    You have several options all costing time and money. If you want to keep the 4 speed box, it might be cheaper to search for a 1300 S1 engine as boring and buying 1300cc pistons is quite expensive. On...
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    Re: Replacement Camshafts 1600 HF

    And you will have to decide if you want to change just the camshaft or also everything else. Hairy cams demand hairy engine internals.
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Great job Tor!
    I think you deserve the perseverance award!
    My car did not have the Fispa as it is an early car but I fitted one as my car did not have a return line and I fitted DDHF42's. They can...
  21. Re: Fulvia front suspension rubbers and bushes

    I have fitted a roller instead of the rubber bushing. Lower and with more feel. And durable as it has done about 20.000Kms without any problems. Picture shows the first slightly less durable version...
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    Re: AUCTION: Lancia Fulvia 1.6HF Fanalone

    I believe this was the previous seller. The current seller is Dutch. If it is still for sale that is. I have trouble believing the $38k asking price back in July 2018. Even for a replica this would...
  23. Thread: Tyre advice

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    Re: Tyre advice

    I have a question regarding your advice for the 1600HF. The 640/SR13 ZX in 175x13.
    How does this tyre compare to the XAS? I know the XAS is not available in 175/13 but when the 165x13 XAS tyres on...
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    Re: AUCTION: Lancia Fulvia 1.6HF Fanalone

    Engine was 818.540

    Do you recognize the chassis number mentioned 818540002090?

    Cheers,
    william
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    Re: Header bolt question

    My HF has got the EVO cars manifold and that gives the same clearance problems. I opted for Alen bolts. With a special T-grip spanner you do not have to be on an 90 degree angle to turn the bolt as...
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