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    For Sale: Re: Fulvia Batteries, Bosch, Correct size

    Looks like your transition to "Southerner" is going well! lol

    In all seriousness though, this is a great chance for anyone in the area. I had a really hard time finding a battery that would fit...
  2. Thread: Fulvia EFI!

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    Re: Fulvia EFI!

    The 2D drawings on their website are definitely made from 3D models, but I doubt they'd want to share them with me. Guess I could ask though; the worst they could say is no. I've been very busy on...
  3. Re: A question for those of you who know about electric motors

    Problem solved! lol
  4. Thread: Fulvia EFI!

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    Re: Fulvia EFI!

    I could do a billet piece that adapts the spacing and houses the injectors, but I might also just try and fabricate a new intake manifold. The hard part in fabricating (for me at least) will be...
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    Just wanted to give him another option if he doesn't get the special tools in time to do it the normal way. I defintely don't mean to suggest it is a preferred or fullproof method!

    My last...
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    Yeah... It sounds like something I would do to save myself time and then probably regret later. But it is a quick way to get the arms off and get them to the powerdercoating shop

    You could always...
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    Re: Fulvia in West London

    Welcome to the forum!

    There's a ton of good info here if you search around. Also check the download section for info on specific things like tuning carbs, paint codes, technical data pdf, etc.
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    Back when I was struggling so hard with the boots on my ball joints I became very jealous of the S2 style ball joints...
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    If you're in a hurry to get just the arms off the assembly you could get out the angle grinder, cut off the grease boot, and just cut the ball joint off a little bit above the ball on the shaft....
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    S2 style ball joints have the flange incorporated into the ball joint itself i believe! (I'm assuming you're thinking the flange is the cap like on the S1 set up here?)

    see link below:...
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    After reading Bmarler's comment I looked at the picture again.. Somehow my eyes completely ignored that the hub assembly was still attached to the arm!! I thought the issue here was that you just...
  12. Thread: Fulvia EFI!

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    Re: Fulvia EFI!

    I managed to finally find someone willing to sell me some throttle bodies with the shafts vertical. The guys at Jenvey have told me they can get their ST throttle bodies without injectors to mount...
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    Re: Data on Bolts, Screws Etc?

    Also make sure you pay attention to the thread pitch when sourcing new hardware. Some of them are pretty fine thread for the size, like the subframe bolts are M12x 1.25mm thread pitch. I don't know...
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    I'd recommend soaking in 50/50 ATF Acetone mix for about a week. Mine were series 1, but were very stuck and came out much easier once I'd soaked them for while.

    You should be able to beat the...
  15. Re: A question for those of you who know about electric motors

    Does it happen every single time you flip the switch? Usually if you have intermittent issues starting a motor it would be a bad connection to one bar or contact on the commutator (break in the...
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    Re: Dismantling Seat Adjusters

    I got to the point you have and stopped. To me it didn't seem like there was a non-destructive way to disassemble them further. Not saying it's impossible, but it wasn't obvious to me how they can...
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    Re: Ultrasonic cleaner size

    I got this 3L one a while back when I needed to clean my carbs:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LXHBTUQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    It fit a PHH vertically, but just a...
  18. Thread: Fulvia EFI!

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    Re: Fulvia EFI!

    Interesting; I hadn't come across that website before. The bore size is really close to what I'd like to use, but it seems like the problem with all of them is that no one really makes throttle...
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    Re: Intake funnel set

    On the other hand, there are examples of having unequal trumpet length on purpose... https://youtu.be/V8z2RzjDrUI?t=838

    I guess it just comes down to where you want to make your power.

    Edit: By...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Honestly as fast as the car went back together, I'm surprised I haven't had more issues. Really the only major thing has been that the carbs are not tuned correctly, but Marnix has given me some very...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Thank you! I'm still slowly working to finish up all the little details and sort out all the kinks, but it's all too dull to make a post about.
  22. Thread: Going nuts

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    Re: Going nuts

    Pieces Fulvia has them.. Use the search feature on their website and search for "splited"

    I'm sure they mean split, but there are worse translations on their website (e.g. calling the turn signal...
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    Re: Back on the road

    Congrats on getting her back on the road! It looks great and after 12 years it must feel good to have it driving again.
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    Re: Fulvia EFI!

    I started taking some measurements and looking more closely at the GSXR throttle bodies and my initial idea to get them closer together appears that it is not going to work. This is because the...
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    Re: speedometer not working. debug question

    Haha whoops.. I was thinking about the tachometer, but just realized in this case (S2) it is likely an electrical tachometer and doesn't have a cable.
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