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  1. Thread: fulvia doors

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    Re: fulvia doors

    I think I misunderstood the question! We are all agreed they are 'original' Lancia parts, but only fitted to (some) alloy doors. Next time I'll look at the Parts book first :encourage:!

    Cheers,...
  2. Thread: fulvia doors

    by GlynW
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    Re: fulvia doors

    Hi William,

    I think they must be original. The cappings in your photos are on the front of both doors, but on the left and right-hand sides. I have an identical one in stainless steel, and an...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    The other places you will see electrolytic corrosion of aluminium on a Fulvia Coupe are around the points where the exhaust centre-box heat shield, the rear brake-balance limiter and the rear brake...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    I’m with Tim on this. There are steel clips on the body that the fuel pipe should be held by and these will cause corrosion of an aluminium pipe especially if it sees salt from winter roads. I...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Good call to replace the driver's floor section, rather than just patch it. Mine was very similar and had rotted out in the front corner, near the sill. However, as hard as I tried to patch it, the...
  6. Re: What Type Is my 1972 Lancia Fulvia 1600 HF series Two

    It is more about what you want! These refer to different specifications of parts for road (Strada) or race (Corsa). I have been very happy with the handling and comfort of my 1600HF on the standard...
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    Re: harrys garage fulvia sport

    Was anybody else from the UK slightly disappointed to find that this was not Harry Manning's garage?

    Of course that would have been quite a different video!
  8. Thread: S1 1216 fuse box

    by GlynW
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    Re: S1 1216 fuse box

    On a S2/S3 Fulvia, the fuses protect the following loads. I have verified most of these on my S2 (UK) car:

    From S2/S3 Electrical Flow Chart
    [9] Ignition Coil; Gauges (Rev. Counter, Oil Pressure,...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Yes- these are my photos (1971 UK-spec. Fulvia 1600 HF S2). I posted the link a few years ago in another thread here and also on the LMC board. I have also added it to one of the replies in this...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    The jacking point is just behind the subframe box so you would be able to weld something stronger and attach it to your 2mm plate if you wanted. It is always nice to trust the jacking point if you...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    My originals were made from thin metal and had rotted out badly, starting at the bottom. They were also unpainted. The replacements were made from a thicker gauge steel and painted internally and...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    The photos also show the (2mm?) steel plate which was inserted and the subframe mounting box was welded to. This plate was made to run the full length of the sill, turning the inner sill into a...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Not great photos (pre-digital) but these show the triangular boxes on my car (S2 1600) with & without the cover plate. There was no reinforcing bar inside. When I put them back together (and...
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    Re: wiring for spot lights

    Hi Tim. I am clearly suffering from Fanalone-envy! My inners are standard, which (from measuring a spare outer lamp that I have in a drawer) are 5-inches, not 7.

    I cannot check my UK S2 car,...
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    Re: wiring for spot lights

    On my UK 1600 S2 car, the outer pair of lights contain bulbs for main and dipped beam (+sidelights), while the inner pair of headlights are 7-inch Cibie or Carello high-intensity 'fog/spot' lights...
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    Re: wiring for spot lights

    Glyn

    Thanks for the clarification Neil. My fog light switch is in the same position as yours - next to the heater vent above the fuse box cover and on the driver's side. It is...
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    Re: wiring for spot lights

    Dear Prof.,

    I have a RHD 1971 1600 Lusso (UK spec with raised headlights). I have not modified the wiring since I bought it in 1986 and it would appear to have had its lights fitted by the...
  18. Thread: Delortos advice

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    Re: Delortos advice

    It looks like you may be able to purchase the Dellorto Superformance Tech Book here (18 USD + shipping): https://www.pacificcustoms.com/cb101.html

    The picture shows the same front cover (including...
  19. Thread: Delortos advice

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    Re: Delortos advice

    Hi Tim,

    Mine is an American Edition, dated 1996 (I say mine, but it is borrowed). The uploaded pages (p115 onwards) are the only additions to your version. I think the Appendix has come...
  20. Thread: Delortos advice

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    Re: Delortos advice

    I have just uploaded the Appendix from The Dellorto Superformance Tech Book (in the Fulvia Downloads section), which gives jetting data for a wide range of makes and models, including Lancia. ...
  21. Thread: Delortos advice

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    Re: Delortos advice

    Sorry, I am a bit late to reply. I bought these DellOrttos in 1986/7 from Harry Manning who had just taken in an S2 or S3 (my memory says S3) and was dismantling it. They came with the fuel...
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    Re: Still, a sills question...

    Thanks Cyborg! The work was done at a local motor club with good facilities and I had a lot of help from people who knew what they were doing. They taught me to make sure that any new panel joints...
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    Re: Still, a sills question...

    Hopefully this link to the restoration photos should work: https://goo.gl/photos/yx7QaoJa3Ws6RLRL6
    The fabrication plans are at the end - I will make PDFs and add them to the downloads section.
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    Re: Still, a sills question...

    I think the album permissions may have been changed - it was originally a Picasa album. I'll try and fix that later and also add the cutting plans to download section.
    Glyn
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    Re: Still, a sills question...

    This might help. It is the pattern that I used to make some inner sill and floor repair sections when I replaced the floor in the driver's foot-well of my S2 1600. The dimensions were taken from...
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