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    Missing photos/files

    I've been a member for a number of years and during that time I have added many photos that were saved in my files, I haven't looked at them for sometime and surprised to find that nearly all of them...
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    Re: Lancia Elephant emblems ciolour?

    Thing you'll find that Ed referred to the 1960's use a couple of posts ago.
    I receive emails from Lancia of latest version of Ypsilon for sale, being the only model now built, the latest version is...
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    Re: Carb Upgrade - S3 Fulvia

    Hi Marnix,
    I note the talk is of DHLB 32's,
    The Dellorto's fitted to my 2c are DHLA 32's, what is the difference? as when I purchased mine over 10 years ago they were new and came already jetted...
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    Re: Drilling thermostat hole in situ

    You may well be right but as Geert said, I had to cut the top off the thermostat, then very carefully make 4 cuts and collapsed the remains inwards, you just have to be careful not to cut too deeply...
  5. Thread: Event Pictures

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    Re: Event Pictures

    Sorry Ed,
    My mistake I missed your earlier posting.
    Brian
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    Re: Event Pictures

    Ed as I understand it the names are connected to horse racing tracks.
    My 2c Is Doncaster Grey, Doncaster has a horse racing track,
    Newmarket-There's a track,
    Saratoga same.
    Along with a lot...
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    Re: Drilling thermostat hole in situ

    Nice to know the real purpose of the hole, next time around it will certainly be a new type.
    Brian
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    Re: Drilling thermostat hole in situ

    I had lots of a problems with this about 7 years ago, I could remove the thermostat and everything was fine, as soon as I put the thermostat back in I had problems again, in fact I left it out all...
  9. Thread: Color?

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    Re: Color?

    And if it's been repainted it may not be visible, it is possible if you're lucky you maybe able to get an imprint with a modelling clay from underneath.
    Brian
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    Flaminia Supersport colour

    Were any Flaminia Supersport painted orange, someone I spoke to last week has a Lhd 1963 Supersport that had been repainted, however when a badge was removed underneath there was orange paint that...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Crikey, that was some visit with the places you visited and how far apart they are, only one I recognised was the shot of the Roman Baths at Bath..
    But certainly looks like you enjoyed your visit. ...
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    Re: Lancia Elephant emblems ciolour?

    In 1999 I bought a new LHD Ypsilon Elefantino Rosso from Rotterdam and imported it to the UK, as RHD Lancia's were last sold in the UK in 1994/5.
    Consequently Lancia ceased trading in the UK.
    My...
  13. Thread: Fulvia 1,3 HF

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    I didn't realise luminition were still about, I had,
    it fitted back in the 1970's on my Vauxhall Viva GT, then on my Vauxhall 2.3 Magnum.
    It was very good and very reliable, like the Fulvia the...
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    Re: installing seat belts in a Series 1 Fulvia

    I have Securon 3 point static seat belts fitted to my 2c Berlina and I have the same problem with the tongue ends, and like yours they are too short.
    They've been fitted 20 years and they are a real...
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    Re: New original fastons ?

    Hi Robert,
    Thanks for your reply, we did post a couple of times for photos, as at the time we couldn't work out what type of fastener you wanted, I would refer to these as electrical harness ...
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    Re: Gearbox Oil Recommendation

    I had my oil changed last year to fully synthetic to GL4 and GL5 Spec from Opie oils, it wasn't expensive about £25 for 4 litres, my 2c has a column change so it's not as direct as the magnificent 4...
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    Re: i.e warning light

    Have you looked in the Library download Section? there's something on 8.32 as well as series 2/3 Thema Manuals.
    Brian
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Looks great.
    Heavens above I wish I could work as quick as that:encourage:
    Brian
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    Re: Series 2 heater core question

    I usually undo the inlet hose to the valve, tie a bit of string to the end then get this up as high as I can.
    Remove the rad cap.
    Using a funnel slowly fill the cooling system from here as this...
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    Re: Series 2 heater core question

    Are you sure all the air is out of the system?
    Is the fan motor operating correctly?
    If everything is OK then before removing the heater core, bearing in mind the cost of a recore,and what a cow...
  21. Re: Restoring my Solex carbs - but which type are they?

    Back in the late 1990's At a Lancia Motor Club AGM, Omicron showed off a set up they had made to tune both carburetors together, rather than swopping from one to the other.
    It seemed to work quite...
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    Re: Checking valve clearances frustration!

    Thank you, looks simple, as most good things are😊👍
    Brian
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    Re: Checking valve clearances frustration!

    Can you please post a photo of the tool once you have it.
    Brian
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    Re: Windscreen wiper blades

    Why not try coating the windscreen with Rainex or similar, although you need to use it frequently, I find that you only need an occasional flick with the wipers if the rain builds up, which it...
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    Re: Checking valve clearances frustration!

    Is it possible to use a Gunson click adjust tappet adjuster, I used to have the earlier spqr tappet adjuster.
    It has a central slotted screw bit, and a socket for tightening the nut, using the knob...
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