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

    I did the same but new butterflies will need some work as they are catching...... Too far to resend back. That is the only downfall from using this type of service. But great work otherwise and not...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    sorry but yes. Especially as Fulvias encourage enthusiastic driving sometimes on unmade roads.... I would not use Aluminium.

    Poll other forum watchers?
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    No price on safety!
  4. Re: lowering front suspension of fuliva berlina s2

    First Fulvia funny car. Low at the front high at the rear!
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Interesting using aluminium tubing?! Isnt it a bit frigile and easily crushed? And also will corrode where it meets steel. No for me carrying your best 99 octane....
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    Re: Fulvia checklist

    Bottom of doors, rubber seals, water ingress round windscreen, rear valance, rear number plate panel, lift boot mat- look round top of tank, age of tyres, smoke from engine, noises, slick 5 speed or...
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    Re: Fulvia checklist

    Join the Lancia Motor Club!!! There are members local to you with experience to come and assist in this type purchase decision. I should add that the club does not offer advice on specifics and any...
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    Re: Fulvia brake bleeding?

    Those later S1 cars with Dunlop brakes AND a brake limiter are different from the S2/3 cars as the brake limiter on those S2/3 cars are activated by the rear axle position - Late S1 cars are just a...
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    Re: Fulvia brake bleeding?

    Series 1 has separate front and back circuits so you can do in any order you like (ie 2 rear or 2 front starting with the shortest run of each). series 2/3 has superduplex meaning 1 seperate front...
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    Re: Starter Motor Replacement - S2 Fulvia

    I have no experience with WOSp other than third party stories of supplying the wrong thing initially. Their customer service is very good for a small company but with you being half way round the...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    I think the term now is a swirl pot(may be wrong) but for example my Flavia Iniezione (Kuglefischer mech injection) has what can be described as a upturned pot c 3" wide at the centre of the base of...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Just a comment but you would need to doctor the fuel tank for FI to have the pickup and return pipe at the lowest point in the tank in a fuel pot ....
  13. Fulvia Sport 2nd series rear quarter light trims

    Looking for a pair of alloy curved trim pieces that fit into the lower part of the rear quarter light rubbers on a 2nd Series Fulvia Sport (Zagato).
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    Re: Does this sound 'tappety' to you?

    Labour cost is the major item in taking apart and more importantly putting back which includes timing the cams and ignition etc. I do all my own work and never rush (and never take note of time...
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    Re: Does this sound 'tappety' to you?

    Short term fix (assuming you are at the correct position to check the valve clearance) is to wind in the tappet till it just stops. The thread of the tappet is 1mm per 360deg turn so 1/7th of a turn...
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    Re: Does this sound 'tappety' to you?

    oil pressure ok when hot? Sound changes when hot???

    Did you do any work on the head (new valves?) If not then maybe the valves have been mushroomed by the tappet and you cannot get a good measure...
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    Re: Monthly Meeting in Hitchin

    David

    I dont know the answer to your question but you are asking the wrong forum!!!

    As a member of LMC please ask on its forum to which you are registered.
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    Re: Seat question

    Vinyl or brushed nylon crepe?
  19. Re: Fulvia 2 master brake cilinder - quick question

    Try reannealing the copper washer first. I agree with Phil re the rubber washer.
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    Re: Lurching/surging carb (?) problem.

    Aim for 3psi fuel pressure....

    Timing cam is with workshop manual method using a 2.2 mm slipguage.
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    Re: Lurching/surging carb (?) problem.

    Sole 775 is Solex 175 which is correct. Do you have the brass washers underneath? These set the height of the emulsion hole .......

    I suspect the emulsion tube can be improved with more holes...
  22. Re: Black coating in boot area - fulvia coupè?

    Should be body coloured??
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    Re: Flywheel markings 1966 1,2l coupe

    This is for the later camshafts .... If you have the correct cam for a 1.2 then it is different (IRC 1mm).

    BTW on another Lancia engine (not Fulvia) I could not find the TDC markings on the...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    I rescued an Austrian Fulvia 1.3HF car driver and copilot on an event recently. He had lost all electrical power half way up a mountain. We though ah ha dynamo!!!! His car had been upgraded to a...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Always excellent and rapid progress....

    Couple of comments. I hope you have still to fit the carb drip tray? And IMHO poor lights are down to voltage drop through wiring and relays and poor...
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