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  1. Thread: Coco Mats

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    Re: Coco Mats

    They look very smart.
    Don't think anyone in the UK supplies them.
    Brian
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    Re: Lurching/surging carb (?) problem.

    Must admit, I doubt I'd have thought about the choke.
    Why not try a set of Dellorto DH35LA's.
    I have Dellorto 32DHLB's fitted to my 2c, and they very rarely need tuning, as well as running nicer...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    AWESOME 👍👏.
    Your a great inspiration to all of us.
    What's the next project!!!!!
    Brian
  4. Re: Where is the body number on a South African S2 Coupe

    Having just carried out an inspection for the Lmc of a series 1 Fulvia 1.3 Rallye Coupe, for dating purposes for the Dvla, so the car can be registered in the UK and given an age related number plate...
  5. Thread: Coco Mats

    by fay66
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    Re: Coco Mats

    Not that I'm aware of, I thought all, at least series 1 had rubber mats.
    If you have a Lhd I'd go for rubber mats.
    If you own A RHD you have no option but to find an alternative as RHD mats...
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    Re: Seatbelt Securon 514/30

    Pleased to hear I'm not the only one who swears At securon 3 point static belts.
    My 2c when I found her had Irvin lap belts, and as I didn't fancy head butting the steering wheel, I went for the...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Probably missed a post somewhere, but are you fitting an electric cooling fan now you can't run a belt off the alternator.?
    Love your workmanship.
    You probably know already but make sure you well...
  8. Thread: Does this belong

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    Re: Does this belong

    Thank you Marnix,
    Very useful information.
    I remember when remote servoes first came into general use in the early 1960's and even seen some with 2, I assume one to each front and rear circuit,...
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    Re: More Questions, What are these for?

    The item with the electrical connector is a socket that could be used for a Lancia's rechargeable torch, if you check for recent previous thread about the torch and socket it will leave you...
  10. Thread: Does this belong

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    Re: Does this belong

    To go with the Servoed brakes?
    Brian
  11. Thread: Does this belong

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    Re: Does this belong

    I'll go along with Tim on this, although it wasn't fitted to my 1967 ser 1 Rallye Coupe I used to own, and certainly not on my 2c either.
    Brian
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    Re: Fulvia Valve Cover Gaskets - Replacments

    Be careful If replacing the half moons as its quite easy to drop them down between the chain and the casing.
    Brian
  13. Re: Video - Getting my Fulvia running for the first time in a year!

    Hi,
    I enjoyed the video and your enthusiasm.
    I've just subscribed as well.
    May I make a few observations.
    First and foremost have an extensive read of the many discussions, it may take time,...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Brian,
    When I had my fan and pillar out a few years ago, I polished them both up, comes up really well, and would make a great piece of wall art:encourage:
    Brian
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    Agree about the fan whizzing away, in fact the tips of my blades are painted red so you have a warning.
    Always run with a dynamo for 20 years without any problems as I have only added fog lights,...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    I might have missed it somewhere in your great thread, but I'd be interested to know why you wish to change from the mechanical fan to an electric one, yes an electric fan is quiter, but the cast...
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    Re: Taddraughn's Fulvia Coupe: Progress Thread

    It maybe the case on the coupe, but it certainly isn't on my 1966(built about May 1965) 2c Berlina, and I certainly don't recollect my ser 1 1.3 Rallye Coupe being any different, although that was in...
  18. Re: Shock absorber around engine silentblock on right side of engine

    Sorry for the delay in replying.
    I have looked online to see if I could find the part number you are after, but with no luck.
    But have you checked what else it was used on?
    Have you looked on the,...
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    Re: Parts Suppliers and Quality

    I emailed pieces - Fulvia.com
    And asked do they have parts relevant to Fulvia 2c Berlina with the 1091cc engine as nothing is shown.
    They've replied to say what am I looking for.
    At the moment...
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    Re: Parts Suppliers and Quality

    I know it's a long time ago since I poked around Omicron's stock of used parts but they used to keep a lot of dash tops, so possibly worth a try.
    Brian
  21. Re: Where is the body number on a South African S2 Coupe

    Ed,
    I agree Daihatsu wouldn't have done their own stamping, however they may have supplied sub Assembled structures rather than the complete u/body-chassis.
    Which would have been shipped in bulk,...
  22. Re: Where is the body number on a South African S2 Coupe

    Ed,
    Not knowing exactly how Daihatsu actually built
    Fulvia's in their plant, I'm only assuming the level of CKD, and unless we know different why would we assume a built up chassis from Italy? ...
  23. Re: Where is the body number on a South African S2 Coupe

    Brian,
    I agree that Lancia wouldn't have stamped them prior to the build in SA, as this would probably been a single panel or part of a sub asm, at which time it could have been used in any Fulvia...
  24. Re: Where is the body number on a South African S2 Coupe

    Just managed to upload the chassis number location on Fulvia.
    Looking in from the front of the Fulvia this shows it in the drain channel in front of the windscreen,
  25. Re: Shock absorber around engine silentblock on right side of engine

    Which engine are we talking about, and do you have a photo of it in situ, I'll see if I can find it once I know what what engine it's fitted to/with.
    Looks a bit like a vibration damper, but I don't...
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