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    Re: Does this sound 'tappety' to you?

    It is excellent news to hear about the starter and that it is so much better.

    On the valves however think the top of those very hard pins will not really wear out, it is the top of the valves...
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    Re: Does this sound 'tappety' to you?

    Correct me if i am wrong , but if you look at the cam follower the rocker shaft is not central to the follower thus measuring gap between cam and follower will give incorrect measurement.
    lancialulu...
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    Re: Does this sound 'tappety' to you?

    my 2c from personal experience.

    Struggling to turn over:

    and sounding like a dead battery intermittently could simply be worn brushes on starter. This happened to mine many years ago. Was...
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    Re: LED taillights

    depending on the quality of led bulb voltage variance should not affect brightness dependent if led lights uses proper current source vs simple resistor current limit the cheaper led lights won't...
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    Re: Flywheel markings 1966 1,2l coupe

    Cam number should guide you how to set them up yes , i think it is less about the engine and more about the cam itself ?

    818-140 cam vs 818 342 etc? there is a stamping on the cam itself
    ...
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    Re: Parking brake adjustment help

    For the longest time my handbrake was also horrible. I kind of ignored it thinking i'll need to do a large job with pads and just carefully selecting where I park.

    I can confirm a correctly set...
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    Re: Drilling thermostat hole in situ

    Thanks yes. I'll try that one day. I actually have a correct NOS thermostat so can't loose much if I try to carefully remove threaded part like you described.
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    Re: Drilling thermostat hole in situ

    When I got my fulvia the thermostat was also fused to manifold. Sadly previous owner removed the centre part completely so I had 0 thermostat. In the end I Used a renault 5 thermostat that fits nice...
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    Re: Event Pictures

    Lancia Corner at a yearly car show here in Cape town earlier this year.

    I totally wanted that appia. It is very much original and unrestored. I know it is wrong to want other peoples things , but...
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    Re: Electronic Ignition?

    There has been multiple posts regarding pertronix ignitor and electronics ignition.

    I'll ad my two cents from my experience over last 2 days.

    To say I was curious on how different an electronic...
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    Re: (probably) ignition problem

    You actually need to be looking at cams to know if you are at 1 or 4 firing stroke when crank is at tdc. Or you can just do it with trial and error :)
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    Re: Electronic Ignition?

    I might have missed something in the text but the timing mark should be on the flywheel which you can check through an opening at back of engine. There is no timing mark on front pulley.

    on my car...
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    Re: High IDLE 1977 Beta saloon 2000

    The vehicle was kind of standing for the last 2 years. It was part of inventory of a place that used it for film shoots.

    I managed to get hold of the elderly lady who owned it most of its life.
    ...
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    Re: High IDLE 1977 Beta saloon 2000

    Hi

    thanks for your interest.

    ours is a 2L

    it is a very much process currently happening.

    So Far we have:
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    Re: High IDLE 1977 Beta saloon 2000

    Thanks for your help.

    It still confuses me how that pipe no 5 does not mess with idle mixture then? I suppose they simply factored it in with design.

    The idle mixture screw has half a turn...
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    High IDLE 1977 Beta saloon 2000

    Hi All

    Yesterday I picked up a very sad 1977 Beta saloon with a 2L engine.

    There is a LOOONG list of items to tackle. But first items are

    Sort out oil leak/s
    Sort out high idle and running...
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    Re: 818 630 gearbox rebuild

    That bearing is a tricky one not easily available I actually reused mine. Mine for certain did not have the tight tolerance of a new one ,but it "FELT" and "looked"(no rust , races smooth) good...
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    Re: Checking valve clearances frustration!

    image from omicron website:

    http://www.omicron.uk.com/fulvia/2014/fulvia-valve-clearance-adjustment-tool/

    http://www.omicron.uk.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Fulvia-tappet-adjuster-300x225.jpg
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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

    For anybody who might find this useful , fitting the 3M high temp tape as per this thread guide solved all my noise problems.
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    Re: Checking valve clearances frustration!

    You could try and measure/set valve clearance between cam follower and cam and not valve and screw/rod.

    It is very hard to see the indentation especially on lower down exhaust valves :) I set mine...
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    Re: Checking valve clearances frustration!

    this is an extreme case of indentation i was referring to:

    Using a feeler gauge on this valve will always end up in VERY loose setting.
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    Re: Checking valve clearances frustration!

    There are probably better explanations out there but my personal method is

    1) remove plug leads
    2) remove valve cover.

    For Each Valve:
    3) using a 24mm spanner rotate engine so that cam lobe...
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    Re: Electronic Ignition?

    at 6000rpm the distributor rotor is turning at 3000rpm

    For a dwell of 60 degrees ( degrees of rotation that coil is energized) the points only has 3.33ms to charge coil for each spark

    Question...
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    Re: Fulvia new driver guide

    My 2c

    Another item that is high on the list of regular checks is the radiator coolant level.

    Fulvia's don't have an expansion bottle like modern vehicles so coolant level drops are normal.
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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

    Thanks for the input guys.

    I was not clear in my first post.

    I have the later models Girling brakes.

    I am referring to parts numbered 7 in both below images.

    I am going to try the 3M tape...
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