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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by lancialulu View Post
    Just looking at RossoCorsa website their gp4 is not same design as Omicron and also seems to require a modified crossmember?
    It didn't require any mods.
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Tim, Ed and Torstein

    Thank you very much for Your information. What I want is an exhaust that gives good Power AND wont be to loud.

    The best from both worlds really. My car will have some more tune than std HF. Not that it will be regurarly raced, but a hillclimb and a race weekend is possible.

    The big question is if it is available as a Complete exhaust? Perhaps i have to buy a Nice header like in Torsteins attachement pic and get the rest made Wich include a center Box and end silencer?

    Torstein, was Your exhaust from Christos Complete or only headers? Was it stainless? Were do I find him?

    Primarys should be 34-36 mm. inside diameter and secondarys around 45 mm.

    Anyone who have measurements of their exhaust may share their inner Secrets.


    Cheers

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Tor, I will pm you


    Quote Originally Posted by Racer View Post
    Tim, Ed and Torstein

    Thank you very much for Your information. What I want is an exhaust that gives good Power AND wont be to loud.

    The best from both worlds really. My car will have some more tune than std HF. Not that it will be regurarly raced, but a hillclimb and a race weekend is possible.

    The big question is if it is available as a Complete exhaust? Perhaps i have to buy a Nice header like in Torsteins attachement pic and get the rest made Wich include a center Box and end silencer?

    Torstein, was Your exhaust from Christos Complete or only headers? Was it stainless? Were do I find him?

    Primarys should be 34-36 mm. inside diameter and secondarys around 45 mm.

    Anyone who have measurements of their exhaust may share their inner Secrets.


    Cheers

    Tor
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Any good exhaust shop can insert an additional muffler into a "Gp. 4" system if it proves to be louder than you like.
    Ed Levin
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    You could look at the Vere Lancia manifold, I have fitted the front three parts in stainless to my CSC stainless centre section, it is quieter than before and easily fitted, no subframe alterations on my 1.3. Or fit their whole system depending the sound required. Photo comparison below

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by NeilS View Post
    You could look at the Vere Lancia manifold, I have fitted the front three parts in stainless to my CSC stainless centre section, it is quieter than before and easily fitted, no subframe alterations on my 1.3. Or fit their whole system depending the sound required. Photo comparison below

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    Neil

    Thank you very much for Your information. Your comparisment pic is very nice and detailed. The Vere Lancia exhaust looks terrific.
    Beatyful workmanship. Can you tell me what CSC is? Is it a producer?

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Tor, CSC is an Italian exhaust manufacturer, they make a range of exhaust systems, my new centre box came in stainless they used to be mild steel, they are nicely made, the fit is excellent too. I used to buy them from a UK Italian specialist, no longer in business, but there are suppliers available in Europe. Look for CSC or Primaflow, this fitted to Vere Lancia manifold is not loud at all.
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Thank you again Neil for accurate information.

    While Im waiting for my engine to arrive from the machine shop I had a go at my heater Assembly. As everything else on my Project, it was a full resto job:

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    Its how it looked inside, full of moths, dirt and road dust.

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    Had to make New internal door seal, tricky because it was enveloping the steel flap on both sides.

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    Managed it by using double viton rubber sheet glued together and made small rubber bearings at the axle ends as original. Some hours work though.

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    Finnished internal door

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    New register, costly but necccesary

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    Made New weatherstrips from 15 mm. closed cell rubber sheet, With adesive on one side.

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    Final result, good as New.

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    I am doing exactly the same. To not disrupt the car for running, got me an old set, and restoring that to new, and then will replace the one in the car, that is also in bad need of some work.

    These units are exposed to some weather conditions, and it is no surprise they suffer from it.
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by Racer View Post

    Final result, good as New.
    You'll be surprised how good this heater is now!

    My heating was only marginal but that was quickly explained when I opened up the radiator core and found 99% of the cores completely blocked. A good hose down did the trick.

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