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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Number is shown in pic 2 of the previous post. It's near the distributor.
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Thank you William and Tor!
    So this is a number exclusively on 1,3HF heads.
    very interesting, I did not know this.
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Also fanalone heads. Not sure about Fanalino's

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    so the spare engine I stashed away in the basement was truly an HF, as promised!
    Time to have the head pressure tested and start rebuilding the thing!

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Want to share some pics from previous work.

    First out is how I changed from Bosch DC dynamo to Bosch alternator (Fanalone type)

    This was done prior to dismantling my 1,3 HF engine (only head cover newly painted)

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    Modified driptray a little to get some more leverage for the fan belt. Uses Fanalone fuel pump aluminium distance piece and Fanalone push rod. This way I could get everything lining up after bending the oil pin tube a little too.

    Will post a pic of the finnished mounting parts later.

    Tor

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Here is the finnished parts for alternator

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Very nice work.

    Fun fact: the earliest 1,6 engines ran DC dynamos. In fact, when they decided to build the 1,6 they initially referred to it as type 818.342 V1016; the early 1,6 blocks have an 818.342 casting number.

    I'm running an alternator, but my engine (540.001009) was originally fitted with a Bosch dynamo; that's sitting on a shelf. But I want to return it to its original appearance, so of these days I'm going to fit a 50A 'dynator' -- original look but with enough power for 100W lamps...
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by 1,6 HF View Post
    Very nice work.

    Fun fact: the earliest 1,6 engines ran DC dynamos. In fact, when they decided to build the 1,6 they initially referred to it as type 818.342 V1016; the early 1,6 blocks have an 818.342 casting number.

    I'm running an alternator, but my engine (540.001009) was originally fitted with a Bosch dynamo; that's sitting on a shelf. But I want to return it to its original appearance, so of these days I'm going to fit a 50A 'dynator' -- original look but with enough power for 100W lamps...
    is that done with your original housing?
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by bmarler View Post
    is that done with your original housing?
    It can be done with the original housing, and all things equal it's the better answer from the standpoint of historic appearance. But I'll probably opt for the standard aluminum housing to save weight. In spirited driving (impossible to resist) on rough roads (impossible to avoid in California), the weight of the alternator causes it to slip downward, which causes the belt to slip. So anything that reduces its weight is a real advantage.
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Ed

    Interesting that Lancia used the same 818.342 cylinder block for the Fanalone. I bet the intersection between bores under the Block was huge With larger diameter pistons.
    As I am preparing my cylinder Block for reboring, I have checked the identifications stamped on it.
    It is produced 05.09.67 and the casting is 818.302.

    If you have a VAR 1016, perhaps you have same casting cylinder Block too?

    Seems like a teriffic mod to keep std Bosch dynamo With modern 50 Amp internals. I also have on of these laying on my shelf.

    Thanx for Your information Ed

    Tor

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