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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by Racer View Post
    Interesting that Lancia used the same 818.342 cylinder block for the Fanalone. ...
    If you have a VAR 1016, perhaps you have same casting cylinder Block too?
    Sorry -- I obviously didn't explain that well enough.

    The 818.540 block is completely different than the 818.342 block. But 818.540 was the factory's second choice as the designation for the 1,6. The hot 818.342 variant was V1014, so Lancia was going to call the 1,6 type 818.342 V1016. I suspect it had to do with homologation reasons. But instead of trying to homologate 1,3HFs with 1,6 engines, they decided to produce and homologate a 1,6HF model. So they changed the 1,6 engine designation to 818.540, and kept the V1016 designation for the competition engines.

    My block is from the first 1,6 casting batch, before they changed to the 818.540 designation. So my block casting number is 818.342.2263816, but it's not the same as a standard 818.342 block.

    BTW, some Variante 1016 engines are stamped "VAR 1016", others are stamped "V 1016", and some are not stamped at all. Mine is stamped "V 1016". John Campion has variante engine 540.0010034, which has no variante stamp. The Reparto Corse didn't build their own competition engines for the Fulvias; they were built by outside tuners -- mainly Alma Bosato and Carlo Facetti, and they were stamped (or not) as they were received at the RC.
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Very interesting indeed Ed.

    Today I have worked on my oil filter housing. An 818.342 HF 1,3 spesific part by the partnumber casted into it. Perhaps same housing used in the transition period between 1,3 HF and 1,6 HF:

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by Racer View Post
    Very interesting indeed Ed.
    Today I have worked on my oil filter housing. An 818.342 HF 1,3 spesific part by the partnumber casted into it. Perhaps same housing used in the transition period between 1,3 HF and 1,6 HF:

    Tor
    The 818.342.2247491 housing is used for all Fulvias with an oil cooler
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Its Nice when Things are finnished, ready to be put on the shelf ready for Assembly. Ed can you confirm that Your oil filter base have part number 818.342.2247491 casted on it?

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    Here is the mechanical fan serviced

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    Its a beautyful design, isnt it.

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    Here is the serviced Fispa fuel pump. Managed to find a New pump membrane in Greece. The fuel pump is a delicate Construction wiith the small reed valves.

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Nice work

    Re the fispa pump did you get new oil seal the diaphragm shaft??

    This is prone to suck oil up and out of the small drain hole. I have had to have these made???

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by Racer View Post
    Its Nice when Things are finnished, ready to be put on the shelf ready for Assembly. Ed can you confirm that Your oil filter base have part number 818.342.2247491 casted on it?
    Very nice work. I'll try to check the casting number later today, but with the engine in place it may be difficult.
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by lancialulu View Post
    Nice work

    Re the fispa pump did you get new oil seal the diaphragm shaft??

    This is prone to suck oil up and out of the small drain hole. I have had to have these made???
    Thanks Tim

    Looked into my parts book, couldnt find the oil seal. Is it a conversion to prevent oil seepage between the push rod and the housing?

    Tor

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by Racer View Post
    Thanks Tim

    Looked into my parts book, couldnt find the oil seal. Is it a conversion to prevent oil seepage between the push rod and the housing?

    Tor
    they were in 3 fispa pumps I had. Check yours as It should be held with a spring and base washer.

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by Racer View Post
    Its Nice when Things are finnished, ready to be put on the shelf ready for Assembly. Ed can you confirm that Your oil filter base have part number 818.342.2247491 casted on it?

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    Here is the mechanical fan serviced

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    Its a beautyful design, isnt it.

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    Here is the serviced Fispa fuel pump. Managed to find a New pump membrane in Greece. The fuel pump is a delicate Construction wiith the small reed valves.

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    Good idea to paint the tips of the blades yellow or white, being well tucked under the header tank and buried behind the radiator in a crowded space, it as well to be able to see where its whizzing around.
    Brian

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Quote Originally Posted by fay66 View Post
    Good idea to paint the tips of the blades yellow or white, being well tucked under the header tank and buried behind the radiator in a crowded space, it as well to be able to see where its whizzing around.
    Brian
    that's some good advice right there, i whacked my fingers once and it's not a happy thing.
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