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 on: Today at 04:41:44 AM 
Started by peterblenk - Last post by simonandjuliet
Any chance of a photo ? Be good to see the set up.

I will look through various books and see if I have anything

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 on: Yesterday at 10:18:13 PM 
Started by David Bieda - Last post by Scott
New ones do exist e.g. http://www.classiclancia.com/car-parts/lancia-flavia-petrol-tank

In lieu of someone coming back with a "I can recommend...", a web search indicates there seem to be plenty of companies who can do fuel tank repairs e.g. Aaron Radiator get generally good reviews and have been around a fair while.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:23:49 PM 
Started by GREENYORKIE - Last post by GREENYORKIE
Rob,thanks for that.I await your reply with interest.
David.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:18:15 PM 
Started by peterblenk - Last post by peterblenk
Does anyone have advice/experience on fitting the Weber 36DCR carburettor to a Series II Aprilia engine? Specifically, what size main and idle jets and which emulsion tube should be used? Should the accelerator pump be used?  I've got the carburettor nicely fitted, and the linkage set up, but the tune is clearly far out. Peter Blenk

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 on: Yesterday at 05:35:40 PM 
Started by peterblenk - Last post by peterblenk
Thank you, Geoff; this is very helpful. I am told that
someone, perhaps in Switzerland, made new ones. Any idea who that could be? I was thinking that it might be possible to scan and 3-D print the offending Mazak part in a better material, such as aluminium. Peter

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 on: Yesterday at 10:05:20 AM 
Started by 038tipo - Last post by 038tipo
Hi All.
Just a reminder this months meeting taking place this Wednesday at Chequers Pub, Matching Green, Essex, from 19.30.

I have not checked the weather forecast, but it may be the last chance to come in a Lancia before the weather changes for the worst and the cars are tucked up for the winter?

Hope to see you there.


Paul

 7 
 on: Yesterday at 09:16:18 AM 
Started by torqueitalia - Last post by SteveGales
Hi Keith.
 I changed the clutch slave cylinder many years ago on my evo2 and don't remember having to take any bolts off the bell housing. From memory and quickly checking the workshop manual the cylinder is held in the mounting bracket by a large circlip.

It will probably need a good soak with 'plusgas/WD40' to get it to move once the clip is off.

Regards Steve

 8 
 on: 15 September, 2019, 09:31:31 PM 
Started by LMC Forum Administration - Last post by Mikenoangelo
Seen last weekend at Hunton Steam Fair near Leyburn - some Lancias! Most unusual around here. My Augusta and a couple of Fulvia Coupes, the LHD one next to the Augusta a recent import from Italy and for sale.

Mike

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 on: 15 September, 2019, 09:03:59 PM 
Started by GREENYORKIE - Last post by Rob
Hi David,
 
I'm not sure of the dimension that you've mentioned for but I'm happy to have a go at measuring the distance on mine & let you know what it is. As mine's been lowered by 40mm I'll just add that to the measurement. I've fitted Spax lowering springs to my Delta but as mine is still off the road at the moment I haven't had the chance to do a road test yet.

Regards, Rob

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 on: 15 September, 2019, 07:36:09 PM 
Started by Parisien - Last post by fay66
Just noticed that according to my 1966 Fulvia 2c handbook it states.
"Plug in socket, for use should it be necessary, of portable lamp, razor etc"
So it seems it wasn't only the torch that was available.
Perhaps there was a plug available at the time, the equivalent today being the cigarette lighter/accessory plug?
Brian
8227  Cool


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