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 on: Today at 03:58:18 PM 
Started by harvir93 - Last post by harvir93
Thanks Andrea. you have confirmed what I thought. I was a little worried about the width of the flange if there would be enough metal and space to bolt through. Measure twice and drill once!! I will leave the mahle fuel filter in on the inlet side as seems to be doing a cracking job for the time being. 
Is there a specific pressure to set the regulator too or should I leave it as factory.

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 on: Today at 03:52:04 PM 
Started by rikardo - Last post by rikardo
IMSA Sportscar Championship
Round 10
Long Beach
Saturday 25 September
Race 5:05pm to 6:45pm local - 10:05pm to 11:45 pm BST
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 on: Today at 10:34:32 AM 
Started by Beckerman67 - Last post by Beckerman67
 1972 Fulvia Coupe 1.3s S2

 Before tune - engine standard except for 123 electronic ignition and ITG foam air filter:

 BHP 72.7
 Max power at 5280 rpm
 Torque 78.3 lbf.ft at 4335 rpm

 After tune - main jets changed from standard 120 to 130 and timing adjusted:

 BHP 86.1
 Max power at 6405 rpm
 Torque 78.8 lbf.ft at 4800 rpm

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 on: Today at 10:25:11 AM 
Started by Cookengland - Last post by simonpen
I have used Esposito Elvezio for most of my rubber components and am happy with the quality of parts and service.

 5 
 on: Today at 08:09:21 AM 
Started by Cookengland - Last post by Cookengland
Hi,

After sitting for 36years in storage I am looking for a full set of rubber seals back to front(hood, doors and trunk)

Either single items or somewhere that can do them as a full set.

Many thanks
 Smiley

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 on: Today at 06:45:32 AM 
Started by harvir93 - Last post by nistri
The filter king is a fuel pressure regulator (to be adjusted via the top screw, clockwise you will INCREASE thw flow)) and, therefore, should go after the fuel pump which not rarely pushes out too high pressure. There is a flange in the engine bay where two holes can be drilled and the regulator fitted with nuts and bolts, I think the manual has a picture for the fitting, Andrea

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 on: Today at 06:41:14 AM 
Started by Wangler - Last post by nistri
What is the coolant temperature in winter? If this is low, no heater will work fine, Andrea

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 on: Yesterday at 10:21:40 PM 
Started by harvir93 - Last post by harvir93
I have now cleaned and sealed the tank using the POR-15 fuel tank kit. A pretty lengthy process but I think it has done the job. I can put fuel back in the tank from Monday (if nowhere near me has run out!).
I also blasted out the flow and return fuel lines with the air compressor. There was a fair amount of rust in them too (the colour of the petrol was like mahogony varnish). I have received the filter king and i have been looking into installation and I am little confused. As it is a fuel regulator I think it should be installed after the fuel pump but as a fuel filter i would prefer it before the pump to help protect it. So should I keep my inline filter for the fuel into the pump and fit the filter king between the pump and the carbs? or does it go before the pump in place of the inline filter and I am overthinking things
Location wise, I think I will install on to the arch just above where the fuel lines enter the engine bay. Should I use self tapping screws or drill holes in the overhanging section and bolt it through with the supplied bolts and nuts?

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 on: Yesterday at 08:09:27 PM 
Started by Wangler - Last post by fay66
S2 heaters are very efficient and, in fact, I normally have to turn down the heater output even when outside is very cold.

I agree. 9  times out 10 a poor heater is down to poor maintenance leading to a partially or fully blocked heater core. If  not blocked they are more than  adequate. Tim
Despite 'Fays' heater radiator being recored twice, the heater box has been removed and everything sealed but I've never been able to coax more than a slight trickle of heat out of it, and certainly not worth the effort, for years now I've driven in gloves, scarf, hat and a big coat in the winter.
Brian
8227 Cool

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 on: Yesterday at 12:11:04 PM 
Started by lanciab20 - Last post by Richard Fridd
Interesting that, my Toyota iQ is freshly serviced and now struggling to indicate 40mpg when high 40s was the norm and low 50s possible. Might not be the same usage as usual, will need to take it on a run or two and see if that makes a difference. Otherwise Iíll be getting the calculator out to see if it needs a diet of Super to save money
                      So the necessary more frequent refuelling negates the reduction in negative environmental impact? Is that partly correct? Richard

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