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 on: Today at 08:17:42 AM 
Started by Chris Hopkins - Last post by Lightweight_911
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I've rotated the picture for you ...  Wink



 2 
 on: Today at 07:42:57 AM 
Started by nthomas1 - Last post by nistri
If you use the in-series arrangement for the electric pump, you will actually pump through the mechanical pump, not an ideal situation, Andrea

 3 
 on: Today at 06:37:42 AM 
Started by Chris Hopkins - Last post by DavidLaver
Just realised no body has answered the first question.

I have given my favourite Fulvia an internal makeover, what do you think?


Looks lovely !!!

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 on: Today at 06:23:01 AM 
Started by simonandjuliet - Last post by simonandjuliet
Hi Peter, I have sent you an email, but if anyone else is interested , please let me know to see if I can make another batch

 5 
 on: Yesterday at 10:24:03 PM 
Started by peterblenk - Last post by peterblenk
I am looking for an original set of the bars that bolt to the monocoque to support the rear bumper. My car has the aluminium bumper. I could use even an imperfect pair, or even just one.
Peter Blenk

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 on: Yesterday at 10:20:14 PM 
Started by simonandjuliet - Last post by peterblenk
I would be interested, as well. I did try to have some made and found that extruders just were not interested, even when I offered to pay for tooling and agreed to take the huge minimum amount - some 1,000 metres. I also tried another avenue that I thought would be better - a polished aluminium-coloured vinyl. This would not corrode, as the original aluminium piece did, and would be much easier to fit. In the end, I gave up and used the rubber one from Cicognani. My plan is to try painting it, using aluminium- coloured paint. I expect this would eventually wear off or require renewing.
Peter Blenk

 7 
 on: Yesterday at 10:13:20 PM 
Started by Chris Hopkins - Last post by Chris Hopkins
Thanks Peter, sounds logical, I will give that a go next time.

 8 
 on: Yesterday at 08:28:45 PM 
Started by Dikappa - Last post by Mikenoangelo
V windscreens work well - the wind and rain get deflected over your head and round the side, unlike the typical British flat screen which sends a wet draught onto the back of your neck!  The French knew all about it and here is my Salmson - no hood, no wipers but drivable under most conditions with Rainex on the glass to disperse the wet. If it gets really bad there is a sweet spot for a couple of inches above the screen through which I can see without getting a faceful. This is an original 1925 screen, but I have made another to the same pattern which was an interesting exercise.

Mike

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 on: Yesterday at 07:49:53 PM 
Started by simonandjuliet - Last post by Raahauge
I rebuilt one on my Ardea. It was very worn (completely shot) and needed building up with weld, re-machining, and re-bushing.
I did not document the process unfortunately.
The main body unscrews but it is very tight and needs to be tightened to the same position on re-assembly for the valve holes to be in the correct position to work.
The central rubber (?) operated adjustment mechanism was destroyed so I remade with a spool and "O" rings
The construction is generally a bit like a semi rotary pump but with porting to allow fluid from one chamber to the other.
I filled it with oil and it worked.
It seems there are different types, the one here would not have worked with the type of silicone that solidifies when warmed up.

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 on: Yesterday at 06:29:48 PM 
Started by nthomas1 - Last post by Neil
Mine is fitted in series, no T-piece required, you could relocate that existing pump to the rear as priming/ backup to leave the engine less cluttered.

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