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by Huib
23 Nov 2020, 17:02
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: EBC brake pads for Series 1
Replies: 4
Views: 201

Re: EBC brake pads for Series 1

Hi Albert Looks like yo are doing a good job and you get the problems solved. Indeed, new parts are always suspect as they are not original Lancia. The father of Wainer Mariuzzo, my Italian colleague at the shop, was an Esatau driver. He worked for Fiat. His job was to pick up parts from suppliers. ...
by Huib
18 Nov 2020, 22:04
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: EBC brake pads for Series 1
Replies: 4
Views: 201

Re: EBC brake pads for Series 1

That was the long answer.

The short answer is:
Do the test with one of the circuits empty and then the other circuit empty. If you can still brake without pushing the pedal throughthe floor, then you are ok.
by Huib
18 Nov 2020, 15:39
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: Brake cylinders to caliper torque specs
Replies: 4
Views: 275

Re: Brake cylinders to caliper torque specs

Grazie Giovanni.
Good to see that material. Very nice.

I really look forward to see you again in Mondovi. As soon as the Corona thing is over we will drive to Mondovi again for some glasses of good Dolcetto.
by Huib
18 Nov 2020, 15:04
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: EBC brake pads for Series 1
Replies: 4
Views: 201

Re: EBC brake pads for Series 1

The answer is not simple. Most Serie 1 cars have an 18 mm master cylinder. The amount of fluid the plungers displace per mm of travel is some 30% less than the displacement of the Series 2 mbc and about half the displacement of the mbc’s on Flavia and Flaminia. In hydraulics one calculates with surf...
by Huib
17 Nov 2020, 00:01
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: Bleeding super duplex part 4.
Replies: 13
Views: 337

Re: Bleeding super duplex part 4.

Sure you can.
by Huib
16 Nov 2020, 16:37
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: Bleeding super duplex part 4.
Replies: 13
Views: 337

Re: Bleeding super duplex part 4.

Best check the MBC on the table then.

When assembled with plungers but without container put it in a tray. Pour brake fluid in the rear cavity. See if it come out at the side.
by Huib
15 Nov 2020, 22:36
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: Bleeding super duplex part 4.
Replies: 13
Views: 337

Re: Bleeding super duplex part 4.

mbc-s2.jpg Are you talking about the small hole roughly in the center? That hole is just before the cup. It fills the rear chamber. When you operate the rear plunger, the first thing it does is close that hole by moving forward. When the plunger moves home, it opens that hole so fluid can flow back...
by Huib
12 Nov 2020, 12:08
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: Bleeding super duplex part 4.
Replies: 13
Views: 337

Re: Bleeding super duplex part 4.

Exactly. And also there is no hole to the compensation chamber of the rear plunger. If the thing is as on the drawing, it cannot work. There is more documentation, drawings, manuals etc from the early 70's which are no good. The feeling I often have is that the drawings were made by not fully inform...
by Huib
11 Nov 2020, 11:56
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: S1 upper arms silent block
Replies: 7
Views: 222

Re: S1 upper arms silent block

The system at the bottom is similar in the Series 1 cars The Series 2 had silent blocs. First at the bottom only and later also at the top. Your bottom ones may have been converted to the silent blocs as the bottom ones often wear quicker. It is also possible to convert the top ones to silent blocs....
by Huib
08 Nov 2020, 23:19
Forum: 65 Fulvia
Topic: S1 upper arms silent block
Replies: 7
Views: 222

Re: S1 upper arms silent block

It is beautifully engineered.

Try Ferrari.

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