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 on: August 19, 2017, 08:48:36 pm 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by TELBOY
So......these are the 3d parts so far........NOT DONE BY ME. They include bumper end plates front and rear, hatch hinge covers ,light roses light, vacumn switch, mirror adjusters, interior light, switch housing, vent housing. I looked at doing this several months ago and would like to point out that producing these parts is immensely time consuming! Apart from scanning and programming the printing can take upto 12 hrs for each piece!!!! Remember everyone "things will happen when they happen" These are all prototypes and experimentation but what I have seen so far are amazing!!!!Richard, you're a genius!!!

 on: August 18, 2017, 10:59:37 pm 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by richard
i am allready busy trying to make some repair part so i keep it posted here once ready

 on: August 18, 2017, 08:56:04 pm 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by sc1962
ok Richard no worries.would you be able to replicate the plastic bracket for me?? obviously for an agreed price and postage etc as I think that's the only way I'm going to get one as it seems this is not available to buy from anywhere.although my window goes up and down ok it makes a terrible brrrrr due to the worm not feeding directly into the channel, as the brackets snapped and not holding it in place



 on: August 18, 2017, 08:02:47 pm 
Started by Murena IRL - Last post by richard

 on: August 18, 2017, 07:57:30 pm 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by richard
hi, thanks fot the offer, for now i got the parts that i needed.

 on: August 18, 2017, 04:15:36 pm 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by sc1962
it looks good.youre doin a fantastic job.always remember " Rome wasn't built in a day" as I always tell er indoors Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

 on: August 18, 2017, 03:59:17 pm 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by sc1962
hi Richard,r u after parts to recreate with a 3d printer Huh I am due to take my car off the road in the next month and could remove the gearlever console if you wish to copy it ?? also I have a window reg.bracket ,well actually a snapped one which you could use,and also copy for me as they are a hard brittle bracker and are no longer available from anywhere I think.as iv only just come back on the site after a few years I'm still trying to find my way round it but post or pm me if youre interested.thanks steve

 on: August 17, 2017, 10:45:05 am 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by Oetker
For older Simca there is also the pump without return mounted.
Before the carb a T-splitter is mounted and the return pipe needs calibrated at 0.7 mm for return .
Ofcoarse that is the rule for the original 1.6/ engine/Weber with a pump that generate 0.3 Bar.

 on: August 16, 2017, 09:13:58 pm 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by TELBOY
Thanks gents.. I just removed the old pump and replaced with a new one.  The fuel pipe went directlu to the carb with no regulator or valve!  There is no return pipe crom the carb either.  I will do a little research on pressure regulagors and valves.  Will keep you posts and again thank you.   Terry

 on: August 15, 2017, 11:50:02 am 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by suffolkpete
The original mechanical pump fitted to that engine (Pug 1.9 carburettor) did not have provision for a back flow, although the original Matra setup did.  If you have fitted an electric pump, the solution, as Jon suggests, is to re-instate the back flow or to install a pressure regulator.  Most carb needle valves cannot withstand a pressure of more than about 3 psi.

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