Discussion in 'Fuel System & Electrics' started by mr happy, May 1, 2018.
no bush required
Check with Andrew.
I haven't mucked with them other than refit so not sure.
He will ensure correct parts.
Grab a spare points and condenser off him to go in spares box.
No bush for the pump just a spacer.
I have used stock Bosch condensers made in Turkey, and haven’t had a problem per se, but the point are still throwaways before 10k. Some even sooner. Adjusting every 3k as the timing would change noticeably. I have changed to the petronix and so far very happy, but not cheap.
Cool will order pushrod and see how that goes,
thought i'd share what i thought was a bargain for those who are in the market for a new set of plugs and leads.
I snagged a set of NGK leads and plugs for $54 delivered from automotive superstore, leads were only $33, how cheap is that!
Also supercheap have a special on their 100 liter sandblasting cabinet / sand combo at the minute so i'm gonna grab one of those aswell, $200.
Back on topic, i gave my fuel pump a clean up so hopefully the diaphragms etc are ok, seems to be sucking and blowing correctly when operated manually. I got a new pushrod and when i turn the crank it strokes around 4mm, couldn't find anything in the bentley manual, anyone know if this is about right?
Regard mr h
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