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PaulTWinterton last won the day on December 30 2020

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  1. Geez, I remember having that issue. It was incorrect timing and dwell in my 008 dizzy. Sorry, I know you are running a 123 but it's oddly the same issue I've known other tii owners to have as well.
  2. Right, I'd forgotten that they changed the engine electrical in 74.
  3. Question. You say there is rough running at WOT, mis-firing? Please clarify. If the air/fuel ratio is wrong at 2000-3000 rpms there will be surging while revving the engine or bucking while driving.
  4. No. Not without contrary results. Covering the hole and potentially adding fuel with the verboten screw doesn't just add fuel but allows you to add air at idle (smoother running), and carry extra fuel along the range to keep the ratio from getting too lean higher up the rpm range. NOTE: If you plan to adjust the verboten screw, mark the original position.
  5. FWIW, Original red coil uses 1.8 resistor. My modern one uses the external resistor as well.
  6. My pumps have always had a key, wave washer, and a skinny nut against the aluminum sprocket. They don't show the key in the diagram either. Actually, it's a very high vibration area, hence the coarser threads and higher torque values.
  7. I cannot say. Also, unless you add a few other items, I think the shipping will make the part too expensive. I see new ones for $30+. Shipping could be $20.
  8. May I ask what the positives are? I'm curious about the 123, and performance enhancement, to convince me to buy one. My car is running well on the 008, but better is always nice.
  9. I like being Grand Master Paul. I just can't seem to get my wife to call me that though.
  10. Does it stop if you hold it? If not, it's possible a guibo bolt is coming loose and starting to touch the tranny output, presuming it's only happening while driving that is.
  11. How does this stuff accumulate so fast! I will delete items as they are sold and add a few that I've missed. PM with questions etc. First PMs will get priority on purchases. If you are considering a large item, also consider small items to reduce the shipping costs per item. I am shipping from Canada so shipping will be a little more costly and travel time can hit upto 2 weeks. All prices in US dollars. B Pillar Moulding - 51711819817 Used, some scratches $30 Clutch Slave Cylinder - Used with Rod and Hose $70 Distributor Housing - Cleaned, honed, and clearcoated $35 Halfshaft Boots - $5 All Horn Set - Cheap replicas new $10 Set Odds n Ends (Single Picture) Headlight (socket) dust covers $5 set M10 Engine Front Lift Plate - plated $5 SOLD Hex Bolts - For Halfshafts - plated $5 per 12 SOLD Plug Wire Guides - Prototype plated $5 set SOLD Cable Loop - 64531353270 - plated, requires rubber grommet $5 ea O² Sensor Bung and Cap Bolt New $20 SOLD Crankshaft Nut and Washer Sets - plated $5 set Dipstick Tube (Early non-flared) With Cable Loop $10 SOLD Back Up Light Switch (Getrag 242) Tested good $5 Engine Temp Sensor - Tested good $2 SOLD Hood Rubber Seal - used but clean SOLD Seat Pad (Driver side) - Used 3 years, great spare $140 Tii Coolant Pipe - Can`t guarantee quality. May have pin holes. $20 Tii Intermediate Shaft - Early, plated, modified, funky $20 Tii Plastic KF Belt Covers Set - funky $10 Tii Throttle Body - New rod bushings - $300
  12. I'd bite. I instant saw a special tool on that wall that I'd use. What the hell is that silver car?
  13. The dreaded last inch. It may appear that the engine needs to be lifted at the front to make the gap between the block and transmission equal all round but it is also necessary to raise the rear of the tranny. You must consider a couple of things 1) getting the bellhousing past the center link, and 2) the gearshift base proximity to the hole in the tunnel must be very close. Aligning the engine and tranny as close as possible to their final position will greatly increase your chances of a quicker mating, IMHO. IIRC, one half inch gap all round should be enough to allow you to turn the output shaft of the transmission while in gear so that the input splines rotate to line up and push the transmission forward the last half inch. I hope some of that helps.
  14. AFAIR, the spring goes behind the vinyl, with the larger diameter facing outward. The disk is on the outside of the vinyl and then the knob.
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