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    sp53

    Re: Fuel Shutoff Valve

    Yeh sure-- I try and drive all the time, no hurry at all.
    Thanks Steve

    sp53 Today, 08:36 PM Go to last post
    blueskies

    Re: interesting article about converting classic cars to electric power

    This may be the way of the "future," and we may be going there. But no electric motor will ever have the sweet sound of a Healey exhaust.

    blueskies Today, 08:30 PM Go to last post
    steveg

    Re: Gasket, Inlet Manifold to Exhaust Manifold BJ8

    Below are the required torques from the manual. Divide lb in by 12 for lb ft.

    If one insists on torquing everything, suggest downloading

    steveg Today, 08:09 PM Go to last post
    John Turney

    Re: Electric Fiat

    I can see an electric conversion when gas stations go the way of buggy whips. By then, they might have a reasonably-priced conversion. I probably won't

    John Turney Today, 07:35 PM Go to last post
    Bob_Spidell

    Re: Ford Versus Ferrari Question

    In the movie, though, IIRC, they replaced the whole A-arm assembly; I was shaking my head when I saw it. That might be quicker than removing rotor, caliper,

    Bob_Spidell Today, 07:14 PM Go to last post
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