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  SU carb.
Posted by: jonblob33 - , 09:27 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (1)

Hi, having just acquired a H1 carb I am thinking about fitting it to my bog standard 1933 PD. The carb has a weighted piston & no spring. Can anyone suggest a safe starting point for needle & jet please? Also could I fit a spring with the weighted piston. 
TIA. Kevin.

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  PWA7C December 2018 calendar photograph ?
Posted by: Joe eck - , 08:28 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (6)

Out of pure curiosity does anybody happen to know the location of the seaside photograph on the December 2018 PWA7C calendar?
It looks familiar but haven't yet been able to identify.

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  2019 CALENDARS.
Posted by: Chris Garner - , 04:23 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (7)

    Friends,
See the For Sale page for 2019 PWA7C Calendars . £2.50 each post paid

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  2019 CALENDARS FOR SALE
Posted by: Chris Garner - , 04:18 PM - Forum: Sales - Replies (2)

Pre War Austin Seven Club 2019 Calendars.   A4 size, landscape. 

13 previously unseen, period shots of Austin Sevens - one per month + cover

Only £2.50 each post paid

Cheque or Paypal from:
Chris Garner, 1 Westminster Close, Melton Mowbray. LE13 0PF
ulster29@hotmail.co.uk

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  Setting up a Home Car Workshop By Julian Edgar
Posted by: Austin Carr - , 04:12 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - No Replies

An interesting book for anyone starting from scratch or even having a new workshop/garage:-

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  Christmas Wish List
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  Portuguese Seven
Posted by: Mike Costigan - , 12:53 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (9)

Obviously not 1930 as stated, is this a late RN with rear petrol tank or an earlier car that's been modified?

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  Windscreen closer
Posted by: Dave Mann - , 07:29 AM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (1)

    Can anyone identify this windscreen closer? The dashboard end mounting is different to the usual RN/RP mounting.

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  How related were the Seven, Big Seven and Eight Engines?
Posted by: Nate M - , 04:20 AM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (3)

Hello

Have read conflicting things regarding the exact relationship between the 747cc Seven, 900cc Big Seven and 900cc Eight engines.

Some say the latter two are virtually clean sheet designs with little commonality between them or to the Seven engine, others say either the Big Seven or the Big Seven and Eight are both redesigns of the original Seven engine. 

Also if the Eight engine does indeed share a relation stretching back to the Big Seven or Seven engines, was 900cc the maximum capacity the engine was capable of or was further stretch available (as seem to recall articles about Seven-derived engines being stretched to as much as 950cc if not more)?

And lastly is it known whether the Big Seven or Eight engines were recipients of an OHV conversion along similar lines to the LAP Head for the original Seven engine (possibly by Alta, etc)?

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  Returning with a Wet Car
Posted by: Colin Morgan - 08-12-2018, 08:35 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (5)

Hi,

What is recommended on returning from a rainy trip, please?  I don't like closing the door on a wet car.

Colin

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