Need a edging strip on the work surface !
Noddy wrote:I know Jeff , it was an offcut , its in the pooter room so im not bothered
Chrome gearlever anyone , its just a slide on cover really made from a piece of office furniture
Noddy wrote:Made a steering wheel cowl today from an old stainless steel toothbrush holder , hides the inner column a treat
impmann wrote:Nick, could the lack of full throttle because the pedal isn't a Sport one? Or rather hasn't been redrilled for more pull?
kilty wrote:I concur! Mischievous Child sums them up for me. Mine is being just that today. Well the electrics are at least.
Noddy wrote:Singer sailed through the MOT today with no advisories
We stuck it on the emmisions tester just for a look see ,
C/O on ticker is 5% which drops to 1.3% at 1000 to 200RPM
So a bit weak really , that said it pulls like a train and revs like a its possessed
AFR at 1000 to 2000rpm is therefore 14.01 to 14.04 , passed the lambda test at 0.998 at 2000rpm
L e C will probably tell me its all wrong now
No, but I'd raise your tickover somewhere into that 14 AFR band and out of the 5% CO zone, save petrol (despite a tad more revs) and save your engine from borewash plus keeps the hot oil pressure and flow healthy...you just have to hope your water cooling is happy on a slight raised tickover in traffic, in June.
HARTWELL MK1 wrote:What are the pop rivets for 6^ either side of the lock? Going a bit rusty at the top of the shelf!
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