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  1. The Classic Alfa Romeos
    I'm kicking myself, I've just replaced the carby mount's on my 1982 GTV, it's got the twin 40 ml dellorto carburettors and I've done all the work and I'm in the process of reconnecting the linkages and this is the embarrassing bit, the two linkages going from the throttle and then upto the carby...
  2. The Classic Alfa Romeos
    Hi, I am new to carburettors, so please be gentle with me. I have a 1975 Alfetta with a 1750 Nord engine in it, running with a pair of Dellortos and the stock FilterKing regulator/filter. I recently rebuilt the regulator, removing all the varnish and crud, and the decomposing seals, and fit a...
  3. The Classic Alfa Romeos
    My mechanical fuel pump died last year and the car never ran right after I replaced it. My assumption was that whomever set the carbs up previously did so on an air/fuel mix coming from the failing fuel pump as it was running super rich and fouling the plugs horribly with the new pump. I got my...
  4. Alfa 33, Sud & Sprint
    Guys your comments needed. Currently the engine is fed through a Dellorto FRDA 32F single choke carburettor. When the engine reaches normal operating temperatures gets difficult to drive smoothly when accelerating from the traffic lights or when cruising with small throttle openings. :( Engine...
  5. Alfa 33, Sud & Sprint
    Has anyone had any success freeing up siezed butterfly spindles on IDF Webers? I have one which is completely solid. Tried WD40 and light penetrating oil but it remains unmoveable. Presumably, there are two separate spindles in a single IDF (linked together by a minute roll pin)? Somone...
  6. Alfa 33, Sud & Sprint
    Good Morning My Fellow Alfisti, I am back with another problem and question, I'd appreciate your help. Firstly I was wondering if the shock absorbers / Mc Pherson struts on the 33 differ from the AlfaSud's. I own 2 Suds and have noticed that when going over our wonderfully potted roads in...
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