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28415

Re: herald/ spitfire distributor

A Delco (with mechanical tachometer drive) would have been the original distributor, but I suspect any of the distributors you have will work reasonably well.
Andrew S Mace
Jan 30
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28414

herald/ spitfire distributor

hi guys, the engine in my herald convertible is a spitfire 1300 USA high compression model. engine number fd16815he with twin carbs. i am trying to find the
dangerous_rob
Jan 30
#28414
 
28413

Re: Information MK11 1147cc

The stage II crank is new in its original package (SAH) Leyland also printed on box Donald thanks for the head information I was looking for the performance
Ian Lovi
Oct 25, 2015
#28413
 
28412

Re: Information MK11 1147cc

DO NOT POLISH the crank but smooth out any nicks etc. These are where cracks can start. In any case if you intend to scream the engine--6-7000 RPM you;ll need
Michael Rogers
Oct 25, 2015
#28412
 
28411

Re: Information MK11 1147cc

I would find it hard to answer the original questions. "Stage II" (not "Stage11") is an indicator that some one had intent of running the engine somewhat
Donald H Locker
Oct 24, 2015
#28411
 
28410

Re: Information MK11 1147cc

Andy I have had no replies to the questions I asked Regards Ian Sent from my iPhone On 25 Oct 2015, at 8:25 am, Andrew Mace
Ian Lovi
Oct 24, 2015
#28410
 
28409

1963 Triumph spitfire rolling chassis 4 $

i have a 1963 spitfire rolling chassis for sale if any one needs one $200. complete brake suspension and steering systems on a rust free chassis from maryland.
scot104
Oct 24, 2015
#28409
 
28408

Re: Information MK11 1147cc

I didn't see any answers to this; did you get one? If not, maybe someone at, say, Jigsaw Racing in the UK might know? --Andy Mace *Mrs Irrelevant: Oh, is it a
Andrew Mace
Oct 24, 2015
#28408
 
28407

Information MK11 1147cc

I have been given a Stage11 MK11 spitfire Crankshaft still in is packaging What is the difference between it and a standard Crankshaft I have also been given a
Ian Lovi
Oct 12, 2015
#28407
 
28406

Re: cracked up Dynamo mounting bracket

Try Rarebits4classics. If Bill doesn't have one he's likely to know who has! You could always convert to an alternator........  ........._______
Chris Byard
Aug 2, 2015
#28406
 
28405

cracked up Dynamo mounting bracket

Hi all, While poking about, I discovered that my dynamo mounting bracket (to the block) has broken in two! Canley and Rimmer don't sell them anymore. Moss
davidrteran
Aug 1, 2015
#28405
 
28404

Re: Having a laugh?

Is that a rhetorical question? ;) --Andy Mace *Mrs Irrelevant: Oh, is it a jet? *Man: Well, no ... It's not so much of a jet, it's more your, er, Triumph
Andrew Mace
Jul 27, 2015
#28404
 
28403

Re: Having a laugh?

Is "lousy quality repro parts" an oxymoron?
blackbelair
Jul 27, 2015
#28403
 
28402

Having a laugh?

Hi all, I don't know how many of you get those annoying emails from Rimmers - I think I'm about to set them all as spam - but they've surpassed themselves
Dan Owen
Jul 25, 2015
#28402
 
28401

Re: Rear oil housing Removed - finally

Thanks for your self-control Bryan! In the end, I'm just glad to be getting on with it instead of being up against a wall (covertly bolted). Yep, I'll be
David Otey
Jul 2, 2015
#28401
 
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