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Discussion in 'Boxers/TR/M' started by JAYF, Oct 14, 2006.

  1. dgt

    dgt Formula 3
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  2. qwazipsycho

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  3. qwazipsycho

    qwazipsycho Formula 3

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    DON'T use this seal!!!!! Although the dimensions match the spec'd dimensions of the F seal, it's actually a .3mm larger ID. It will leak prematurely.
     
  4. jgmblair

    jgmblair Formula Junior

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    #304 jgmblair, Apr 16, 2016
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  5. 1TRICK6

    1TRICK6 Karting

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    Bosch #438170001 Fuel Pressure Accumulator for TR.
    Various sellers on Amazon for around $80.
    Mine were leaking just before I got my engine out service and found them on Amazon.
    Shop wanted to charge me $300 each, NOT.
    I compared them to my original ones and they are exactly the same, worked great.
     
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  6. 302Tim

    302Tim Formula 3
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    Mondial hood struts (PN 60563300) are a direct replacement for TR hood struts (PN 61496700 (early cars) superceded to 61571600) and hold charge considerably longer--used/recommended by Rifledriver
     
  7. Veedub00

    Veedub00 F1 Rookie
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    #307 Veedub00, May 29, 2016
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  8. qwazipsycho

    qwazipsycho Formula 3

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  9. qwazipsycho

    qwazipsycho Formula 3

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    I have a better idea. Disconnect them.
     
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  10. qwazipsycho

    qwazipsycho Formula 3

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    #310 qwazipsycho, Jun 14, 2016
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  11. bpu699

    bpu699 F1 World Champ
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    #311 bpu699, Jul 23, 2016
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    Searched his thread but didn't find it...

    Anyone find a v-belt for the alternator or air pump that work and can be bought at the local napa? Bought them from Ricambi, but may have gotten the wrong items...

    Reads gates 6262mc 85be on new belts sent. Only way to get belt on is to take pulley off...

    Odd
     
  12. dwhite

    dwhite F1 Rookie

    Looks like a fuel sock for a 1978 CJ5 Jeep is a near perfect match. Needs very little modification. Thanks to cnpapa24.
     
  13. UpNorth

    UpNorth Formula 3
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    LS Technologies in Saskatoon, Canada

    This is where I found struts for the front lid of my 85 TR.

    Part # A8-8-090-255-330N Gas Spring ( Replaces Lift-o-Mat 530778 )

    $43.00 canadian each.

    Call and ask for Nolan. He knows what we are looking for.
    Great service!
     
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  14. ago car nut

    ago car nut F1 Rookie
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    #314 ago car nut, Aug 21, 2017
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    Rock auto: 1990 Chevrolet Caprice 5.7L V8
    air/smog check valve $ 27.65 pair
    GM22040897
     
  15. tommydogs

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    Going to build a TR fuse box relay bypass like Dave here:

    http://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/threads/tr-fuse-box-relay-bypass.561503/

    Really didn't want to use my old relays, which I suspect may be damaged anyway, so found this website I didn't see posted anywhere here to show the modern equivalent of the old relay numbers:

    https://secure.bosch-classic.com/en/produktsuche

    Put the # on the relay covering in the Bosch Order Number field, search, then click on the Alternatives tab to see the current replacement products.

    It seems waytekwire.com has the two types I'm looking for: 0 332 209 151 and 0 332 019 151, which replace 0 332 204 101 and 0 332 014 140, 0 332 014 113
     
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  16. HOU

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    F12M Front Hood Struts

    Stabilus Liftomat 2196DQ 0700N 358/01 E10

    successful replacement May 2018
    Lift Supports Depot PM3087
     
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  17. VColin

    VColin Karting

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    512 TR and F512M Radiator - OEM 150213 LH side radiator - OEM 150212 RH side radiator

    Replacement with Wizard Cooling units with same dimensions, higher capacity. Can be painted with radiator black paint to match.

    150213 LH side radiator interchanged with Wizard Cooling part # 60006-500
    Driver side LHD model:
    https://wizardcooling.com/1991-94-ferrari-512-tr-1995-f512m-driver-side-aluminum-radiator/

    150212 RH side radiator interchanged with Wizard Cooling part # 60007-500
    Passenger side LHD model:
    https://wizardcooling.com/1991-94-ferrari-512-tr-1995-f512m-passenger-side-aluminum-radiator/
     
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  18. theunissenguido

    theunissenguido Formula 3
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    Instead of extra relais and wires hanging around of your fusebox, a better solution is changing your OEM board with a new board that has a thicker plate, bigger connectors for relais, fuses and wire connectors, has direct pin to pin solderpoints and wires of 2.5 mm2. Solves all those heating problems and you keep the OEM look !
    Those new boards you can find here http://redbaycars.com/remanufactured/ferrari parts.html
    or start conversation with theunissenguido.
    There is also an installation manual available in English, French and Italian.
    New boards are made for Testarossa, TR, 512 TR, all mondials, 400i and 412, F40, 288GTO, 328, 550, 456...
    Guido
     
  19. fast911ray

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    How about early TR alternator & A/C V belt interchanges..
     
  20. bpu699

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    Not sure what that means. I can though tell you that you can change the alternator pulley with a $20 one off ebay with no issues. My belt kept popping off every 1000 miles so I put in a slightly oversizeed pulley that was deeper. No issues.
     
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  21. c4b4the04

    c4b4the04 Karting

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    My distributor center button had disintegrated over the past 30 years. The internal opening was roughly 0.22” dia. A Toyota truck 3.0 liter distributor cap from the mid 90’s has a 0.19” dia spring loaded center button. Drop in replacement. I cleaned the rotor with Deoxit cleaner and some 500 grit sandpaper. I used a bit of fine Emory cloth on the rotor contacts. The motor fired back to life, all 12 cylinders with good spark. The center button is a direct replacement and a part you can consider a 13 dollar service item. You’ll buy the whole cap, take the button out of the center and dispose of the cap itself. You’re only getting the button you need but at $13 usd, are you going to complain?!

    Cap part number is Borg Warner
    C763. Fits a 1994 Toyota truck 3.0L V6. About the most common motor on earth. Cheers. Hope this helps someone.

    FWIW, my research indicates Borg Warner standardized cap and rotor contact buttons. There are two sizes currently produced as spring loaded buttons. The smaller 0.19” dia and the larger 0.24” buttons. Openings in a Marelli TR cap are 0.22” dia so the 0.19 fits perfectly and the spring interlocks with the cap like factory. The Toyota cap I found is the cheapest and most plentiful cap I could source with the smaller size button. Others have it, this one is just the cheapest.


    Sent from my iPhone using FerrariChat.com mobile app
     
  22. plip

    plip Karting

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  23. fridolin_pt

    fridolin_pt Karting

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    Germany NRW
    I had to replace the switch for the headlights. Lancia Delta Integrale is identical
     
  24. xplodee

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    I’m looking to do the same. 100% swap in? Or did you have to mix and match some parts?
     
  25. fridolin_pt

    fridolin_pt Karting

    Mar 25, 2008
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    Light switch fits, wiper switch too but needs changing plugs.
     
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