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 on: Today at 03:23:06 PM 
Started by Snoop - Last post by my8thholden
They have a web site under "New Old Car Co " , looks like they go back to EJ , couldn't see anything for FE FC ...but give em a go Snoop ,one door closes another opens ..Vern ..

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 on: Today at 01:40:58 PM 
Started by DougT - Last post by ardiesse
Yep.

That's exactly my experience with a 3-1/8" bore J-motor.  With a 51 main jet it's a little flat-spotty and surge-y just off idle, but I get 33-34 mpg on long trips.  A 53 main jet smooths it out nicely.

Rob

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 on: Today at 11:57:37 AM 
Started by DougT - Last post by Harv
 Grin

Cheers,
Harv

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 on: Today at 11:51:46 AM 
Started by DougT - Last post by DougT
Just to let you know the outcome of my J Series engine rebuild, block was bored out to 3.125 i.e. 142 cu in, and rebuilt with standard J series cam and BXOV-1 carburetor (.051 main jet). All went well, however, the car was surging slightly when cruising or under prolonged load, changed up to a .053 main jet and all is well. Marvelous what two thou can do. Thanks Doug

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 on: Today at 11:19:38 AM 
Started by Snoop - Last post by Harv
My 2007 invoice says Phil's Rotary's and Fast Fours, and Cafe Racer. The mob has changed slightly, but still in business with the same phone number:

Phils Rotarys / New Old Car Company / Cafe Racer Pty Ltd
350 S Pine Rd, Brendale QLD 4500
(07) 3205 4433

The invoice has them at 4 Leanne Crescent in Lawnton.

Cheers,
Harv

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 on: Today at 06:02:43 AM 
Started by Snoop - Last post by Snoop
Morning all,
Followed up with leads from Harv but no luck as yet waiting on a return phone call after leaving message with one of the outlets. Couldn’t find a listing for Ricks fast fours after searching perhaps they have gone out of business.
Oh well as the saying goes “the search continues “. 
Cheers
Snoop

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 on: Yesterday at 05:27:38 PM 
Started by Ken's 57 - Last post by my8thholden
Ken ..Your on to it , way to go ..A local machinist near me went to auction and bought a Italian made lathe for $15,000 at ex Govmnt auction , with spare 4 jaw chuck and tools etc ..it was ex RAAF , so precision needed there , never worked hard in its life , original cost $58,000 ...Vern

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 on: Yesterday at 05:24:15 PM 
Started by Mustard - Last post by Laszlo
Sorry guys I just read the second page now , and watched the Rare spares video. So I must take off the doors.

Laszlo

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 on: Yesterday at 05:15:44 PM 
Started by Mustard - Last post by Laszlo
How difficult to change all the door  rubbers without removing the doors ?

Cheers : Laszlo

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 on: Yesterday at 12:40:18 PM 
Started by Ken's 57 - Last post by Ken's 57
Thanks Trevor. I wasn't aware that you could do a cut-out with concrete. That is definitely worth investigating. Several companies appear to have "extension kits" that support the posts but I do like the idea of locally thickening. I'll talk to my concrete man about that possibility. My slab is around 110mm.

Well done scoring all that gear Vern. I got fed up trying to buy a decent drill press so I went to Manheim's Auctions at Moorebank and picked up an ex Defence Dept drill. It's a "Parken" brand, made in Australia, fitted with a beautiful Jacobs Chuck and runs superbly. I'm guessing it's around 30-40 years old and it is so solid that I needed the engine hoist to get it up onto the bench!! Drills 9/16" through mild steel and doesn't even raise a sweat!!

Thanks, Ken  Smiley

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