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Old 01-16-2013, 04:03 PM
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Good news!!

Lamborghini price for water pump O-ring is $8 and the CV joint gaskets are $5.50 each. I cant believe it, prices for something that actually make sense!!!
Which means the crossover Trabant part # is .23 cents & .09 cents. LOL
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Got the exhaust sampling bungs welded on, and new oil filter.

Note engine in cradle with new mounts and silent blocks.
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Another Jalpa mystery.

One one of the banks of carbs, I have a rubber hose connecting the intake runners so the vacuum is connected to both carbs.

on the other bank, there is no connector, rather the holes are plugged.

Should the hose connector be on both banks of carbs? Can someone with a Euro car peek in and see?

I believe looking at the parts diagram there should be, but why would anyone remove it, and the threaded bolt plugs look original and pretty caked on.

Thanks in advance.
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That's the low pressure feed for the brakes, but with the best will I can't tell you like it was on my car, didn't find a picture as well.
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That's the low pressure feed for the brakes, but with the best will I can't tell you like it was on my car, didn't find a picture as well.
The brakes, the distributor advance, and the emissions airflaps.

thanks for looking.

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Yes there shord be a hose there.
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Thanks Christopher,

I wonder why someone would remove the hose and the fittings....

They are $85 a piece and I need two. I think what I am going to do is remove the two from the ends to the center, then cap the ends. That will leave me with one side still operational serving the brake booster. Then I will install a T in the new tube and run the vacuum advance for the distributor from that.

Either that or make new fittings.
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whoever warned me about getting POR 15 on your skin was right.

I was in the engine bay painting last week, and must have touched my nose to some wet paint (about a dime size area). I didnt realize until a few hours later, and it was well and cured. The only way to got it off was to remove the top layer of skin, but the damn stuff got in my pores, and it looks like I have a beard on my nose.
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LOL.. shaver away
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Thanks Christopher,

I wonder why someone would remove the hose and the fittings....

They are $85 a piece and I need two. I think what I am going to do is remove the two from the ends to the center, then cap the ends. That will leave me with one side still operational serving the brake booster. Then I will install a T in the new tube and run the vacuum advance for the distributor from that.

Either that or make new fittings.
That is how mine was set-up on my Euro #071. I used your photo to show the hose routing in blue to indicate how mine was attached.

Also, the pipe (red arrow) that attaches to the parts 6, 7 and 8 runs to the vacuum canister for the brakes.
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