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Richard B
August 5, 2017, 10:16pm Report to Moderator

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Does anybody know of a conversion to the bottom bowl of the 175 Stromberg, something that gives a non-leaky blanking plug?

(and if not, why not) I've found a Lotus site where an aluminium plug was sealed into the hole.

Why couldn't have Zenith brought out a plain bowl without the O Ring and hole for the later emission carbs?

Could the hole have a plate TIG'd in?


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1968Vitesse25
August 5, 2017, 10:36pm Report to Moderator

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Like these?



Available on the bay of fleas

http://www.ebay.ie/itm/STROMBE.....a:g:eYIAAOSwB4NW0fuf
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Richard B
August 5, 2017, 11:31pm Report to Moderator

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Brilliant!

Do you know are they for a 175, the listing does not say.


Surrey AO and Triumph Hoover, Location: Guildford - Surrey,
Spitfire 2.5PI - 1967 having surgery, PI Saloon - 1969 RBRR x 3, PI Estate - 1969 (to restore), Stag - 1971 RBRR x 2,
PI Saloon MkII - 1971(stalled project), Sold some cars!  

Daughters own: Herald 1500 1961, Herald 1500 Coupe 1962, Dolomite 1300 1976, Herald 13/60 Estate 1970
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1968Vitesse25
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Haven't seen any. 150's with that type of base. Worth asking the vendor.
I suspect they are left overs from converting 175 SEVX carbs (lots of NOS ones about ex US spec TR7) to adjustable jet for older cars.

ETA: they seem to have NOS 175's

http://stores.ebay.ie/N-J-Will.....romberg&_sacat=0
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Richard B
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Thanks for the info. I've bought them.

Just had a reply from the vendor

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they fit 150cd and 175cd carbs both are the same these came off 175cdl


Surrey AO and Triumph Hoover, Location: Guildford - Surrey,
Spitfire 2.5PI - 1967 having surgery, PI Saloon - 1969 RBRR x 3, PI Estate - 1969 (to restore), Stag - 1971 RBRR x 2,
PI Saloon MkII - 1971(stalled project), Sold some cars!  

Daughters own: Herald 1500 1961, Herald 1500 Coupe 1962, Dolomite 1300 1976, Herald 13/60 Estate 1970
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mikeyb
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Hi Richard - if the fit Stag, happy to do a deal with you for a couple.  Fed up with the whiff of petrol after a good thrashing!


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Richard B
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Ok pm sent


Surrey AO and Triumph Hoover, Location: Guildford - Surrey,
Spitfire 2.5PI - 1967 having surgery, PI Saloon - 1969 RBRR x 3, PI Estate - 1969 (to restore), Stag - 1971 RBRR x 2,
PI Saloon MkII - 1971(stalled project), Sold some cars!  

Daughters own: Herald 1500 1961, Herald 1500 Coupe 1962, Dolomite 1300 1976, Herald 13/60 Estate 1970
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1968Vitesse25
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4 sold? I've half a mind to ask the vendor for commission!
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Graham1
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1968Vitesse25, You should.

Had the GT6 booked in for an MOT on Saturday, took it out of the garage on Friday night for a final check. Petrol poured out of the front carb. Stripped the carb down to check the needle valve, still no joy. So cancelled MOT. Saw this thread on Saturday night and brought two on Sunday after it was confirmed that they would fit CD150s.

So to all thank you for the lead.

Hopefully MOT next Saturday.

Graham
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Pete Lewis
August 7, 2017, 5:57pm Report to Moderator

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  Bear in mind they wont fit a cd or cds carb with adjustable jet only those later ones cdse >  with top needle adjusters


1964 1600 Vitesse 6 Cactus and Black , now  sold
now have T2000   Mk2 saloon in French Blue/grey trim  been  restored without running since 1997
now has power steering ,poly bushed and Alfa 156 seats
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Richard B
August 8, 2017, 9:34am Report to Moderator

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Correct, but all Stags have the CDSE with the top adjustment. As there is little space underneath anyway. As well as the emission requirements.

You should see the contortions required to get your hand underneath each carb to check for a leak!  


Surrey AO and Triumph Hoover, Location: Guildford - Surrey,
Spitfire 2.5PI - 1967 having surgery, PI Saloon - 1969 RBRR x 3, PI Estate - 1969 (to restore), Stag - 1971 RBRR x 2,
PI Saloon MkII - 1971(stalled project), Sold some cars!  

Daughters own: Herald 1500 1961, Herald 1500 Coupe 1962, Dolomite 1300 1976, Herald 13/60 Estate 1970
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Graham1
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Fortunately or not my GT6 has top adjusters as well, hence the leak.

Just ordered some new gaskets so hopefully get them fitted later this week when delivered.

Graham
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Pete Lewis
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always check the gasket follows the base contours  many kits have a full set of evolved gaskets  its easy to fit one and
find theres a corner not sealed as the gasket  shapes have small changes over the evolved years

just a thought  Pete


1964 1600 Vitesse 6 Cactus and Black , now  sold
now have T2000   Mk2 saloon in French Blue/grey trim  been  restored without running since 1997
now has power steering ,poly bushed and Alfa 156 seats
location  Luton
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Graham1
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Last night went to fit bases TO 150CD however was not able due to the screw that are required, the current screws are either too long or the short one just grip the threads. I felt this was not quite right. Today went to engineering suppliers and got the following 8-32x11/4 UNC cap heads to do the job. All the screws required on these bases are the same length.
I hope this helps anyone else considering this job.
Graham
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Richard B
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I found for the Stag that I needed even shorter cap-Head bolts 7/8" as two per carb were bottoming out.

Hopefully this leak will now be resolved.  


Surrey AO and Triumph Hoover, Location: Guildford - Surrey,
Spitfire 2.5PI - 1967 having surgery, PI Saloon - 1969 RBRR x 3, PI Estate - 1969 (to restore), Stag - 1971 RBRR x 2,
PI Saloon MkII - 1971(stalled project), Sold some cars!  

Daughters own: Herald 1500 1961, Herald 1500 Coupe 1962, Dolomite 1300 1976, Herald 13/60 Estate 1970
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