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  1. Well, that reminds me on my trip to Sweden to a race in Karlskoga around 15 years ago when the clutch collapsed. First what gave up was the master. A former swedish rally-champion nearby gave me that of his wonderful 123GT (he gave it to me for free. from his own note 1 car. what a guy!). And it was different to my TR´s one (I cannot even remember if the Volvo one was a 7.5 and my one 7 or vice versa). But I do remember that there was no difference (it was with a B&B clutch). later I changed to a Sachs. There was no difference between them still.
  2. There is no Bosch equivalent available, I guess. Try that polish pump or find any else wich do not more than 100 l (or 22 uk gal) in an hour at 5 bar. The best way: it is winter, it is corona, it is ugly. So spend your nights with ebay and a lonely (and expensive) search for a 996.
  3. Be aware that the next problems will pop up then. Try a pump which is nearest to your old one.
  4. still do not understand why you want to uncrease the bore when your pump is gone. Maybe I got something wrong?
  5. Yes, you are right. But would not common sense says vice-versa?
  6. Let´s believe it. I will never ever understand but faith moves mountains.
  7. ok, hope, that I got it, my wheels are on the correct side, even if I do not understand it.
  8. But will it not "untighten" the thread when the car moves in the same direction like the "undo-arrow"? Perhaps my brain is in hibernation-mode already.
  9. That wheel is on the cars right side. Wrong or right?
  10. well, tomorrow I will take a photo or two to be safe.
  11. again for my understanging: correct is... right-side-spinner for wheels at the cars right side. undo in direction of driving. left-side-spinner for wheels at the left side. undo direction in direction of driving.
  12. in a german forum I read about the correct use of the centre lock spinners. Some say the spinners with "right side" imprinted belongs to the right wheels of the car and the one with left side imprinted on the left side. Other say the imprinted "right side" or "left side" means the direction to "undo" (also imprinted) the spinner. And they say also that if you use the wheel spinner (and the adapter too) with the imprinted "right side" on the ride-side wheel you will loosen the wheel sooner or later because the "undo" is the same than the driving direction. I mus admit that I have never t
  13. But why should it be insufficient? When I got it right, the system worked pretty well until the pump got a leak. only a too strong (=wrong) pump needs a larger bore. And after that you will get trouble. After the bore and the pump you get problems with the standard prv. But still then:problems. then the right hose for the wrong setup, then at a certain point when nothing helped, the question will pop up, if your tank has a swrll pot or not, then ...tbc...
  14. You need a larger bore if you go for a pump with delivers more fuel into the system. And that is the starting point when one thing leads to the next. I think it is worth to try a pump that does not more than 100 liters per hour like the Bosch 996.
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