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Workshop – Air

The throttle valve wave

Where there is air is life – sometimes also a life of its own.

This article is about the original carburetor types of the Puch engines, especially Pallas Zenith 32NDIX and Weber 32ICS. There is excellent literature on this, without which a carburetor overhaul should not be carried out!

Where to buy
Autoquariat, Puch Club Salzburg, Prokschi

The oldi runs strangely, sometimes the engine goes out, sometimes it turns too high. The ignition is fine, the centrifugal force adjustment in the distributor is smooth and resets? What can it be?

Too much air? Wrong air?
They are getting old, the carburettors. They used to do what they should. Cleaning them, assembling a new sealing kit is only half the work. A cleaned carburetor looks good, but an often neglected error lies in the throttle area.

A beaten throttle valve shaft can be easily tested with sensitivity. Is the wave wobbling up and down in its leadership? This is the case for many of the Puch carburetors today. Gasoline leaks and air enters through the wave game. At a point where it shouldn’t be.


There are now new shafts, some with slightly larger diameters and good quality bearing bushings and sealing rings. This can be used to correct the problem described. The testing and overhaul of other components in this context, is not here content of this article.


With the help of precise tools and machines, the holes are revised and restored to target state. In the case of the 32NDIX, it is immediately upgraded to the last stage with X-sealing ring.


The motor thanks it with better conrun, with defined mixture formation and precise adjustment capability. As in the past…

Dates

for Puch 500 and Haflinger

2021

March Almond blossom trip to the Palatinate Date? +/- Sat. 28.03.
South Palatinate Classic

Juni Gernsbach Schlossberg Historic

08. – 11.07.2021 Summer edition Stuttgart Retro Classics

September Neuffen Historical racing atmosphere ?

24.09. – 26.09.2021 Berchtesgaden Rossfeldrennen

November Annual Meeting in Weibersbrunn – Brunnenhof

ATTENTION: Postponed to 2022 !


2022

13. – 15.05.2022 Hafling, 4. International Haflinger Meeting

Last updated 01/01/2021 – Without guarantee


#yourProject – Introduction

Whether engine, gearbox, electrics, brakes… Get into technology with us.
Everything about the small boxer engine.


Do you have a basic technical talent? We know where to screw and where to find the experts. Every week we tinker. Whether in person on site, in a group or with the help of WhatsApp. Trust yourself and get in touch with us!


Before

After


All tricks and tips on this page without guarantee.
The author assumes no liability!


We start in loose order: engine bodywork, axle cuff, oil and brake service, handbrake adjustment and much more.

#yourProject – Engine – Group 1

Motor revision with the help of a checklist

Crankshaft

The construction of an engine for the Puch 500 or Haflinger can only be described to a limited extent in a contribution, a joint overhaul with an experienced screwdriver is preferable to all theory. Consider that the parts are expensive and rare, the probability of error can usually be reduced by experience. Many thanks to the experienced screwdrivers, especially Erwin and Heinz for their always open ear and their esteemed answers. And to the classic car practice with a comprehensive contribution about the small boxer engine.

Time: 20 – 40 hours

Cost: 200 – 3,000 euros

Tool: standard, spare parts catalog, torque wrench 10-400 Nm, fine measuring tools, piston ring clamping belt, div. Holding and assembly aids

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The car must be in the fresh air

Ideas are good. Even better to put them into practice. Sometimes it takes a wedding party. And a Puch 500. But now in turn.

The title itself is not quite correct, but it is understood. Often enough, there are standing-up vehicles that best turn into vehicles through species-appropriate movement. With the help of special ideas and supporters from our circle of friends, a project has developed for this purpose, this story is to report on this. The last entries are always up here, behind this line. Continuing…


Jan 2020

Large parts sea
rchAcross the shelves and boxes runs the search track. There was….. Piece by piece, it is pulled out, tried out, compared. Some things disappear right away. "Much too new, far too modern", is only good for tinkering. Handbrake, speedometer? Doesn't need a racing car, so far only weight has been. Bumpers? The original round, are still somewhere. Just don't throw anything away.

Racing ba
gsWhether that works?


History
Every historical vehicle has one. Dealing with it is exciting and often makes you want more. What was the state of extradition? Who was the first owner? What is all of it today? Everything is evolving, not always in the right direction. Depending on who is looking at it. Colour, rims, tyres, the use of modern materials are keywords here that will continue to be discussed here in the future.


The wedding partyS
ome are closely connected with their Pucherl, give him names, celebrate wedding days and gladly share their joy. This is how a first spark for our project came about years ago. Surely it will get a name later, let's call it "Art-friendly outlet" at the moment.