Create your own ignition curves? No more contact changes in the small boxer engine?
There are many ways on the market to generate the spark of an internal combustion engine. One of the most diverse offers the conversion to a 123 system. Thanks for the idea to Dirk and the realization to the company 123ignition.de
Work effort: 1 hour Material: 700 Euro Tool: standard, spark light gun, mobile phone
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We start in loose order: engine bodywork, axle cuff, oil and brake service, handbrake adjustment and much more.
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
The sealing sleeve between the gearbox and the half axle is defective. How do you notice that? At the latest at the oil pool under the car, or at the smell of the burning oil on the exhaust parts. Better even more preventive during inspection, then at the beginning cracks in the rubber. But actually in this article it is only 4 small screws…
Many thanks to the companies Autoquariat and Prokschi for the production/distribution of the corresponding products.
With us there is something going on – soon the doors will open
Not seen for a long time, finally the wheels turn again. Some of the vehicles had disappeared from the scene for more than 30 years. Put away for time reasons, but never forgotten. After extensive restorations, they return to the street or into offroad.
We are pleased with the proud owners to finally be able to experience them again in 2020.