RHD Dec 72 westfalia continential

Discussion in 'Show Us Your Ride' started by lhu1281, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. Thanks ....it's only 3 years in the making .....what with the j tubes and new servo ,2 kids a full time job plus all the other little bits I have to do to pay for my hobby ( keep the wife happy ) I need to sort the linkage for the injection ...and a bit of wiring ...

    Just lagged the j tubes but going to change the of rings on the pushrod tubes as after 25+ years they is a leaking
  2. so stripped all the Heat exchangers off the old girl and started the mohasive task of refurbing them .....these need a bit of brazing ....the HX will need a fair bit of work


  3. [​IMG]

    bit of paint on the J tube Lower tins
  4. [​IMG]
  5. bit better pic

    Skyelectrix likes this.
  6. Brilliant work!

    I was quite pleased with my carefully hand crafted bits of aluminium, they don't look quite so slick now........

    Look forward to seeing how you get on with fire up :)
  7. After a few non start issues , I made a Hotstart relay , this was after naw solenoid but still didn't work so managed to trace it back to a split ignition switch

    Last edited: Aug 25, 2016
  8. Top work fella puts my conti to shame
  9. I have a earlier style ignition switch spare if you need it

    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Bought new switch from heritage £15 . All in and working a treat
    paradox likes this.
  11. Reading this is sometimes like reading a foreign language as I don't understand most of it but I can still appreciate the amount of time, effort and skill that's gone into this, top job mate
    Merlin Cat likes this.
  12. Installed the AFR /Lamda sensor but installed most of the other stuff I need for when I install the supercharger and FI setup


    Last edited: Oct 27, 2016
  13. This thread gives the rest of us mere mortals something to aspire to
    Thank you
    Coco and Merlin Cat like this.
  14. Spax up front ....


    S1mon and Skyelectrix like this.
  15. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    Tidy work as usual.

Share This Page