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  • Steve - did you see my post today (21.1) on the front brake flexi hose fitting - are you able to comment on this. I have begged, stole and borrowed time this weekend to fix this but as usual the little details cause the most time - much appreciated, Simon
    sdibbers
    sdibbers
    Hey Simon,left a comment on there. I hope that helps you.
    Re Air servo piston - many thanks for advice. it seems better no that the new servo housing / diaphragm and spring are fitted.
    sdibbers
    sdibbers
    that's excellent to hear.Brakes feel normal now? I had sticky brakes for ages. I have the dual circuit system on US 2000TC's. Two servos just for fun. I rebuilt those and the rear calipers. Found the problem was sticky front calipers in the end. Replaced the seals and used stainless steel pistons and car feels good as gold now.
    Fill in the light green boxes with the values you measure on your engine. The light blue boxes show what you need for the correct clearence
    Hi Craig, Sorry it took me a while to get back to you. You can download a spreadsheet from my google drive here:
    hey steve. cheers for the advice re the valve clearances. i'll give it a go. i'm not tech savvy at all to be honest but keen to pick up little bits n pieces of knowledge/experience when i can.

    craig.
    craig r
    craig r
    Yeah anything you can send on this subject would be greatly appreciated. Im keen to solve this issue as a lot of good work was done on the car earlier this year and if I can get this power problem resolved I reckon I'll have a pretty sorted car.
    email address is cjrae72@yahoo.co.uk
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    Bill Wardlow
    First, make damn sure you need one! As someone said,"It's a pain in the arse"! I can walk you through it; head on or off. I don't mean to intrude though. sdibbers seems to be helping you out. I worked for a dealer of p6s in The USA, and did this more times than I can rightly remember! BUT, many P6s go their entire engine's life without the need for a valve adjust.
    sdibbers
    sdibbers
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