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Technical Discussion Forum / Re: intake manifold for carburetor
« Last post by phutton on June 19, 2019, 05:23:36 PM »
There are several inlet stubs in our used spares stock. I will ask Paul Knight, our used spares officer, to send you some photos.


PH
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Technical Discussion Forum / intake manifold for carburetor
« Last post by hubii on June 19, 2019, 01:28:22 PM »
Hello,
this type of intake is mounted on my sunbeam 1924 (Model 6) - I mean, it should be conical…

Does anyone have any measurements for a conical neck - please look at the *.pdf - pictures…

Greetinx/ Mathias Huber - Austria...
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Parts Wanted / 1920 Standard 3½ petrol oil filler cap.
« Last post by Paul Atkinson on June 14, 2019, 10:40:09 PM »
Shake down run Pre Banbury Run and sadly it shook the petrol filler cap off. Despite the best efforts of the whole family and a few kind motorists it seems to be lost. Anyone have one lying around or know if you can get replacements?
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Beamers General Discussion Forum / Re: Hacked Email??
« Last post by Ken wot does the Membership on June 14, 2019, 07:11:52 PM »
I too have had a couple of these and been in touch with Michael about it.  I have suggested that he try changing his password as a first step.  We have to leave it to him to resolve - just ignore these messages and do not follow any links.

Ken
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Beamers General Discussion Forum / Re: Hacked Email??
« Last post by Brian Petheram on June 13, 2019, 11:01:04 AM »
Yes, though not from him. It is a spam related thing that uses your email account to send spam to people you have contacted. Best to get a new email address. There probably wont be any virus on your computer - just in your email account.
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Beamers General Discussion Forum / Hacked Email??
« Last post by singleminded on June 13, 2019, 07:05:51 AM »
Hi All.
I've had an Email from Michael Jennings, or not.
In the preview header there is an Email that says it's from Michael, but it says the message is empty.
When I opened the Email there was nothing in the message frame except for

(message clipped) click to open full message

I opened this and was taken to a site that looks like a BT site and was prompted to enter my password..
I thought this was dodgy so i deleted the message and sent Michael an Email asking if he had sent me a message.
I got the same thing back this morning. i also then noticed that the second window that opened had ''BT sham'' in the window tab..
Has anyone else had this?
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Parts Wanted / Re: Sunbeam 500 1924
« Last post by hubii on June 11, 2019, 01:42:49 PM »
Thanks to singleminded and Wessex_man!

with frame and engine number - Paul indicate a Model 6... I try to make some pictures from my missing things… can anybody complete the pictures with measurements? 

It would be very, very helpful for rebuild by myself...
greetinx
Hubii
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Beamers General Discussion Forum / Re: Sunbeam 1932
« Last post by integerspin on June 09, 2019, 07:14:51 PM »
I don't think home printed waterslides are suitable for that.
But I can see how to something like that could be done with waterslide, I have done similar.

Cut a mask a bit bigger that the lettering, use the mask to apply size for the leaf, add gold leaf.
Do a black water slide that covers the gold leaf and has the lettering clear.

I used waterslides on push bike frames and they were pretty succesfull. I used gold leaf, silver leaf
and paint to provide bases for them.

Don't bother with inkjet use a laser.
I bought a cheap vinyl cutter to cut masking as I can't do it with a light box and scalpel anymore. 

I used the cheap chinese waterslide paper from ebay, I had no luck at all with the expensive papers.
I stopped using water after I had decals fall off, I use Decalfix or Microsol/Microset.

It's much easier to buy them.
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EVENTS / 36th Southern Region MSCR meeting
« Last post by VicYouel on June 09, 2019, 12:48:29 PM »
The 36th  Meeting of the Marston Sunbeam Club and Register  and friends will take place on Thursday 27th June 2019 from noon onwards

The venue as usual is the Fox and Castle in Old Windsor (21 Burghfield Road SL4 2RB tel 01753 832408)

For club members please let me know if you wish me to bring along any spares for your Sunbeam; and don't forget to bring along your swaps



Vic  Youel (01 344 440245)
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Technical Discussion Forum / Re: Piston for 1928 350 cc Model 8.
« Last post by singleminded on June 05, 2019, 03:59:49 PM »
Very nice Tom..
If I need a piston for the 9A then that's where I'll get them from.
John
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