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1.   Reply to Searching for light covers Posted by: Peter_Bommer
Date Posted: Today, 05:16:43
Hi Roger!

Thank you very much fpr your reply!

I need theese covers so what do I have to do to become a proud member of your club?

I do have a Mini Marcos, I think thats already godd to become a menber of the Marcos owner club and I need some parts for it for the restauration.

Looking forward to your reply!

Best regards from Austria

Peter
2.   Reply to Searching for light covers Posted by: Roger Garland
Date Posted: May 21st, 2022, 14:15:08
Hi Peter - as Mike says, the headlight covers are available through the owners club.
We can even post a pair to Austria if needed.

If you are a non-member, you can still purchase a pair of headlamp covers, we just charge you a bit extra.
Far better to join the owners club of course!

By the way, the club can also supply a fixing kit for the headlamp covers - all part of the service

Roger
Club Secretary
3.   Reply to Searching for light covers Posted by: mike brown
Date Posted: May 13th, 2022, 17:55:14
The light covers are available through the club.
Mike
4.   Searching for light covers Posted by: Peter_Bommer
Date Posted: May 13th, 2022, 11:00:55
Dear guys,

I need for my current restauration a pair of MK2-5 covers for the headlights.

Thanks in advance for your offers!

Kind regards from AUSTRIA/Europe!

Peter, from Groszmugl
5.   Reply to Right - join Part A to Part B etc, etc, etc Posted by: Craig Smith
Date Posted: May 11th, 2022, 08:55:26
Hi Graham,

If you wire the fans in series, they will run at approx half speed.  

I would use the MPI feed to drive a relay and wire the fans in parallel from another 12V feed (probably from the perm live on the solenoid given its proximity).
6.   Reply to Marcos 8042 Build Posted by: Mike_Smith
Date Posted: May 10th, 2022, 17:49:38
Graham, I used some 3/4 inch X 3 inch rectangular tube, cut a section the width of the Miata front mount, one for each side. I then drilled through, small hole on bottom for bolt, larger hole on top so the lip on the underside of the Miata mounting tab fit into the top hole. Then it was all bolted through with longer bolts.  I'll grab a picture when I remove them for painting..  Mike
7.   Reply to Right - join Part A to Part B etc, etc, etc Posted by: Graham Bichard
Date Posted: May 10th, 2022, 13:57:35
Roger - yes, a 9" fan is too large for the Fiat Cinq radiator I'm using.  By chance I already had a 9" fan that I've already offered up.
I've now got another fan of the same size/type to fit to the car, and have had it confirmed that the original MPI loom I'm using can handle the current draw if I wire the two fans in series.
So now all I have to do is get it fitted...
8.   Reply to Display materials Posted by: mike brown
Date Posted: May 10th, 2022, 06:03:49
There is history on the club website that should give you what you need (home button at the top of the page).
Mike
9.   Display materials Posted by: Brian
Date Posted: May 9th, 2022, 23:30:44
Hi all,

Been a long long time since I've been active here, but I have my car on the road (got it reasonably sorted just as the pandemic started).

One thing is there are a few British classic car events around, and nobody knows what the MM is. Has anyone made a flier that they show with the car that has some of the description?

In the last event, I was placed in a class of "mini variants" (mainly stock mini pickups and wagons), and there was apparently a fair bit of confusion about why the MM was placed there, etc (there weren't any of the larger Marcos vehicles at that event either.

Next time I get around to one of those things, I may try to make a little sign with some info about the history/build/etc. And was wondering if someone had done similar for theirs, so I could borrow/steal some ideas.
10.   Reply to Right - join Part A to Part B etc, etc, etc Posted by: Roger Garland
Date Posted: May 9th, 2022, 13:57:09
Hi Graham
I followed the Merlin link - that's quite a small fan, but if it's what you need, ok
Electric fans can be obtained through the owners club, but they are about 9" in diameter
The club fans are the correct size for the club radiator - and they are rather less expensive
I guess a club fan would be too large for the application you have in mind?
Roger
Club Secretary
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