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01 July 2017 12:19AM
I have been reconditioning S1 brakes a few times but found the result never satisfactory and needing to recondition the brakes every two years in order to gain MOT. Usually the cilinders are far too pitted. So in the end I decided to bite the bullet and replace them with new cilinders supplied through this site. I'm super pleased with the results; very good and very reliable stopping power. I would advise anyone with a S1 Fulvia to do the same.

Charles
Lancia Fulvia Sport 1,3 1968
FIAT Sportspider 124 1969
Innocenti Cooper 1300 1973
Land Rover 88 Series II 1960
Alfa Romeo 159SW 2007
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Omicron Lancia Spares and Restorations
pre-Beta spares
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CASA FULVIA
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Rosso Corsa Italia, Lancia Fulvia spares
Lancia, 70 Years of Trailblazing