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Official ZIS-110 Build Diary - Pack 2 Options
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#1 Posted : 09 January 2019 19:37:38

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Pack 2 contains parts for stages 6-15

Stage 6

Contents: Engine bracket left, Engine bracket right, Mixing chamber, Float chamber, Damper actuator, filter cover, Exhaust manifold, Pump hose, Carburettor hose, Distributor hose, Screws

Retrieve the engine assembly from the previous stage. Fix the left and right engine bracket to the engine with 2 CM screws.Fit the exhaust manifold to the manifolds at the side of the engine secure with a BP screw.Fit the damper actuator to the side of the float chamber before fitting the float chamber onto the mixing chamber. Then place the air filter cover onto the float chamber and secure from inside the mixing chamber with a CP screw.Push the end of the carburettor hose into the hole in the float chamber. Position the hose so that it bends around the float chamber as shown.Place the assembled carburettor on top of the manifolds and secure the carburettor with two BP screws. Insert the free end of the carburettor hose into the hole in the exhaust manifold. If necessary, fix the hose with glue.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.


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Spal
#2 Posted : 10 January 2019 17:26:17

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Stage 7

Contents: Oil filter body (left),Oil filter body (right), Oil filter plug; 4 - Oil pump housing (upper), Oil pump housing (lower), Oil pump cover, Fuel pump body, Water thermostat, Water thermostat pipe, Fuel pump sump lid, Screws.

Fit the water thermostat to the end of the cylinder head from Stage 03. Then fit the water thermostat pipe and secure the parts together with a BP screw.Place the cylinder head on top of the engine assembly and secure the part with two AM screws. Connect the fuel pump body to the fuel pump sump lid at a right angle. Secure the fuel pump body to the right side of the engine block with a BM screw.Connect the fuel pump to the carburettor float chamber with the pump hose supplied with stage 6, if necessary fix the hose with glue.Fit both halves of the oil filter body together and secure with two BP screws. Before fully tightening the screws, insert the oil filter plug into the end of the body. Then fully tighten the screws.Secure the assembled oil filter to the right side of the engine with a BM screw.Join the oil pump cover to the lower oil pump housing with a AP screw and then fix the upper oil pump housing to the assembly with another AP screw.Place the oil pump housing underneath the oil filter and fix to the engine with a BM screw.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.

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Spal
#3 Posted : 11 January 2019 23:24:52

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Stage 8

Contents: Spark plugs x 8, High tension leads x 9, Distributor cap, Vacuum advance, Distributor housing, Lead bracket, Bracket cover, Screws.

Fit the eight spark plugs into the corresponding holes in the top of the engine. The tips should be facing the centre of the left side of the engine, as shown.Insert the vacuum advance into the hole in the side of the distributor housing, then place the distributor cap onto the housing and secure with a BP screw.Fix the distributor to the left side of the engine with a BM screw.Insert the ends of the distributor hose (from Stage 6) into the vacuum advance and the carburettor mixing chamber.Fix the lead bracket to the left side of the engine and the bracket cover over it, with two BM screws.Insert the plugs at the ends of 8 of the high tension leads into the holes in the top of the distributor cap,leaving the center one free, securing with glue if necessary.Thread the ends of the high tension leads up through the lead bracket, trying to distribute them evenly through the bracket.Insert the ends of the leads into the tips of the spark plugs, if necessary fix them with glue.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.

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#4 Posted : 12 January 2019 14:37:52

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Stage 9

Contents: Oil filter housing lower, Oil filter housing upper, Oil filter housing cover, Upper ventilation pipe, Dipstick, Dipstick nozzle, Oil filter inlet hose, Oil filter outlet hose, Oil gauge sensor hose, Stopcock, Screws.

Fit the oil filter housing upper onto the oil filter housing lower ensuring they are positioned as shown.Place the oil filter housing cover onto the top and fix the parts with a BP screw.Fit the assembled oil filter housing to the left side of the engine, then place the upper ventilation pipe over it, aligning the holes of both parts. Tighten a BM screw into both holes to secure the parts.Insert the dipstick into the dipstick nozzle,securing it to the side of the engine with two BM screws.Fit the stopcock into the hole in the top of the engine. Insert one end of the oil filter inlet hose into the side hole in the oil filter housing. Insert the other end into the hole in the forward side of the oil gauge sensor. If necessary, fix with glue.Fit the oil filter outlet hose from the bottom of the oil filter housing into the hole in the side of the engine.Fit the oil gauge sensor hose between the engine and the rear side of the oil gauge sensor.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.


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#5 Posted : 13 January 2019 12:48:00

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Stage 10

Contents:Airbox (upper), Airbox (lower), Air filter housing, Engine front mounting bracket, Air filter housing cover, Air filter mounting bracket, Ignition coil bracket, Ignition coil, Engine front mounting cheek, Screws.

Fix the ignition coil to the ignition coil bracket with a BP screw, then fix the assembly to the air filter mounting bracket with another BP screw.Secure the air filter mounting bracket to the top of the engine in the position shown, with three BP screws.Combine the upper and lower halves of the airbox and secure them with a BP screw.Insert the end of the airbox into the hole in the side of the air filter and fix in place with a BP screw.Affix the air filter housing to the top of the air filter mounting bracket with a BP screw.Place the airbox across the engine so that the air filter fits inside the air filter housing and the other end of the airbox sits on top of the carburettor body. Secure the air filter to the housing with a BP screw.Join the engine front mounting cheek to the engine front mounting bracket with a BP screw. Insert the remaining high tension lead into the central hole in the distributor cap, and the other end into the ignition coil.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.

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#6 Posted : 14 January 2019 15:10:33

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Stage 11

Contents:Generator housing (left), Generator housing (right), Generator pulley (outer), Generator pulley (inner), Water pump housing, Fan pulley (inner), Fan pulley (outer), Crankshaft belt pulley, Torsional vibration damper,Generator mounting bar, Fan, Fan belt, Screws.

Fit the right and left halves of the generator housing together and secure with a BP screw.Place the inner generator pulley on the axle at the front of the generator followed by the outer pulley and secure them with a BP screw.Fit the generator mounting bar to the bracket at the rear of the generator. Secure it with an AP screw, but do not over-tighten the screw, as the bar must remain movable. To help in the next step, you can add a DM screw to the bar.Fix the generator to left side of the engine with a BM screw. Secure the bar to the engine with a DM screw. Fit the front engine mounting (from Stage 10) to the front of the engine with an EM screw in the upper hole and a CM screw in the lower hole.Secure the water pump housing to the front of the engine with two BM screws.Join the fan pulley (inner) to the fan pulley (outer).Place the fan pulley onto the water pump housing and then place the fan onto the pulley, securing the parts with a BP screw. Install the torsional vibration damper and the crankshaft pulley onto the axle of the timing gear cover. Secure the parts with a BP screw.Take the fan drive belt and pull it over the three pulleys: the generator, the fan, and the crankshaft.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.

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#7 Posted : 15 January 2019 16:47:27

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Stage 12

Contents:Tyre,Wheel,Hubcap,Badge.

At room temperature, the tyre material has a low elasticity. To make the installation of the wheel easier, it’s a good idea to warm the tyre. To do this, you can immerse the tyre in hot water, or use a heat source such as a hair dryer to warm it.
Insert the wheel into the centre of the tyre. Turn the wheel so that it fits into the space between the two walls of the tyre.Work around the tyre, pushing and pulling it so that it fits flush with the wheel. Check that both sides fit together properly, then leave it to cool. If the tyre cools before the correct fit is achieved, use the techniques described previously to reheat it.Push the badge into the central recess of the hubcap, inserting the pins into the corresponding holes.Press the hubcap into the middle of the wheel, noting the cutout position that fits around the tyre valve.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.

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#8 Posted : 16 January 2019 21:29:39

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Stage 13

Contents: Left front upper suspension arm, Left front suspension strut, Left front steering knuckle, Left front brake shield, Left front brake hose, Left front wheel brake cylinder, Screws.

Insert the end of the brake hose into the hole of the left front wheel brake cylinder. If necessary, add a drop of glue to the join.Place an AP screw into the hole in the brake cylinder. Align with the hole in the brake shield and fix in place. Do not over-tighten as to avoid damaging the cylinder.Place the left front suspension strut between the rounded parts of the left front steering knuckle. Making sure you match the positions of the parts shown,secure the steering knuckle to the axle with two FM screws, one from either side.Fit the narrower end of the left front suspension upper arm over the end of the strut, as shown. Secure in place with two EM screws, one tightened from either side. Check that the knuckle, strut and arm can all rotate at the joins, if they are tight or do not move, loosen the screws slightly.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.
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#9 Posted : 17 January 2019 18:05:38

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Stage 14

Contents: Right front upper suspension arm, Right front suspension strut, Right front steering knuckle, Right front brake shield, Right front brake hose, Right front wheel brake cylinder, screws.

Insert the end of the brake hose into the hole of the right front wheel brake cylinder. If necessary, add a drop of glue to the join.Place an AP screw into the hole in the brake cylinder. Align with the hole in the brake shield and fix in place. Do not over-tighten as to avoid damaging the cylinder.Place the right front suspension strut between the rounded parts of the right front steering knuckle. Making sure you match the positions of the parts shown,secure the steering knuckle to the axle with two FM screws, one from either side.Fit the narrower end of the right front suspension upper arm over the end of the strut, as shown. Secure in place with two EM screws, one tightened from either side. Check that the knuckle, strut and arm can all rotate at the joins, if they are tight or do not move, loosen the screws slightly.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.

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#10 Posted : 18 January 2019 17:05:13

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Stage 15

Contents:Tyre,Wheel,Hubcap,Badge.

At room temperature, the tyre material has a low elasticity. To make the installation of the wheel easier, it’s a good idea to warm the tyre. To do this, you can immerse the tyre in hot water, or use a heat source such as a hair dryer to warm it.
Insert the wheel into the centre of the tyre. Turn the wheel so that it fits into the space between the two walls of the tyre.Work around the tyre, pushing and pulling it so that it fits flush with the wheel. Check that both sides fit together properly, then leave it to cool. If the tyre cools before the correct fit is achieved, use the techniques described previously to reheat it.Push the badge into the central recess of the hubcap, inserting the pins into the corresponding holes.Press the hubcap into the middle of the wheel, noting the cutout position that fits around the tyre valve.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.

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