Archive For: Flavia
Since April 2016, cars built before 01-01-1976 can wear the traditional black and silver registration plate rather than the current white and yellow reflective plates providing that an application is made to the DVLA and the car is registered as a historic vehicle. Additionally vehicles constructed 40 or more years ago are exempt from vehicle excise ... Read More
The dual-circuit Bonaldi duplex brake servo / booster is a complicated unit and many people struggle with these. We offer a full strip down and rebuild service and also have testing equipment to thoroughly test the units before fitting them to the car. The rebuilds are done in-house and its something we’ve ... Read More
We have now made brand new handbrake shoes for Fulvia Series 2 / 3 and Lancia 2000’s with the Girling brake system as supplies of older units that were suitable for reconditioning were becoming harder to find. These have been laser cut for accuracy, carefully welded with the correct fixtures & fittings, before being painted ... Read More
If you are stuck for ideas whilst trying to find a gift for the Lancisti in your life. or as a leaving present for someone, then Omicron is pleased to offer gift vouchers. We can provide them in any denomination of your choosing and we will supply a photographic certificate which can be presented to ... Read More
There are three types of air filter used on the Flavia and 2000 range. Cars with a single carburettor or fuel injection used a conical air filter (illustrated). There are two sizes depending on the model. Cars with two carburettors, such as the 815 series Sport had individual air cleaners with small oval air ... Read More
We can now obtain reproduction bumpers made from stainless steel suitable for 815 series Vignale Convertibles. Both front and rear bumpers are available.
We can now obtain reproduction bumpers made from stainless steel suitable for 815 series Pininfarina Coupes. Both front and rear bumpers are available.
Omicron has remade the rear brake back plate for Fulvia Series 2 and later, as well as the later Flavia / 2000 models fitted with Girling brake calipers.
We have remade the wheel bearing retaining ring nuts that are used on Fulvia, Flavia and 2000. These are usually damaged when people try to undo them without the correct 6 toothed socket (which can be rented or bought from us). They can also corrode in place making removal difficult without heat. We have ... Read More
The 2000HF had a unique yellow and blue badge fitted to the front grille and to the rear of the car. Reproduction versions are available.
We have brake hoses for the Girling disc brake system used on Series 2 and later Fulvias and 2000s. These cars had five hoses, 1 at the rear between the body of the car and the rear axle, and four at the front of two slightly different lengths. The front hoses should have square ... Read More
We have brake hoses for cars which use the early Dunlop disc brake system of separate wheel cylinders. These are available in rubber, but we also offer stainless steel braided versions for competition use. We have these for Fulvia Series 1, Flavia and Flaminias. We also have hoses suitable for the later Girling disc ... Read More
We have remade wheel nuts for various models of Lancia which employ a wheel stud and nut fixing rather than the later wheel bolt system. The nuts are available in both open and closed end forms, depending on whether the nut is hidden behind a hub cap or exposed. They have the correct wide ... Read More
Between the front leaf spring and the top wishbone is a rubber block with metal mounting plates at each end. These are often in poor condition and we stock these reproduction version. Fitting it not totally straightforward requiring use of a secure method of taking the load off the spring and to ... Read More
We often have Fulvia radiators reconditioned. This is usually a fairly simple process, but sometimes the lower mounting bracket is too heavily rusted to repair neatly. To solve this problem we have made reproduction radiator mounting brackets, which can be attached to your radiator during the reconditioning process.