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    Oil filler cap

    Managed to lose my filler cap! anyone got one spare?

    or know if they are common with a different UK car so i can hunt out one?

    Thanks!

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    hi is it the one on the engine or through rear boot ?

    i think your quite near me so will pm number i should have anyway

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    i ordered a new one from Lings last month and it's came through and it's a screw on type which i believe screws directly to the cam cover.

    my honda has an extension tube and the oil filler cap is attached to the body of the vehicle! does anyone have the part number or indeed the part?

    Thanks,

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    All Beats have the 2 fillers, if they'be found 1 then they should be able to locate the other on the system?
    The boot one is used for top-ups, too slow for oil changes, unless you have all day!

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    to be fair i looked at the parts catalogue and couldn't find it either.....

    http://jp-carparts.com/honda/partlis...fig=E&fig1=900

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    nevermind, found it. it's on the block drawing in the catalogue. part number is 15610-PE9-003. and guess what.....discontinued

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventynine View Post
    Managed to lose my filler cap! anyone got one spare?

    or know if they are common with a different UK car so i can hunt out one?

    Thanks!
    I'd be very surprised if they were not a common design.

    Steve


    Past Hondas:
    1960 125cc Honda Benly CB92R
    1964 305cc Super Hawk CB77, the only vehicle I have ever bought new in my life!
    Honda CB160, roadraced as 175cc 1967-1970.
    Honda Lawnmower, bought used in 2003, caught fire and melted in 2005.

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    prepare to be surprised. part number for the cylinder head one is 15610-PC6-000 and screw fit. the bulkhead one is a bayonet fit and has the part number mentioned above. entirely different parts!

    i'll just use the cylinder heat fit one with a funnel and tube, and blank off the one on the slam panel

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    Didn't someone post a pic of a Mach one not too long ago?
    Gavin or Aaron ?

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    Not me but I assume it's this one you need?



    Rich (hughesy) still has his breaker so should have the oil cap still

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    Cylinder head one 15610-PC6-000 is the same as a Civic from the same era - you could try a scrappy.

    The one under the boot 15610-PE9-003 is the same as an Acty van.

    tbh you only really need one, although you'd have to be really careful about how you blocked one off, you don't want oil spraying everywhere.
    ! Stuei

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    Quote Originally Posted by old'uns View Post
    Didn't someone post a pic of a Mach one not too long ago?
    Gavin or Aaron ?
    That one is probably loooong gone by now. Yep. Just checked. Long gone.

    Would something from another vehicle work? Like a motorcycle or something? Bring some measurements to a bike shop and see if they have anything that'd work.
    Last edited by 4Aaron GE; 15-02-2017 at 05:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventynine View Post
    prepare to be surprised. part number for the cylinder head one is 15610-PC6-000 and screw fit. the bulkhead one is a bayonet fit and has the part number mentioned above. entirely different parts!

    i'll just use the cylinder heat fit one with a funnel and tube, and blank off the one on the slam panel
    Of course I meant in common with other cars, not with each other.


    Past Hondas:
    1960 125cc Honda Benly CB92R
    1964 305cc Super Hawk CB77, the only vehicle I have ever bought new in my life!
    Honda CB160, roadraced as 175cc 1967-1970.
    Honda Lawnmower, bought used in 2003, caught fire and melted in 2005.

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    ah right, my misunderstanding. the part number is unique (well, shared with an equally rare Acty)

    i'll get in touch with the breaker but i'm quite content to just use the one filler.

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    Not sure which one you're after tbh but one just turned up on PP1 lovers on facebook. Latham Papworth.
    Quote Originally Posted by Seventynine View Post
    ah right, my misunderstanding. the part number is unique (well, shared with an equally rare Acty)

    i'll get in touch with the breaker but i'm quite content to just use the one filler.

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    i am latham papworth haha. i have 2 of the engine fit oil caps as i ordered one in error.

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    Hi,
    First one is about to end soon although it will no doubt be relisted. https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/r187663213 It is new. Buyee doesn't want to handle it though as the seller has too many negatives for their liking so you would need a contact in Japan.
    This one https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/r180658439 is apparently new as well, and properly painted and with a mildly excessive (imho) price for doing so.

    HTH,

    Gord

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    i've blocked it off since i started this thread and just use the one on the engine instead. thanks for keeping an eye out for me though guys

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