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FIAT 500 II Twin Air Reliabilty

Our Twin Air Sport which we picked up in January spent the first 10 weeks of its life with poor performance and drinking fuel - until it was discovered that the knock sensor had failed We got our car back last week from our dealer and it was like a diiferent car - 48mpg and at long last driveable on motorways - until today when the turbo failed. Back to the dealer again and to be fair the manager was

Originally Posted by multispoke Are you referring to Multijet no im referring to multiair the electro-hydraulic valve system which replaces camshaft. i gave it as another example of success besides multijet.

Originally Posted by durukan fiat test their engines more then any other manufacturer to overcome their unreliable image shaped up last decade or two. I know that as a fact from the factory in Turkey where most of Multijet II engines are built. everybody expected Multiair to fail since its one of the most stressed part of the engine but so far its proven otherwise Germans can suck it. Originally Posted

FIAT 500 II Decided to replace my 500 after less than a year

Ive battled on with my 500 since April but Ive decided that the sun is going down on it In hindsight I probably should have bought a white 1.2 Dualogic Lounge if only such a rare specification had been available in NZ (only the 1.4 and the MultiJet diesel are sold here cant get the TwinAir). Youll probably remember that I didnt really like my 500 from the start. The plain-Jane appearance (most of the

Originally Posted by cheekylittlescamp You really will have to post some pictures of that customised Princess I have a real soft spot for British Leyland cars of the 70s. Probably goes to explain why I get on so well with fiats these days myself The Princess wasnt the worst car they made The compromise imposed on the styling wasnt nearly as bad as for the Allegro. These were perhaps the first BL cars

completely missed because peak power was at 4900RPM) and dreadful noise vibration and harshness (think it might have been worse than the old pushrod B). Prone to oil leaks too from the silicone-sealed cam cover that retained the camshaft. Single SU carburettor was another throwback to the past but it was what got me sold on the idea because it was a lot more reliable than the Weber 32DMTR on the fiat

completely missed because peak power was at 4900RPM) and dreadful noise vibration and harshness (think it might have been worse than the old pushrod B). Prone to oil leaks too from the silicone-sealed cam cover that retained the camshaft. Single SU carburettor was another throwback to the past but it was what got me sold on the idea because it was a lot more reliable than the Weber 32DMTR on the fiat

FIAT 500 II colombo bariani sport cams

Has anyone had experience with these cams on a F500 1.4. I was looking at the road medium. Can anyone comment on the idle torque figureslow or high and overall driveability. thanks

Originally Posted by amen Wow small world. Can you post some pics maybe Ill see it in the street somewhere. Did you do all those mods we mentioned along with the camshafts Its odd though who would buy a right sided car in Greece sure it ended up here it was LHD on spax coilovers supersprint system inc headers pics in the gallery httpwww.fiatforum.commembers-mot...hotoshoot.html

Engine rebored to 1500cc G-Tech Roller bearing Turbo 9.41 Forged pistons Cryo treated balanced & polished conrods Larger fuel injectors Two larger intercoolers Silicone boost tubes Sports air filter Exhaust system straight through no silencers 200 cell sports cat Replacement fuel pressure regulator Custom G-Tech ECU Stronger clutch Single Mass Flywheel Iridium Spark Plugs Custom ground camshafts Ported

FIAT 500 II chipping is it a waste or do they work

hi all am awaiting new 1.4 lounge and wondered if anyone has tried any of the aftermarket ECU upgrades and if they had any positive results many thanks steve....

Originally Posted by J333EVO On a NA car remapping will give a very limited increase. Do you really think playing with spark and fuel can yield a big advantage over a manufactures map which has taken hundreds of hours to perfect in a totally controlled dyno cell environment where any climate can be replicated in a hour or two on a rr using a PC or lap-top no. And please dont spout rubbish about poor

Originally Posted by Murano16v Agree - think of it in terms of pre UCU days where messing about with main jets ignition timing would have very little effect unless considerable work had been done - camshaft exhaust manifold lightening and balancing compression ratio biggertwin carbs. All physical changes. No electronics then though. Just the engine tuners art of gas flowing TBH. I remember huge claims

FIAT PANDA How are multijets camshafts driven

Hi guys Am trying to enlighten myself on this and that. Just one silly question for the moment please I did not manage to find already answered on the forum. What means makes the camshaft rev on the diesel multijet 1.3 Is it a metal chain or a rubber made tooth-belt ta

doctorchris it is my understanding that the loss or even the malfunction of any timing belt could lead to the loss or any kind of engine whether Otto or diesel. Are there any specific issues with the fuel supply systems (common rail) on the 1.3 MJ which are very expensive to fix Has any member ran this engine on prolonged milliage say in excess of 300K..500K km miles or whatever on any kind of car Most people say the 1.3 MJ is a little jewel yet does in your views this engine last well

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 High lift camshafts

Hi there I am trying to find out if anyone knows if any company is makeing highlift fast road camshafts for The 1108 FIRE engine that is usedin the cinq sporting.

The only loss of torque I felt is when the engine comes on cam which is about 250 to 500 rpm latter with the P75 cam . And for the record my SPI 1.2 8v with P75 cam feels just like a friends who did a P75 conversion complete with intake manifold just with less power and torque due to his better exhaust system.

FIAT 500 II 1.3 multijet injectors stuck in head

Hi I have a 2008 1.3 fiat 500 multijet that has broken its timing chain. I have replaced the chain but now need to remove the cam carrier so I can get to the camshaft rockers. The injectors are solid and will not move . Does anybody know where I can buy or hire an injector puller. I have had them soaking in penetrating fluid for 24 hours and still no sign of them moving PLEASE HELP

But youre not putting extra load on the chain - the load exists there anyway. The load comes from the torsional oscillation of the camshaft as it lifts the valves and then as the springs snap the valves shut and try to drive the cam onwards. Im not so sure theres a real reputation on this engine but google VAGAudi BKP or BRE engine and youll see how badly some engines fare with poor chain drive systems.

FIAT UNO II Booost

Hi uno lovers ive just posted a thread and pics on turbo collective about bleed valves as im fitting my new techniclutch and lightened flywheel before xmas and want to turn the BOOOOST up but theres to many valves to choose from idealy want to fit under the cig lighter ashtray flap on the mk2s so is adjustable from the cockpit then a friend of mine said the proper way is the performance actuator which

Originally Posted by oldskoolmk1unoturbo Andy what do you class as modified internals This is from Sporting fiat Club. You cannot use unleaded in your Uno T unless it has the later red black or green spot on the ECU . Modification In General What sorts of power and performance can you expect Here we are going to focus on the initial steps of tuning to bring the cars up to around 130 - 140bhp at the

engine idles roughly Oops got that a little wrong..... it should be- disconnect the solenoid start the engine and then apply battery voltage to the unit. There should be a noticeable change in idle......... considering I was doing it from memory I werent far-off. While I agree there must be some mechanical device inside to hold it in a neutral position I dont know if Id trust it at high revs. fiat

Posted by D4nny8oy Oops got that a little wrong..... it should be- disconnect the solenoid start the engine and then apply battery voltage to the unit. There should be a noticeable change in idle......... considering I was doing it from memory I werent far-off. While I agree there must be some mechanical device inside to hold it in a neutral position I dont know if Id trust it at high revs. fiat

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 engine swaps

Starting with a single point injection Cinquecento or Seicento sporting(mk1) 1108cc The easiest swap and the most effective in terms of outlay is to swap an 1108cc Sporting engine for a 1242cc 8 valve Punto 60 engine. heres the specs comparison 1108 54 bhp 5500 rpm 63 lbft torque 3250 rpm 1242 60 bhp 5000 rpm 75 lbft torque 2500 rpm whilst the 1242cc doesnt appear to be a great increase the torque

FIAT BRAVA 182 1996 Fiat Bravo 1.8 HLX - Ink Black

Thought I should finally post a few pictures of my new car. My goal is to keep it very tidy and well maintained. Keep the looks standard while improving the small details. And uprate m echanical parts as I go. Specification -1.8 16v 113BHP Mk1 -Metalic Ink Black 820 -HLX. Fog Lights Heated Seats Heated Mirrors Electric Sunroof Electric Windows Electric Mirrors Remote Central Locking Alloy Wheels Immobiliser

FIAT UNO II How can I increase the power of a 45 S

how can i increase the power of my 45S without costing a fortune Is changing the air filter to a K&N improve power to what extent Mine is a carburetted 999cc engine FIRE. I have some NGK plugs lying around should i use them any improvements that way 45 bhp is too little to drive

the cylinder head having slightly smaller combustion chambers. The key to liberating extra power on the small FIRE engines is to change the camshaft. The original design was meant for low down torque and economy something it achieved very well But the camshaft stops the engine from breathing at higher revs which is why with the 999cc engines you dont really gain anything from revving much beyond 5000rpm.

FIAT BRAVO AMS and the Fiat Bravo Brake Scandal the REAL lowdown

OK everyone this is my first post here and I honestly wish it was far simpler and more pleasant than having to comment on a review filled with ludicrous claims. Yes its about the claim made by the Greek branch of Auto Motor und Sport magazine that the fiat Bravo 1.4 90bhp doesnt have brakes big enough for the job. I understand it has been mentioned in another post in these forums but I was one of the

FIAT PUNTO Ford Ka vs Punto

My girlfriend is convinced her 1.3 Ford Ka is quicker and faster then my 1.2 16v Punto Sporting Mk2. Please give her a list of reasons why it isnt so I can print it off and rub it in her face Punto 80bhp 0-60 10.6sec 16v 84lbft torque 107mph tops 930kg Ka 69bhp 0-60 14.1sec 8v 78lbft torque 104mph tops 905kg The only thing its got going for it (Ka) is its lighter and only 25kg at that. Tell her whys shes wrong guys MSH

1. non of the ford kas up untill now are galvonised for a start fiat have been galvonising cars since j reg 1991 so most fords are rotten heaps even on 0304 plates i have seen em failing mots on it shocking surely that should still be within the bodywork warranty i wonder 2. the fact they still use the enduro e push rod engine dating back to the 1960s is in em up till 2002 plates is also shocking that

FIAT PUNTO I 176C 176L Punto Mk1 1368 Fire Rotrex Supercharged

So here I am Was about 3 years ago when I known fiatForum for the first time posting international invite to a meeting in Italy. Now I get back here just looking for new details and time has come to present my car As it is written my car was a prototype for the Rotrex italian installer the first street release for the 1368 16v supercharging kit. While many people around in Italy refers to my car as

FIAT BARCHETTA Tuning the Barchetta

Hiya People Found this place in Greece who has lots of modification parts for the B. httpwww.streetandcircuit-shop.biz...0&rangePrice BILL33 paganeli panda thanked for this post

FOUND THIS INFO The 1.8 liter 16V DOHC with variable phase variator on the inlet camshaft is declared with a max power of 130 HP in original configuration. Nevertheless its most interesting feature is the torque availability with constant values of 90% the max torque from 1800 up to 6500 rpm thank to the variable geometry inlet hoses. This year Leone Motorsport which takes care of the mechanics of

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 possible bhp

hi there i was wondering what bhp i could get out of my mpi sei sporting i would spend about 500 max would 60-65 be achievable with a good service good induction kit (any reccomends other than gsr) cat back exhaust performance ht leads better spark plugs any help is appreciated many thanks ricky

Originally Posted by ricky seicento hi there i was wondering what bhp i could get out of my mpi sei sporting i would spend about 500 max would 60-65 be achievable with a good service good induction kit (any reccomends other than gsr) cat back exhaust performance ht leads better spark plugs any help is appreciated many thanks ricky These mods would give u aprox 5-6 bhp. Here read this would make u alot

Hi Niall - the symptons on Mrs G Doblo sound very similar to my now poorly Kia Sedona. It used to use approx. 2 litres of coolant per 500 miles and got progressively worse. When it was topped up clouds of white smoke bellowed out of the exhaust. As the coolant level went down the white smoke deminished but the heater in the car was none existent. Guess it was running on hot air rather than hot water.

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 900cc TwinAir - who wants one in their Cento

Seems to me like a good deal 10% lighter than the 1368cc and 85bhp. Discuss

The multiair system controls the opening of the inlet valves operating between the cam lobe and the valves shutting them before they would normally shut if driven only by the camshaft when the throttle is not completely pushed down. Exhaust valves are moved traditionally. Id love to see this engine in a 126 if you look at this video you can hear the noise resemble the old 2-cylinder engine of 500s

FIAT PUNTO GRANDE PUNTO Do new 1.3 diesel GPs have DPF as standard

Just saw some mention of these while surfing as I am looking to buy one are they fitted as standard on current cars

terms and this translates into lower fuel consumption and emissions for the customer. ..snip.. and keep its main defect (particulate emissions) to a minimum. Cut and pasted from here httpwww.italiaspeed.comnew_model...oengines.html But that Italiaspeed article is from when the GP first arrived. Theyre now having to meet Euro5 standards which mean having a DPF is a necessity- all the 500

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 twin air in cinqucento

its been a little idea ive whiring around but as per usual i cant afford it was wondering what your thoughts on such a project would be the plan Cinquecento---remove old engine (and the rest of the work) -----in place the 875cc twin air if i could i wouldwould you si

Originally Posted by clock34 imagine the ecu needed though. so much hastle. This They dont have camshafts they have air compressor systems that infinitely adjust the valve lift and timing. The engines are massively complex and require alot of softwarecomputing power just to run them. The loom would weigh about the same as a Cinq Brilliant technology that but still very much in its infancy really. If it were ever fitted to a car like a Cinq it would in theory be more economical than in a 500 or similar because its lighter etc. In theory a good idea but real world not so much. Sion

camshafts they have air compressor systems that infinitely adjust the valve lift and timing. The engines are massively complex and require alot of softwarecomputing power just to run them. The loom would weigh about the same as a Cinq Brilliant technology that but still very much in its infancy really. If it were ever fitted to a car like a Cinq it would in theory be more economical than in a 500

FIAT PUNTO I 176C 176L need help i dont want to waste money on parts

my car is a 2003 5000000edition mk2 1.2 8v cam sensor engine punto what i am wanting to do find and replace a used low mileage 1.2 8v cam sensor engine and a used low mileage 5speed gearbox secondly i want to just get a bit more lift out of the car now i have been doing loads of research and asking around and i am trying to get definitive answers on the parts i would like to buy for what i think would

FIAT PUNTO improve BHPperformance got

any good ideas ppl i got a 1.2 8v so i need to no wats best to get.... wud like to get beta sound from the car and better performance... all info will be appriciated .... thnx

Top of my head the mods that are not too challenging are - GSR type induction Kit - Propper exhaust...Not some HUGE chavvy bean can diameter one - It has to keep the backpressure up whilst still making it easier for exhaust gases to exit the system. - camshaft from punto 75 engine - Getting rid of excess weight (spare tyrejackwheelbraceseats) etc if your daring - DONT put 1817 even 16 alloys on as

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