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When the new 95 engine was announced at the back end of last year the first thing I said was why didnt they put a bit more effort in to getting the CO 2 below 100 gkm. A 20 BHP increase was completely unnecessary. A 10 BHP increase coupled with lower emissions free road tax and even better fuel economy would have been more universally welcomed. Originally Posted by Ulpian I am very worried that fiats

put a bit more effort in to getting the CO 2 below 100 gkm. A 20 BHP increase was completely unnecessary. A 10 BHP increase coupled with lower emissions free road tax and even better fuel economy would have been more universally welcomed. I can assure you that you are by no means the only person that is beginning to think like that... Its always interesting to read your posts Scrogg working for fiat

FIAT 500 II 500 Twin Air 900cc coming

I was about to order a 1.2 Lounge but heard rumours of a new more efficient engine coming - a 900cc twin cylinder - possibly as early as July. Supposedly 15% less fuel and more power than a trad 8 valve 1.2. Can anyone confirm (a) how much of this might be true (b) any reports on how smooth (or not) the engine is and (c) price - whether it will replace the current 1.2 or be a higher priced alternative Thanks for any help

The 85hp is a turbo too just offering lower power than the 105. This engine will be lighter than the Diesel it comes in under the 100gkm threshold for tax which the fiat Diesel doesnt - why not when the same engine in the Corsa does - and petrol is cheaper than Diesel fuel so overall it will be cheaper to run and better handling with practically identical performance to the Diesel. In fact looking

FIAT 500 II Why bother with a diesel

why bother buying a diesel 500 the diesel engine IS noisey and yes i have heard one running top gear also commented on this they cost quite a bit more money to buy and in the real world they are no faster than the 1.2 (.4 seconds quicker to 62 and 4 mph more top speed ) diesel IS more expensive to buy and this brings me on to the economy yes the diesel will do 13.2mpg more on the extra urban cycle

Originally Posted by white 500 Exactly each to there own in my eyes the extra you get from the derv is not worth the extra outlay. ps to my understanding the 1.3mjet isnt turbod its actualy supercharged (acording to the fiat 500 brochure) Just translated Italian terminology. It definitely is a turbo As to why go for the diesel it is probably more about driving preference than cost. I think Italian

FIAT 500 II Rising Oil Level

Any reasons why my oil level might be rising 1.3 diesel - 75

by stalling them or by stuffing the air intake with rags (which few people are willing to do against a raging engine). Mazda strongly advises in the owner&8217s handbook to check the oil level regularly and if it rises to the &8216X&8217 mark get your car to the dealer for a check and an oil change. It&8217s a common problem with the Mazda6 2.0 diesels with DPFs with Subaru Legacy diesels with fiat

FIAT 500 II 1.4cc or (future)900cc

Hi all I have been visiting the forum for quite some time as i am about to order my 500. I have decided everything.. color extras trim level.. everything.. and i was sooo close to place the order for a 1.4 sport 500 as i felt its more of a complete car compared to the 1.2 However as the fuel price goes up (and everything shows that it will keep getting higher) and as i read that fiat is close to present

FIAT 500 II Fiat 500 MPG

Recently I hired a 61 plate fiat 500 Lounge to drive to the south coast for a day and back. The whole duration I had the car I was shocked by the MPG and how quickly it was drinking the petrol. Both urban and motorways and combined according to the trip computer it was doing 37mpg. I was driving it sensibly and doing smooth gear changes so not as if it was under any strain. I left on a full tank and

a another couple of weeks. Looking at the promise of Electric & hybrid it looks like the Electric 500 offering has been withdrawn despite the promise of one in the making. Originally Posted by Caravadossi Climate control What kind of weather makes petrol or diesel engines more efficient I imagine an all-electric car might be affected by excessive humidity or extreme cold. PW Colne In winter my fiat

FIAT 500 II Reduced Engine Power

Hi - I have had my 500 for just over 100 miles so still a bit new to it. Does anyone know if the engine management system reduces the available power from the engine during the first few hundred miles I know that I am making an unfair comparison with my old car (Ford Focus 2.0 diesel) but my fiat seems to have no oomph whatsoever. Even compared to an ancient Datsun Cherry and a decrepit 1300 Cortina

couple of weeks later - much better performance slightly better economy but still seemed a bit flat compared with my TA 500. Incidentally I leave my AC on all the time which is better for it. Cant detect any difference in performance or economy if I turn it off. My sister has a 1.0 Corsa ridiculously slow for a car that weighs that much. I understand completely what you mean by flat compared to fiat

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 Reliability

Looking at purchasing a 500C and would like to know what the reliability is like. I do around 25000 kms a year and need to have something that is reliable. Can anyone help I live in Sydney Australia........

Originally Posted by ssgirl57 Looking at purchasing a 500C and would like to know what the reliability is like. I do around 25000 kms a year and need to have something that is reliable. Can anyone help I live in Sydney Australia........ Hi ssgirl57 as a native of Australia I know exactly what image youve got in your head. fiat dont have a great reputation in Australia but the 500 is a completely different

FIAT 500 II Abarth

Hi all New on here but collect my Abarth on Tuesday Very excited After I collect it my intention is to completely modify it perhaps by going a little too far but isnt that the point of an Abarth I was intending on taking my car to G-Tech to have it modified to GPR spec but I am finding it very difficult to communicate to them even with many thousands of euro burning a hole in my pocket. Anyway that

in the late 80s so tick that box too. In addition to this I haved owned and own several serious performance cars and this car is just a toy for a bit of fun to take on track Santa Pod laughs etc and a Q car for the road to wind up my mates and their exotica. Im not really too bothered if its compromised in some ways. My question was simply aimed to get some details of people who can tune fiats

in the late 80s so tick that box too. In addition to this I haved owned and own several serious performance cars and this car is just a toy for a bit of fun to take on track Santa Pod laughs etc and a Q car for the road to wind up my mates and their exotica. Im not really too bothered if its compromised in some ways. My question was simply aimed to get some details of people who can tune fiats

in the late 80s so tick that box too. In addition to this I haved owned and own several serious performance cars and this car is just a toy for a bit of fun to take on track Santa Pod laughs etc and a Q car for the road to wind up my mates and their exotica. Im not really too bothered if its compromised in some ways. My question was simply aimed to get some details of people who can tune fiats

FIAT 500 II 1.4 Engine Timing Belt

Ok guys at service they mentioned the timing belt doesnt last so long on fiatAlpha Romeos and that i shouldnt listen to fiats ridiculous recommendation on the service schedule that says 5 years or 70k. Bearing in mind that this is an interference engine (1.4 16v) and i dont want to have an engine rebuild what do you guys think My car is 2.5 years old on 35 k.

Originally Posted by Most Easterly Pandas Is it so so no early failures on any of the 1.4s and no revision by the belt manufacture Seem I and half the forum have been misinformed then. I dunno... but the OP said he was told that belts dont last that long on fiat and Alfa engines and THAT was the reason to change the belt on his 500. Im just saying change the belt if it needs changing not just because

Originally Posted by Ralf S. I dunno... but the OP said he was told that belts dont last that long on fiat and Alfa engines and THAT was the reason to change the belt on his 500. Im just saying change the belt if it needs changing not just because a completely un-related engine made 10 years ago once had a dicky tensioner.. Visually inspect the belt. Im sure that with just 35k on it your belt will

FIAT 500 II fiat 500 oil type

I did do a search and still not 100% sure so think it is best to ask. Got a 63 reg 500 twinair sport looking in the hand book it says use selenia k p.e. looking on line it looks like the oil is 5 w40 fully synthetic oil. can anyone confirm its 5 w40 and what brands meet the selenia kpe.

Originally Posted by Mercky I had a look at that APP it doesent seem to differentiate between the engine types - same oil as above for all Okey kokey right finally Im completely happy about what Im supposed to be using. Looked on the official fiat website. Go to Ownership tab scroll down to Handbooks and press on it redirects you to fiat eLum home wait a second and a big pop up box will appear. In

Originally Posted by frupi Okey kokey right finally Im completely happy about what Im supposed to be using. Looked on the official fiat website. Go to Ownership tab scroll down to Handbooks and press on it redirects you to fiat eLum home wait a second and a big pop up box will appear. In the search by RegistrationVIN box type in your car VIN exactly as it is typed on your V5 Log Book and press the

FIAT 500 II new 1.3 MJet 95 HP engine prices

Finally weve got it Thanks to cinquecentisti.com Official release httpwww.fiatpress.comdownload20...1124_F_500.pdf Please note that these prices are in Euro... 500 500C

It seems they cant overnight replace all the old engines with Mutltijet2s and Multiairs so for the time being both will be available. Simple production constraints I believe. fiat said it hopes to completely replace all the old engines within two years however.

FIAT 500 II TwinAir - real world consumption

Ive spent a bit longer with a TwinAir now and I have some real world numbers. On the motorway (70mph where possible dropping to 60mph in places) it averaged 50mpg when warm and about 48mpg from cold. I managed to get 50mpg after the motorway for a while but once I hit traffic it went down to about 45mpg. On a country road it went down to below 40mpg (with a fully warm engine). On the way back on the

Originally Posted by DraigFlag87 I found with my last 2 new fiats the engines offer better consumption after 1000 miles but peak figures were achieved at 8000 miles. I therefore consider this the run in benchmark now (at least for the past 2 cars Ive had) I have heard several car journos complaining about the consumption. I put this down to the fact that the car is small slow and underpowered and needs

With regard to making a decision on going for a fiat Multijet you shouldnt have any issues they are very good engines and are used by several manufacturers. If you are commuting and driving quite a distance every day I assume you are travelling on motorways so clutch wear wont be so bad Are clutches even covered by warranty Why use a garage with crazy labour rates - Many smaller independants are much

FIAT 500 II 500 Abarth Convertible

For those who are interested my local Abarth dealer has announced that the new Abarth 500 Convertible will be arriving this summer. I also understand that one dealer has started to accept orders for the new model. I personally prefer the standard Abarth but Im sure many will welcome the soft top version. If its as successful as the BMW Mini convertible Im sure Abarthfiat will be very pleased.

Originally Posted by Ulpian There will be a whole new Panda on the 500 floorpan only with an extended (4) wheelbase. Itll get the new twin cylinder engines. The current Panda will soldier on with a few paint tweaks until the new one comes either at the end of this year or in 2011. The new car should get 4WD since it is supposed to be the base for a small American 4WD to be built by Jeep. I thought

FIAT 500 II help with DPF regeneration

i have a problem intermitant with the filter or cat just not sure if anyone else experiencing this problem engine light comes on saying check engine but got breakdown out and said it was just saying this has clogged so drive really fast and should clear does for a few days then problem comes back any help appreciated

Id agree completely with the sentiments expressed regarding modern diesels with DPFsEGRs. I believe drivers of modern diesel engines do need to ensure they do fairly regular decent motorway or dual carriageway runs to allow regens to take place. Im not sure that diesels bought for mainly town use driving are entirely suited for the purpose. One just has to read numerous car forum threads on this very

Originally Posted by frupi Id agree completely with the sentiments expressed regarding modern diesels with DPFsEGRs. I believe drivers of modern diesel engines do need to ensure they do fairly regular decent motorway or dual carriageway runs to allow regens to take place. Im not sure that diesels bought for mainly town use driving are entirely suited for the purpose. One just has to read numerous car forum threads on this very subject where diesel owners who never see a motorway from one blue moon to the next appear to suffer problems. If you keep having problems you can take it to the dealer for a diagnostic forced regen but I suspect they will charge Find your nearest motorway and boot it for a couple of hours Some are just going up the motorway for a little jaunt to bring on the DPF regeneration - once it starts it takes about 15 minutes on average and you only have to be doing over 2000 RPM. Havent got this issue with OHs MJ. For those who are travelling around the town theres a shift towards small fuel efficient petrol engines. Noticed on the BIF allowances in the UK that theres a levy on diesel engines. Expect that here something similar is going to happen where a 520D has the same road tax as a 500 1.2. SteveTDCi liked this post

FIAT 500 II Long Term review

We got our 500 new in June 2008 one of the first around being a 1.2 POP in white with the redivory interior. We added chrome mirror covers and the black sport stripe and then on delivery got some aftermarket chrome wheel covers. No matter where you went it attracted attention. People stopped to look at in car parks passed admiring comments and EVEN BMWs would stop to let you out in car parks or at

Originally Posted by 306maxi Agree. IMHO the 1.2 is the better engine for driving around town for a tiny little engine (I come from Australia where 2 litre engines are considered to be small) it does have a nice wallop of torque low down When I drove the 1.4 500 I was surprised how slow it was but perhaps I just wasnt revving it enough Maxi the 1.4 engine has two characters. One is below 4000 revs

FIAT 500 II gap insurance

Does anyone have any advice about return to invoice insurance for new cars My fiat dealer has recommended their own (obviously) but a bit of googling shows me there are a LOT of different gap insurances. Ive never bought a brand new car before but am expecting delivery of my 500 next month and havent decided yet if this is something I really ought to buy or if its an unnecessary rip-off by insurance

Originally Posted by YouKnowWho Well said - unfortunately not everyone treats their cars with the same respect. Even brand new cars Yup. Sadly to some people cars are just a means to an end. I like the fact that I know the complete history of our 500 because itll be more useful later in the cars life. Some cars have constant revisions of suspension steering electronics and engines throughout their

FIAT 500 II Setting seals in the engine

Hey guys quick question for all the mechanics out there. Im picking up my 2013 500 abarth tomorrow and a buddy of mine told me about driving the car a certain way if it is a turbo charged engine. He told me to drive the car at high rpms then low rpms to set the seals in the engine to get more years out of the engine and better performance overall. Can anyone shed some light on this Thanks Zeppelin

While not completely unfounded in his comments the days of running in your new engine is pretty much over. The assembly tolerances and oil quality are so good that you can just get in a new car and drive it. There are considerations - like making sure the car is properly warmed up before going mad but this is true of well used engines too. Keeping the revs low for the first 500 miles wont do any favours

FIAT 500 II Price of petrol and octane boosters

I was given some octane booster tabs to try out by my brother-in-law who swears by them. Having filled up on Tuesday and dropped a tab into the tank of unleaded the drive did not feel any different since I usually fill up with super-unleaded. I dont think it is my driving style or the placebo effect that has led me to believe that these octane boosters do work and I should be able to get improved economy

Originally Posted by alexGS Its the comment for petrol or diesel that undermines the credibility of the product for me. These fuels have such different characteristics its hard to imagine an octane improvement for both. Diesel doesnt have an octane rating anyway -Alex Generally diesel engines operate well with a Cetane Number (CN) from 40 to 55. Fuels with higher cetane number have shorter ignition

FIAT 500 II Remapping the 500 sport.

Hello I am new to the site. I have had my sport since Sept 2009 lovin it. Can this car be remapped Of course this may have been asked before. Sorry in advance if I have passed a previous thread cheers J

My take on remapping non turbo cars is that you can change the driving characteristic pick up throttle response etc but you cant get that much more power. As you already have a sports button that does this why bother. Turbo engines are a completely different thing and you can get 25% more power torque etc from a simple remap Spend the money somewhere else

Originally Posted by Jake_in_notts My take on remapping non turbo cars is that you can change the driving characteristic pick up throttle response etc but you cant get that much more power. As you already have a sports button that does this why bother. Turbo engines are a completely different thing and you can get 25% more power torque etc from a simple remap Spend the money somewhere else The sport

FIAT 500 II Daily Hate to the Rescue I know exactly how he feels.

One of the (very) few bad points of the 1.4 fiat 500 is the turning circle which means you do many more three point turns and parking manuevers than you would expect to for such a small car. I am reminded of this almost everyday even though I am used to it now. So when reading this article I felt a lot of sympathy for the man I dont know if its a 1.4 or not but I felt very connected to this article httpwww.dailymail.co.uknewsarti...axzz2Jxg7WDuS

Why It wouldnt make the car any quicker youd just be changing gear more. Multi speed gearboxes are merely to cope with the inadequacies of the torque curve shape of modern diesel engines which often have a torque peak which is merely 250rpm wide and will completely drop off the boil if you arent on it.

FIAT 500 II Its crunch time

OK the chap picked up my MR2 this morning the loans arranged if I want it so I can now definately order one Just one problem the non availability of a 1.2 to try out thing is Id like a car before summer comes so I ought to get in soon Decided to keep with std wheels as cant choose any of them climate azure and spotlights.. not sure on rubbing strip yet Cant afford 1.3 for months as I need to get a

Teh right ups on the 1.2s seem pretty good but it depends on preference. i have all engines being described as the pick of the bunch depending on drving style. The 1.2 complete the real retro package IMHO. A small petrol that needs to be revved to make good progress and it by all accounts is a sweeter engine than the 1.4. The 1.3 for the most relaxed drive The 1.4 somewhere in between probably the

FIAT 500 II 1.2 performance

Ive had my car for 2 months now and have done 1600 miles but i dont notice any difference in the engine at all. I read on here that after 100 miles i should feel a difference in the performance. The pop model i test drove had done just over 100 miles and felt a lot quicker than mine which is a lounge. When can i expect to feel a difference Obviously im not expecting a pocket rocket

ive done just under 3k and the engine does feel looser and more nippy and is able to cope with hills better in higher gears. Ive read on other threads tho that it can be over 5k before it feels different. I think you have to take into account that modern engines can do tens of thousands of miles over their lifetime so really 100 or even 1000 miles is a very small fraction of what they are designed

FIAT 500 II How reset engine light after fuel starvation

I consciously took my 500 diesel to running low on fuel and when it stuttered the engine light came on. I stopped turned off and put a cans worth in. After only a few seconds cranking it fired up again and is as perfect as before. But the engine idiot light stays on and when you do fire up the multifunction display says Check engine. How do I reset it Many thanks Dave

Originally Posted by Andy Monty having seen the amount of time it took one of our mechanics at work to get a big old Toyota Diesel forklift running right after one of the drivers let it run out of fuel i f the big old industrial forklift engines dont like it the Modern Multipoint will hate it with a passion new injectors fuel pump filter and an age cleaning all the pipe work was what he had to do IIRC

FIAT 500 II Start Stop

Hi all As a non start stop owner I understand this can be turned off in the menus Does it stay off or does it default back on when you restart Im interested in buying a new 500 but as its now standard Im not sure I could put up with the constant stopping restarting particularly in heavy bumper to bumper traffic. Thanks in advance Mercky

i dont have it anymore and wish i did. completely intuitive and makes you realise how wasteful idling engines in traffic are. never disabled it once in 14 months. why would you

FIAT 500 II Requesting information concerning DIY oil changes

Hello all I am desperately anticipating the arrival of the fiat 500 here in the US.I am very interested in learning how to do the oil change proceedure.Would there by any chance be a tutorial type of video in existence that would instruct me as to the tools needed to do the job and a listing of the available recommended filtersAny commentary as to personal experience would be greatly appreciated.This may serve us all well as a sticky.

Originally Posted by DraigFlag87 It is your choice completely of course. But remember manufactures who set the intervals usually set them a lot lower mainly to be overprotective during the warranty period so they cant blame inadequate oil changes if the engine blows up So an Audi that can do 30000 miles without an oil change could safely do a lot more 40000 maybe even 50000 miles. And given that a

FIAT 500 II Gearbox problem- in warranty

Hi all I have a weird noise when in first and second gear when I pull the clutch up and also when it is in gear with the clutch up at low speeds. Sounds sort of like a penny or a tiny screw loose in the engine but the mechanic said it is likely to be the gear box. The car is a 11 plate registered in August so is in the extended dealer warranty which as well know is a pile of useless . However does

Originally Posted by ahmett no its not slipping badly I just feel that it is no longer brand new. my question is if it goes other than changing the clutch will there be any other effects I have breakdown cover anyway so if it goes and I am in town I will just have it towed to my service place. they already quoted me 350 euros for the change. the friction material of the driven clutch plate is held

FIAT 500 II New diesel engine 1.3 16v 95HP

It seems fiat will introduce a new 1.3 diesel engine for the 500C and I think for the normal 500 as well. StartStop system will be available for the 1.4 petrol engine and will be standard for the new 1.3 diesel engine but there is no startstop option for the old 1.3 (75HP). Reference httpwww.cinquecentisti.comconten...-multijet-95cv

The Abarth will have the 1.4 Mutiair by then too. So in twelve months a complete range of new engines. Fantastic. The 0.9 65 gives 83mpg by the way.

Originally Posted by Ulpian The Abarth will have the 1.4 Mutiair by then too. So in twelve months a complete range of new engines. Fantastic. The 0.9 65 gives 83mpg by the way. Id like to see actual measurements. The way in which fuel economy is tested is a joke.......

FIAT LINEA 323 Fiat Linea

Announced at the Istanbul Motor Show was the new fiat Linea. It is a four door Grande Punto with a boot. fiat plans to price it at the Dacia Logan level and sell it in eastern Europe and other developing areas. No word yet as to whether it will be sold in western Europe. Its quite stylish from the one small pic of it that I saw in Auto Plus last night.

they offer a new reading of the stylistic elements of the great Italian motoring tradition in the saloon segment. This extraordinary stylistic heritage has now produced the fiat Linea a 4-door saloon that is sleek and elegant but with generous dimensions that put it at the top of its class it is 4.56 metres long 1.73 metres wide 1.5 metres tall and has a wheelbase of 2.6 metres as well as a 500

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

The rate of attrition across all entrants was huge including Cowan who crashed. A total of just eleven cars finished with first to Bjorn Waldegard second to Jorge Recalde and fifth to Vic Preston all in 500SLCs. Not entering every event for the 1980 season resulted in Mercedes finishing fourth overall in the championship. Mercedes recruited winning driver Walter Rohrl who had been driving for fiat

The rate of attrition across all entrants was huge including Cowan who crashed. A total of just eleven cars finished with first to Bjorn Waldegard second to Jorge Recalde and fifth to Vic Preston all in 500SLCs. Not entering every event for the 1980 season resulted in Mercedes finishing fourth overall in the championship. Mercedes recruited winning driver Walter Rohrl who had been driving for fiat

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Track Lemon - 1.4 Cinq track toy

Ive posted this on some other forums and completely forgot to put it here. Oops. Originally this was to be a Panda project but Oldschool convinced me that what I really needed was a stripped out Cinq because theyre lighter. And he had three. Or four. Or twelve. Its hard to know the exact figure at any given moment. His Cinq shell habit is more out of control than my Toyo R888 habit. Anyway the argument

FIAT UNO II UNO Engine type

Did somebody see some list about type of the Uno engine []

At first sight its rather difficult to answer your question as several versions of engines have been fitted to Unos. Petrol and diesel engines have been fitted either turbocharged or atmospheric. Petrol engines may be FIRE 998 as fitted to some Autobianchi and Lancia Y 10 (FIRE means Fully Integrated Robotized Engine) OHC engines from 1100 to 1500 cc petrol carburator OHC engines turbocharged petrol

FIAT PUNTO GRANDE PUNTO Dynoed the M-Jet with TMC tuning box.

Hi All. Will post the graphs when I get the scanner fired up but the results were Peak power 98.6kW (132.2HP) 4000rpm Peak Torque 290Nm (213.86lbft) 2550rpm These figures are at the wheels (obviously). Is there a commonly accepted ratio for converting to flywheel figures

where taken under different conditions (barometric level ambient temperature altitude etc.) Even when used properly these correction techniques dont always represent a realistic picture. This is because different types of engines react to conditions changes differently. In other words there is no one-size-fits-all correction method. Altitude For example lets consider a dynamometer located at 5000

FIAT UNO II Wheres best to buy engine rebuild bits

Gonna build a silly bike carbed 999cc engine for a laugh. Wheres the cheapest place to buy rebuild bits (gasket sets and the like). Is there a place similar to GSF for fiats Matt

Originally Posted by 1986Uno45S Try httpshop4parts.co.uk httpwww.eurocarparts.com httpwww.allpartsautomotive.co.uk...e.aspID14344 And dont forget that fiat themselves can supply most parts though check the prices first A Weber 32TLF will not flow enough air nor fuel for such high revs. It was never designed to do so. The mk1 twin choke Webers are better but youll still be pushing it at 9000 rpm. Bike

FIAT PUNTO II 188 188AX mk2 tjet

weve all been there at some stage really 4am thinking about what kind of car we can build the last few weeks i have been considering a mk1 sporting to gt conversion ( there arent that many over in ireland so a conversion is the best choice) then my lil bro comes home in a hgt which made me all jelly after taking a spin. so last night it dawned upon me. the tjet. in a mk2 ok so wont blow anyones minds

200. The sump is stiffer too............. Believe me all the little tuning houses that had so much success getting Works performance from Mini Cooper Ss at less than John Cooper S Works prices looked hard at getting T Jet performance from the 500. No-one made it a commercial proposition although the potential profits were big. Now Im not currently enjoying a sexual relationship with anyone at a fiat

FIAT BRAVA 182 Air Pressure Sensor Camshaft change

Hello all I was at a fiat dealership yesterday concerning a problem with the air pressure sensor... (second time in 9 months) and some of their answers troubled me... They charge me 180 euros and I found it at a friend for 100 euros... And now my question... is it a straight fit or I need to adjust anything else Also when I mentioned to them a reset of the ECU by disconnecting a battery lead overnight

Originally Posted by MadBravaDriver Hello all I was at a fiat dealership yesterday concerning a problem with the air pressure sensor... (second time in 9 months) and some of their answers troubled me... They charge me 180 euros and I found it at a friend for 100 euros... And now my question... is it a straight fit or I need to adjust anything else Also when I mentioned to them a reset of the ECU by

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