most likely if you get the sizes of the unions and pipe specs you could get an oil pipe made up
Bill what did you do to get your pipes fixed. The ones I bought from the scrappy have started leaking already If anyone knows anyone who can make up these pipes Id be grateful if you could let me know. Cheers Al
Originally Posted by FORZA2000 I Have For Sale A Pair Of marea Bravo Brava Td100 Brand New oil cooler Pipes Fraction Of The Million Pounds The Dealer Charged Me . Let Me Know If Any Interest . Are these the same as the ones fitted to the 125td marea
If your pipes need replacing it is probably due to them being corroded. Dont take any chances with them. I used to own a fiat coupe 20VT and I had to bite the bullet some that didnt wished they did when they burst whilst on the move as you are not aware of the oil starvation until its way too late. I also believe that if fiat designed them into the car they surve a purpose the turbo heats and thins the oil the cooler helps that. just my two pennies.
I got some second hand pipes in the end.
Thats cool the oil cooler matters most in summer when oil really thins with the temps. Now lets take a look at mine
Most independant garages should be able to make up oilbrake pipes. Just phone around local garages.
its a common problem. time to go scrapyard hunting it wont cost much.
yes got oneyesyesyes and it was cheap thank god
Unless you live in a hot climate you probably dont need it Have you considered having your old one refurbished Otherwise try other JTD models.
Tell me about it bulldog - local dealer says price is 240 and the most discount he can give brings it down to 210. Already spoken to AlternativeAutos and they cant supply one. Pipes look okayish and my mechanic recons he can get them off - but youre right - pipes can be a real pain. hellcat - had a guy in Middlesbrough who messes around with race cars look at it this afternoon. He recons he can cut
you need to establish exactly where the oil is coming from. Firstly and most likely is simply a loose oil filter they have to be screwed on tight. second possibility is the connections to the oil cooler. they are a push in type held in by a small allen screw. there are o ring seals on these and they may be tired and leaking. Third possibilty is the hoses themselves. If there is a large amount of oil leaking do not drive the car as there is a huge possibilty of seizing the engine.. Owen.
hi guys i found the tecnocar R126 filters. it is 90mm in height and it is the correct size recommended for 1.9 JTD105. when i look a the filter location using 100mm filter might have a potential of cooking engine oil bcos it is too close with the exhaust pipe. by having additional 10mm gap i think the oil temperature inside the filter will be cooler. that is the only rational i can think of.
Well evidence is an M70 BMW V12 engine that someone stuffed radweld in it was overheating because of an airlock nothing more...which did something reacted or something and turned into a think goop that blocked up the bottom of the radiator and coolant return around the transmission cooler pipes causing the gearbox to overheat and destroy itself to which I had to fit a new rad and expansion tank and
Originally Posted by auto_blanco Well evidence is an M70 BMW V12 engine that someone stuffed radweld in it was overheating because of an airlock nothing more...which did something reacted or something and turned into a think goop that blocked up the bottom of the radiator and coolant return around the transmission cooler pipes causing the gearbox to overheat and destroy itself to which I had to fit
I would have expressed my views on my marea already on. But I bought my car back in 2005 at an auction as a hacker for a house that was undergoing a full renovation job. It was used as a builders Van and micracously passed an NCT (MOT equivalent) which has delayed the watery scrap yard. Still going today with 118K on the clock but will decide if the cam belt should get changed next Feb when the NCT
Originally Posted by Wilqaeda Hi guys sorry to address you both so directly but from doing a lot fo reading you guys seem to know turbo s and superchargers really well just looking for an opinion on wether a 1.6 or a 1.8 turbo or supercharged engine would be viable My idea is basically a lightweight engine rather than a big 20v lump (plus i wouldnt have to change the hubs full front end) So basically
theres another small bleed nipple on top of the injector pump open this after bleeding the filter and pump the hand pump untill you get diesel coming out. otherwise you may find it will still cut out after starting. As for oil a gallon (5 litres) of good quality turbodiesel oil such as castrol or other well known brand. Make sure to pre-fill the new oil filter before fitting it (pour some new oil into
The only real difference that i know of between the TD100 and TD75 is the missing intercooler on the 75 version... oil cooler is standard on both versions same turbo (Garrett GT1544) diferent intake manifold and some say that the injeccion system (pump and injectors) are slightly diferent... Cheers
Originally Posted by johnnieHGT hi all i want to put a coupe 2.0 20v turbo engine in my 1997 bravo hgt 155 but id like to hear some advise on what i can do to make my life tht bit easier. any info welcome plz holla back coz im ready to buy the engine any week now and i dont kno what to do .... when my transplant is done il be going to santa pod to see what i can beat in a race . The coupe and bravo are the same car underneath so expect very similar quarter mile times to a coupe 20VT. You are going to need a lot more than just an engine as gearbox driveshafts roll bars suspension hubs breaks exhausts fuel pump ecu oil cooler intercooler etc. Are all different uprated. Best bet is to buy a running coupe and strip it this way you can compression test engine etc and check for turbo wear. plus get all the required parts. (bulldog) might be the be the best person to speak to as he has done the conversion on a marea which is the same as the Bravocoupe here is the thread detailing all the work. httpwww.fiatforum.commarea15374...ld-thread.html hope this helps
Originally Posted by skipp123 lol ing exhaust fell off today on my drive quick fit rekon it will need a new full exhaust as it leaks at every joint can some one tell me weather a fiat bravo hgt full exhaust will fit my brava 5 door if not where can i get one from or how can i adapt it If you have a 20v engine then surely part of your exhaust will already be 20v the only difference between Bravo-brava
was scrapped when its oil cooler broke and a bodged clutch replacement by Mr Clutch made it too much work to fix.. plus by then Id bought the car below. Tipo Sedicivalvole. I managed a while with just the Tipo Sedici but fuel costs and child seats in 3 door cars eventually led me to buy this from absolutely the other end of the country on the nod from a FF member who had a look at it for me. marea
They should swap they are larger and clearance between your wheels and discs should be checked - side clearance obviously since you have 17 wheels I think you only need the calipers pads discs and caliper holder - if that doesnt line up with the holes then you will also need the hub carrier and heat shield. Im guessing you are breaking the marea HLX Not swapping parts between Yeah 7 months.. Never did steal your oil cooler
okay...now im rrreeeaaallllly confused.....i noticed while i was out that it looks like i already have the turbo bumper on my car.... heres a pic...its hard to see on this pic but there are the holes for fog lights... Attached Thumbnails   __________________ Ex marea Turbo GTi-R owner & BMW Z4 3.0   Quote   08-06-2005   13 Louie Bee Fixin UnoTurbo I sleeper   Join Date Oct 2004