Im using one of these for the sandwich httpwww.ebay.co.ukitmOIL-cooler...item2eb7b55c80 It came with both size adaptors one of wich obviously fits however I cant remember what size it was I can check for you tomorrow. You might want to consider a thermostat type though. When you say shaft which shaft are you talking about If you mean drive shaft it just pops out with a pry bar which Im sure you already know that so Im not sure which shaft you mean
Originally Posted by Honeymonster Im using one of these for the sandwich httpwww.ebay.co.ukitmOIL-cooler-SANDWICH-ADAPTER-HONDA-CIVIC-CRX-PRELUDE-200650611840ptUK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM& hashitem2eb7b55c80 It came with both size adaptors one of wich obviously fits however I cant remember what size it was I can check for you tomorrow. You might want to consider a thermostat type though. When
You mean the inner drive shaft seal the one that seals the shaft going into the diff to the gearbox housing. Yes exactly as you described make sure you put plenty of oil on the seal before you fit it. Drive it home with a suitable sized socket or bearing drift be careful the seals are weak and easy to damage. WIll get back to you tomorrow about the oil filter fitting but according to this its M20 x 1.5 httpwww.comline.uk.comfiatPuntooil-filters (chose your car and then click fitment check).
seal the one that seals the shaft going into the diff to the gearbox housing. Yes exactly as you described make sure you put plenty of oil on the seal before you fit it. Drive it home with a suitable sized socket or bearing drift be careful the seals are weak and easy to damage. WIll get back to you tomorrow about the oil filter fitting but according to this its M20 x 1.5 httpwww.comline.uk.comfiatPuntooil-filters
See i undo these things usin a rachet P so that could cause problems and the hoses for the oil cooler also gets in the way Ming
into third and fourth just at the last part it seems to have improved with use but is this something I could imrove with a clutch kit or am I likely to be looking at a new GB at some stage Check gearbox oil Originally Posted by lambontheflag 6 The car has only 20000miles on it my brother reckons it is good for 150000 but I am hoping it will go for much much longer.. How far is the limit for the fiat
Originally Posted by Pep0 I had been planning on some combination of - an (short) underpan to flow the air more over the sump and box. - an oil cooler - a sandwich plate donno. The final on my box and primary shaft seem very noisy. Noel Sounds as though its just knackered. An oil cooler isnt going to make much difference to the gearbox oil (and is pretty much unnecessary unless you live somewhere very
and what about the ecu and the electrics and my extra injector that vanaaken did..... sorry i have alot of questions i want it to be perfect....have had lots of problems lately so this time it has to be spot on this looks like a nice site thanks for the hello. sok we aim to please gearbox will fit no problems clutch is identical from 1108 to 1242. It just bolts up fine. Ive got a bog standard cinquecento
Hey folks new here but not to fiat ..... I might have an unlikely engine swap mod for you It works both ways to Take a rust beaten Autobianchi A112 Abarth with the 1050cc 70 hp engine and 5 speed gearbox and fit it in the cinq. The engine was based on the good old fiat 903 engine and has a oil cooler so no need for aftermarked fix... With the 70 hp it will reach the 180 to 190 kmh line within 25 seconds(in
Originally Posted by arno Hey folks new here but not to fiat ..... I might have an unlikely engine swap mod for you It works both ways to Take a rust beaten Autobianchi A112 Abarth with the 1050cc 70 hp engine and 5 speed gearbox and fit it in the cinq. The engine was based on the good old fiat 903 engine and has a oil cooler so no need for aftermarked fix... With the 70 hp it will reach the 180 to
Originally Posted by blu73 Ive found if you just remove the rubber seal from the scuttle panel you lose loads of trapped heat ive not really had issues with temperature in either of my turbo s but can tell the difference on a really hot day reminds me of a few days ago. was trying to catch up with my dad who had left in hes car 15mins before. had the fans on low and cold. as soon as i put my foot down
Originally Posted by beau it would go in the back nicely its surprisingly compact engine - its the gearbox that would be an issue Transverse -- melt it to an MR2 tub gearbox -- will handle 700bhp more if you hook up the transmission oil cooler.
but it was serviced 700 miles ago and has had some iffy problems with 3rd and 5th. So Im assuming it could be the worst and the gearbox could be shot . However everyone loves pictures so here is a couple Forgot to mention uncovering a bit of crash damage when I took the bumper off Curse the previous 14 owners Attached Thumbnails           __________________ My Cinqy - httpwww.fiatforum.commembers-mot...mlpost2866014
I completely agree and I grew out of bragging in the pub a few years ago A quick rundown so far Modified enginegearbox mounts-silicone filled after my experiments with keeping knackered mounts together.Engine mount modified with grinder to allow clearance for alt belt and spaced out by 4mm and down by 6mm to stop the alt pulley grinding any more off the inner wing 8mm longer alt belt for (more) clearance.
Originally Posted by Mount In france I dont find any new fire engine perhaps the drivers are too good to have an accicent lol sure youre right it will be more easy to install a kit turbo on my fire and im sure to keep my six speed gearbox with a down pipe no pb to make but the manifoildentre the engine and the turbo where I can find or I will have to make it too an intake manifoild same pb you
if we are talking about the 16v then you need to take the gearbox and flywheel off as well. And when we took apart my spare engine we had to butcher the old sump to get it off... Now i wonder does the 16v engine have the same blanked-off oil feed on the pump as the 8v sounds like it would be better to feed the turbo off the blanked bit and oil cooler through a thermostatic sandwich plate....
Originally Posted by nitrane.co.uk Nice one. That makes power to weight similar to a grale. Aside from the difference in traction how does it compare in terms of speed John In the right gear right time Cinq can and does surprise not only a grale but many a quick car say cruisng along at 60mph in grale in 5th as its only doing 2000rpm so its off boost and therefore be pretty slow whereas the Cinq with
Of course an alternative is to move the radiator over to the other side.......... The other day I caught myself wondering about a rad mounted just in front of the gearbox like the Quattros to allow more space for oil cooler intercooler and all that.................
Originally Posted by jamie86 You will need a Fuel Cut Defender for the map sensor... I would say its a lot of work just give the kit to me Yep. Oil take off and return path for the turbo will be needed too as well as an oil cooler ideally. Plus that intercooler looked huge I reckon youll struggle to get that in a Cinq whilst the gearbox is in the car...
yeah looks nice even the 7 or 8 poly belt is gonna be double the with of the current alternator belt and is gonna need either the engine to the shifted towards gearbox end at least 2-3cm if sharing the same belt for the alt....even greater if using independant pulleys. or possibly a custom offside engine mount (maybe the euro sei latest design may work if you can fit it to an older cinqsei chasis)
a turbo will not force the engine to rev higher than it is meant to.. im not sure where you got that from. A 999cc FIRE engine from a Panda has been tested with stock internals and saw around 150bhp before any damage occured. Obviously not safe for a daily driver but gives an indication as to what can be achieved. Toms Cinq (like mine) has a Punto75 bottom end in there. It is stronger than the cinquecento