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    Hallo to everyone! I'm Lorenzo from Fabriano. i bought not GTV 916 v6 Tb in November 2015.
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    Hi Everyone, Collected my 3.2 GTV last week. What a pleasure!!! She has been well looked after and has had some serious work done to her. Koni Shocks (Adjustable) o Eibach coils. Also has a turbo conversion pushing 400 horses onto the front wheels. I laugh at the BM M3/4. Look forward to the discussions. I am based in South Africa. Rodger
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    Just bought 17' Teledials and powdercoated them Love them I need to refurbish olso the Siena's Trimis de pe al meu SM-G920F folosind Tapatalk
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    Dear all, I would like introduce myself and my new toy; I bought GTV TB to incorporate on my garage. I'm love classic and yountimers cars, and of course Alfa Romeo cars are always on my mind.( I already have AR sprint 1.5 QV, and previously classic AR GTV 2.0). Attached some photos and I'm asking me if some of you could support me with my carpets. I want new one, but really i don't know which color (navy blue??) car had originally..... and also I want to put a new phase 2 steringwheel, original gearknob nad handbrake.. Any advisor?. Thank you and congratulations for this great foro. PD. I posted my problem with gearbox (5th and Rear) but so far today i didn't have time to check it
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    Just took the teledials from the paint shop They look amaizing Also i sandblasted the brembo calipers, will need to make sure they fit perfect before i paint them, so need to wait till spring Trimis de pe al meu SM-G920F folosind Tapatalk
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    Interieur nearly finished. Since my last driving I saved another 65kg. It was late yesterday, some better pictures will follow soon.
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    Thanks. She also has a Q2 conversion. The Turbo is crazy, 3rd gear is the best, and idling along in 6th, from 120km/h to 200km/h is a blink. The gentleman I bought it from did a custom Turbo, he designed and mapped it. Will add pics soon. I might consider going back to standard setup.
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    Welding the struts is finished and primered. And also the alloy strut (from an other rollcage so very strong btw.) is in place. Now I can rewire all the stuff. I removed 2kg of wiring under the dash (it still starts ) There is alsoa lot of steel near the steering axle maybe I can remove some additional wheight While removing the covers at the wiper I found isolation under the motor juhu easy wheight reduction Here the pictures:
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    Lightweight tuning everywhere I have now finally found a project name for my Alfa - CARBONara noting is more italian than this and translated it also means Carbon altar
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    I'm not shure, here are also a lot of meeting in my near which I have to go, but I will see short time before the meeting started yesterday with the update. I saw this picture in the internet from the blue one which welded this to the cage. As the front axle of the gtv is a weak point anyway I decided to this also
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    I always wondered if the ultra racing part would fit with cybox equal length pipes. Obviously not lol. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
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    yes exactly a build with an existing mould is a lot faster. But I'm not doing a mould for a part every time , sometimes I just build it on top of the original part. To safe time. This gives also a good result, but of course a bit bigger. But on some points it doesent matter. With this material I have done this parts: But a mould I have just for the dash. But the das is of course optimized for my needs ( without airbag and some other modifications) Radiator cover top and bottom (top was 1Kg , my part around 250g ; the bottom one was 1.5kg and mine 272g) Fuse holder over the front right wheel. (original was rusty and around 800g , mine 200 (my first part ) Dashboard (original 9kg my part 2.134kg ) next part will be the roof. this sould originally be between 11-20kg (depends on how much I cut out) Btw. I saved 10kg by cutting out the double floor and double center console. And with a optimized harnest bar (instead of two steel struts a alloy one (look at the atachement) I saved again 6kg. Now I'm removing every single cable which is unneeded under the dash (allready 1kg)
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    Nice and tidy, black&red - great combo! Welcome!
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    Also the exhaust tip needs to be replaced as it's very ugly the car sounds great for a twinny but it's just so ugly so thinking a nice twin exhaust. I fitted one of the front coilovers today and like the stance on the lowest settings with 10mm spacers.
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    Welcome. Nice to see that the 3rd motus find his way to som 916 enthusiasts cite. many Dutch enhusiasts didn' knew this motus to he a few months back when is came on some sales pages.
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    Welcome aboard! Glad to have you here
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    Still need plenty things to be done, but easy it is not "utility" car. When i get some spare monney first thing will be KW coilovers because present setup with -2.5 cm springs and std. shocks is so fu... stiff, every hole or bump is like an hit to concreet wall Poslano sa mog SM-G930F koristeći Tapatalk
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    One nice shot after night carwash session and Quaife ATB installation...
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    Gave my little V6 a clean whilst we had a dry day before she goes into winter hibernation, so thought I'd share some pics with you folks... All tucked up ready for winter now