Originally posted by phil146:[QB]The cloverleaf went cause my wife fell pregnant.Had to sell it to pay for maternity leave.Ended up driving a punto (at least it was Italian).Lo and behold on arrival of child number 2 the punto aint big enough.Find a family car she says.Boy was she ****ed when i brought another alfa home.That should teach her to sell my car.As for future mods well where do you stop.Would love to put a supersprint on,had one on a 75 and it sounded unbelievable.But thats for the future when money aint so tight.In the mean time probably just cheappies like air filter,possible chip,and if she ****es me off enough springs just to annoy her.You said yours having major mods can you tell or is it a secret.[/QB]
Good one Phil146 [img]smilies/biggrin.gif[/img] , I like that, "come back with a family car she said" , well you can't complain - 5 door family hatch?
The mods are no secret, just feel a bit of an anorak (or blowhard)about it:
Eibach anti-roll bars front+rear
Koni shocks front+rear
Mille Miglia 17inch wheels
Front Tar-ox G88 40 groove brake discs + Rallye pads
Rear Tar-ox 12 groove brake discs + Rallye pads
Supersprint Exhaust back box + centre section
K&N replacement air filter
Autodelta carbon air box
Autodelta lightened and balanced engine
Autodelta lightened flywheel
Alfa racing valves and springs
Autodelta fast camshafts
Autodelta modified cylinder head
Autodelta custom chip to accommodate all of the above.
All work done by Autodelta in London
The Supersprint does sound good. You know Phil, your story has softened me up, you can take the Superchip off me for £25!