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Can anyone tell me where can I install autodelta kit, Air Filter, Chip Remap and Sport Exhaust for 156 2.0 JTS, except in UK. I live in Croatia, 45min from Italy, Trieste, and there couldn't find any service shop.
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Don't know mate, may be worth sending them an email.

They do have a related shop in Switzerland (Basel), that may be the closest...
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Autodelta have official agents in Germany and Switzerland but none in Croatia or Italy.
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Re: Autodelta??

You should be able to send them your ECU and once remaped they can send it back along with airfilter. Sport exhaust could be very expensive to send but may be you can find a company more local that has performance exhausts.

I did this with Squadra tuning for my V6 - took about 10 days all together and very helpful company too - didnt pay VAT so this covered the cost of shipping
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They have a branch here in Slovakia as well. 6 hours drive from Croatia

I never contacted them, but I read about the owner in local tuning magazine. If I remeber correctly he should have worked in Autodelta UK for some time and he built there his 156 GTA 3,7l AM.
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