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What cars were subject to the pitstop?
Also are the later cars better from the tramlining?
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What cars were subject to the pitstop?
Also are the later cars better from the tramlining?
Mine was delivered in September 14 and went for the Pitstop. It made a slight improvement to the steering mostly stopped it veering off in a direction of its choosing when braking hard! The main benefits of the Pitstop is a bigger replacement battery and re programme of the ECU which gives smoother gear changes.

I drove the latest models including a spider at a recent Alfa day at Millbrook and the steering is no different from the early cars.

If you want a car that's less likely to put you in a ditch and more enjoyable to drive you'll need to get the Alfa workshop geometry modification.
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