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  1. Alfa 159, Brera & 946 Spider
    I’ve read all the relevant threads and even called Autolusso today (they don’t do them anymore). Still not sure how to go ahead with this. I’m having new discs and pads (among other things) next week and thought it would be a good idea to also upgrade to braided brake lines at the same time...
  2. Alfa 145 & 146
    Would anyone like a set of Goodridge brakelines, brand new bought with intention of putting them on my track car many moons ago, never got around to it, they've sat in several garages ever since. Would just like the postage which I guess would be about a fiver.
  3. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Quick questions folks on my 156 sportwagon (2002). I have a pin hole in the copper brake pipe just before it joins onto the flexi (rear nearside). Do the copper pipe(s) run direct straight to the front or is there a join at the rear. Not looked yet (not with the car) and the only chance I'll...
  4. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hi I was planning on replacing my corroded rear brake lines. I could easily cut out the bad bit and leave the old covered type which condition is unknown in the rest. I would rather replace the whole line right back to the abs pump. Just looking for advice on how difficult it is to remove. Do...
  5. Alfa GTV & 916 Spider
    Hi guys - first post here! Looking for some recommendations.. I tried fitting some MTEC discs and pads to my V6 yesterday - Was all going smoothly until I couldn't get one of the pistons to go back in far enough to allow the new pads in. I think this is the reason this caliper is binding...
  6. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hullo again! My GT has imperfect shut lines on the driver side door. The same door has a noisy check strap which I'm going to replace. While I'm inside there, are there any hints or guides on how to get the shut lines... just so?
  7. Alfa GTV & 916 Spider
    Does anyone know where I can get lengths of steel fuel pipe that runs the length of the chassis? I'd need 2 3m lengths of 8mm pipe. Any assistance appreciated.
  8. Alfa GTV & 916 Spider
    Like many people on here I am planning a road trip to Italy at some point (I had to promise to take the good Mrs Nelly on such a trip before I was allowed to buy the Spider), hopefully this summer. Inspired by a comment on another thread, I thought I would start one on this subject... The plan...
  9. General Alfa Discussion
    This is an interesting read as to whats happening behind the scenes with the arrival of the Guilia and Stelvio https://www.am-online.com/dealer-management/manufacturer-insight/alfa-romeo-believes-new-lines-will-boost-dealer-satisfaction ...enjoy...
  10. Alfa GTV & 916 Spider
    Hi, I want to change the fuel hoses in the engine compartiment. I changed the 3 smal ones on the rails but how do i change the 2 big ones comming in from the bulk head pax side? They change from metal to rubber with a connection that i can't open + it is very difficult to reach.How do you guys...
  11. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hi all Ive noticed after trying to new new caliper hoses that the lines need to be replaced as the d/s one snapped . just want to make sure if anyone has done this does the pics show the correct placement for the lines going into the abs unit . and besides replacing the lines is there anything...
  12. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Take 2 of my brake overhaul is going on today, just wanted to check out one thing. My new braided lines are plain braided hose, non of the rubber spacers like the originals - Front Brake Hose - Autolusso New Alfa Romeo Parts Do these need transferring from the original hoses over to the new...
  13. Alfa GTV & 916 Spider
    Hi Guys! I know this is a well answered topic but all the threads were old, so I'm starting a new one. I'm in search for braided brake lines for my car, and of course I have a twist... Mainly talking about the front lines now. As we know the front line normally is a shorter piece, with female...
  14. The Classic Alfa Romeos
    Hi All, I'm about to remove the brake and clutch reseviours on my RHD 1750GTV to paint the areas around them which have been ravaged over the years by spilt fluid. Currently the reseviours appear to be joined to the hard lines by manky old bits of hose and I'm wondering if anyone can let me...
  15. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hi, I have brought brake discs, pads, lines and fluid. Does anyone know of a rough price a garage would charge to fit them? They are all after market with black diamond pads, brembo discs, Goodrich braided hoses and black diamond fluid. It's agt 1.9jdm if that helps.
  16. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    I wonder if anyone can help i bought a new speedo with a higher mileage then my car i used multiecuscan to try and change the mileage back to my old speedo i got to about 399999 and then it changed to flat lines and my mot is due on the 29th any suggestions or fixes for this iv been through the...
  17. Alfa 164 & 166
    well after one year of ownership and dry storage got time to start some work on the 1989 3.0l.new timming belt fitted,with some nasty words adressed to hydraulic tensioneer,driver door opened from inside and outer handle broken ha ha cheap plastic,oil replaced.Now the problem both rear brake...
  18. General Motoring Discussion
    Hello all, I am in the process of filling my basket for a front brake replacement on my Giulietta (Brembo corrosion resistant disks and Brembo pads). I will also replace the brake fluid and flexible brake lines. The disks seem past their wear limit and also seem to have become horribly...
  19. Alfa 159, Brera & 946 Spider
    I'm just about to get some from Alfisti. I know I have 330mm brake setup but I'm not sure if I need Varient 2 (710mm length with the line screwed directly into the caliper) or Varient 3 (500mm length with the line connected to the caliper by a "short piece of solid metal". Is it as simple as...
  20. Alfa MiTo
    Can't find much of use out there on this. Has anyone changed their OEM brake lines/hoses to braided? Any recommendations? A lot of sites selling these don't list the Mito in their filters (looking to confirm manufacturer part numbers for the mito really so I don't blindly buy the wrong...
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