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  1. Alfa 159, Brera & Spider
    TIG-welded downpipe replaces the standard pipe with cat. Better transitions, increased inner diameter and removal of the cat result in faster turbo spool and improved driveability. Made in stainless steel. Works beautifully in the short time it was on my 2.4. Was on my car for a week or two and...
  2. Alfa 159, Brera & Spider
    Hi Alfisti I am the happy servant to a 2006 159 Sports Wagon 2.4 The car has done way to many km's for this to be a good idea, but I love the thing and I ended up selling my apartment to get funds for this project. Because, as I have said many times along the way: "It is parked now, it makes...
  3. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    How removable are the front wings on the Alfa 147 Mk1? Are they just bolt on (I can see the bolts) or are they welded too? Or just all painted once bolted? I am thinking about swapping my front wings off a salvageable body same colour code as I'm looking at the bonnet and front bumper off that...
  4. General Motoring Discussion
    I am sure this is fairly commonplace now due to the rubbish condition of our roads, but would you guys be happy driving on a wheel which had been cracked and then welded? One of the rears on my BMW has a short crack (approx 1" long) at 90º to the inner edge of the rim which has been welded at...
  5. Alfa GTV & 916 Spider
    Attempted to take the rear exhaust section off earlier, only to find that both bolts had a dab of weld on them, making them impossible to remove! I've not come across that before, and I'm pretty annoyed by that, and having no power in the garage, I'm left with having to either hacksaw the two...
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