Thanks for your input and camber/toe details, battery to the boot it is then.I dont really understand N/S front? If i saw right on some random pics the battery is in the left side of engine compartment from seating position. I would put it left rear, to get some more weight on that wheel. Ofcourse that will take some off the left front and when you sit in, right side of the car will be heavier. I still think it's good to take as much weight from the front to back as possible.
I have even lenghten the steering wheel mounting, so that i sit some 10-15cm more back (155 dtm style hehe)
About the tracking, yes right now i have toe out at rear (2mm on each side ) I didnt change the rear bushes for strongflex yet so didnt bother with tracking. Well i found out that for track that is quite a good setup because i can steer with the rear a litle when i want
Currently my setup is -2° camber at front, -1.9° at rear. Toe out front 1mm each and toe out rear 2mm each side. After i put 19mm rear arb and bushes i will put rear toe to 0.5mm open each side and camber (with camber bolts) to -1.5°, front will stay as is until i change the engine, at that time with subframe dismanteled i will mowe the lower arms another few mm forward and out a little to widen the track and get -2.5° camber at front. That should be good for trackdays
Just make sure you keep this one on the road then! I drove a 156 TS with just a GTA rear bar and it was happy to swing its tail..For now stock, then i will see if i need gta arb at front. I dont like stiff arb at front as it lifts the inner wheel too much.
Some race driver once said "in a fwd car you can not have too much rear roll stiffnes"
I'm at home now, so I don't have my part numbers list to hand, but is that the original 156 2.5 V6 CF3 air mass meter that you're looking for?As you probably know i like cars setup like that Even now i have 2mm toe out at rear (on each side!)
Ofcourse i will put toe to 0 and then fit arb. Then we will see... On sunday i'll go to a trackday again and this time on slicks
You work at Autolusso? I would need a good maf sensor F 00C 2G2 030, do you have any?