I'm very interested in this...how do you add bluetooth to the standard 156 head unit?Just for sharing. Today i replaced the alphine (from previous owner) with a 156 headunit, added the bluetooth into it, and also fixed the aerial to make it works. I think the original alfa radio looks the best...
Don't know if the 156 headunit is similar but I used a Connects2 Bluetooth module which connected into the unused cd changer plug at the back of the unit in my 147. It works very well with calls and playing music. There is still some control also via the steering wheel buttons for next track etc.I'm very interested in this...how do you add bluetooth to the standard 156 head unit?
Oil burners can be great fun on the track, most especially because for most people that's not where they belong! On a short circuit though with no long straights they'll more than hold their own. As the old adage says 'horsepower wins sales but torque wins races'.Took the GT JTD on a track day (where Diesel really belongs lmao )
- Bone stock, with new Michelin Pilot Sport 5 tyres. Really nice experience and mostly importantly, the car survived with no issues.