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post 14th September 2014 19:41
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thumbup.gif thumbup.gif but as you say she needs lowering gleam.gif


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post 14th September 2014 20:09
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QUOTE(black 146 @ 14th September 2014 22:41) *
thumbup.gif thumbup.gif but as you say she needs lowering gleam.gif

Can you recommend me a static suspension, with which I won't have rub issues? biggrin.gif


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post 15th September 2014 07:05
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It looks great, mate!
I am glad those wheels went to someone who appreciates them. Congrats!
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post 15th September 2014 09:00
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QUOTE(quadrifoglioverde @ 14th September 2014 21:09) *
Can you recommend me a static suspension, with which I won't have rub issues? biggrin.gif




No not on 17s i'm ok untill i'm four up or speed humps that i drive really slow over . as the only way is smaller wheels no3.gif or roll your arches


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post 15th September 2014 09:45
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QUOTE(black 146 @ 15th September 2014 12:00) *
No not on 17s i'm ok untill i'm four up or speed humps that i drive really slow over . as the only way is smaller wheels no3.gif or roll your arches

what about coilovers?


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post 15th September 2014 16:46
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QUOTE(quadrifoglioverde @ 15th September 2014 10:45) *
what about coilovers?




No not for everyday use just to hard
i got stranded race shocks
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Koni-Alfa-Romeo-...=item43bd0d743a

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-rear-Gas-Sport...=item53fdac5a9e


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post 15th September 2014 20:38
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stretch the tires a little.... I was okay with mine, rolled the rear arches, ground out the back of the bumper where the screw is and the fronts rubbed a little on the internal vent but go around a car park a few times on full lock to make the clearance will be fine!

Nice wheels!


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post 16th September 2014 13:29
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If any of you used this chip and can you give me feedback on it?
ebay link here


QUOTE(langers @ 15th September 2014 23:38) *
stretch the tires a little.... I was okay with mine, rolled the rear arches, ground out the back of the bumper where the screw is and the fronts rubbed a little on the internal vent but go around a car park a few times on full lock to make the clearance will be fine!

Nice wheels!


Thanks!
I will roll the rear arches as soon as possible (there was a storm of hail in Sofia and most of the local car painters are really busy).
The wheels are 7.5J so we had to stretch the tires a little bit (they are 205/40) so I think they are ok now.


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post 16th September 2014 14:31
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i run 205/40/17's with fk silverline coilovers and have no rub issues. (fiat stilo blades)
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post 16th September 2014 21:12
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i found these on your eBay were you are !
http://www.ebay.de/itm/Sport-Stosdampfer-V...=item5d31099523


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post 16th September 2014 21:19
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QUOTE(black 146 @ 16th September 2014 22:12) *
i found these on your eBay were you are !
http://www.ebay.de/itm/Sport-Stosdampfer-V...=item5d31099523


http://www.ebay.de/itm/4-TA-TECHNIX-SPORT-...=item19ccce2278


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post 17th September 2014 13:10
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had some ta technix on a fiat seicento. they were dead within 6 months. and realy harsh ride. id never recommend them to anyone,.

its possible i got a bad set but they were genuinly horendous
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post 4th October 2014 14:48
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Some new photos of those OZ Zagato <3


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luv the pics. gleam.gif are you going to refurb the wheels/ kerb ish marks on them
and what's next ?


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post 4th October 2014 16:32
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I will not spray them for now, but after the winter I will renovate them keeping the colour.
For now I'm going to roll the fenders and find solution for the suspension. During the winter I can do some work with the interior and common seals on the gear lever and handbrake in Alcantara. Door handles that are on the bark are in poor condition. I plan to trim them with Alcantara too.
I wonder if I can paint the interior white plastics in black without ruined them.


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post 4th October 2014 17:29
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QUOTE(quadrifoglioverde @ 4th October 2014 17:32) *
I will not spray them for now, but after the winter I will renovate them keeping the colour.
For now I'm going to roll the fenders and find solution for the suspension. During the winter I can do some work with the interior and common seals on the gear lever and handbrake in Alcantara. Door handles that are on the bark are in poor condition. I plan to trim them with Alcantara too.
I wonder if I can paint the interior white plastics in black without ruined them.




i did my door card handles in carbon film. i keep my keys in other hand when closing the door lol
it looks like glass as i built up it in layers of primer i got some pics on my thread if it helps you making your mind up whistle.gif


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post 4th October 2014 17:40
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QUOTE(quadrifoglioverde @ 4th October 2014 15:48) *


Some new photos of those OZ Zagato <3


Very nice thumbup.gif

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post 8th October 2014 06:10
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QUOTE(black 146 @ 4th October 2014 20:29) *
i did my door card handles in carbon film. i keep my keys in other hand when closing the door lol
it looks like glass as i built up it in layers of primer i got some pics on my thread if it helps you making your mind up whistle.gif



I like the way you did your wind-shield wipers. I will do something like that, but for now the interior is priority.


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post 11th October 2014 14:09
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I've spent more time looking at the bikes at the bottom of your post than your car! Both VERY cool!
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Поздравления за красивият автомобил, колега! worshippy.gif

Did you find solution for the suspension?
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