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Perhaps Competition Friction?
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Thank you all. All done now, new brake rotors and pads (Ferodo DS3000). These seem quite hard to source in Australia, does anyone know of a good supplier?
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Hi All,

Still for sale - Price drop to $23,500.

Number is 0422 431 851
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932 Series (156, GTV, Spider, 147, GT, and 166) / Re: wood
« Last post by johnl on Today at 12:39:53 PM »
Yes, a few lessons learnt there I'd think. Possibly the harshest being that one's parents can (on very rare occassion) actually be right about something...

Regards,
John.
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I have included the torque tightening sequence from an Alfa service manual basically you tighten the nut to 20- 24NM then rotate the hub then back off the nut 90 degrees then re tighten to 5-10NM then insert a screwdriver between the hub and the washer with a slight amount of force you should be able to move the washer sideways.
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I'm stocked up some Red Line 75W90NS for when I next get under the car. I was told you can use it for the diff as well?
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932 Series (156, GTV, Spider, 147, GT, and 166) / jack
« Last post by shane1750 on Today at 09:22:55 AM »
Hi
    Anybody have a spare 166/164/gtv/spider jack mine has lost all its balls.

Thanks
Shane 0421 715 087 or pm
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Competition / Re: 2017 AROCA Sprints Rd 8 and Alfa Racing Rd 3 at Winton 19 Nov
« Last post by Neil Choi on November 17, 2017, 09:44:04 PM »
Reasonable field for Alfa Racing, three four cars doing back to back weekend racing, well done on the turn around.


Actually a massive field of Alfa's overall, 30 Alfa's including the racing group.


As mentioned, weather is great, probably a bit too warm.


Who's coming.
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Hi bazz 
There is enough oil in a new compressor to cover a dry installation. The Hychill website states that minus 30 is compatible with all other refrigerants but they also recommend a total evacuation of the system and then adding SRO500 oil before regassing
I am not using Hychill in the system, currently it has R134a. I will try minus30 next time I need to regas.
That beat up oil filter was on and old 2.5 engine I used for R&D. I used it to get proper fit and alignment when I modified the bracket for the longer compressor. The photo was to show how tight it was on a GTV6 or alfa75. A standard filter will fit but you would need to remove the compressor each time you do a filter change because the filter won't spin all the way off.
A smaller filter as used on some 164's was used as it can be spun off easily with no problems.

Cheers   
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116 Series (Alfetta Sedan/GT/GTV & Giulietta Sedan) / Re: Early GTV6
« Last post by kartone on November 17, 2017, 04:22:12 PM »
Spot on GG105. I owned one of the first five imported and another belonged to a girl in my neighborhood: all red, all registered as 2 litres, mine black velour & no roof, hers tan leather with roof!
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