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Evan Bottcher

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Trofeo Alfasud kit
« on: June 30, 2008, 09:42:49 PM »
Ages ago I came across this photo of the parts that came in the autodelta kit sold to build the Trofeo Alfasuds.  Just thought someone might find it interesting. 

From http://alfasud.alfisti.net/trofeoe.html

Chassis:    
4    race shock aborbers SPICA (setting + 25 or +50)
1    steering wheel (not for Germany)
4    coil springs
8    brake pads FRENDO (not for Germany)
1    oilcooler with adapters and hoses
5    alloy wheels 8 x 13
5    race tyres (slicks or rain tyres) (not for Germany)
1    Unibal kit for the front suspension
16    bolts and nuts for the wheels
2    front brake pressure hoses (special versions)
2    reinforced Mc Pherson-struts (front suspension)
1    anti-roll bar for the rear suspension
Engine:    
1    race exhaust pipe
2    Weber 44 IDF carburators
2    complete air intakes
4    air intake "trumpets"
1    special oil sump
2    special camshafts
8    special bucket tappets
8    special valve springs with spring plates
8    reinforced rod screws
4    special pistons
2    cylinder head gaskets
4    bronze bearings for the gudgeon pins
1    set of rod bearings
1    additional engine bearing
1    water discharge pipe
1    oil collector box made of plastic
Body:    
1    full roll cage (not for Germany)
1    fire extinguisher (not for Germany)
1    seat belt (not for Germany)
1    bucket seat (not for Germany)
4    wheelarch extensions
1    front spoiler
1    rear spoiler
1    set of bonnet locks
1    set of tow-hooks
1    partition between interior and bonnet
1    rear cable cover
1    headlight cover
2    mirrors (not for Germany)
1    main currenecy switch (not for Germany)
1    set with bearings for the oilcooler
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Re: Trofeo Alfasud kit
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2008, 10:56:49 PM »
Very interesting Evan, I'd like to get my hands on some of those parts, the wide rims and big carby's would be usefull!! Not forgeting the roll bar, could be useful?

While on the subject of Trofeos, do you know what sort of lap times they were doing in the 80's when they ran in competition, or where could I find this information?



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Re: Trofeo Alfasud kit
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2008, 12:43:14 AM »
yeah pretty wide 13x8" rims!!!

Here's the Bathurst 1980 result showing the Gulson Sud qualified with a 3.01 (The Brock/Richards Commondore did 2.21):
http://www.uniquecarsandparts.com.au/bathurst_1980.htm

See this other thread if you haven't already - Paul Newby posted a picture of the green Sud, how nice is that!

http://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/component/option,com_smf/Itemid,68/topic,677.0/

cheers,
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Re: Trofeo Alfasud kit
« Reply #3 on: December 23, 2017, 10:14:32 AM »
Hi Evan
What is the Unibal kit for the front suspension? Is it a better hub to be able to run wider wheels?  Is it the picture attached?
Can you still get these?
Marcus

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Re: Trofeo Alfasud kit
« Reply #4 on: December 23, 2017, 07:55:19 PM »
I donít know Marcus - I always assumed that was rose joints.
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Re: Trofeo Alfasud kit
« Reply #5 on: December 23, 2017, 09:07:16 PM »
Have you seen this site;
https://www.autodelta.info/alfasud-trofeo
Not cheap,  but cool stuff. They have the body kit and the rims for you.
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1990 Alfa 33 cloverleaf 1.7 white
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