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Anth73

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Re: 1982 GTV renovation
« Reply #150 on: August 06, 2022, 03:29:51 PM »
Nice looking tip!
Now:
2012 Giulietta QV Manual
1982 GTV6 build in progress

Then:
2002 156 2.5V6 Manual
2012 159 2.4JTDm Sportwagon
1974 105 2000 GTV with a 1750 rear half...that was a shame!

Anth73

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Re: 1982 GTV renovation
« Reply #151 on: August 08, 2022, 04:33:50 PM »
Finalised the tyre setup today. Decided on 225/50R16 tyres on the back, 205/50R16 tyres on the front. Wheels are Borbet Type A 16x7.5 ET30, centre caps still to go on. Don't fret about the air gap over the front tyres, there's still 40kg+ weight to go over that front axle.
 
Overall diameter of the rear wheels is larger than a standard GTV6 but is offset by my lower 4.1 diff ratio. Gearing ends up slightly lower than a SZ and quite a bit lower than a 75 Potenziata, both with similar power to what I'm expecting to achieve...maybe somewhat less  ;D
« Last Edit: August 08, 2022, 07:52:15 PM by Anth73 »
Now:
2012 Giulietta QV Manual
1982 GTV6 build in progress

Then:
2002 156 2.5V6 Manual
2012 159 2.4JTDm Sportwagon
1974 105 2000 GTV with a 1750 rear half...that was a shame!

shiny_car

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Re: 1982 GTV renovation
« Reply #152 on: August 09, 2022, 09:45:01 AM »
Looking great!
Giulietta QV TCT . 1.75 TBi . Magnesio Grey - Black
GT . 3.2 V6 . Q2 . Kyalami Black - Red
75 . 3.0 V6 . Alfa Red - Grey