Kinshuk

Fiat 1100 Delite: Overhaul Project

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it is not the question of avoiding Ac . Modern engines are designed keeping in mind to take the load of Ac which is not the case in case of older generation engines of Fiat 1100D. And it is always true the Ac saps considerable engine power, thats why when u r in more need of power to overtake just switch off the Ac and press the pedal u will feel the difference.

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ok...whilst we're on the topic of Engines...can anyone suggest a good diesel replacement  and the cost ?

Is it possible to get a new company assembled unit...HM, Mahindra units might be available!?!

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Yes Wheels-Black, head and tail Lights - Smoked, Car looks awesome! and very nice project kinshuk! I was just wondering where will you get the spares from? Cyrus do we still get the spares for this car?

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Thanks Guys!

Im doing a combination of Black & light silver on the wheels...will post pix by today!

 

@sharash: there's an old stockist of motor parts here, he has decent amount of Fiat spares.

How do you smoke headlights? They do look good on other cars not sure how they'd look on a Fiat..Cyrus??

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@ZalD: Nah these get stolen and look way too stock!

Keeping cars stock is good but then there's a limit to it! Small decent things make a car more personalised, one need not put weird grills and funny stickers (eg, 16v on a maruti800)!

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@kinshuk - regarding smoking of the lights, You have to use a very light sprayer with minute opening, keep the sprayer far away from the disassebled light glass (this is done to make sure that they do not turn complete black!) and spray a very thin coat of matt color on, that should do the job.

You can also coat the bonnet cover Black similar to the one which Cyrus has posted. But the car looks chick as of now!! Great job done dude!Cheers

Hope to see it finished and running on road!

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