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That's a pretty good story!

Although my Milano doesn't seem quite so indestructible.

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My milano is in LA, but i could borrow a stock miata if there was an event going on around up here. Otherwise, ill probably wait till spring and see if there arent any arosc events back home. Ive been to a few, but the last two times i went i had problems and did get very much out of it. I would like to do TT again though.

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O wow, I didn't know your car was set up for TT.

I think a few of the Milano guys are going to Buttonwillow in April. Why not shoot for then?
What kind of problems were you having?

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My car has big torsion bars, a big front sway bar, sport springs, konis set on soft, stainless lines, poly bushes, and a 2.5 v6. I had a 3.0l but blew it up (oh well), oh and fresh paint. Ill try to get some pictures on here later. However, i did the fontana tt a while ago in a stock 91 164; it was very fun.

The last time i went, i had just put in the 3.0l, but the timing was off so the car was no fun at all to drive and overheated. I think it should be fine now for the track.

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nice milano.

good to see a fellow new yorker with such a fine alfa.

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Daily driver and race car - both original rust free CA cars. Red verde with stock 3.0, race car with 164S 3.0 engine.
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Nice pics Monty!

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Any noticable improvement with the brace in the engine bay?

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Any noticable improvement with the brace in the engine bay?
Not at all. It looks beyond awesome though.
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Nice pics Monty!
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Here's my Gold. I love this car. It came from a BB'er, as did just about everything else. Thanks for all the help! There are some beautiful cars in this thread.
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