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post #1606 of 1681 (permalink) Old 02-25-2019, 11:21 PM
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my new berlina since oktobre last year.



changed the footpump to a pushbutton, to work with an electric pump for the window washer


Did some work on the engine (alu carb mounts etc)
And some work on the fron suspension (koni, AH kit A, adjustable camberarms, goodridge brakehoses)


At the moment I am working on the rear suspension.
Still have to tune up the engine en place tinted 2000 berlina windows.

Loving it!
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post #1607 of 1681 (permalink) Old 02-26-2019, 02:14 PM
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A really nice example, beautiful.
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Congrats... sweet car!

I'm doing my front suspension at the moment and then need to do the rear.

I love the S2 steering wheel over the S1 Black 'plastic' one, so I swapped mine to an S2 (original stored away).

It is one of the prettiest interiors of any 105 series, if I do say so myself!

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post #1609 of 1681 (permalink) Old 02-26-2019, 05:33 PM
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Must be suspension month, I finished my rear and have the front torn apart
Took out orig shocks on all four corners, how does that even happen to not change shocks in 46 years?
crazy!
Should drive a whole lot better when done
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Here's my Next Big Thing; '69 US 1750, converted to single booster and Webers. It's cold here in Chicago.
Looks great - and good color scheme. Interesting to see that the center console looks like it is a S2 while the car is S1.
Mine is a S2 and has same center console but with hanging pedals.
And unfortunately with 2000 headlights and grille - but am planning on retrofitting the 1750 front when I find the headlamp frames somewhere.

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post #1611 of 1681 (permalink) Old 03-03-2019, 06:32 PM
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Did my front suspension today. Not too aggressive, but def more firm than before. Once I get it on the road, I’ll get s feel for how it handles n go from there. Know I want to replace sway bar in front with a later spider version but rear is up in the air.
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why is the rear not lowered?
When you get it levelled (or the rear lower then front) drivability is soooo much better.
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Still trying to find time to finish my berlina.
This will be what I am aming for (same springs and dampers) in ride hight.

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Had to reread my post to get why you would say that. Up in the air means undecided. Not literally up in the air, but the decision to keep the rear sway bar is. Lol. Car is lowered front n back n is perfect stance wise. Cheers.

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Nice Berlina!
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yes that is how mine is now
pics make front look a little lower, but adj front is easy
I left in the spring perches and added spacers on driver side to add .25" for driver wt
easy enough to put in spacers to drop pan down or go with AH 2.25" spring kit which is super simple to pull spring, adj and reinstall
it eliminates heavy alfa spring n lower pan, adds angle to reduce spring factor rate and adds a drop link connection for blade sway bar
have that setup on my GTV

good luck with your project
seems like a lot but worth it in the end

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Sunday drive..
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Beautiful Car !

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A little late.. I took the picture when my Super turned 50 years at February 28th
Hmm, any way to turn it 45 deg..?
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Flip

Hope that works...sorry how I do this kind of ruins the quality fo the pic for some reason. Still working through the quirks of the app.
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