I don't want to be waking up any sleeping dogs but I have come across some controversy in general about the aspect of flywheel (engine in general) balancing and would be in for some guidance as I don't know what to believe anymore... Were 105 nord engines (2000 specifically)...
first of all, thank you for letting me join the forum. I’m already reading it for years and it helped me several times. I appreciate that experts take their time to explain problems in detail, in a friendly manner. I hope that you can help me with the following question...
I am cleaning out my garage and I found a brandy new Paul Spruell racing flywheel that I probably intended for my 2 liter engine. I sold that car over a decade ago and have no use for this part.
I have it here in my garage in Italy but am coming back for a week on Monday so I can really torture...
Just wanted to post this to know if I am mad for even considering replacing the clutch, flywheel and associated crank seal in my drive.
Have once changed a gearbox on a 1.5 litre Fiat and remember the weight of that box made it a dog to man handle back into position. With a 24v 3.0 Alfa...
I am having difficulty putting my 4 speed transmission up to my engine. I think I might have the wrong flywheel or the wrong starter. What is the correct flywheel size for a 1957 veloce spider (1300) engine vs a (1600) engine. Diameter and tooth count would be great! Thank you.
In the process of tearing down/cleaning/rebuilding a 1750 motor I inadvertently lost the paint mark I put on the flywheel perimeter at TDC to line up with another paint mark I put on the block. So now I have no idea really how to line this up -- except -- I notice there is a single line scribe...
Am about to change the water pump and flywheel on a manual 1994 3.0 24v 164.
Seems a good idea to re-assemble with new bolts but need to order them in advance. Does anyone know the size/spec of these bolts?
Stainless bolts a good idea for the waterpump?
So the clutch in my Berlina is started to slip if I stomp on it in 4th or 5th gear.
While I'm in there I figure I should replace whatever I can, within reason. But I don't have $1k or the time to take the trans apart and lighten it.
My current plan includes:
Replace fluid with Redline 75/90...
After spending several months looking for a company that counterweight me the 2.5 flywheel, I decided to adapt the gta flywheel to the GTV6.
The first thing I did was prolong the holes that hold the trigger wheel to put it in the other side of the disc.
Then I designed a "sandwich"...
I'm looking for a GTV 64-68 Stepnose:
- Wiring Assembly with the fuse box attached
- Front Grill Assembly
- Windshield motor with the complete arm and good bushings
- 2.0 CC Flywheel with 1600 Ring gear (already modified)
I'm also looking for a 69 GTV Clutch and Pedal Box Assembly
If you have...
I'm working in adapt this engine on my car.
Althought everyone knows what we should do for adapt this engine, I preferred to modify the auxiliary components of the car and not change parts as the thermostat, the upper engine support, etc.
Right now, my main problem is the flywheel.
If you have a group of Veloce or Normale parts that you want to sell. No heavy parts needed (rear end, etc), small items preferred. Please direct message me if you have some.
Also, I'm looking for:
Giulietta 750 Series - Transmission Flywheel Cover with the hole in the middle
Upon further inspection of my 83 Spider Veloce from underneath I noticed the flywheel is partially exposed. I saw the missing part when installing my new flywheel sensors (and mount thanks to Stan on this very forum).
Would anyone happen to have a spare or one for sale?
Upon inspection of my recently acquired 83 Spider I noticed the grey wire "flywheel" sensor was missing from the bell housing under the car. And with that so was the aluminum mounting block/bracket.
Does anyone know where to find a replacement mounting block?
Or has anyone cleverly fashioned...
I have a strange problem on my -78 Alfetta GTV, it's a 2.0 litre 4 cyl one...
When I depress the clutch pedal, the engine moves about 5 millimeters forward? After an evening with acrobatics* in the workshop I managed to observe that it's actually the cluch flywheel that moves those 5 mm...