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  1. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    Why did Alfa Romeo use their SPICA mechanical fuel injection on Spiders instead of going straight to Bosch electronic fuel injection? I know why they did for their cars with 1 throttle per cylinder, but Spiders never had one throttle body per cylinder, correct? So, why didn’t they use Bosch’s...
  2. Milano/75 (1985-1993)
    Hi Have an 88 Milano Verde and need to change the TPS. I have removed the 2 mounting screws but I am unable to remove the TPS from the throttle body shaft. I have used a fair amount of force but the TPS body just seems to flex. Don’t have my new one yet so don’t know how it is attached but I...
  3. 164 & 168 (1991-1995)
    Hi, has anyone ever needed to replace a throttle body on a 164 due to wear?
  4. Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    Asking $180 shipped in US. PM with any questions.
  5. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    Before you make fun of me not knowing the name of this, please understand I'm new with cars! While replacing the fuel injectors I accidently broke the rod that connects the gas pedal to the throttle body. Here is a link to a picture of what broke Can anyone tell me the...
  6. Carburetors, Fuel Injection & Air Intake
    While I personally do not like F.I. there is no reason for me not to feed the appetite of those who embrace it. If it's "Ride the wave or be inundated by it", I choose the ride. :wink2: I've been looking for items to make on my just acquired Fadal VMC. Need not be huge volume but does need to...
  7. Engine Management
    I have a GTV6 with a '91 12V 164 3.0L engine and have decided to stop trying to get the original motronic system working as the PO damaged the harness and it has other problems as well. Anyway, I have heard about aftermarket fuel injection systems such as Megasquirt, Gotech, Spitronics, &...
  8. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    So I found out why my Spider has been intermittently blowing smoke while I drive. It looks like this "Catch-can" that is connected to the cam cover and intake is allowing oil into the throttle body closest to the front of the vehicle. What is this can? PCV? I replaced all the lines today...
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