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  1. Replace Guibo with CV joint, Anyone done?

    Gearbox, Transaxle, Differential & Propshaft
    Working on my Alfa Dio Tipo "Special" street/track day build. Now mocking up the drive-train and chassis. Not thrilled with the bulky and too prone to failure Guibo. It will be right next to my knee, so despite incorporating driveshaft safety hoops I'm looking for a better design. Tried to...
  2. First Performance Upgrades 87' Spider

    Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    I own a 1987 Alfa Spider and I was wondering what some of the first performance upgrades owners usually consider. Any thoughts and info concerning the parts w/ links would be awesome.. Cheers!
  3. seat belts 1974 spider

    Car Restoration
    Hi Thought I'd show a possible solution to the seat belt problem in this car. Came with laps only. I started off by fitting an inertia 3 point system from IAP, but the inertia box sat at a bad angle, feeding belt acutely up to the seat top where I fed it across with a carabiner. Recoil didn't...
  4. Allegra- Your time has come.

    Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    In case you missed it, Allegra is my '84 Veloce's name (meaning spirited and lively in Italian, or mediocre allergy relief in english). I'm "officially" starting my project here, although I have already done a few things as I will list/show. My ultimate goal is to make her a slick looking...
  5. Upgrade Options Archive

    Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    Hello all, I've been following a LOT and contributing a little to the forum over the last year and a half, and I noticed a while back that you have to do a bit of searching to find what is available for the Spider in each category. I've finally accumulated enough info to at least start a...
  6. Alfa GTV Springs & Sway Bars

    AONE - Alfa Romeo Owners of New England
    Has anyone purchased and installed the International Auto Parts spring/swasy bar kit that, to quote them, "levels your car and maintain proper tire clearance by lowering it less than 1". Our springs are 15% stiffer, so they're perfect for both autocrossing and daily driving." I assume Koni...
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