I have mild performance upgrades to my suspension. Koni reds set to firm up front with a 27mm swaybar, stock ride height. GTV6 coils in back with Bilstein HD and 22mm swaybar. My alignment specs are: -3 camber, +5 caster, 1/16 toe in. With 205/50-15 Nitto NeoGen's I've gone 25000 miles with absolutely no abnormal tire wear. The turn in is quicker, straight line at speed is very stable.
If you're stock don't plan on doing much from factor specs (in owners manual and available all over the BB and google) besides possibly adding a bit of caster.
I've attached Centerline recommendation. Solid starting point. Of course, the obvious things apply. i.e. if your tie rods are worn, or any other bushings for that matter, there is no sense in doing any kind of "precision" alignment. Test the ball joints and check all bushings for damage or severe deflection. Caster bushings are usually trashed and cause all kinds of problems. Any good shop will know what to do with the specs.
No problem Rob. Interesting differences between the Centerline specs and the one from the Milano Workshop manual. They specify toe-in and 4.5° positive caster and the Alfa specs say toe-out (1/2°) and only 1/2° positive caster (which was a bit surprising).
If this hasn't been posted before....
Very interesting. It got through design and prototyping, even press photos, before being canceled. They cleaned up the trim, the bumper, and that kink at the rear wheel arch.
I've been chasing problems on a 3.0 Milano for a few years. I'm closer than ever, which makes it all the more frustrating that each time I seem to fix a problem, the car runs worse.
Some background: 2020 is the year
For the better part of a year, the car has ran pretty good cold...
Hi all, I've seen a couple of posts (mainly older) across a number of sites that suggest the 156 (early) seats fit without too much hassle in the 75/Milano. However, none of the posts actually confirm it! Nor do any have photos. So I'm wondering if this is just perpetuating a rumour based on...