That's a 3.0 liter. It's stock under the hood, with an Ansa rear exhaust. It has Koni shocks all the way around and Shankle springs in the rear. It was supposed to have stiffer torsion bars in the front, which would make it a bit lower and handle better, but whoever manufactured Ricambi's torsion bars royally screwed up and made them too big so the torsion bars are still not on. It is still really fun to drive though.
we did remove the a arms and they did not fit. screwed with the **** thing all afternoon. they are too big!
i bought rob's car back in september 2000 and had to sell it to buy my truck in may 2001. peter kemos in santa cruz has it now. i kept the 17's cuz i love them and ended up selling them to chris with the deal i buy them back if he decides to sell the car...right chris?
That was the deal; I sell it you get them back, but i don't think i'm ever going to sell my car. I want to always have my first Alfa, not to mention it is my first car. When I get out of school and make the big bucks i'm going to start buying cars left and right to add to my one and only lonely Milano.
If you give me the money to buy them i will be more than happy to put them on my car and tell you how they work. It would be really cool to try them out but 1000 bucks is a bit too steep for me. I think I'll just stick with the $300 torsion bars.