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Post by martyboi on Wed Sep 19, 2012 1:12 am

Good move don, better than a can of tyre foam any day Cool
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Post by davenport on Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:14 pm

so good to see this is still evolving and improving...

top work fella, top work indeed...

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Post by Scuderia on Sun Sep 30, 2012 11:42 am

Thanks Guys,i did try multi quote but iot not working?one for our Marty:),

Update,

Well this will be my last update till next Spring, as the weather up here in Scotland is on the change........and iam not lying about a cold damp garage over the Winter Months, apart from that iam way to busy,i will keep buying parts that's on my wish list when i can?, but there will be no work done on the car till next Spring,

Last Update of 2012

Right where do i start?,at the beginning would be good eh,

So i bought myself a set of Ring fog lights,yeah yeah i now light overdose!, they where reduced at my local Halfords so i thought I'll have them,and i thought they would work well with my Ring Rally Giants spot lights that are already fitted,



So as much as i had my other Rally Giant spot lights fitted i thought it was good idea to bring all the relays & fuses even switches all together in the one place, so i bought some bits and pieces to get the job done,

So after fitting the new fog lights and running the 25amp wires throw the bulkhead to the dashboard, i made a start to an alloy panel to mount it all on,

2mm Alloy





Durite Fuse Holders For The Light Switches & Lights



15Metres 25amp Euro Twin Core Wire



LED Light Up Fuses.......When Blown!,



Since buying those above fuses i have since bought more,so every fuse in the car is now LED Light Up,

4 x 25amp LED On/Off Toggle Switches



P/Clips For Securing Twin Core Wire



Switch Panel Fabrication











12v Socket

Twin 12v USB Socket

USB Map Light







You will see that each pair of lights now have there own 30amp relay and are protected by a 25amp LED fuse,and each switch is also LED fuse protected,

Panel Fitted & Wired





Light Switch Test

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phaHl_iAw8w



LED Toggle Light Switches



Ring Fog Lamps Fitted





BRIGHT LIGHT!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0ZztGr0j4I

I have since done away with my rear wiper and motor along with the wiper washer bottle as both motors were goosed,

So i bought a new universal 1.2l wiper bottle and pump kit and have since wired it all up and fitted some new hose pipe,the switch is now on the lighting panel as the 4th switch,







The old system is now removed and new kit fitted to inside the rear of the car away from the elements, so it might now last a little longer?,







New Look FiatScotland Stickers..........not yet fitted,that's not like me......lol,



But i did fit the another set i bought at Hopetoun House, until i have time to fit the others.......or find some space,




I also bought some 3mm alloy tread plate on the cheap....don't ask, to replace the alloy Mini Cooper sump guard i fitted a while ago,i had to change it as it was sitting far to low!,i have since gave it away to young lad building a Mini auto test car,

What i have been able to do is use all the brackets i made up when fitting the old sump guard to work with the new guard,which is now sitting much much higher that the old guard,

New adjustable long alloy hydraulic handbrake lever....much easier now to pull on,



Working Hard As Always.......Out with the old........in with the new,























Well....i think that just about covers it until the next time,it has since been locked up covered over and the door pulled down and bolted till next Spring,that said, i will be down to turn it over every so often but that's it from me,

Over & Out,

All the best Scuderia


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Re: Scuderia's Project

Post by Scuderia on Mon Oct 22, 2012 1:55 am

Hi All,

Well the time has come for me to move on,yes you guessed it,the Fiat is going up for sale, i should get it listed in the coming weeks?,where?, iam not sure yet,

They do say all good things come to an end though eh,to be honest i could keep going and keep working on it.......even improve on it in places, but ive lost the heart,apart from that ive spent £8k+ on it over the 4 years with documented proof and receipts, so enough is enough,

Iam no way expecting that type of cash in return but seeing as its a very good example and still road legal MOT'ed and taxed with 82k on the clock,it can be used for some weekend track days even used at most car events even concourse events, which it dosent look out of place at,this should give the car half a fighting chance to be sold to the right person,there is even a spare 1108cc engine and spare new unused R888 tyres and new and used spares which can only help,

Iam in no rush for a sale as its dry garaged so time is on my side so to speak,

Just thought i would let you all know,please don't flood this thread with offers of interest,if you are interested please PM me,

Cheers Don

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Post by Scuderia on Wed Jan 30, 2013 12:19 am

Hi All,

Sorry ive not been about ive been way to busy,

Right a little update,

I have since Xmas decided not to sell the car....well for now anyroads,reason?.many reasons;), but the main reason being i couldn't bare to let it go for nothing after all the time and cash ive put into it over the last 4+ years,plenty interest and offers but none i was willing to except, so it can stay for now,so iam i going to keep spending and improving on it?..............hell yeah,Love It!,

I have already bought some new parts for it in the last few weeks,sorry no pic's uploaded yet,but i will get some sorted out as the weeks go on,

1). New Clear Coolant Bottle

2).New Coolant Bottle Cap

3).Work in progress,i bought a nice new shiny part for it from LA in the US,i could of bought this part in the UK but the company that sold me this part even machined it to custom fit my Fiat which was a plus point..........more on this in the weeks to come....sorry, you should know me by now:),iam cruel:) lmfao

Nice to be back!,

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Post by Scuderia on Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:44 am

Update....... i bought some more parts for the custom part i bought in LA the other week from rally spares Company in Letterkenny in Co Donegal ,should be here later this week?,so thats it now more or less ready for fitting,although i will have to machine them to suit my custom part...Argh,seems the part i bought with it coming from US is an odd ball size......that said it could be the Cento not the custom part....no big deal,iam hoping i can get some time later this Month?providing if the weather picks up?,past lying about a cold garage floor...,

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Re: Scuderia's Project

Post by Scuderia on Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:00 pm

Hi,

Thought i had better share what i ordered from LA in the US a Month ago for the Cento,

Sorry for the long wait, i had to have a few bits milled first before i posted up some pics,

Its a set of custom camber plates,i have had to have the alloy plates milled down to size to fit the suspension turrets in the Cento,that now just leaves me to mark the plates up and drill the holes for the 3 locating studs that attaches them to the top of the turrets,

The top hat spacers that came with the spherical bearings were to large for my coilover spindle, so i had to purchase a set of alloy top hat spacers from Rally Spares and have them milled down to suit the bearing size,

This now leaves me to drill the alloy top hat spacers out to suit my swindle size, as the hole in them at the minute is just a pilot hole so you can drill them out to suit any application,

Its still a little cold up here in Scotland but  i should all going well make a start to this next Month?,then i can get car back to Pro Grip and get it set up.....Again,


Top mount bearing camber plates







Syherical bearing top hat spacers







Here is a pic of the new coolant bottle and cap,








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Post by Scuderia on Thu Mar 28, 2013 2:55 am

Hi All,

This weather in the North East Coast is messing with me heed this year...Argh,so ive still not made a start to the Fiat yet, and its nearly April....WTF,what i normaly do is catch up on things about the house.......which ive done,but its still to cold for me to be working down in the garage......Pussy, BUT.......fingers crossed the weather will start to pick up anytime soon?........not betting money on it though!,

Its due MOT in May, but i don't think iam going to MOT it this year?,just keep working on it this Summer and keep it SORN,well see,

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Post by Scuderia on Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:23 am

Hi All,

Just thought i had better give you all a little update on whats been going on up here in Scotland with this little Fiat........not a whole lot,bloody rain and wind now,

I made a start to draining the and flushing the coolant system the other week but ive not got as far as fitting the new clean header tank yet and filling it back up with fresh coolant,more on that in a few weeks,

If iam honest iam not been that keen to go down to the garage at the minute but i have made a start to the adjustable camber plates i bought at the start of the year,

So what Ive done is remove the coilovers,stripped them down,and give them a good clean then fitted the new adjustable camber plates,

Video link below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLWxAIE1oys







That's about it for now,more in the coming days & weeks,

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Post by Scuderia on Sun Apr 21, 2013 1:33 am

Hi All,

Just a little update whilst i have 5 mins to spare,

I managed to get the coilovers with the new adjustable top mount strut bearings fitted which iam happy with,

Like i said the other day,until i get the car back to Pro Grip and get it set up on the hunter imaging system will i know whats what.........when that will be iam not sure?, as iam not sure iam puitting the old girl back on the road this year, so theres no rush?,

Like i said the other day i got the new coolant tank and cap fitted and bolted back in place,its now just a case of filling it back up with fresh summer winter coolant,looks much better eh,Thanks Blu,

Here is a pic of both in one shot to keep you going.....don't say i don't give you anything,




What i will do for you once i get the car topped back up with fresh coolant and checked for leaks and the sump guard bolted back on will i give you a few shots of the cars new stance,

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Post by Scuderia on Thu Apr 25, 2013 11:47 pm

Hi All,

Right i managed to get the coolant system filled back up and checked for leaks and sump guard back on.....all good,






Like i said the other day the new adjustable top mount bearings and coilovers are fitted and set as near as possible to each other,like i said until i get it back to Pro Grip and it set up right and tested will i know whats what,

As a rough measure the camber plate and coilovers are set at about 1.5 degees of camber......nothing to silly,





New adjustable Camber plates,




Iam working on another update and improvment for the car,but thats it for now,

Thats All Folks,Over & Out

Cheers Scuderia


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Post by Scuderia on Wed Jul 10, 2013 1:15 pm

Update,

Nothing special,i could have bought one and it would have been much better looking than my attempt, but that would have been to easy,apart from that i had some alloy tread plate left over from a job i did last year,waist not want not as they say eh,

So i quickly made up a small battery tray to house my small battery,






Iam working on other stuff as we speak but more on that in a few days,

Cheers Scuderia


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Post by Scuderia on Fri Jul 12, 2013 2:34 pm

Hi all,

God no updates in 3 months then 2 in a week,

Again nothing special, but something ive been meaning to do for while,

Anyone that track days there car will know it gets hot when your out on the track doing 10 laps at a time.....very hot!,so ive been looking to get rid of the heating system......i could have just done away with the heater matrix,but i decided to get rid of the complete system and replace it with a new in-line fan that i got from Rally Spares,i don't use the car in the winter as its garaged so not much need for heat,but i still need a ventilation system as i keep a fine balance of keeping this car MOT'ed for events and shows not just track days,

Heating System Out




New 3" in-line Fan










Some 3" Air Ducting






Ive not finished it yet, i still need to get a alloy air expansion box welded up so it can join up to the venting system in behind the bulkhead,so at the minute i only have air blasting out the middle vets on the dash......so that will do for now until i can fab up a box then get someone to weld it up,all the measurements have been taken i just need to get myself some 1.5mm alloy sheet,more on that in the weeks to come,

So once the heating system is removed your left with a big hole,so i made a plate from some 3mm tread plate i had kicking about,




So with some cutting and bending and with the use of foam and sealant i got it to this stage,








I had to make up a bracket so the fan itself was position off the bulk head shelf, so when water drips in its not sitting in water, although it is marine safe so its a little water proof,






When wiring it up a just used the old heating wiring loom so no big headache there,its still fuse protected and in the same place,but i did have to fit a new 25amp LED toggle switch and also mod the dash a little,

25amp Blue LED Toggle Switch






Dashboard








Its a little noisy but works well, but when your out on the track wearing a helmet you'll not even hear it,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tr7pPUBlwZQ


Next job,should have another little update in a few days,

Cheers Scuderia


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Post by Scuderia on Sat Jul 13, 2013 12:19 pm

Hi All,

Well i managed to get the strut brace back in this morning and the heater matrix pipes shorted and joined back up and some water put back the coolant tank,not that i lost much to be honest,only what was in the matrix and pipe work before hand,








I also fitted a new helmet net in the rear as my other was home made job, its a double net type with an opening in at one side so you can slip the helmets inside so they don't roll about when in transit,






That's about it for now, more in a few days time,

Cheers Scuderia


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Post by Scuderia on Sun Jul 14, 2013 8:27 am

Hi All,

Well i had some spare time on me hands this morning,so i was able to sand prime degrease and paint this odd spare wheel satin black,turned out well i thought,

Just another 4 to go,but the outer face on them will be painted white then fitted with gravel tyres,












That's all folks,more in a few days?,all going well,

Cheers Scuderia


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Post by Scuderia on Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:11 am

Hi all,

Well i ordered myself some roll cage tubing,not allot, just enough to replace my old rear brace that i had fitted which was only 1" box section and since fitting the spare wheel back in the car using an alloy wheel post from rally spares last summer i thought the box section was a little inadequate, so replaced it using some roll cage tubing,

So after a little light fab work and stick welding....not my strong point, followed by a little sanding priming and painting here we have it,

Its now probely brace and weight overload as i have already another brace bolted alongside the chassis leg just forward of the rear hatch but not to worry,










Should have another small update later in the week?,all going well,

Cheers Scuderia


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Post by Scuderia on Tue Jul 16, 2013 12:48 pm

Hi All,

Well the 13" steels wheels i got have now been sanded degreased and primed,






Iam more or less now just waiting on the 4th wheel from another member then i can finish them off with some satin black and white gloss,

I didn't put to much work into them if iam honest just enough to have them looking good again,should look good with a set gravel tyres fitted when on the car,

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Post by Scuderia on Thu Jul 18, 2013 9:57 am

Hi Folks,

Right ive had to shelf the wheels until the other arrives, so ive moved onto something else,so this will be one of the last update for a while,

When i fitted the spare wheel into the car last summer by fitting an alloy spare wheel post from rally spares, i obscured one of the lifeline fire extinguisher jets, so i had to relocate it,no big job,so while i was there i decided to add another jet so ordered a few parts,

10mm FIA Zero 2000 lifeline jet




10mm Equal T-Piece




2m x 10mm Semi Rigid Pipe




I had to fab up a couple of alloy brackets to mount the jets but that was no big deal,as i had a few off cuts of 3mm plate kicking about the garage,

Jet Brackets








So i know have 2 jets covering the fuel system as apposed to one,












I also had a spare 3" flexible air duct and ram left over from fitting the new ventilation system but not keen on making big holes in my new bumper, i opted just to make up a few stainless steel brackets and mount the air ram and ducting just below the height of the front bumper just enough to pick up the air flow.......not perfect, but it will do as iam not chopping me bumper up,if it turns out not to be any good i can always remove it,no big deal,

The air duct itself does not go all the way to cone filter on the induction kit, it falls short by about 6" but close enough to feed it some cool air,




That's it folks for while as ive ran out of cash and steam,should have a few more updates this summer though, just not sure when?,although i do hope to have the steel wheels finished over the next few weeks,

All the best Scuderia


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Post by Scuderia on Sun Jul 28, 2013 1:20 am

Awite,

Well i got the front face on the steel wheels finished yesterday.....at long last,3 coats of Ford Diamond White and a coat of lacquar,












Just need to order a set of medium compound offroad gravel tyres,iam not sure on size yet?,propely a 175,65,13",no rush though as the car will not be on the road this year,probely get a set over the Winter Months?,unless i see a set at a bargan price,

I have myself a spare set of good stainless steel wheel valves in the garage,is it ok to use steel valves on steels rims?,its ok isn't it?,no big deal if its not, i can just fit rubber valves if needs must,

Whats next?,nothing for while iam afraid, but i should have another update before the winter sets in before late Oct......tick toc,

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Post by Scuderia on Sun Sep 01, 2013 1:52 pm

Hi Peeps,

Right its getting near that time of year again when i shut up shop?,unless its a very mild Winter......doubt it,

So i ordered a few new parts for the car, some have arrived,one hasn't,but with what has, Ive made a little more progress,

Iam not a lover of body kits, but i do like a wide arch kit,but seeing as iam rubbish at glass fibre i just decided to order this arch trim kit from Tuning GT on eBay,Thanks to Blu for the link,







To be honest its a good kit for the money,now i don't like sill trims, so opted not to fit a set with this arch kit,.but by doing this the trim finishes off very brutally at the sill, so i made up some alloy plates using some 1.5mm tread plate i had kicking about the garage,

Iam also not keen on a smooth filled finish, so i bought some 10mm rubber u-channel to finish them off, so there is clear line to split them from the car panels to arch kit,







I also opted to paint them myself using some paint i had made up,481a (Acrylic),not the best i know,but for a diy finish iam happy enough with it,

481a (Acrylic)



Primer



Tiger Seal



So after a little trimming cutting sanding de-greasing and painting, here we have it







I then broke out the Tiger Seal and clamps,









Like i said i decided to finish them off using some tread plate and also got the front flaps fitted back on, as i has to remove them as they fowled the new ache trims where i once had them fitted,no big deal though, they just needed moved back a little,













Should have another update soon once this other part arrives?,

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Post by davenport on Fri Sep 13, 2013 12:34 pm

hello stranger....

apologies for a massive absence...

hope all is well??

the FIAT is looking mighty fine

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Post by Scuderia on Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:00 am

davenport wrote:hello stranger....

apologies for a massive absence...

hope all is well??

the FIAT is looking mighty fine
Alwite pal,

Yeah things are good,very quite on here:roll: ........Its a real shame as it could be a good forum,

Iam just about to close up shop for the winter,starting to get a little cold up here in Scotland:( ,I'll live though,

Last update of the year,

Well i bought myself a new GSR induction kit from Torque7,








Its just a rough fit at the minute, as my oil catch tank that i had fitted at the front beside the passenger headlight was located there to work with the Focus induction kit i had fitted beforehand,but because time was against me i choose to keep it there....Lazy more like,but this makes the catch tank pipes way too long,i will make up a bracket next Spring and relocate it on the bulk head beside the battery,but this will do for now,

Ive still to give the car a light wash before storing it away for the Winter,so i will take some images of it before i do and post some up,see you aboot............




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Post by Scuderia on Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:15 am

Alwite

Well i had some time on my hands yesterday to get the Fiat cleaned up along with the garage after a few months of work, so as promised here you have some new images of the car after it got itsw face washed:),

















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Post by Scuderia on Sun Sep 29, 2013 4:39 am

Alwite folks,

It really is that time of year again,car is now well and truly locked up till next Spring!,

Below is a quick video of the car idling before i removed the battery and covered it over for the winter,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2e88-oSgGg

Nighty Night



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