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Old 15-08-2006   #1
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My seicento sporting.

This is my Fiat Seicento Sporting born with Abarth kit



















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Engine:
1.1 8v fire motor
Remus rear mufler

BHP:
54BHP Stock

Wheels:
Summer 7x13 ET14 Smoor Roadster
Winter: 5.5x13 Cinquecento sporting wheels

Tyres:
Summer tyres 175/50-13 Fulda
Winter tyres: 145/70-13 Nokian

Suspension:
FK 70/50 still to much 4x4

ICE:
Blaupunkt

Styling:
Abarth rearspoiler
Abarth side skirts
Merkur Frontspoiler
Merkur frontbumper trim
Rub strips from fiat
Eyebrows from BM glasfiber
Rearligthmasks from Mattig
Front indicators from MHW
Side indicators from Seicento 2002

Interior:
Standart blue sporting kabine
Abarth headrest inserts with logo
Abarth sill plates
Abarth alloy pedals
Abarth alloy restplate
Abarth mats
Some yellow paint
Red seatbelts from a Fiat Cinquecento Sporting
Momo top power leather sterring wheel 350mm

Extra:
Oil and water temp gauges
electric long sunroof
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Re: My seicento sporting.

Looking very nice

Thought it would be a bit lower on a 70mm drop though.

Are your oil and water dials in the heating vents?

Planning any engine mods?

Love those wheels as well

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Re: My seicento sporting.

i still want your wheels!
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Re: My seicento sporting.

Engine mods to come, but first when I dont drive 210km aday

268 cam
CSC manifold
40mm TB
ECU upgrad

And maybe a scoop that goes direct to the TB (ram air)

Yes that's in the vents

And Alex you just buy a new set on ebay
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Re: My seicento sporting.

definately one of the nicest seis out there imo just done up to the right level
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Re: My seicento sporting.

Stunning, Looks great mate
Love how low it looks

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Re: My seicento sporting.

Thanx dudes.

The only thing I'm still missing about the styling are:

Clean boot
tinted windows
remove the door locks
widen the arcs for a ferter 30mm drop 100/80mm
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Re: My seicento sporting.

Quote Originally Posted by Danish_fiat_freak
Engine mods to come, but first when I dont drive 210km aday

268 cam
CSC manifold
40mm TB
ECU upgrad

And maybe a scoop that goes direct to the TB (ram air)

Yes that's in the vents

And Alex you just buy a new set on ebay
I've tried before didnt work think i need to keep an eye out for some 7x13's with right offset etc

Cant remember do you have any scrubbing being that low and with the smoors?
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Re: My seicento sporting.

Quote Originally Posted by GhostWKD
I've tried before didnt work think i need to keep an eye out for some 7x13's with right offset etc

Cant remember do you have any scrubbing being that low and with the smoors?
I have a litle scrubbing on the rear arcs, but only a litle, but with ET 20 will do the trick, or roll the arcs.

AND DONT USE CONTINENTEL CONTISPORTCONTACT 175/50-13 OR 195/45-13 THEY ARE TO WIDE.

In front is the ET14, ET15 is not and options.
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Re: My seicento sporting.

well alex is screwed on the tyres
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Re: My seicento sporting.

Love this Sei!!! That roof is the badgers nadgers!!

Hans did you make the pod for the dials in the heater vent yourself, fancied doing the same thing before but i not sure how to go about it.
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Re: My seicento sporting.

Quote Originally Posted by blu73
Love this Sei!!! That roof is the badgers nadgers!!

Hans did you make the pod for the dials in the heater vent yourself, fancied doing the same thing before but i not sure how to go about it.
Thanx Blu73

No, it was from a scrap car, but it's made in fiberglass. He used the original frame, and made some rings in wood that's fits around the gauges.
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Re: My seicento sporting.

Coolio, just like a mini fibreglass boot install.. might give that a whack at some point. Cheers
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Re: My seicento sporting.

You can buy those wheel from a UK shop, but they are 480 + VAT!!!! Thats excluding the tyres. Shame as they are really nice.

Stupid question maybe, but do you not miss those heaters?? Are they still blowing up towards the back of the dials, or have you re-routed the airflow?

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Re: My seicento sporting.

Quote Originally Posted by kritip
You can buy those wheel from a UK shop, but they are 480 + VAT!!!! Thats excluding the tyres. Shame as they are really nice.

Stupid question maybe, but do you not miss those heaters?? Are they still blowing up towards the back of the dials, or have you re-routed the airflow?

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It's still blowing behind them, and i dont miss them, I just open the roof

I have never used them, I always use the ones for the windscreen.
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