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Old 12-02-2004   #1
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Uno 60 - 1108 Fire

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I have Uno 60 - 1108 Fire, carb version 160A3000.;)
Do somebody know, which type breakerless ignition I can Use? [?](marelli, ducellier).
Have somebody same car?[?]
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Old 12-02-2004   #2
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They all have Marelli breakerless distributors, unless it's an old points type;)!BTW the choice is between Marelli & Ducellier:).

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Old 13-02-2004   #3
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Could I use breakerless ignition from Fire 1.0?
I bought Uno from Italian man, he promised me that he will buy one for me in the Italy.;) In the CZ it is very expensive.:(
Have you experience about using different carburettor ( I have old Uno 70SL - dual carburetor, I Think that - Weber DMTE - Austria version [:(!] Now I Have in the Uno - TLF carb.)Could I use this type[?]
Which type of Fiat Uno logo you have in the Italy.
Im sorry, but my english knowledge is not well.[V]
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I think the electronic bits are the same on the 1.0 and 1.1 engines...of course the timing will be different;)!My Panda has the injection, so I have no experience with carb Fire engines...are you sure the Uno 70 had two carburettors?Or it's a dual-body Weber one??Btw you can try to swap them (it:D) and then take a look to the mixture to avoid rough running as I guess!
What do you mean for "Fiat Uno logo"???

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Hi
Uno 70 has dual-body Weber
Uno logo - in Czech we said new version Uno ( from 1989-1995)face lift.
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I think the electronic bits are the same on the 1.0 and 1.1 engines...of course the timing will be different;)!My Panda has the injection, so I have no experience with carb Fire engines...are you sure the Uno 70 had two carburettors?Or it's a dual-body Weber one??Btw you can try to swap them (it:D) and then take a look to the mixture to avoid rough running as I guess!
What do you mean for "Fiat Uno logo"???

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