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    Yellow Dallara X-1/9

    My pop just picked up a Dallara...one of the most beautiful car designs ever in my opinion. Here's some pics!

















    From the description of the original owner:
    "The Dallara conversion was done shortly after purchase. It's been a labor of love. This particular X1/9 started it's life as a 2 tone blue which is common for this model year. It's has an odometer reading of 105839 but has seen numerous maintenance repairs and upgrades to make it dependable enough for everyday driving.

    It's yellow exterior paint is an easy match as it is the same code # as todays Chevrolet automobiles. The black interior is all original to the car with the exception of the dashboard. It has power windows and a cd stereo system with 5 speakers. An oil gauge has been added to monitor engine oil pressure.

    The vehicle is California certified and is street legal. The X1/9 is a mid engine/transaxle design which offers outstanding handling. It's 4 wheel disc brakes give positive stopping in any form of braking. The removable hardtop makes this car an open air fun car to drive. The mildly modified engine enhances the true pleasure of driving this vehicle.

    The 1.5 L engine has a special modified cylinder head that has approximately 100 miles since being recondition. Camshaft installed is 35/75, ported intake and exhaust with shaved head to raise compression, 3 angled valve job to increase air/fuel flow. The engine block is stock and has approximately 65,000 miles on it. Oil pressure is excellent with a psi of 60 freeway and 28 hot at idle.The engine bay has been meticulously detailed for a finishing touch.

    It is equipped with a front sway bar, lowering suspension springs and 4 new KYB struts. Front and rear brakes are new. The 50 series tires have less than 400 miles. Wheels are Spin Werkes 15" racing wheels of 7" front and 8" rears giving a wide stance which hug the pavement."

    Now, I'll let my pop describe what his future plans are for this car... muhahahahaahah.

    And for those that don't know what these cars are capable of....

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    WOW!! Now that's a beauty! Drop a newer Multi-Air 1.4L Turbo in that bad boy!!!!

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    coolios!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redred View Post
    WOW!! Now that's a beauty! Drop a newer Multi-Air 1.4L Turbo in that bad boy!!!!
    I think he's going to be dropping something much more powerful in there from either Honda or Shelby.... or just adding a turbo good for 210hp... from a car that weighs 1700 something pounds, too.
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    Shaggie's dad here. I am basically looking at three options. A turbo package on the FIAT 1.9L SOHC FI motor in it now, good for about 195 HP; a Honda V-TEC making 240 HP; or a tweaked Shelby turbo 2.0L good for about 220 HP. The car reportedly only weighs 1974 lbs. soaking wet, so it won't take much to make it scoot. But then I just got a call about an ABARTH 1.4 Multi taken out of a wrecked car. Hmmmmm.

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    Do it!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shagghie View Post

    ...... Camshaft installed is 35/75, ported intake and exhaust with shaved head to raise compression, 3 angled valve job to increase air/fuel flow. .....
    i don't know what a 35/75 cam shaft is... and i always giggle a little when someone talks about a 3 angle valve job like it's something special. the main valve seat has to terminate somewhere... they do that with aditional angles. is it a standard 30/45/60 how wide is the 45? 1mm, 1.5mm? maybe it's 35/45/55 or my favorite 39/45/55 with a radius from the 55 into the bowl. but then again there is always those high lift engines that favor 50 or 55 degree seats. that always opens up a whole new can of worms with top and back cuts...

    if all you want is 210hp you can probably do that without the turbo on the stock block... you probably want to get rid of that l-jetronic system and put in a mega squirt or something to that effect.

    edit: on second thought 210hp on a single cam is actually doable without the turbo but you might not want to drive it. that's like full on drag race engine territory. it would definitely have a rough idle.
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    Whatever you decide to do with it I really like the look and every time I see one I want one of my own!

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    The 35/75 camshaft was a popular street cam for a SOHC Fiat, especially the one sold by Faza. I sold the one I got from Al Cosentino a few years back for $450!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    The 35/75 camshaft was a popular street cam for a SOHC Fiat, especially the one sold by Faza. I sold the one I got from Al Cosentino a few years back for $450!
    what does it refer to? i mean i know they don't rate them like american cam grinders, probably the phasing of the opening/closing events instead of lift/duration. but without 4 numbers does that mean it's the same lobe size intake and exhaust?

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