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    I'm big into weight loss also on my 2013 Sport. Rear seat delete, Rota light weight wheels ( dropped 30#), AntiGravity battery ( dropped 30#), rear wiper delete (dropped 2.9 #), deleted spare tire kit ( about 40#), removed OEM air filter/ engine cover ( about 10#), replaced OEM exhaust header/ cat converter (5#), Cypher Racing seats (50#)and MPX underdrive pulley ( 1.5 # I think). I plan on a carbon fiber hood later. I was thinking about replacing the bumbers with custom made aluminun ones and removing the rear speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportfan View Post
    I'm big into weight loss also on my 2013 Sport.
    When I got to the headers I realised you are talking about petrol driven 500, not Electric one.
    Current rides: 2019 Chevy Bolt LT, 2016 Audi Q5 Premium
    Previous rides: 2014 FIAT 500e, 2016 KIA Forte5 SX 1.6 T-GDI, A/T, 2016 FIAT 500X Trekking Plus AWD, 2015 KIA Forte5 SX 1.6 T-GDI, M/T, and many more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportfan View Post
    I'm big into weight loss also on my 2013 Sport. Rear seat delete, Rota light weight wheels ( dropped 30#), AntiGravity battery ( dropped 30#), rear wiper delete (dropped 2.9 #), deleted spare tire kit ( about 40#), removed OEM air filter/ engine cover ( about 10#), replaced OEM exhaust header/ cat converter (5#), Cypher Racing seats (50#)and MPX underdrive pulley ( 1.5 # I think). I plan on a carbon fiber hood later. I was thinking about replacing the bumbers with custom made aluminun ones and removing the rear speakers.
    You can lose 18lbs in the front and 14 lbs in the back if you pull out the metal crash beams behind the bumper cover. Just make sure you re-install the front bolts because that secures your radiator support to the frame as well.
    2017 124 Spider Classica - modded tastefully
    2013 500e - 189 lb lighter
    1974 X1/9 - modestly restified
    1971 124 Spider(s) - latest resto project

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    What happened to the project?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watt_Up View Post
    What happened to the project?
    Took a detour.
    http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showt...-Final-Chapter
    http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showt...l=1#post839054

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    That's why he said it was controversial because of safety at the beginning of his post. Keep going bro. I think the stock wait is 2980 lbs.

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    It's a gear head thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty Blond View Post
    Have you considered that some of those things, like the bumpers, may be the things that save your butt in an accident ?

    Not trying to be mean at all, but even though I dont know you, Id hate to learn that you got hurt or worse because the structural integrity was removed.

    In my helicopter, I cant add anything that bolts in or is permanent at all, or remove anything, without a certified inspection and lots of paperwork. If I want to add a larger cup holder for my ginormous coffee cup, it has to be done by an A&E mechanic. Most the time ots a pain in the rear, but there are reasons for it.

    Whatever you do, please stay safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luma3d View Post
    I think the stock wait is 2980 lbs.
    Car & Driver test shows 2952Lbs (1689 front. Rear 1263)

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