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Yeh just ball park ruler measurement. Basically how much lower is the pinion centreline compared to the rear axle centreline. From your pics it...
Good work. Still interested in the offset dimension shown in your picture, post #15.
Those new pics would suggest it's not that much?
I would say yes. My 360 had a 430 cover and it fitted fine.
We have industrial machines at work from the '80's that have braked electric motors. They send a reverse current shot into the motor to stop it...
Yes 2 guests I believe.
Yep mine have different part numbers front and rear. Fronts have the notches. But as you say, not much use really.
Any new car has to comply with the latest emissions limits. Period. Including 458, 430, 360. A track only car that's not road legal doesn't though.
Yep mine do. Just the fronts, as per factory.
Agreed or the post before yours (#8) would work just as well.
Yes, again Ferrari don't make a lot of their parts, They're outsourced to supplier's who do.
Just realised I may have polluted a 360/430 forum with Toyota nonsense. I guess it's best if we keep this specific to 360/430's
Fair comment. Or in my case genuine Denso spares. ;) Interestingly my Ferrari dealer stocks, sells and fits Hill Engineering parts where...
Inline shut off valves would work great except you cant operate them from the drivers seat. Unless you route them somehow into the cabin.
This one's been active recently and tells all you need to know....
After reading the 360 brake replacement thread where you can do the brakes for 1/4 of the dealers price by doing it yourself with genuine parts...
Good to hear. I've got EBC reds on the shelf ready to go.
Yes welcome to the club and congratulations. If your car doesn't have the Hill Engineering upgraded shifter bush, get it, it makes the stick...
I came here to do research before I bought. I stay to learn and hopefully give good DIY info.
"Some money but not much". $400 to $4k is quite "some money".
The video is all about the oil pump leaking. Most have an issue with the waterpump...
It has everything to do with scheduled maintenance. Without it something major will happen or break early in its life. With it and driven with...