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I think what has happened here may be a mix of things: mainly the elastic straps being weak, but potentially some joints that need lubrication, a...
Fifth picture down:the roof assembly is cracked.
FYI the OEM bumpers, side skirts, and diffusers are moulded fibreglass.
The carbon consoles have s metal bracket that screws in from underneath. If you're stuck you could make one from 1mm aluminium sheet. Also...
Spring is in the air! I took my Dad out for a drive.
It's worth bearing in mind that normally this is a symptom of an alignment issue: usually weak elastic straps.
Personally, I would prefer the...
The Pirellis are an awful tyre and the Michelins are simply superb within in a wide temp range. I can imagine how this upgrade felt from 9 y/o...
I don't know about driving conditions where you are, but over here the Scuderia/16M was pretty much the peak power level for road use. The...
The Scuderia/CS ones were always shown as black. It would be worth the confirmation.
I've always been too nervous to order these because it would...
The top down experience is something else and in this chassis (unlike the 458) doesn't carry a meaningful penalty.
Well spotted! I wasnt happy with the colour match so it's being re-done.
Collecting mine from the Ferrari dealership today - annual service. A nice little gift as well.
Have the battery tested. Spurious suspension errors are usually related to low battery voltage, especially at key-on.
The US bumper is heavier due to a larger crash brace but the actual mounting is the same.
I seem to remember that it was called 'Dark Iron' but I don't have a code for it.
I replied to a PM but here is the info:
Upper (same for F430 and Scuderia)
242995 RHD & LHD
Lower (Scuderia specific)
I don't think I so. Compared with other cars - which don't have engine removal as part of their service plan - there is a lot of room around the...
It doesn't need to be a Ferrari unit; that's the point. The unit/module/pump was fitted to everything from cheap city cars to Ferraris. All you...
It's a ubiquitous Bosch ESP unit. If I were in your position then I would swap the electronics module (which contains the Ferrari specific coding)...