Clutch FAQ Received Wed, 24 Jun 1998 from Bill Shaw
IDF FAQ Received Wed, 15 Jul 1998 from Mike Richmond
Clutch FAQ from various contributors.
DOHC Cylinder Head ID numbers (Make and Model info) Pete Angel
Twin Cam Performance Mods FAQ (PDF) Received Sat, 11 Nov 2001 from Brad
The Second Edition of Bradley's excellent work! (PDF) Received July 2004:
Bradley Artigue's quality Fiat Spider Fuel Injection Article (PDF) Received May 2002:
Throttle FAQ Received Tue, 20 Aug 2002 from Mark
Dual Point modification for the Fiat 124 TwinCam engine Thad Kirk Received Feb. 2002
Swapping a 131 transmission into a 124 Matt Webb Received Oct 7, 2005
124 Suspensions, cooling systems, disk brakes, and timing belt replacement
124 Installing a Bosch internal regulator alternator on the exhaust side from Matt Webb
124 Tming Belt FAQs with a lot of good info from Al Williams
124 Tips on upgrading your alternator including that charging light by Csaba Vandor
124 Transmission Manual (HTML) Ken Dickson
Guy Croft on DOHC overheating Guy Croft
Guy Croft on DOHC Spark Plug Selection Guy Croft
Guy Croft on DHOC use of Unleaded Gas and Valve Guide theroy Guy Croft
Repairing the Oil Pump in a Spider With the Engine Still In the Car. Received July 14, 2006 by Brian Burke
Bleeding The Spider Cooling system Received July 14, 2006 by Brian Burke
Aluminum Radiator Conversion for the 124 Received Sept. 8, 2006 by Richard Ridge
Air Conditioning Installation / Conversion for the 124 spider Received August, 2006 by Mike Tiufekchiev
DOHC Weber 38 ADL Conversion Received 12/28/2006 by Ralph DeLauretis
DOHC insitu remove and replacing 2 L Oilpan by Eric McCann
Exhaust Flange Gasket Leaking Quick Tip from George Beaumont
Engine flush kit from Bryan Burke submitted 10/28/2007
PBS Engineering on the Fiat Lancia DOHC Racing Engine 11/28/2007
PBS Engineering on the X1/9 Fiat 128 Racing Engine submitted 11/28/2007
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