Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Quebexico, Canada
Ferrari Life Posts: 1,990
Thanks guys, well when I bought her the seat was very tight on the sides (I had lost only 20 lbs or so)....almost a pain to be sitting in it. Now I fit perfect....
it's amazing how bigs I was, I'm the same size now as I was 18 years or so. I'm 210 and I want to lose about 15-25 more then start training.
I need to get bigger arms and legs for shifting, turning the non power assist and clutching....HAHAHA....
But seriously, I'm so in love with this car....I installed the audio, it's nice and clean and I changed both battery terminals....damn, the + was just pushed in and both terminal wires had green rust on them. Now she starts better.
I changed the glove cylinder and need to fix the radio flap, it doesn't stay up at all. I also ordered the one for the middle console as it too does not stay up.
My last 3 items to do is check the wiring going to both doors. When I lift the passenger glass when it get to the top, the last inch, the friction of the window seal makes the fuse blow. So I have to open the door on the passenger side, roll the last inch up then close the door and the same to open the first inch.
The second is to change the driver door driver window switch (received from Ricambi).
The last item is to have the passenger floormat cut and the contour broidery in red done where it will be cut, the portion that goes up over the kick panel so I can install the Hill Engineering 348 plate.
I did the pedal set and dead pedal and all looks really sharp (from Hill again) but I was not impressed with the lack of proper bolts (some not long enough, some philips and some allen) and they could have added a few more 2-3 bolts per kit. For the price you pay, a few extra bolts is nothing cost wise.
1990 348 TS (87284)
“I build cars for young men that only old men can afford” - Enzo Ferrari