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post #121 of 346 Old 11-26-2011, 08:28 AM
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Sorry for the bad photo, I am still getting used to my Ipad.

Here is a shot of my car in the garage just before I had my lifts installed,

and one after the job was finished a week ago.
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post #122 of 346 Old 11-26-2011, 08:41 AM
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post #123 of 346 Old 11-26-2011, 08:51 AM
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Thanks, it was a little small for a 3 car measuring only 30X20 but it did

have 13' ceilings. I installed Liftmaster jackstaff openers and raised the

height of doors 2 & 3 which allowed me to have high lift (71") lifts

installed. They are really nice with wide foot plates that do not have to

ancored to the floor. I ordered casters so they can be moved if you

needed to. I also checked with my flooring company racedeck and as

they advised me their floor easily handled the lifts. I have my SSR on top

of the Camero, and the Cobra above the Ferrari. Wife's car has its own

bay along with my work bench.
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post #124 of 346 Old 11-26-2011, 12:02 PM
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Model: 360 Modena F1
Year: 2003
Country: USA
Steering: LHD
Vin: ZFFYU51A730134165
Ferrari Color: Rossa Corsa
Interior: Nero
Options: F1 tran, Red brake cal.,Electric seats,Front and Rear Challenger grid, Scuderia Ferrari shields,Small sprare tire wheel kit, Tubi exhaust ( dealer install)
I have not been on the site for quite some time. I have moved from Colorado to Florida. Here are a few pics of my Modena 2003F1 at the Festival of Speed Orlando and St Armands Circle Sarasota.
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post #125 of 346 Old 11-27-2011, 02:16 AM
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I have not been on the site for quite some time. I have moved from Colorado to Florida. Here are a few pics of my Modena 2003F1 at the Festival of Speed Orlando and St Armands Circle Sarasota.
Welcome back. Is the 458 Italia also yours?

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Model: 360 Spider
Year: 2001
Country: USA
Color: Rosso Corsa
Interior: Black
Transmission: F1
Options: Red Calipers, Scuderia Fender Shields, Power Seats, X-Haust
Chassis Number: 124977
In the last picture, what are the Ferraris on the far right and far left?
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post #126 of 346 Old 11-27-2011, 05:48 AM
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Boxer : I'M not sure what picture you are referring to as to far left. Last picture to the far right was new MB. in black. Unfortunately the 458 is not mine. I must wait until my house sells in Co. to even attempt ordering the Spyder. I do enjoy the Modena as it has been a no issue car.

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Boxer : I'M not sure what picture you are referring to as to far left. Last picture to the far right was new MB. in black. Unfortunately the 458 is not mine. I must wait until my house sells in Co. to even attempt ordering the Spyder. I do enjoy the Modena as it has been a no issue car.

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Doc,

Picture I was referring to is in one of njja's posts.

Is a 458 Spider potentially in the cards?
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post #128 of 346 Old 11-27-2011, 10:34 AM
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The Spyder is a possibility, however must sell the house first. Obviously need to see where this economy is going.

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post #129 of 346 Old 11-30-2011, 04:39 PM
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Doc,

Picture I was referring to is in one of njja's posts.

Is a 458 Spider potentially in the cards?
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That picture was taken in the basement of our Ferrari dealer. I'm not sure which cars were alongside. They had a ton of cars down there including 2 Enzo's. They store a lot of car for people with no garages here in Atlanta.

Its a real pleasure to get a look down there every now and then.
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That picture was taken in the basement of our Ferrari dealer. I'm not sure which cars were alongside. They had a ton of cars down there including 2 Enzo's. They store a lot of car for people with no garages here in Atlanta.

Its a real pleasure to get a look down there every now and then.
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post #131 of 346 Old 12-01-2011, 12:35 AM
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Nice garage!
+1 love the petrol pump

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post #132 of 346 Old 12-01-2011, 12:37 AM
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Thanks, it was a little small for a 3 car measuring only 30X20 but it did have 13' ceilings.
Anyone know what the minimum hight and width requirements are for a car lift?

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post #133 of 346 Old 01-10-2012, 04:34 PM
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G'day From WA

Model: 360 F1 coupe
Year: 2001
Country: Perth Western Australia
Steering: RHD Australian Complianced
Exterior color: Yellow
Interior color: Black
KM's 12,300 by 3 owners incl myself
Now has NEW brake pads as well

Second pic is my other passion
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post #134 of 346 Old 01-10-2012, 10:04 PM
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Now that is a first, never seen an owner post a picture of his car on the "beach" before.
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post #135 of 346 Old 01-18-2012, 11:14 AM
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360 Modena 2002/ timming belt

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Model: 360 Spider F1
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Hello
I just bought a 2002 360 Modena with 12k for 71k, just want to know when you replaced the timming belt,the dealer says that I did get a good deal because the timming belt was not replaced,the manual says it does not need a change until 15k min
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post #136 of 346 Old 02-01-2012, 02:53 PM
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Hello
I just bought a 2002 360 Modena with 12k for 71k, just want to know when you replaced the timming belt,the dealer says that I did get a good deal because the timming belt was not replaced,the manual says it does not need a change until 15k min
Hi John,

Normally the timing belt for 360 is to be change or at the 15k miles or after 3 years which ever come first.

Check when last was the belt changes and if it is more than 3 years would suggest not to hesitate and have it changed ASAP

It will save you lots of troubles down the road

Ferrari is about respecting the periodic maintenance schedule as per constructor book, and you will enjoy you Ferrari like nothing else

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Sorry for the bad photo, I am still getting used to my Ipad.
You can upload pics to FL using an iPad? I never knew that. Someone tell me how!

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post #138 of 346 Old 02-09-2012, 05:22 PM
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Hello Barry

I am the owner of a Ferrari 360 Modena and I must correct you on what you had said

in regards to having to chang the timming belt changed, you said to me that it needs to

be change every 15k or three years, I checked my owner manual and it dose say to

change it every 15k but nothing about it needing it done every Three years, if that was

so on my 2003 it would have been changed three times by now at the cost of 4.5k every

three years which would total 14.500 in cost. Every three is very UN necessarily.

I would like to hear back from other 360 owners about when they had there timming belt

changed and at what cost
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post #139 of 346 Old 02-10-2012, 06:25 AM
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There is known documentation that supersedes your owners manual.

Please refer to Ferrari TSB #1215 Dated 5-04 For 8 cylinder models states 3 years or 30k miles.

Or Contact FNA

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post #140 of 346 Old 02-10-2012, 09:20 AM
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John Green, Do a search for posts on belts, you'll find one by Taz on the 24th of January that has the Tech Bulletin that recommends belt changes every 3 Years or 30K miles, whichever comes first.

There are some who agree with you that changes that often are un-necessary. However, I suspect most of them are not owners. Most owners here seem to feel that whether or not frequent changes are necessary, they are unwilling to accept the risk of exceeding the factory recommendations. I can tell you that Josh will have my car on the last day of the third year. To me, it's a small price compared with the risk of a failed belt and the resulting catastrophic engine failure.

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