we have a 1967 Fiat Dino, V6 2.0 engine and are looking for tuneup info. Point gap, timing, plug gap..... any info anybody can give us
Country: CanadaMake: FiatModel: dinoEngine: 2.0
My name is Dale,
Please give me a little time to see what I can find for you. I am assuming point style ignition and carburetors?
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Here are some of the specifications on the vehicle. I will have to search for the exact tune up specs for you. PLEASE STAND BY !
1967 Fiat Dino Coupé 2.0 data bodywork Body type 2+2 seater fixed-head coupé Number of doors 2 Designer Bertone dimensions & weights mm inches Wheelbase 2550 100.4 Front track 1379 54.3 Rear track 1361 53.6 Length 4514 177.7 Width 1709 67.3 Height 1318 51.9 Ground clearance length:wheelbase ratio 1.77 Kerb weight 1220 kg 2690 lb Weight distribution Fuel tank capacity 65.9 litres 14.5 UK Gal 17.4 US Gal aerodynamics Drag coefficient Frontal area CdA engine Engine manufacturer Fiat Engine code Number of cylinders V 6 Capacity 2 litre1987 cc(121.254 cu in) Bore × Stroke 86 × 57 mm 3.39 × 2.24 in Bore/stroke ratio 1.51 Valve gear DOHC 2 valves per cylinder 12 Total valves max power(Net) 162.2 PS (160 bhp) (119.3 kW)at 7200 rpm Specific output(Net) 80.5 bhp/litre1.32 bhp/cu in max torque(Net) 172 Nm (127 ft·lb) (17.5 kgm)at 6000 rpm Specific torque(Net) 86.56 Nm/litre Engine construction sump compression ratio 9:1 Fuel system 3 We carbs brake mean effective pressure 1087.8 kPa (157.8 psi) Maximum RPM Number of crankshaft bearings Engine coolant Water Cylinder volume 331.17 Aspiration Normal Compressor N/A Intercooler None Catalytic converter N performance 0-80km/h 0-60mph 0-100km/h 0-100mph Standing quarter-mile Standing kilometre Maximum speed 200 km/h (124 mph) Power-to-weight ratio 131.15 bhp/ton fuel consumption Fuel consumption Carbon dioxide emissions Carfolio Calculated CO2 ? chassis Engine position front longitudinal Drive wheels rear wheel drive Steering worm & roller Number of turns lock-to-lock Turning circle 11.60 m Front suspension I.CS.W. Rear suspension LA.SE.RA.PR. Wheel size front Wheel size rear Tyres front Tyres rear Brakes F/R Di/Di Front brake diameter Rear brake diameter Gearbox 5 speed manual Top gear ratio Final drive ratio general Carfolio.com ID 770 Number made Model code Model family RAC rating 27.5 Insurance classification No information available Tax band No information available 1967 Fiat Dino Coupé 2.0 added before December 1995.Last modified 2008-08-22.
Here are some additional Key Facts about your vehicle:
What body style?fixed-head coupé with 2+2 seatsHow long?4514 mmHow heavy?1220 kgWhat size engine?2 litre, 1987 cm3How many cylinders?6, VHow much power?162.2 PS / 160 bhp / 119.3 kW @ 7200 rpmHow much torque?172 Nm / 127 ft.lb / 17.5 kgm @ 6000 rpmHow fast?200 km/h, 124 mph
The data base show (2) models. One is the 124 Model and the other is a 850 Model. I choose the 124 for these specs. If it is the 850 please let me know.
Removal & InstallationPoints should be replaced, not filed.1.Remove the distributer cap and rotor.2.Then disconnect the wires attached to the points; one from the condenser and the other from the distributor.3.Remove the points and condenser attaching screws. When installing, be sure that the breaker arm is in contact with the high point on the distributor cam lobe. In this position, proper gap adjustment can be obtained.
Dwell angle is the most efficient way to adjust points but can only be done with a dwell meter. See "Tune-Up Specifications Chart" for proper dwell angle.
Here is your link to the Tune Up Specs thenselves:
Click Here> http://content.chiltonsonline.com/content/images/5872/images/5872_FARM_c2035.pdf
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thanks for your quick reply,
the web link you sent will not open for us is there some other way you can send it?
not sure the model, but the serial # XXXXX XXXXX and the engine is 135b000
the car was sitting in a barn in france
it has duel points and 3 weber 32 carbs
Sorry about that. Sometimes that happens with PDF Files. I will get the data to you asap. Do you have Adobe PDF Reader Program? It is a FREE download for PDF Files? Please advise.
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