1981 Fiat X1/9
In this episode, we take a look at the 1981 Fiat X1/9, a classic Italian
sports car that satisfies one's thirst for the retro. Watch in HD!
Created by Rizan "Rizzle" Aziman
Shot and Edited by Matthew Palanca
Music: "A Real Hero" by College ft. Electric Youth
Fiat X1/9 K20 Conversion from Midwest-Bayless Italian Auto
Another satisfied customer is about to receive his 1976 Fiat X1/9 with
Acura 2.0L K20 driveline conversion. This car has a K20Z1 engine, 6-Speed
transaxle, and Hondata KPro engine management that provides about 240HP!
Midwest-Bayless specializes in Fiat and Lancia parts, service, restoration
and racing, and can build a turn-key Fiat X19 conversion project for you.
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Fiat X1/9 on Lobethal Road - Best Driving Roads Christmas Special
It's that time of year again - Christmas is upon us! For this special
episode of Best Driving Roads, we take a mid-engined Italian sports car on
one of the best roads through the Adelaide hills on a quest to find the
little town of Lobethal to enjoy the spectacular Christmas lights show!
Special thanks to Andrew and http://www.anygivenreason.com
United States Marine Band - We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Public Domain,
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Dallara X1/9 Icsunonove on the track: pure sound, acceleration and fly by
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In the video you can see a Dallara Icsunonove on the Modena racetrack. It
features the Yamaha R1 engine with 180 hp. Listen to the pure sound of the
engine, downshifts and accelerations, and watch it in action on the track!
Nel video potete vedere una Dallara Icsunonove all'Autoderomo di Modena.
Monta il motore della Yamaha R1 da 180 cv. Sentite il suono del motore, le
accelerazioni e le scalate, e guardatela in azione in pista! Guardate le
Insane Dallara Icsunonove X1/9 LAUNCHES + racing!!
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In the video you can see modified Dallara Icsunonove start up, some
details, flyby, downshifts, launch and accelerations while racing on the
track. The race was during the event called Corse Challenge 2012 at the
Modena racetrack. Watch how to push to the limit this crazy supercar!!
The blue one has an Alfa Romeo 155 d2 engine, while the white one has a
Fiat-Dallara 16v engine.
See the pictures of the event here:
Nel video potete vedere delle Dallara Icsunonove modificate, l'accensione
del motore, alcuni dettagli della vettura, la partenza, le scalate,
accelerazioni, passaggi ad alta velocità e le gare in pista. L'evento era
le Corse Challenge 2012 all'Autodromo di Modena. Guardate come viene spinta
al limite questa supercar pazzesca!
La blu ha il motore Alfa Romeo 155 d2, mentre quella bianca ha motore
Trovate tutte le foto dell'evento qui:
Fiat X1/9 Doing a extreme hot lap and crash
A Fiat X1/9 so called X19 or X1-9 doing a hot lap on slalom track and crash
because of an slow driver. Car Fail !
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Junkyard Find: 1984 Fiat X1/9 Bertone
Tour of a 1984 Fiat X1/9 Bertone in a local junkyard. This car has been
there about as long as the Yugo in one of my other videos and hasn't really
been touched apart from vandalism.
If you're interested in parts off this car, PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT ME,
contact or visit the yard:
Ryan's Hubbell Auto Parts in Detroit MI.
Fiat X1/9 Gear Reduction Starter Motor
Fiat X1/9 Gear Reduction Starter Motor Comparison - Crank Speed
I've replaced the OE Marelli starter (not pictured in this video) with a
new Denso gear reduction starter from Csaba @ AutoRicambi. The benefits
are: smaller, lighter, able to clock its position relative to the engine,
approx 50 RPM faster crank speed,
less current draw, might prove to be more reliable than the Marelli
(however, my OE starter lasted 27 years, finally failed due to worn brushes
and commutator - the one pictured is my spare).
So far I'm happy with this unit, however, it certainly doesn't sound
"Italian"... It certainly sounds Japanese. It does roll the engine over
quickly, which is a bonus!
The car is my 1982 Fiat X1/9 (Fuel Injected - original paint!!) - with a
Faza 35-75 cam. Very lumpy at idle, but sounds great at WOT. In this
video, the engine hasn't been started in a while (a few days), and since
the valve seals leak a little.. you'll see it "puff the blues".
Thankfully, it only does this at start up. My cure? I have a Mk1 1.3L Uno
turbo engine in the garage that will
replace the 1.5L OE unit. Muffler is stock (Ansa), except for the Ansa
45mm resonated tips.
I've raced Fiat X1/9s (CASC-OR GT road racing) and have had many of these
from various model years. I've also owned Alfa Romeos. I've owned this car
since 1989, but I think it's time for a Ferrari... F355!
I love Italian cars :)