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Fiat 1.8 16v oltre 250hp @ 10.000rpm Gulli Motori

Prova al banco di un motore Fiat 1.8 16v derivato dalla Bravo, la potenza erogata è di circa 250hp a 10.000 giri/min. Per maggiori info contattateci --------------------------------------- Dyno run Fiat 1.8 16v racing engine, is a tuned Bravo, the power output is approx 250hp @ 10.000 rpm. Contact us for more info http://www.gullimotori.it/ gullimotori@libero.it


 


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