Run What You Bring 2 Drag Race, Gjader, Lezhe, Albania. Racing cars, Alfa Romeo 147 1.6ts (120bhp) Vs. Peugeot 106 GTI 1.6 (120bhp).
Winner..., the much lighter Peugeot. Next time, everything's gonna be different :D
Honda Civic 1,5 vs Alfa Romeo 1,8
Bochnia, ul. Gazowa
Nielegalne wyścigi na 1/4 mili,
na filmie: Maciuś ;) i jego Honda Civic 1,5 90 HP oraz
Serek :P i jego Alfa 1.8 16V Twin Spark 142HP
Alfa nie wystartowała, ponieważ z przeciwka na drogę wyjechał Lublin :D
Alfa Romeo 147 Bi Xenon projector Mini H1 retrofit installation process
Installation tutorial for our popular Mini H1 Bi-xenon projector twin kit
done on the Alfa Romeo 147 headlight. We show how to bake and open the
headlight and mount the xenon projectors. At the end of the video we
compare the halogen light output to plug & play xenon and Bi-xenon retrofit
projectors Mini H1.
Italian: Guida di installazione per il nostro popolare Mini H1 bi-xeno kit
proiettore gemello fatto sulla Alfa Romeo 147 faro. Mostriamo come cuocere
e aprire il faro e montare il proiettori allo xeno. Alla fine del video si
confronta l'emissione di luce alogena per plug & play xeno e bi-xeno
retrofit proiettori H1 Mini.
0:01 Bake the headlight. We use a big carton box with a heatgun. We put the
headlight on small boxes so the hot air will be blown under the headlight,
not only on one side.
0:09 In this case we use a 500W heatgun for 15 minutes.
0:14 Start to pry the headlight. In this case it is perma-sealed, so the
seal doesn't really get soft, you will need to cut the sealing with the
0:37 After working a couple of minutes the headlight housing cools down,
heat it up again for a few minutes.
0:40 Work with patience and not too much force. This headlight took us 20
to 30 minutes to open properly.
1:04 Cut the remaining permaseal off the headlight lens using a sharp
1:10 Scrape the remainign permaseal out of the headlight channel using a
flathead screw driver.
1:18 Remove the bulb glare cap.
1:34 To mount the Bi-xenon projector, break the glare cap holder away.
2:05 Remove the bulb clip holder from the projector.
2:10 Mount the Mini Gatling Gun shroud with the 4 supplied screws.
2:19 Remove the black plug from the solenoid wires.
2:21 Insert the wires through the glare cap opening.
2:24 Place the rubber ring on the Mini H1 projector shaft. In this case the
thin ring is used to give more thread length for the nut.
2:28 Place the projector in the reflector.
2:32 Place the H7 adapter ring.
2:42 Place the nut to secure the projector.
2:53 Secure the nut using needle nose pliers.
3:00 Place back the solenoid plug on the wires.
3:17 In this case we needed to bend the bulb clip holder a bit to fit
3:34 Mount the bulb clip holder with the 3 screws
3:42 Put the Butyl in the headlight channel for a proper seal
4:00 Press it down with your fingers
4:10 Clean fingerprints and dust off
4:28 In this case, customer wanted the headlight insert black
4:30 Press the lens on the housing.
4:33 Heat the headlight again for the sealant to become soft.
4:38 Press the lens back on the housing.
4:46 Gently squeeze the lens on the housing, make sure all the lens clips
click back on.
5:05 Insert the H1 HID bulb in the projector.
5:12 Place the clip to secure the bulb.
5:28 Place the H7 high beam splitter to connect the solenoid for high beam
5:40 Headlight retrofitted!
5:43 Original H7 halogen beam
5:53 H7 reflector plug & play 5000K
6:04 Mini H1 Bi-xenon projector retrofit
SpeedHunters Albania Drag Races
This video was made in Gjadër, Lezhe (Albania).
Racing cars: CRX (2x), Lancia, Civic (2x).
Los Bandoleros - Don Omar ft. Tego Calderon
You'll be under my wheels - Prodigy
My life be like (Oohh-Aahh) - Gritts
2006 AlfaRomeo 147 1.9 JTD-MJET PROGRESSION Full Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
For more in depth reviews check my channel:
Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice
The Alfa Romeo 147 has been on sale in the UK for seven years and over that
period has helped the Italian company redefine its public image.
Before the 147 an Alfa Romeo was considered by many to be a risky and
slightly eccentric purchase, particularly on the used-car market once the
vehicle's warranty had expired. The cars may have looked good but they were
notoriously unreliable and not very durable.
But in the space of a single model's lifetime the Alfa Romeo family has
undergone a transformation; the marque now offers not only beautiful, but
also well engineered saloons, coupés, convertibles and hatchbacks that are
as good as any of their mainstream competitors.
Voted European Car of the Year in 2001, the 147 underwent some significant
revision in its 2005 update. The task of making an already pretty car even
more attractive is never easy to pull off, but the Alfa Romeo designers
managed to do just that.At the front are triple-cluster lights and a new
style of bumper, while around the back there's an attractive chrome strip
along the lip of the reprofiled tailgate. A new bumper and larger boot-lid
badge complete the exterior changes.
Slip inside the cabin and you'll no doubt find that the latest 147 is
equally impressive. The fit and finish of the dashboard and switchgear were
improved as part of the 2005 revisions, such that now the 147's interior
even feels as if it's a grade above that of most European competitors, and
certainly significantly ahead of many Far Eastern competitors.The 147 is
nothing if not a drivers' car. On the road its taut chassis inspires
confidence, while the standard-fit Vehicle Dynamic Control system -- Alfa's
home-grown answer to ESP (electronic stability program) -- keeps you going
in the direction you'd always intended.
Some models of the facelifted Alfa provide the option of a Comfort pack,
which produces a softer ride thanks to revised suspension-damper settings.
The standard manual gearbox is a delight to use, but the optional
automatic, which was only available on the 2 litre petrol version, failed
to sell in large numbers and so was phased out towards the end of 2005.
The revamped 147 also featured a lineup of more powerful diesel engines.
The 115bhp 1.9 litre unit was upgraded to 120bhp and joined by a potent
All that power and a useful 225 lb ft of torque at just 2000rpm ensure that
the diesel pulls strongly. The 0-60mph sprint takes just 8.8sec, quick
enough to scare many petrol-powered hot hatches, but it's the car's
refinement when it's cruising in sixth gear that really makes this model
the Alfa 147 to buy.Power from the petrol-engine models remained unchanged,
but it is worth noting that the 1.6 litre unit in the 147 Twin Spark
produces just 105bhp, while the 1.6 of the Tourismo and Lusso produce
Equipment levels are pretty generous, with all cars featuring climate
control, an alarm system and six airbags. All but entry-level TS models
also have alloy wheels.
The optional leather upholstery proved popular among buyers thanks to a
reasonable price of less than £1,000, so it's worth looking around to find
a used example fitted with it, as it adds greatly to the feel and
desirability of the car.
The optional -- and rather expensive -- factory-ordered sat nav system is
rarely found on used cars, so owners tend to have to make do with a
portable unit instead.In 2009 the 147 is destined to be succeeded by the
new 149. But what owners of a used 147 will already know is that theirs is
the car that saw the transformation of Alfa Romeo from a maker of desirable
but unreliable cars that were all too often a liability, into a producer of
truly world-class ones.
Servicing Due every 12 months or 12,000 miles. Check for dealer stamps and
copies of original repair invoices
Upholstery Leather seats a desirable option on all models
Alloy wheels An Alfa on steel wheels just looks wrong; fortunately all but
the base model gets alloys as standard
Colours The 147 is one of the few modern cars that looks great in bright
red and other solid finishes
Audio Standard system works well, while optional Bose system is superb
Onboard computer Operated from the stalk, it provides information about
average speed, fuel economy and tank range
Bonnet Prone to stone chips; check for damage to lower lip of front bumper
and cracked foglamp lenses
Safety Six airbags as standard but the 147 only achieved three stars in the
Euro NCAP test for adult occupant safety
Tyres Check inside edge of front tyres for wear, a sign the steering is
Boot Boot is smaller than in some rivals
Puddle lights Underdoor illumination and headlamp delay system are useful
when parking at night
Alfa Romeo 147 GTA CUP alfa romeo challenge nurburgring
Driver paul plant in his first ever race in his modified 147 GTA CUP car
number 006. at the Nurbergring. Qualifying second out of 44 cars the race
is in horrible conditions with changing rain levels and aqua planning along
with changing levels of fog!