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    Default Alfa Romeo 155 16VT fwd --- 1994 Alfa Romeo 155

    155 1,7 T.S. :: 1994 Alfa Romeo 155 (2012-01-13 22:28:45)

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    How difficult was it to fit those seats and did they mount low enough down?
    They look much better than regular 155 seats.
    1994 Alfa Romeo 155 Q4: Dozeing in the garage.
    2009 Audi A4 tdi: Everyday drive.
    1994 Alfa Romeo 155 , 1995cc Std Standard Black

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    they are a bolt on conversion. they are from a 4door Lancia and they have same brackets as ours. you have to take off the old ones and fit the news. the only thing that does n't fit plug and play, is at the rear seats the hook that is at the back and keeps it at the upright position. I didn't fit it at all and I let the gravity to do its work, it keeps the back seat at the upright position.

    CAUTION: the 2d Lancia's seats have different brackets, so they aren't plug and play conversion, they need a lot of work.

    the other question: driver's seat has height adjustment. at the lower position, it mounts at the same place as the old one. BUT, I've fit 2d seats to a 145 and at them it was easy to take off the height adjustment and the seat mount much lower. I haven't tried it to mine yet, but I believe that it can be done to them too.


    Now, 155 has the same coloured door panels, so it's much better looking.

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    An update.
    It's a 2.0 16vt since 2017.
    A Lancia Delta HPE was the donor car, engine type 836A2000.
    It has some aftermarket parts:
    Engine:
    -440cc Bosch fuel injectors
    -Walbro fuel pump
    -GT2560R ball bearing Garrett turbocharger
    -exhaust tubular manifold
    -76mm exhaust
    -aftermarket catalyst
    -alloy intercooler in OEM side position.

    Brakes:
    -4pot brake calipers from a Lancia Kappa 20vt
    -310*28 brake rotors
    -23.8 master brake cylinder

    Suspension:
    -Bilstein B6 absorbers
    -H&R lowering springs
    -Eibach anti roll bars

    Interior:
    -Lancia Delta HPE Recaro seats
    -Greddy boost meter.
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    photos or didn't happen...
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    To do list:
    -Fit a FMIC Mishimoto black
    -Fit a new dash cover.




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    That is a nicely modified car .
    The seats and door cards are re-upholstered I guess, I haven't seen such seats with such leather. The exterior and interior color combination reminds me of older alfas, very good combination !
    One performance car is not enough ...
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    They were refurbished, I chose the tyoe and the colour of the leather. I think that green and brown look pretty good.

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    Nice car and interesting motor swap!

    Best wishes from Austria!
    Christian

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    Sunny weather destroys the plastic trim, so I had to do something about it.


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    This trim is used one from another car I guess.
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    No, it's brand new part, made to put it on the old one with double sided tape.

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