DIY on Testarossas

Discussion in 'Boxers/TR/M' started by Apollo_Monteiro, Jan 19, 2019.

  1. Apollo_Monteiro

    Jan 19, 2019
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    Apollo Monteiro Cavalcante
    I'm new to the world of Ferrari engineering, never touched one. I've got some experience on cars (BMW 850i and most recently a BMW 335i E92), and I was wondering how hard it can be to fix it yourself a Ferrari Testarossa. Money is no problem, but time can be. Aside from parts, what is the difficulty when fixing it and where to start from ?
    I don't own a Testarossa, but I do plan to acquire one soon.
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  2. turbo-joe

    turbo-joe F1 Veteran

    Apr 6, 2008
    southwest germany
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    romano schwabel
    welcome to the flat 12 friends
    you may read a lot here in the threads and you will see, no magic at all to repair
    and if you have some problems you get help here more than you expected
    just now good time to buy a testarossa - but think over: a cheap car will get mostly an expensive car
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  3. Apollo_Monteiro

    Jan 19, 2019
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    Apollo Monteiro Cavalcante
    Hey thanks for the answer, I will take a deeper reading later on the forum
  4. ago car nut

    ago car nut F1 Rookie
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    Aug 29, 2008
    Madison Ohio
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    David A.
    The TR is not difficult to repair. You have to be patient, and treat it like a labor of love!
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  5. vincenzo

    vincenzo F1 Rookie

    Nov 2, 2003
    Not ‘difficult’ but time consuming. Getting the cam timing right is complex, but not a routine maintenance item for typical owners.

    Take a look here for some starter diy info:
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