AR 146 1.7 16V
Posted 18 April 2008 - 12:47 AM
I have to admit being a newbee in this AR forum but just wanted to share
a thought with you AR die hard fans out there..
Well, the name AR itself stands out in its own class, second to none as
far as you guys are concerned but its just a bit too rough on the pocket
for some fans.. Anyway, its pure satisfaction and if you can afford it,
why not enjoy it..
just leave a comment if you are free and we shall take it from there..
Posted 24 April 2008 - 10:11 PM
yes, i do agree alfa's boxer engines have their own individual
characteristics. it sounds like the timing is off and yet as the revs go
higher, the more we get addicted to the power.
even the boxer 1.6 with about 100bhp could touch 200kmh top speed.
4 items that one must really take care when owning a boxer alfa
1. timing belt, that wont last more than 30,000km. nowadays maybe theres
a better alternative. for 146/5, the front bumper need to be removed in
order to access the timing belt
2. engine cooling fan. overheating is part of any european car. always
note the temperature gauge.
3. air-cond. among favourite problems for citroen, peugoet, fiat and alfa.
not really a problem, but irritating without.
4. clutch pump leak. the leak is internal, so it looses pressure to
operate clutch common.
even though i call myself an alfisti (really love them), but the cost of
maintaining an alfa doesnt adapt well with my bank accounts.
p/s must stick to being semi-alfisti
Posted 16 June 2008 - 01:40 AM
My bro just bought an AR 146, 1.7L, 16V..
Its a good buy even though price was RM 16k coz only 55k kms on the clock.
I was suprised that there are some rich people out there whom actually
buy cars but do not use them much.. In fact 55k kms for a 11 year car is
Really worth its price coz its like driving a new AR for 16k. Plz don ask
if mileage is genuine.. Well, It is my fren coz this owner had a few cars
and seldom used this one..
Anyway, just wanted to share this info with all you guys out there..
Posted 01 July 2008 - 05:12 PM
time for the car to get some beating... hahaha
but trust me in a few months in Mr.Bolli's hands the car will look like
300,000 mileage car, this boxer is made to roar not kept in kampung kulim
for rempit to seee..hahahehahae
Posted 10 July 2008 - 12:47 PM
plus a driver's airbag and ABS, fog lamps front and rear.
i agree with sach, whack the car!! LOL
Posted 19 July 2008 - 09:08 PM
I think you said the right words. Bolli has a proven track record
of "trashing" e.ting he laid his fingers on.. Just 4 da record..
[ACF6922 - Yamaha RXZ], [ACE9922 - TX3], [WHW5999 - P/Wira 1.8 DOHC]. All
these wheels were in excellent cond until they got into the wrong
hands.. "BOLLI" the mAnimal..
Posted 01 August 2008 - 12:12 AM
You guys are really right man..
Just met Bolli last week and he drove his Alfa down. Boy, the car does
not look the same as it looked when he first bought it. It looks pale!
As usual, Bolli is "Milking" this machine as though it was an Italian
Chic and there was no tomorrow. U get what I mean..
He crazy man.. He floors the pedal and changes gear only when the rpm
cuts off at 7.5k rpms.,
So, need not say further.. I think you know the rest is gonna be
Posted 05 August 2008 - 03:52 PM
time. dun talk in forums or chatrooms that he is not involved...
BE A MAN....he will be more then happy to be confronted directly....
BTW, it's his Bella....he can screw her or milk her, thats none of ur guys
I will keep him posted about wat u fag's wrote bout him n lets see wat he
has to comment
Posted 10 August 2008 - 10:12 PM
Posted 14 August 2008 - 01:36 AM
ha ha.. really cant wait to see what's da outcome man but I guess
Bolli's "Bella" will be torn.
So Bolli, you better bring her an extra pair of change coz we would not
want to see her running ard showing us her ass, though it we would be
glad to "Milk Her"...
Bolli, no heart feelings man.. it's a fact.