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★★★★★

“Fiat uno turbo 1991. used to have one in south africa,...”

Written on: 20/02/2011

Fiat uno turbo 1991. used to have one in south africa, very fast.now bought one in uk also 1991 but standard.
where can i get a mechanic or garage to increase boost and power?
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“I'm am a huge van of this car and would like to own...”

Written on: 18/07/2008

I'm am a huge van of this car and would like to own one in a small while. I'm starting to look for a complete motor and gearbox to work on. I'm just waiting for some cash to be paid out. Great car and probably one of the fastest 1400 car I've ever driven in… Read Full Review

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“Very fast Fiat that's high on performance, cheap to...”

Written on: 28/02/2008

Very fast Fiat that's high on performance, cheap to run, and relatively cheap to insure!… Read Full Review

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“I bought my 1994 Fiat Uno 1.4 Turbo (1395cc 70hp) from...”

Written on: 02/09/2006 by dshvarts (2 reviews written)

I bought my 1994 Fiat Uno 1.4 Turbo (1395cc 70hp) from the 5th owner when it was 6 years old. One would expect constant breaking down and endless visits to repair shops. However, besides regular wear (tires, shocks, clutch, water and fuel-pump - each one once), I never spend more than 200$ a year for the rest of fixes. Of course, you can't compare this car to the never-breaking Honda, but for this super-cheap European 1994 car, it's a miracle. If it wasn't for poor safety, I would recommend… Read Full Review

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“The Fiat Uno Turbo you either love them or hate them....”

Written on: 31/01/2004 by dicko4uno (1 review written)

The Fiat Uno Turbo you either love them or hate them. My mates and I both have uno's and are always in competition with each other 2 c who can get the most power. I've got an Uno arbarth with forged pistons, Greddy T2 rollerball bearing turbo, port & polished stage 2 head, 20v turbo intercooler and 55 shot of nos on 16" momo sports. witch did give me the edge. but now my mate has just dumped the 20v turbo lump in it and not surprisingly got no grip on his 16's so found the 4wd running gear off… Read Full Review

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“I would love to know how use are getin 300bhp thats a...”

Written on: 13/09/2003 by unrod (2 reviews written)

I would love to know how use are getin 300bhp thats a lot of power i am an ex WRC mechanic and they have 300bhp and thats achieved by a grand total of £250000 but what do you do to get that i have 2 unos both estimated at 170bhp might be more or less i dont know the heads skimmed to raise the compression to make it a bit mor drivable with out the turbo blowing in and wasting tyres and dirty looks by people haha the heads ported and polished and reamed out by 2mm over all portes matched and… Read Full Review

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Marc K's Response to unrod's Review

Written on: 05/03/2007

I got 291bhp out of my Fiat Uno Mark 1, and I'm an accountant with no mechanical knowledge.

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“i have an uno turbo and it is gr8.its got a wide arch...”

Written on: 12/05/2003 by daz. (1 review written)

i have an uno turbo and it is gr8.its got a wide arch kit,14 inch fox evo 2 alloys and a meaty custom built 4.5 inch exhuast.the engine has so much response it it like a mini cosworth.im pushing a respectable 247BHP and a top speed of 140mph but that will all soon change as i will be having the pistons rebored and an audi quattro gearbox fitted for extra perfomance… Read Full Review

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“It deserves to be scrapped. Don't buy one!”

Written on: 27/03/2003 by Rover. (1 review written)

It deserves to be scrapped. Don't buy one!… Read Full Review

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Abarth.'s Response to Rover.'s Review

Written on: 02/06/2003

.IF YOU ARE SO STUPED TO BAY A CAR THAT HAD ITS TIME DONT TELL US IT IS A CRUD CAR .I HAVE ONE AND IT HAS 320000 KM ON IT THE ENGINE AND TURBO NEVER BEEN REPLASED.
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Steviebnice's Response to Rover.'s Review

Written on: 25/03/2005

If you can't look after your car it's not our fault, mine is 13years old and no rust, no paint falling off. Maybe you just didn't care for it. If you drove a Porsche it would be in the same state.

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“Me and my mate modify uno's, for a living and we have...”

Written on: 25/02/2003 by daz. (1 review written)

Me and my mate modify uno's, for a living and we have got 2 turbos. I have a mk 2 and it's knocking out 252bhp at the Wheels, it did a standing quater at santa pod this year, on the 3rd run we got the time down to 12,33secs, and we reached a top speed of 148mph @ 8000rpm it was running at 22psi, So remember Never Under estimate the POWER of the Uno.. Here is the spec. Piper fast road cam port and polished head vernier pulleys lightend bottom end lightend an balanced fly wheel roller bearing… Read Full Review

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77319_Turbo Crazy.'s Response to 75472_daz.'s Review

Written on: 04/03/2003

totally agree

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Ikedi1980's Response to 75472_daz.'s Review

Written on: 02/10/2005

Could you modify my Uno for me?

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Steviebnice's Response to 75472_daz.'s Review

Written on: 25/03/2005

Like what you guys did, but here in South Africa you don't get all those fancy things to add on, where do I get your e-mail or web site?

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Acidbun.'s Response to 75472_daz.'s Review

Written on: 03/08/2003

My one friend drives a Uno Turbo 1.4 (SA version) with a Turbonetics T3, a bigger intercooler, 700cc injectors, a imported gearbox, 73mm exhausts system, K&N airfilter system, 15 inch alloys, Sony Sound Sytem, full rollcage. We haven't come accros a german car that can even come close to us on a 1/4 mile, 1/2 mile or even a mile sprint, but end of the year he's gonna upgrade his motor, forged piston, imported head and a nitrous oxide system. His monster boasts 268kw, now I have no idea how many bhp that is, but kilowatt wise, is a lot.

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97645_Rob.'s Response to 75472_daz.'s Review

Written on: 14/05/2003

Well, it would be nice to actually know what you had already done but where i achieved by power was mainly putting it an Escort Cosworth engine with Zetec bottom end. This as standard is 270bhp and ALOT of tourque. So now you have this just modd it like a cossie! iv heard you can get around 800bhp out of em if youve got the money. Also a big rear spoiler wouldnt go amis as mines rear wheel drive and at the limit iz very hard to control! any way hope i helped and inspired you, but if you tell me wat youve done to youres then il tell you wat to do.
<br>Rob

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97031_Daz.'s Response to 75472_daz.'s Review

Written on: 12/05/2003

i have an uno an it is kitted up to the max.it has the wide arch kit from lestor and an impreza air scoop.at he mo im pushing out a respectable 247BHP and a good 104mph.i just need to know what else i can do so that i can achieve maximum power out of my pocket rocket.

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94313_Rob.'s Response to 75472_daz.'s Review

Written on: 02/05/2003

I own and also do up unos for a living!
<br>my best is a mk1 turbo that pushes out 400bhp at the fly wheel n about 360bhp at the wheels! it is a flying machine and takes out just about anything
<br>Rob

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★★★★★

“Lot of fun, fast and enjoyable built to drive fast .”

Written on: 24/11/2002 by mike. (1 review written)

Lot of fun, fast and enjoyable built to drive fast… Read Full Review

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Guest's Response to 53166_mike.'s Review

Written on: 30/06/2011

definatly built to drive fast, a car that does 13"s and 12"s on a quater mile is built to drive fast.........!!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

“If you desire a a car with similar construction to...”

Written on: 06/11/2002 by Pedro. (1 review written)

If you desire a a car with similar construction to that of a spam tin, are a dab hand at rebuilding blown engines and a good sparky to boot, then this fine example of how not to make a fast car is for you!! For something more unassuming and able to chase Cossies try the Astra 16v.Fiat "Uno" because you'll only want to drive it once!!!… Read Full Review

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Noz.'s Response to 48837_Pedro.'s Review

Written on: 05/12/2002

Astra 16v.... Unassuming?? ... Cossie chaser?! You are a plonker. I now own an Uno Turbo, after owning a Cav GSi (1/4 mile - 16.093s) for two years and you obviously ain't got a clue. True, reliability can be an issue, but you don't buy a blown 1.4 litre engine for comfort and peace-of-mind, do you? The whole point of these little cars is that you can make them accelerate unfeasibly quickly... small turbo, spins up quickly, bye bye Astra! ('till 100mph then bye bye UT). And besides, the Uno T came with Bosch Jetronic fuel management and intercooler (unlike the equally smart but costly R5 GT) so if you want to drive like a granny, you can. All in all, these cars get, and deserve major respect...Cos they're fun and fast.

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Shermonater's Response to 48837_Pedro.'s Review

Written on: 20/09/2004

hello pedro! i used to have a cavalier gsi, actually iv had 5. dont get me wrong the c20ex engine is a legend and are fast. but when faced against an uno turbo, it wouldnt stand a chance. I also used to own an uno turbo, the speed is unbelieveable, they are so quick! stick to driving your astra like a grandad. and also your astra would not chase a cossie in the real world, only in your dreams. an uno would to 100mph

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63094_Sam.'s Response to 48837_Pedro.'s Review

Written on: 07/01/2003

Uno in your oppinion are crud because they don't know how to modify them! They crank up the boost without getting the air pressure up! So that's where you get your problems!
I had one of the quickest in england and I never rebuilt it 0-62 in 5.65sec top speed 147mph

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62483_Stevo.'s Response to 48837_Pedro.'s Review

Written on: 05/01/2003

ok m8 an astra??? whey hey!!
these cars can move and with the added pleasure of a dump valve it makes it more enjoyable than your grandad astra! Maybe your right about the engineering reliablity but isn't that part of the fun messin about with your car and improving it! stick to your astra then son but soon you will be shatted on by a whistling fait....

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“If you fancy running up the backside of a cossie and...”

Written on: 28/09/2002 by A J. (1 review written)

If you fancy running up the backside of a cossie and pushing him all the way down the road then this Fiat Uno Turbo (1.4 Blueprint) is the car for u. Get over to Ireland and get yourself a blueprint and a remapped turbo and then expect speeds of n e thing up to 160mph and a 0-60 of about 5 secs. That is power!… Read Full Review

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52110_300 Bhp Gt Turbo.'s Response to A J.'s Review

Written on: 20/11/2002

160 mph ?? Yeah right m8. Is that only after the car has lost most of it's body weight due to rust !!

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Franc's Response to A J.'s Review

Written on: 25/04/2004

I have respect for those little cars; the acceleration and power kicked out by the turbo. But, here in south Africa I Have seen too many accidents with uno's to actually want one, sorry. Reverse into a pole and write off the little car, due to poorly designed stucture and safety, for a gain in weight loss -(if you know what I mean). Take care

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Loooni's Response to A J.'s Review

Written on: 03/01/2004

Had 1.3 (mk1) uno and was running 17 p.s.i. Not sure about 160 mph but I was three down (one lad weighed about 18 stone) and it was still building up speed at 131 mph, but couldnt let it rev out to max speed cuz I had to get off the motor way. Had bigger wheels on though so not sure how accurate speedo was. Anyway, 160mph or not, surely the acceleration makes up for any loss on max speed, eh?

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The Mk1 Kid's Response to A J.'s Review

Written on: 23/11/2003

I am sorry but thats crud the lot of u are talking rubbish...If u can PROVE it with a rolling road print out then i will my shorts my next door neighbours and a pair chosen at ranodom for every bhp at the wheels thats over 240!!

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73404_Trev.'s Response to A J.'s Review

Written on: 16/02/2003

Well folks, i owned an uno turbo.
It was a 1.3 turbo, had a stage 2 hybrid turbo on a rebuilt engine, gas flowed head, it had the boost valve, a baileys dump valve, full k & n induction kit and a full scorpion system running a 4" tail pipe. I can tell you guys that the car was running on a psi of 14 and was kicking out 231 bhp and was good for 148mph, very scary when cornering on 15's lowered so much that the arches rubbed.
Reluctantly i sold the car 2 mnths ago for 4 grand, f reg with 89,000 miles. It is now ready for the scrap heap and i'm gutted.

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Badman348.'s Response to A J.'s Review

Written on: 22/01/2003

A blueprint it where the engine has been set to a factory standard

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Westaaa.'s Response to A J.'s Review

Written on: 21/11/2002

Ive never heard of or seen a Uno Turbo, doin 160mph. I know you can get them to have the same power to weight ratio of a ferrari. Wots this blueprint your on about, I've never heard of them.

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