- Jul 22, 2005
- Milano, Italia
- 5 cars + 8 motorcycles
Thanks I haven't actually changed the ECU yet, we have just established the the ECU is broken, now I'm looking around for a new (used) one. A new ECU cost close to 1000 euros, so I'm hoping to find something a bit cheaper.I'm sorry to hear that mate!!! I really think it's a piece of beauty that Lancia! But if you say that after the revision the car it's ok, I guess the money spent was worth it. Wasn't it?
About what you said some posts before ( it looks like I 'haven't been around this thread for a long time ) I really think that it's a great idea to keep the car original as much as possible. That's what makes them cool, the purity of it's original design and performance!!!
But we checked every other possibility apart from the ECU too, since that is the most expensive part to change. And fortunatly the rest of the electrical system, the VAE valve and pretty much everything else was in mint condition.
Regarding keeping the car original, I have decided 100% for sure that I will keep the car original in every way. It is more than fast enough as it is and it feels really good to have a car like this in the condition it left the factory