Hi Geom Welcome to The Forum Any pictures of your uno in Athens I&8217ve done a quick search for you and found one or two. httpwww.fiatforum.comsearch.phpsearchid313211 are the results for searching Greenfilter. Morty Mort has a good post in httpwww.fiatforum.comshowthread....ghlightfilter thread regarding the Oil Breather filter. Please return and let us all know how the Green filter performs and tell us a bit more in the mean time enjoy fiat Forum and spread the word. Kind Regards
Nice set up Morten The cam breather filter is all to often forgotten. LOL how many zebra did you skin to re-trim the uno Morten Looks good Originally Posted by uno_94 you know were the filter is bolted on how big is that hole cheers. The easiest way to find out is to remove the front part of air filter (1 clip each side and one underneath) then the back part &8211 (1 X 10MM bolt on top) and measure
Originally Posted by geom Finally the Green filter came and installed. Take a look at httpwww.fiatforum.comgallerysho...00&ppuser9533 . The noise is nice and not too loud at about 2500-3500 RPMs. Also i think that it had a little change in torque. Get yourself a cold air feed sorted and you will get a little more power At the moment youre pulling in warm air from the top of the engine bay - get some
it off before dragracing -) Note that cool air comes directly on filter - no hot air from your radiator It shows sligth performance up - and you should always put another small filter to carter ventilation system 1. SCT air filter 2. 100mm Large tube 3. Teperature off isolation 4. Smal SCJ filter on carter ventilation Attached Thumbnails             __________________ fiat
K & N for Diesel Well bro it seems K&N doesnt make one for uno. I have managed to install a cone shaped high flowing one thru minor alterations but since the engine bay is compact it breathes in hot air all the time. Well u wouldnt gain many horses thru an air filter. Perhaps u r looking for a washable alternative that lasts longer than the stock paper element. Id recommend the stock paper element
Omer Thanks. K&N makes airfilter for uno. knfilter.com my problem is that i am not able to find something which suits uno Diesel 1.7. Whatever K&N makes for uno does noit suit my filter size. I think I need to change the filter more often. I deont think that I would want to fix a cone filter in my uno with the kind of problems which you are facing. thanks anyway. bangalore_uno
Yo Welcome Mate I meant I couldnt find K&N for Diesel uno. Rgds. Omer
Best place to put the air filter is... ...in the air filter housing Seriously have you any pictures of the air filter you want to fit Would give the forum a better idea of where it might be able to go.
You should be able to do something very similar to Mnitcores installation though his was on a FIRE engine. Check this link out for an idea of what can be achieved httpwww.fiatforum.comuno-technic...htm%40nticore
hi prob K & N air filters are the best. Find them at this site httpwww.motorsportworld.co.ukframe-detail.aspPAGEavo-suspension.htm Look for replacemnt air filters. Its quite difficult to find parts for fiat uno 1.0 i.e start as i cant find many things myself Anyway good luck [8D]
Try Need For Speed they have a good selection of uno parts quite expensive though. You could get a cone filter youd take the airbox off measure the flange of the throttle body and get a cone that size. httpwww.needforspeed.co.ukpagessbv_c.aspType1&VehicleFTuno01&UserNFS
Thats right you shouldnt have to worry about any oil pipes or anything. But if i were you id just get a replacement k&n cotton element there much cheaper and work just as well. If you get a cone filter you have to start getting cold air ducting to the filter and this means more money and hassle.
Hey Niode Thats a picture of MY engine Except mine has the standard airbox on it. Tempted to put a sport filter on but have other things more pressing at the moment Still interesting to see what it would look like with a cone filter on it. Chas
have you got one to try i had a green cone that was fitted to my uno and that fitted to my sei my uno was a 999 i.e hobby - so a start with a few extras
If youve got a monojetronic uno u can just take the air filter housing off buy an adapter to fit on top (like a piece of metal which bolts to the carb) and then put a cone filter on font colorblackPics of my uno are on my homepage see User Profile.font idblack
Quote Originally posted by moshpit666 monojetronic uno its a 1.0 ie fire engine thanx 4 all ur help The SPi (Single Point injection) is referred to as MonoJetronic made by Bosch its a part of the throttle body on the inlet manifold . Looks and works similiar as a carburettor except the fuel is injected. Its a hybrid sort of thing. Morten. abarth 14 wheels on good-year eagle ventura. abarth steering.
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Ive been in touch with Pipercross and they say the adaptor wont fit the SPi on the unos. So aftermarket filters must be bought after measuring the flange on the throttle body. Morten. abarth 14 wheels on good-year eagle ventura. abarth steering. inter-alloy 40 mm lowering. monroe sens-a-track shocks. phoenix gold audio. dalmatian refurnish. projects air intake. front seats. exhaust. rear tint.
The throttle body is underneath the air filter box. First detatch the air filter housing and remove the filter. Pull off the oil breather hose and vacuum hose from the air filter box. Unscrew the nut on top of the filter box and withdraw it. Be careful so you dont damage the seal. Now your throtle body is revealed. You might refer to the throttle body as an injection unit. Example of a flange Your
Well i didnt know the adapter wouldnt fit thanx Morten Norway for checking it out i was going to buy one soon so now i know If the filter just goes over the throttle body would that mean you could fit a filter like this httpknfilters.comRacing14inch.htm font colorblackPics of my uno are on my homepage see User Profile.font idblack
Hei Chris. I think this filter is for a carburettor. It might be too little space (near bulkhead - called torpedo-wall in Norway) for the filter above. Ive been in touch with the Norwegian K&N importer but we havent made any deal yet and therefore not chosen the appropriate filter. Im waiting a month until the MOT is passed before doing any investments. Itll be alright with a conic air filter like
Yep It does indeed....It is a feature found on most cars....and removing it completely isnt the best answer for most SPI or carbed engines especially in winter as they do rely on some warm air to run best even when the weather is hot. If the weather is hot you can get away with removing the pipe and the warm air is provided by the engine heating up the engine bay....but the best bet is to leave the
the K&N is a bolt on carb tho isnt that better 4 performance than the filter alone I find it kinda funnyi find i kinda sad the dreams in which im drivin my uno are the best i eva had
but is the green filter a replacement 4 the standard air filterif it is i wud prefer a proper K&N so it looks the part
mine wasnt but i dont know if mine was a universal green filter or an uno fit one I Have A Cinq Sporting... ...Click Here To Look At It
i have a 306 green filter on my uno 45.....removed the origion filter from the filter box and the inlet pipe and bolted it straight on the end does do much for sound but it looks the mutts nuts.