Is the Fiat Punto a good car to tune?
The Punto is a great car tuning project base to play with. The small light chassis handles well, and responds to mods that increase power. It is a fun car to drive, whatever engine you have and there are certainly many candidates out there for an engine swap or power upgrade.
What are the mods for a stage 3 Fiat Punto?
Typical stage 3 mods often include: Competition cam, Internal engine upgrades (pistons/head/valves), Adding or upgrading forced induction (turbo/supercharger), Sports gearbox, Engine balancing. Your aims when tuning should be a flat and wide torque output.
What kind of engine does a Fiat Punto have?
Turbo-charged 1.6 16V Bravo engine is underway for example, and the Sporting (90) 1600 bottom end can be used with an otherwise GT engine and some custom work to create a 1.6 GT. As with all engine swaps uprated brakes and suspension are recommended and pretty much essential. Brembo 4-pots from a coupe are a common swap, requiring custom brackets.
What are the typical mods for a Punto?
Typical stage 1 mods often include: Panel air filter, Remap, Suspension upgrade (drop 30-40mm), Alloy wheels, Sports exhaust, Lighter flywheel. Typical stage 2 mods often include: fuel pump upgrades, Power/Sport clutch, Ported and polished head, high flow fuel injector, Fast road cam.
What kind of accessories do I need for my Fiat Punto?
1 Towing & Hitches 2 Roof Racks 3 Wiper Blades 4 Chrome Trim 5 Body Kits 6 Headlights 7 Tail Lights 8 Custom Hoods 9 Car Covers 10 Fender Flares 11 Mirrors 12 Bug Deflectors 13 License Plates & Frames 14 Light Covers 15 Bike Racks 16 Mud Flaps 17 Emblems & Logos 18 Sunroof Visors 19 Car Wraps 20 Custom Automotive Horns
In addition, interior and engine parts of the Fiat Punto were modified. The entry level was equipped with 1.2 petrol or 1.9 diesel unit and with 96in wheelbase. The Fiat Punto sport version was offered with 1.2 L 16V engine and 6-speed manual, as well as with 1.8 HGT that was capable of 130 mph.