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    Hi,
    as previously discussed, I'm picking up my first Ferrari next week (if the plates are transfered), its a red F355 Berlinetta.
    I'm already think of a few "improvements" I can make to the car and though the engine bay is already really clean, I'm going to go for some detailing.
    I'm looking for some pics of 355 engine bays for some inspiration, or any model I guess for that matter.
    I've seen a Carbon airbox which I thought looked really cool, I'm thinking the usual stuff like braided hose's, some tidying/ paint.
    Many thanks, Richard.

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    Check out Terry's engine out service thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardwilliamson View Post
    Hi,
    as previously discussed, I'm picking up my first Ferrari next week (if the plates are transfered), its a red F355 Berlinetta.
    I'm already think of a few "improvements" I can make to the car and though the engine bay is already really clean, I'm going to go for some detailing.
    I'm looking for some pics of 355 engine bays for some inspiration, or any model I guess for that matter.
    I've seen a Carbon airbox which I thought looked really cool, I'm thinking the usual stuff like braided hose's, some tidying/ paint.
    Many thanks, Richard.
    Richard,

    I believe GruppeM make a carbon induction system for the 355

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    Terry's thread's what you want.

    Better spec fuel lines would be a very wise option.

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    Blue hoses and polish required
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    Congratulations on the purchase you’ll love it! Just don’t forget to drive it in between detailing the engine bay!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littleblackflash View Post
    Blue hoses and polish required
    Blue hoses,a man of taste.....
    40°52'31.17"N............. 29°20'25.48"E

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