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Can i change ferrari 458 battery on my own and do i need any resetting?


Hi there, make sure you have a battery minder hooked up or you will lose the radio amongst other things possible.

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Fabulous Ferrari


In terms of style and automotive technology, it is the Ferrari that leads the pack and the new F430 is definitely full of promise. It is the update of the 350 Modena and the model first graced the world at the Paris Motor Show at the end of September. It still retains the unmistakable Ferrari look that originated with the Enzo and a number of design elements were adapted and incorporated. It has the all-new 4.3-liter engine with 490 horsepower. The unit was based on the engines of the Maserati models. The basic look of the Ferrari F430 originates from the F355 and it was from the F355 that the 360 Modena evolved. Soon, the F430 adapted the look. While the 360 has these horizontal headlights, the Ferrari F430 features vertical headlights almost identical to the Enzo's. The F430 also has bigger front air intakes and a small splitter in the middle much like the Enzo. The F430 has eliminated the small nose in the center of the bumper and features a larger front spoiler air duct on the trailing edge. The influence of the Enzo on the Ferrari F430 is maintained on both the rear and lower air intakes. The taillights are mounted high on the back fascia. There are five cutouts on all sides of the engine cover of the F430 while there is none for the 360. The rear air diffuser with Enzo-esque vertical canes is more prominent on the F430 and the rear bumper has a more natural integration into the rear body compared to the 360. The aluminum space frame of the Ferrari F430 and the 360 are basically the same but the F430 has that Maserati 4.3 liter V8 engine. It has an output of 490 horsepower with a torque of 343 lb-ft. It is certainly more powerful than the 360 Modena with a higher power-to-weight ratio. In just 4 seconds, the F430 can reach 62 mph with a top speed of 196 mph. The F430 is the pioneering V8 Ferrari to have driver aid control fixed to the steering wheel, as seen previously on the 612 Scaglietti and Enzo. There is a knob on the right known as the manettino by the drivers on the Ferrari F1 team. It controls the dynamic modes of the car. Shifting with the de riguer paddle shifters can be done in just 150 milliseconds and this sends power through the differential, which is electronically controlled. Such a new technology was adapted from the F1 team. The 19-inch, dual-spoke wheels of the F430 are reminiscent to the Enzo's. $20,000 carbon-ceramic brakes can also be fitted as an add-on. Like all Ferrari vehicles, the F430 does not come cheap. When it became available in the US, it was in the $200,000 range but sold even higher than the window sticker price due to such a huge demand. The first few cars that were sold reportedly cost a quarter of a million dollars.
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Fabulous Ferrari


In terms of style and automotive technology, it is the Ferrari that leads the pack and the new F430 is definitely full of promise. It is the update of the 350 Modena and the model first graced the world at the Paris Motor Show at the end of September.
It still retains the unmistakable Ferrari look that originated with the Enzo and a number of design elements were adapted and incorporated. It has the all-new 4.3-liter engine with 490 horsepower. The unit was based on the engines of the Maserati models.
The basic look of the Ferrari F430 originates from the F355 and it was from the F355 that the 360 Modena evolved. Soon, the F430 adapted the look.
While the 360 has these horizontal headlights, the Ferrari F430 features vertical headlights almost identical to the Enzo's. The F430 also has bigger front air intakes and a small splitter in the middle much like the Enzo. The F430 has eliminated the small nose in the center of the bumper and features a larger front spoiler air duct on the trailing edge.
The influence of the Enzo on the Ferrari F430 is maintained on both the rear and lower air intakes. The taillights are mounted high on the back fascia. There are five cutouts on all sides of the engine cover of the F430 while there is none for the 360. The rear air diffuser with Enzo-esque vertical canes is more prominent on the F430 and the rear bumper has a more natural integration into the rear body compared to the 360.
The aluminum space frame of the Ferrari F430 and the 360 are basically the same but the F430 has that Maserati 4.3 liter V8 engine. It has an output of 490 horsepower with a torque of 343 lb-ft. It is certainly more powerful than the 360 Modena with a higher power-to-weight ratio. In just 4 seconds, the F430 can reach 62 mph with a top speed of 196 mph.
The F430 is the pioneering V8 Ferrari to have driver aid control fixed to the steering wheel, as seen previously on the 612 Scaglietti and Enzo. There is a knob on the right known as the manettino by the drivers on the Ferrari F1 team. It controls the dynamic modes of the car. Shifting with the de riguer paddle shifters can be done in just 150 milliseconds and this sends power through the differential, which is electronically controlled. Such a new technology was adapted from the F1 team. The 19-inch, dual-spoke wheels of the F430 are reminiscent to the Enzo's. $20,000 carbon-ceramic brakes can also be fitted as an add-on.
Like all Ferrari vehicles, the F430 does not come cheap. When it became available in the US, it was in the $200,000 range but sold even higher than the window sticker price due to such a huge demand. The first few cars that were sold reportedly cost a quarter of a million dollars.
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I want acknowledgement of ferrari


What do you mean by "acknowledgement of Ferrari"? Acknowledgement of what?

Wikipedia has a good history of Ferrari, perhaps that's what you're looking for?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrari

That's a great company, lots of history. Should be a fun report for you.

Mar 05, 2013 | Ferrari Cars & Trucks

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Where can i find champion A-6G spark plugs for my 1986 Ferrari


Check the "cross reference:
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A6 / DR8EA
A6G / DR8EIX

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1986 ferrari testarossa - european specs.


Try and get a manual. I have a 308, trying to work it out really pissed me off. Otherwise get a breakdown of what happens from the parts department-this trick often works for me.

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Looking for a used Ferrari 360


For starters, there's no such thing as a 2006 Ferrari Enzo. They weren't produced past 2004, and even then, they only made 400 in 2 years. Second, if you're finding a $50k Ferrari 360, turn around and walk away. You should be paying 3 times that amount for a well kept Ferrari with reasonably low mileage. Go to a dealer, and ask there if you're serious. A Ferrari dealer isn't just a used car salesman...they would double as an art dealer offering their customer as much of the best service as possible. You should look for a very well kept and intensive maintenance record, with any and all work being done by a certified Ferrari mechanic. You should also be able to see and contact any and all previous owners. There shouldn't be too many problems at all unless there was an incident or a rough driver, but for the most part, they're driven conservatively by people who see these cars as investments, and not collectors items. Collectors don't sell Ferrari's, they trade for other Ferrari's with other Ferrari guys. If you don't know what you're getting into, hold off until you do your research. A Ferrari isn't just another car, and deserves more than just another driver.

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Replace the timing belt


It is recommended to replace both the timing belt and the tensioner bearings every 30,000 miles for the models you listed. Other models like the 360 Modena are best replaced every 3 years. The cost (parts and labor) to replace the timing belt on both the Ferrari 308 and 328 will run about $3,000. The Ferrari 348 will cost a bit more at $4,000. No Ferrari is inexpensive to maintain. However, the 308 and 328 will be the least expensive for basic maintenance. Furthermore, if you plan to drive under 2,500 miles per year (or 5,000 miles - 2nd tier), you can insure the car as a collector's vehicle and pay a much, much lower insurance premium.

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Ferrari 600


Hey - Ferrari fooled us - according to edmunds this is Ferrari 599 for 5,999cc of displacement.
Previously, I had been complaining that the car in the spy photos looked like the most recent generation of corvettes. I think the Ferrari 599 definitely sets itself apart. However, in its overall proportions it does have some similarities. What if those headlight clusters were arranged horizontally and front fenders were less distinct?
I like the turned up wing in the back but what happened the multiple taillights? I'm not real crazy about those single taillights.
As far as the best Ferrari ever? I bet this thing blows the doors off the 575, 550, or Testarossa series which are the fair comparisons.
In the looks department - overall better looking than the new 2+2. Definitely more aggressive and high in pinnache. Its better looking than the outgoing 575m. Sorry, I still think the Testarossa series looks better and hey that 288 is a bad *** machine too.
Given the choice between the Ferrari and an Aston Martin - since styling is so important to me - its the Aston hands down.

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Info 456 GT Ferrari


The 456 is the classic Ferrari GT with the 2+2 configuration destined to change how owners view the 2+2 Ferrari. Designed by Pininfarina, the 456 GT is the most beautiful 2+2 GT in the world and will remain a classic. In this Guide William Taylor will take you through all the details of what to look for from electrical bugs to cost of ownership. After the fun of learning about the 456's drivability the Ferrari Life team will explain the expected cost of repairs and possible problems that might occur during ownership of this car. We close off the guide with the expectations of being a Ferrari owner and the mystique of joining this unique club.

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