2017 124 Classica
I've done much bigger jobs, replaced both engine & trans at different times) in my 500 Abarth... my main challenge is having a place to work as I live in an apartment. The garage I normally borrow is occupied as my friend got a roommate who uses it. So I will likely have to hit up a friend 100 miles away in katy for floor space if I don't want to do it in the parking lot here, which doesn't sound like a good idea due to so much rain lately in this part of the state.It's really not a difficult installation. The only difficulty you may have is fitting the joiner pipe into the factory intercooler hose on the driver's side as you may need to heat it and stretch it to get the coupler to slide in. The rest is pretty much plug and play. Having a friend to help will make the installation easier, but FYI, I did it by my self and I'm retirement age.
Just test fit what I have, and bugger those clamps are tight on the silicon elbow. But I think it'll do.