Hello to all Fiat nutters. My real name is Peter. Some of you might know me from other forums. My name suggests that I am not of Indian decend. Currently I am based outside of London towards the East, which is also known as the djungle of Essex. They have no tigers there, but much worse beast, which like to call themselves humans. Just because I live on this small island called Great Britain doesn't make me English. Well, I am not. I am German. Now it is up to you to decide whether it is worse to have a German or another British on your site. Being German means to be arrogant. If I fail to be German/arrogant you can hold this against me, otherwise don't complain. After all it was decided by the British that Germans are to be arrogant. You can hold it against them. The bunch I derive from isn't supposed to be funny either. In case I should fail on this too, try not to doubt my roots. After all I am a human and this means I am not perfect. In my profile I had to state that I am a Fiat enthusiast. I couldn't click on what I own. I own Fiats despite the fact that I can't stand Sergio Marchionne, the CEO of the Fiat group, who is responsible for the Alfa Romeo desaster and the poor service rating of Fiat all over the world. I was growing up with/in Fiats. My favorite Fiat is the 500. I mean the real 500 and not this overweight and oversized poor copy of the original one. 47 years ago I made first contact with them when my mother bought the first one of three with a power output of 13bhp. One day I will get one myself. Unfortunately they are not cheap to get hold of now. I own five Fiat Cinquecentos, one Punto Mk1 and currently only one Fiat Seicento as well as an Alfa Romeo 33. Now you might wonder what brings me to an Indian car forum? To start with I have to confess that I was married to an Indian. She left me for something better. However that does not make me hate India. I always wanted to visit India. It took me about fourty years to manage. Last year I decided to make steps to make room for my desire to visit and possibly spend a considerable amount of time in India. In my spare time I write scripts for movies, which I might turn into a second profession beginning of 2011. I am not totally new to the show business. I have been doing sound engineering for over 8 years alongside performance tuning and automotive engineering (wehere the automotive engineering side was a bit on the back burner). Today my core business is to design AIRs (air intake revisions. You might have guessed that I have done some work on Fiats since I own some. Correct, I have. And I have to admit that tuning Fiat engines is fun. The engines have got a lot of potential. Unfortunately India is missing out on the Diesel side. It is a shame that you don't have the 1.6 TD, 1.9 TD and the 2.0 TD. Anyway that's a different story and has notyhing to do with my introduction. I am in process of setting up a base in Mumbai in order of tuning Fiats and other cars. I am sure I have forgotten a few things, but if you are not bored by now, feel free to ask.