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  1. #91
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    That's cheap!!!!
    Engine specifications:

    -2650cc 90 degree V8
    -DOHC
    -4 valve per cylinder
    -magnesium valve covers, front/rear engine covers, camshaft/lifter housing
    -aluminum head and block
    -camshafts run on miniature bearing shells in cylinder heads
    -dual valve springs and titanium retainers
    -3 piston ring package
    -750hp at about 13,000rpm on super speedways and 11,500 on road courses
    -88mm bore(bore varied from 88 to 92mm) and 53mm stroke(stroke varied to keep engine 2650cc displacement)
    -single 72mm throttle body
    -8 injectors mounted at the top of the intake manifold
    -non intercooled
    -technically 7 oil pumps in the motor. 4 scavange pumps in the oil pan(crankcase is completely compartmentalized); crankcase separated into 4 bulkhead of 2 cyl each. each bulkhead has its own oil pump. 1 main oil pressure pump in the block. 2 secondary oil pumps driven off camshafts in each head
    -2 water pumps. 1 per bank
    -mechanical Hilbort fuel pump. electric just cant keep up
    -boost pressure ran is about 1.6bar (23.5psi)
    -clutch is a 5.25" AP Racing twin disk, no starter ring gear on flywheel
    Beautiful engine ready for SVRA competition.

    Rare engine, additional spares available, al service parts available for additional cost. Turbocharger available at additional cost.

    This engine will be shipped in a fiberglass Indycar engine shipping container.

    E-mail for truck shipping cost or pickup in southeastern Indiana.





    Love unique engines!!!!!
    Another Ford v8 that should fit is the SHO v8 tauras engine. Would fit transverse as
    Well as longitudinal.
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  2. #92
    The new Alfa Romeo 90 degree v6 would be sweet. It's basically half a Ferrari v12 California.

  3. #93
    Quote Originally Posted by jc120 View Post
    The new Alfa Romeo 90 degree v6 would be sweet. It's basically half a Ferrari v12 California.
    Cali is only V8 with Turbo version more recent, no? You are thinking of 599?

  4. #94
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    Alpha Romeo Giulia

  5. #95
    Quote Originally Posted by fcat360 View Post
    Cali is only V8 with Turbo version more recent, no? You are thinking of 599?
    I think that's it. It's a 90 degree v12 with the turbos mounted in between the cylinders.

    Anyways the Alpha Romeo Guilia Quadrifoglio with 505hp is the top model with twin turbos. I've never seen one in person but I'd imagine it sounds heavenly. It was just featured on a recent episode of "Grand Tour"

  6. #96
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    Skip to the 2:10 mark. Are cars have something in common
    https://youtu.be/7ts_j5Pmwb0

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