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- Fri Oct 14, 2011 7:48 am
- Forum: Performance
- Topic: 2.5 future mods - engine direction?
- Replies: 36
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Is there no one exept me that lowe the wail of the six at full revs and the super direct reponse when you move the gaspedal just a tiny bit, instead of the rubberband steam engine feel of a blown engine?
- Wed Sep 21, 2011 9:18 am
- Forum: Gearbox, Clutch and Driveshaft
- Topic: Alex Jupe's short shift mechanism
- Replies: 10
- Views: 5726
If you have problems with crunching between gears 1-2, alfa did adress this problem in the late Alfa 75. For first gear there is a very special syncronisation ring that is threathed for more friction, so the box works much better on quick shifts. That ring is much more expensive than the normal ones...
That is not really correct, the diameter from the collector is bigger, and then it was followed up with a exhaust system with larger diameter.75evo wrote:There is no significant difference between the V6 CSC SV and normale. The only real difference is the joint to to mid muffler is slightly bigger.
Could be true. Look at the S14 (M3) race or even street engines. They have short but fat primaries. Good for top end power for high revving engines, which is where most 4-valve engines make their power anyway. With some of the new lobe designs, you can make the 2-valve V6 make power all the way to ...
Jim, looking in your book, the THS manifold is a direct copy of the ANSA/CSC type with long primary pipes. When I use these i have a feeling that they are very good for midrange, but not so good for high rpm. The engine feels a bit strangled on top. I have tried engines with the ES30/SZ manifolds th...