[DML] Re: PRV Performance
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[DML] Re: PRV Performance

Since these engines are no longer used, the problem is the aftermarket
performance bolt on parts. If you have the money to swap to a Chevy
engine-then go for it, because you then have the ability to upgrade
parts, there are stroker kits available for the 350-you get the idea.
All we [PRV owners] can do with the engine (while keeping a stock
look) is replace camshafts, the heads and do some port/polish. You can
go crazy and get thinner liners and get custom pistons to get a
desired compression. We can also try different methods of fuel
delivery-carburetion, EFI, whatever. Ultimately, it will be tough to
get considerable gain in HP without a turbo kit. So you're either
stuck with stock and 130, or you've got up to 190 using DMCH and their
methods, you go with a different engine or you spend the money on a
turbo. BTW, you guys think 6K for a new performance engine for the
DeLorean is bad? You should see how much it is to just buy a
muffler-let alone a new performance engine for a Lamborghini is!
-----Dani B. #5003

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