[DML] Re: Production twin turbo PRV
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[DML] Re: Production twin turbo PRV


What about using the W8 or W12 engines out of the new VW's?  I heard 
they were small, compact enough to fit in the D engine bay, and 
packed a good punch when it comes to HP.  Might also be a lot cheaper 
once they become more abundant eh?

Vin 3323 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Christophe Vieira" 
<chris_delorean@xxxx> wrote:
> Nothing to add. ;-)
> I definitely agree with you, to get a great engine, the DeLorean 
> original engine is not really the "best" choice, a good base has to 
> be found, something like a 3L V6 24 valves for example or an 
> electrical engine like the Fetish, the latest car developed by 
> Pastor... The price is only about $660.000. ;-)
> Best regards from France,
> Chris.
> #04271/DL1981.
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <martin@xxxx> 
> > I'm going to measure my words carefully in this e-mail (or try 
to :-
> )
> > 
> > Without reciting a lot of Venturi-related history, which I have 
> been 
> > very interested in since discovering that Venturi produced an 
> Esprit 
> > competitor with a PRV engine that happens to be stunningly 
> beautiful 
> > (IMO), the Atlantique 300 single-turbo, which I absolutely and 
> > completely must own one day, you can read about it here
> > 
> > http://www.pistonheads.com/doc.asp?c=103&i=3624
> > 
> > (The 300 had a 12v, contrary to that article)
> > 
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