Re: [DML] "Fastest" DeLoreans (WAS: Don Steger's cams)
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Re: [DML] "Fastest" DeLoreans (WAS: Don Steger's cams)



Bruce,

On 12/24/06, BRUCE BENSON <delornut@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Distant cousins would probably be the best way to describe the "WFD's" engine's
> relationship with most 3.8's.

Oh, yes. I agree completely.

Dennis:

> A Fairly complete run down of the Gale Bank's engine can be read at this Link.
> http://www.entermyworld.com/articles/various-1989/

Thank you for the link! Sweet writeup. Didn't say exactly which engine
they used, but there are some hints. The year (1981) and the Stage
I/II mentions look to make like they used the 4.1l version of the LD5
V6. I know the article /says/ 3.8, but the "Stage I / Stage II"
mentions really lead me to believe it was the 4.1.

I'll bet this project ran into, or at least near, 6 digits in price. Amazing.

-Ryan


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