Re: [DML] Genuine Renault EFI Turbo engine for sale
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Re: [DML] Genuine Renault EFI Turbo engine for sale



I have Turbos, and a second engine for donor parts....
 if someone is interested!  :)


--- Martin Gutkowski <martin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi All
> 
> I've decided to put the feelers out for getting rid
> of some of the rarer 
> items on my shelf. I don't think I'll ever use this
> stuff because I'm 
> keen to go down the 3 litre route, so it's just
> sitting there and is a 
> factory 250hp drop-in engine. You'll need to do some
> plumbing of exhaust 
> and intake pipework, and ideally include an
> intercooler, but no 
> modifications to the car or existing components will
> be required. You'll 
> also have to wire in an ecu....
> 
> A known good basic 2458cc GTA V6 Turbo engine which
> I will fit a 
> DeLorean crank case to.
> I will supply a brand new intake manifold and
> injector rails (worth £500 
> on their own)
> An EFI bellhousing to bolt up to your existing
> transmission (this is 
> almost identical apart from the ECU's trigger
> sensor)
> I have a proper EFI flywheel which I will modify in
> the same way as was 
> done on twin turbo #2727
> I will supply a brand new engine management system
> that supports that 
> pattern (worth £650 - $1300). This ecu will drive
> the stock ignition 
> system. I will also include a new genuine flywheel
> trigger sensor.
> 
> £1500 ($3000). Much of this is the cost of the ECU!
> 
> What you'll need to do:
> 
> 1: Fit a sump! There's little point in my buying and
> shipping one over 
> from the us only to ship the engine back. I'll
> include a new gasket
> 2: Buy a set of injectors of your choice - standard
> Bosch type
> 3: Plumb in your turbo(s) and exhaust. The engine is
> externally 
> identical so any existing turbo kit will bolt
> straight on (this is how I 
> did #2727)
> 4: Install a throttle body of your choice.
> 5: Add in sensors required by the ECU and map up.
> The ECU comes with 
> full instructions and tech support.
> 
> Any questions, drop me a mail. This is a project for
> the experienced DIY-er.
> 
> Martin - www.delorean.co.uk
> #1458
> #11766
> ex #4426
> 
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