Re: [DML] Performance PRV Pics Uploaded
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Re: [DML] Performance PRV Pics Uploaded

That's a photo of a Ferrari replica made by a company called NF Autos 
who are about 5 miles from my house. It's based on a simple 2.6 odd-fire 
with triple webers which were standard on Alpine A310 race cars (hen's 
teeth) and the Talbot Tagora (!). Thoese weber setups change hands for 
over £500 / $1000

A good friend of mine had a GTA Atmo with triple webers and the thing 
went like the wind, however was dynoed at only 160hp at the flywheel. 
The torque was what set that engine apart. It also only got 13mpg and 
the throttle was like an on-off switch. We're in the middle of getting a 
3 litre even fire from a Renault Safrane running in that car after the 
triple weber engine blew up. That engine puts out 170hp as standard 
before the addition of his existing free-flow 21" headers and 
aftermarked remapped ECU.



content22207 wrote:

> Since I was uploading to #5939's photo album anyway, I've added two
> pics of what the PRV looks like in a performance Renault application.
> Should put to rest any speculation about whether carburetion is
> suitable for high performance (NASCAR runs carburetion too, BTW).
> Notice the transmissions -- same input shafts as ours?
> Bill Robertson
> #5939

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