Re: [DML] DeLorean vs Volvo F Series Question (Martin Gutkowski)
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Re: [DML] DeLorean vs Volvo F Series Question (Martin Gutkowski)

Doesn't your 11/28/06 post to the BBS answer that
question -- What is an F Series engine doing in the UK? If your info
RE: Renault's efforts to import into Switzerland is correct, then
emissions controls are required there (pertinent to DeLorean owners
because you identify that engine configuration as the basis of our
original blocks). Your B28F could have been intended for the Swiss market.

I have never disputed that you've done a lot of PRV retrofitting in
DeLorean engine bays. 

Isn't all that retrofitting prima facie evidence that the stock
DeLorean configuration is sub-optimal.

I believe your direct quote RE: the E series configuration in your
personal DeLorean was "weeee." DeLoreans weren't weeee from the factory.

There is much room for improvement.

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <martin@...> wrote:
> Bill,
> I bought an F series Volvo engine (complete with Volvo pulleys, crank 
> case and sump) still on it's cradle with the engine code starting B28F, 
> stripped it down to its components parts and used them to build a 
> DeLorean engine...........  I've stripped and used B280E's, B29's, Z6W's, Z7U's, Z7X's....
> Exactly what an F series engine was doing in the UK I have no idea.

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