[DMCForum] Re: PRV forged internals
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[DMCForum] Re: PRV forged internals

The key thing here is contacts.....and lawyers.
That's why I asked in my original post who here has access to this.
If anyone here knows where to start or whom I should contact I would
greatly appreciate it.   As to importing an engine.....well if its
not EPA certified your in for allot of red tape.  In short its easier
just to have the parts shipped.

Here is the link to the epa document for engine importation
http://www.epa.gov/otaq/imports/forms/3520-21.pdf I would have to
declare it as offroad and you can get into allot of trouble if they
find out otherwise after the fact. Also they can challenge the import
(which does happen) in which case you had better have a good lawyer
if you have a hope of getting that engine home.

--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxx> wrote:
> If you have the contacts and money, just buy yourself
> a Alpine 610 engine...  Then rework it to fit in the
> DMC.
> --- stitsien <stitsien@xxxx> wrote:
> > I wouldn't go so far as to say super PRV as forced
> > induction prepped
> > PRV. I looked at the extrude website, that could be
> > useful but it
> > would just be the equivalent of port and polished at
> > the end of the
> > day with more strength. I'd rather pursue a forged
> > internal solution
> > with forced induction at 15psi/1bar. I've read that
> > both Renault and
> > Peugeot used forged internals in variations of the
> > PRV in the 80's
> > with single turbo applications and Renault I believe
> > using the same
> > block and head we use. I'm willing to order the
> > parts from the UK or
> > France if needed "if even possible."
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