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Robin
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6th Mar 07 at 19:22   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Standard X30XE (quoted at 207bhp, but most seem to make more, probably 230 on average), plus Jenvey ITBs, standard heads, standard manifolds, stainless exhaust....

what power should be expected?
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230+
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Warren G
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can i ask why your asking?

is it now a v6 on tb's into a b instead of a 1600 on carbs

won't of fort it would make much more that 250bhp
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I was just looking at Jenveys site tbh, it caught my eye and I wondered.

I was thinking it'd be more than 250... Standard MV6s make 240, even though the book figure is 207

3k is a lot for 10bhp
ed
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V6's don't rev. They are fat arse lazy engines built for torque.
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Who needs revs?

It's all about the power delivery, not the high end power
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i would love to hear a v6 on tbs dont care how much faster it makes it
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the big jag engines work well on tb's. got some pics somewhere....
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quote:
Originally posted by Robin
Who needs revs?

It's all about the power delivery, not the high end power
I reckon the power may stay quite low, but the torque delivery would be massive... Move it quite low too. Perhaps with a steel bottom end you could get it to rev to 8k and get loads of power
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gotta be near 280bhp
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They are poo.

Guy who did the 4x4 mk1 tried that first and said it was pony.
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http://www.ianjemison.co.uk/
They are getting 260bhp and 215 lbft torque out of there V6 engines
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Lot of money for not a lot of power then
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How short would the trumpets need to be to fit under a corsa B bonnet, is it possible without knocking the bonnet out with a hammer!?
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The ones in that silver Nova pic must go, but I reckon you'd have trouble with pulse tuning trying to use the bonnet as a pulse plate

 
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