Blog 5


  • Alfa Romeo V6


    The Alfa Romeo V6 has been also quite popular in "kit car" type vehicles like the Ultima GTR,Hawk HF Series and DAX and is also used in the Gillet Vertigo sports car.

    Features:
    1. Successor - JTS engine
    2. Displacement
    (i) 2.0 L (1,997 cc (122 cu in))
    (ii) 2.5 L (2,492 cc (152 cu in))
    (iii) 3.0 L (2,959 cc (181 cu in))
    (iv) 3.2 L (3,179 cc (194 cu in))
    3. Cylinder block alloy - aluminium alloy
    4. Cylinder head alloy - aluminium alloy
    5. Compression ratio - 8.00:1 - 10.50:1
    6. Turbocharger
    (i) Mitsubishi TD 05H (164)[1]
    (ii) Garrett T25 (GTV,166)[2][3]
    7. Fuel system - 6 Dell'Orto carbs or fuel injection
    8. Management
    (i) Bosch L-Jetronic
    (ii) Bosch Motronic
    9, Fuel type - Petrol
    10. Cooling system - Watercooled
    11. Power output - 97 kW (132 PS) - 184 kW (250 PS)
    12. Dry weight - 375 lb (170 kg) Alfa Romeo SOHC V6[4]

  • Alfa Romeo Twin Spark


    Alfa Romeo Twin Spark (TS) technology was used first time in Alfa Romeo Grand Prix car in 1914. In the early 1960s it was used their race cars (GTA, TZ) to enable it to achieve a higher power output from its engines. And in the early and middle 1980s, Alfa Romeo incorporated this technology into their road cars to enhance their performance and to comply with stricter emission controls.

    Features:
    1. Predecessor - Alfa Romeo Twin Cam
    2. Successor - Alfa Romeo JTS engine
    3. Displacement
    (i) 1.4 L
    (ii) 1.6 L
    (iii) 1.7 L
    (iv) 1.8 L
    (v) 2.0 L
    4. Cylinder block alloy - aluminium alloy and cast-iron
    5. Cylinder head alloy - aluminium alloy
    6. Power output - 76 kW (103 PS) - 114 kW (155 PS)

  • Alfa Romeo Twin Cam engine


    The all alloy Alfa Romeo Twin Cam engine series was an inline-4 cylinder engine produced by Alfa Romeo from 1954 to 1994

    Features:
    1. Successor - Alfa Romeo TwinSpark
    2. Displacement
    (i) 1.3 L (1290 cc/78 in³)
    (ii)1.6 L (1570 cc/95 in³)
    (iii) 1.8 L (1779 cc/108 in³)
    (iv) 2.0 L (1962 cc/119 in³)
    3. Cylinder block alloy - aluminium alloy
    4. Cylinder head alloy - aluminium alloy
    5. Fuel type - Petrol
    6. Cooling system - Watercooled

  • JTS engine


    The JTS engine (Jet Thrust Stoichiometric) is a gasoline direct injection engine produced by Alfa Romeo. It exists in two forms, straight-4 and V6, and was introduced into the Alfa lineup in 2002.

    Features:
    1. Predecessor
    (i) Alfa Romeo TwinSpark
    (ii) Alfa Romeo V6 engine
    2. Displacement
    (i) 1,859 cc (113.4 cu in)
    (ii) 1,970 cc (120 cu in)
    (iii) 2,198 cc (134.1 cu in)
    (iv) 3,195 cc (195.0 cu in)
    3. Cylinder block alloy - aluminium alloy (2.0 JTS cast-iron)
    4. Cylinder head alloy - aluminium alloy
    5. Fuel type - Petrol
    6. Cooling system - Watercooled
    7. Power output - 118 kW (160 PS)-191 kW (260 PS)
    8. Dry weight - 168 kg (370 l:) (3.6 V6 High Feature engine)

  • Alfa Romeo Flat-4 engine


    Alfa Romeo developed a water cooled flat-4 engine for their new Alfasud, introduced in 1971.

    Here are some of its features:
    1. Displacement
    (i) 1186 cc
    (ii) 1286 cc
    (iii) 1351 cc
    (iv) 1490 cc
    (v) 1596 cc
    (vi) 1712 cc

    2. Cylinder block alloy - cast-iron
    3. Cylinder head alloy - aluminium alloy
    4. Fuel system
    (i)1 or 2 carburetor
    (ii)Bosch LE 3.1 Jetronic
    5. Fuel type - Petrol
    6. Oil system - ca 4,5 L
    7. Cooling system - Watercooled
    8. Power output - 63 hp (47 kW)-137 hp (102 kW)