Fiat Engine quandary

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Re: Fiat Engine quandary

Postby pbove » Fri Jan 04, 2008 4:07 pm

I've had the following response from Robin:

Thankfully Keith did spot this last week. It has been amended as follows:-


v) Electric water pumps are not permitted; the standard water pump must be used.

Both engines:
3. Location: Front or rear.
4. Oil/Water cooling: Free within overall periphery of bodywork.
5. Induction Systems: Carburetion shall be by only one carburettor choke. Forced induction, fuel injection and external slide throttles are prohibited.
6. Exhaust systems: Exhaust systems including manifold are free but must comply with MSA noise restrictions as per MSA yearbook [C(b) 22 & 23].
7. Ignition systems: Only ignition systems that use only one trigger, inside the distributor or external, to initiate the low tension current will be permitted. Any system that requires more than one sensor or input to provide another signal/voltage for any electronic/microprocessor control system is not permitted.
8. Fuel delivery systems: Free.


Hopefully this clears up the issue.

P
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Re: Fiat Engine quandary

Postby Blanchie » Mon Jan 07, 2008 12:21 pm

fantatsic i will go out and get an engine as soon as i find on in the right state for the right price
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Re: Fiat Engine quandary

Postby Blanchie » Mon Jan 07, 2008 1:57 pm

Oh and i suppose i will have to get one of the control cams when i eventually get a car together i think i will wait untill i have everything elses sorted and it tested before start down that road
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