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Old 05-25-2005, 05:41 PM   #1
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Default Check Out The Fender Flares

Thought someone might want to see the gigantic fender flares on this ti rally car http://www.allsportauto.com/english/...sport_2003.php
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what is all done to the engine?
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Don't know, just found this browsing the web. Looks like a highly modified 6cyl M3 engine though.
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That is BAD A$$
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looks like the e30 m3 engine ... i'm counting 4 cylinders lots of money ...
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Its not an s14 (e30 m3 engine), its actually an m44/42 (stock ti engine) with individual throttle bodies. I'd love to know what kind of power that ti is putting down
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Its not an s14 (e30 m3 engine), its actually an m44/42 (stock ti engine) with individual throttle bodies. I'd love to know what kind of power that ti is putting down
I think your correct. That thing looks f-ing awesome.
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that thing is a mess. if its not broken don't fix it...
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I may need to have my head examined, but that looks like a 4-cylinder to me

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Don't know, just found this browsing the web. Looks like a highly modified 6cyl M3 engine though.
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I'll take one.
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I just glanced at the valve cover and thought it was a M six, you all are right, it is a 4, There's 4 intake runners. I was at work when I wrote this and under time constraints. Anyway, would like to know how that engine is modded.
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Old 05-26-2005, 02:40 AM   #13
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When I first found these pictures, I wasn't even concerned with the engine. Those flares, unbelievable. They're even wider than the PTG M3 http://www.grand-am.com/CONTENT/Phot...rsMT800-14.jpg BTW, did anyone watch the Grand American Series race this last Saturday, The 6 hour race from Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada? Most of it was in the rain. This was Team PTG's 3rd victory in a row in GT. Didn't realize what a find that Delage ti was, it does look like an M42/M44. Figures since most rally cars are based on the original production form. I have heard of the vintage Delage cars, I don't think this company is related. Probably a race car prep shop or parts manufacturer. Any European members know anything about this company? Tried searching the web and had no luck.
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Found their website www.delagesport.com It appears they are a race car prep shop.You need to have Macromedia Flash Player for the site, I'm leary about downloading this.
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it may be the only way you can get the widebody kit for your 95 ti mike ... don't be afraid! it would be interesting to see what exactly they did because the tires don't appear that wide, but they're WAY out there.
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