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18 hours ago, Kerr205 said:



Straight off, it has the standard (ish) westfierld modified inlet plenum. Typically these are around 60mm dia, and with the best will in the world are really not that great. Any injected rover V8 with anything north of 250bhp, you would expect to see a different plenum with larger throttle or indeed ITB's.


irrespective, it's about enjoying the torque, and im sure it goes just fine........would be great to get it on the rollers for a power run.

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