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Discussion in '1952 Auto Union Typ 650 ‘Sokol’' started by devilswork, Aug 9, 2002.
!!!!!!FEEL ROVER POWER!!!!!!
FEEL THE V8<!-- Signature -->
Im have a Rover SD1 that is heavily modified. They become very cool when youy enlarge the engine to 5.7 litres and two turbochargers with various other mods. Mine will do 205 mph and do 0-60 mph in 4 seconds now.<!-- Signature -->
I find that a bit hard to swallow.Must have cost a mint.<!-- Signature -->
About 10 grand, which is too much I know but my Rover is one mean car.
I work for a tuning firm and the strength of the V8 made tuning easy, but you should see the downforce enhancing kit we made for it (we tested it in a wind tunnel) so it can handle speeds of over 200mph and still take corners.
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the power figures for this standard 3500 are wrong. It developed 155bhp and 190bhp in Vitesse form.<!-- Signature -->
haha, 0-60 in 4 seconds, I'm sure you'd spend 10 000 on a Rover 3500 to achieve this and give the XKE more praise in your avatar/signature.<!-- Signature -->
I'll say no more....
0-60Mph 3.1, 0-100Mph 6.9,0-150Mph 17.2,(Road Tyres)
11.1 Sec/130Mph 1/4 Mile.
1960 moris Minor, Rover V8 Engine, Garret T04B Turbo, Water injection, 400Bhp/500bhp with nitrous. "David hardcastle's The Rover V8 Engine, 1990" <!-- Signature -->
I dun believe it
Way too hard to swallow.
its quit easy to swallow the V8 in the SD1 is very very strong thatÂs why the old 3.5l V8 land rover are still running strong and they have bean hammed over there life e.g. farmers, army and they keep them for like 30 years
viciosu is agy