Maserati biturbo engine swap




Maserati biturbo engine swap

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  • I've always liked the Biturbo but been scared off by its reliability issues. One would think that there would be some reliable engine swap out.

    I waswondering if it is even a rational idea to swap a maserati biturbo engine into a milano. I think the L V6 version would work with the.

    Learn more about Lexus V8 Swapped: Maserati Biturbo on Bring a a better fit given the Lexus roots of the drivetrain swap, but the seller.

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    Simon is correct about the early liner seals so If you should happen to make that leap and buy one make certain that has been remedied. Probably any of those could be made to fit ever seen an episode of "Monster Garage"? I was thinking an older japanese engine v6 or transverse 4 via honda , maybe a late mercedes v-6, even a GM 3. I think you have opened a flame war on your self. His solution was to always be working on the other one so it would be ready when the driver decided it was going to be finicky and not drive.

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    80s Maser BiTurbo engine swap ideas? | FerrariChat - The world's largest Ferrari community

    Discussion in ' Maserati ' started by James in Denver , May 9, FerrariChat - The world's largest Ferrari community. Must see the interview we did with Piero Ferrari in Maranello! James in Denver Formula 3. May 23, 1, Denver Colorado Full Name: I know the reliability factor on the 80s BiTurbo models But from what I've read here, the reliabilty isn't just the engine, but the electricals and other parts. Anyway, I really like the body style of the coupe or convertible. Its pretty cramped in the engine compartment from pictures, but I've never been under the hood of one so I dont know how much space there really is.

    I was thinking an older japanese engine v6 or transverse 4 via honda , maybe a late mercedes v-6, even a GM 3. Dec 29, 17, Twin Cities Full Name: Probably any of those could be made to fit ever seen an episode of "Monster Garage"? I'm not sure why you'd want to. It wouldn't be a Maserati anymore and you'd have thrown away all the neck snapping performance that the BiTurbo was known for.

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    If you dropped in say the heart of a twin turbo Nissan ZX you'd have something. It would probably make more sense to just leave it in the car it's already in. It might be a fun challenge but the car would most likely be worth even less than before. I see this former around town occasionally. Image Unavailable, Please Login. Aug 29, 5, Switzerland Full Name: The engine's not the problem, its the rest of the car.

    Keep the engine, change the car. Mar 13, 53, Hiddin' in da garden Full Name: Jul 26, Whistler Full Name: The only good Biturbo is a squashed Biturbo. They are crap, trash, rot and garbage. They make a Hyundai Excell or what ever they were called seem magnificent.

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    I suspect a Austin Marina is a better car for those who can remember. Whenever I see some magazine piece about "the bargain Maserati you can own for the price of a Pinto sic ", I want to barf.

    I would like to pelt the author with the 's of fusebox's we replaced under warranty, or the dead speedo heads, or the cam box gaskets, or the distributor pick-ups, or the steering racks, or the wheel bearings, or the noisy rear-ends, or the noisy transmissions Maserati once sent me seven 7 ZF 5 speeds before I got a decent one , or the crappy seatback material, or the heater controls, or the relays, or the ECU's for the Marelli Weber management, or the air injection rails, oil pump o-rings, crankshaft oil seals, liner seals I shudder to think what the few, remaining "survivors" are like.

    Maserati used to send us cars other dealers could not or would not fix. Granted, the later injected cars were better I once met the chief engineer of Maserati while in Modena, I complained bitterly about the faults of the 2. This was an interesting comment as at that time the 2. Flaviaman just curious, what were the engine problems with biturbos?

    Maserati biturbo engine swap

    I know the rest of the car was basically crap but apart from the early carb cars the engines were basically sound. What did you think of the Merak SS? It sounds like Gregg went through hell with his job as a service manager.

    I'd agree with some of his assessments but my experience with my 84 was not as traumatic as everything he listed. I still have the car and it runs very well as well as winning concours prizes every year. But then I maintain the car properly and my hands aren't tied like the U. Most owners and dealers did not maintain these cars properly so mostly it's a bunch of problem cars out there on the market.

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