Pictured here is one of our Twin Spark engines
installed in a 67 GTV. Included in this package:
- High performance lightweight aluminum radiator
with built-in oil cooler. * More
- 45 mm TWM throttle bodies with velocity stacks.
Lightweight 10.8/1 CP pistons and custom Carrillo
rods. Darstan TS Headers. Electromotive Tec 3 distributor-less engine
management system. 227 hp using 92 octane unleaded gasoline. Smooth
idle and very streetable. Wide torque band through 8200 rpm.
Here's an engine photo that displays several
- Borla/TWM throttle bodies with Spica Injectors
- H&W Race Injection Pump, includes
Billet hex fuel nut and alloy wrench for easy setup and tuning
- Billet serpentine pulleys
We have been using these Guibo savers on all our
performance and Race Alfas for over 15 years and have never had a
In 2012, we made several 1/4 mile acceleration
runs at our 1/2 mile test track near our shop with Red Ryder. This was
the first time I tested any 105 chassis and running gear for full
hard/launch drag race results. On 6 different runs, we floored the
throttle to 8000 rpm, dropped the clutch and with the Limited slip
layed down about 20 feet of black rubber with the 9 in. wide Toyo's. I
was prepared and expected that something would break, but there were no
failures. To my surprise the car launched perfectly straight with just
enough wheel spin to not bog the engine. This was with our best 1750
engine to date that made 200.4 HP @ 7100 rpm and 162.1 ft lbs torque at
5300 rpm. Our 1/4 times were 12.85 seconds at 105 mph.
The savers attach to the unsupported ends of the
bolts, not on the yokes. They contain the ends of the nuts and bolts on
opposite ends and prevent them from spreading at high rpm. Cost is $
60.00 per pair of two. (Click
here to see them on our price sheet.)
Aluminum Radiator with Integrated Oil Cooler
radiators have greater capacity than the factory radiators and they
weigh less. They cool so well that you can almost get by without a fan.
These radiators have a double pass design with efficient horizontal
tubes. The tanks are mounted on each side as compared to being mounted
on the top and bottom as used on older factory radiators.
The built-in oil cooler/heat exchanger design does not impede air
flow to the radiator. It allows for short oil hoses. Race cars do not
need a separate oil temperature gauge since oil and coolant
temperatures run about the same as operating temperatures. Use -10
female fittings for the oil cooler connections.
These radiators generally bolt in to the original factory mounts. They were designed for track and race Alfas.
Installation requires removing the factory fan. For street applications in hot
weather a front mounted electric fan works well. We added the fan and temperature sensors due to requests from our customers for street use. In some cases, a particular installation may require modifications and we invite your suggestions. The stock bottom hose fits without modification. The top hose may require custom fitting using straight hose. We do not expect our radiators to fit all applications without some minor modifications. Specify 105, 115 or
Twin Spark. Allow 45 days for delivery. Click
here to see our pricing.
dyno tune all of our race engines before shipping. Like having an
individual exhaust temperatures as well as O2 (oxygen) sensor readings
are monitored. All the vital engine components are tested on the dyno:
Ignition, fuel and intake system and exhaust headers for a complete
Turn Key engine. When sending your engine be sure to include all the
vital components that you plan to run in your Alfa.
dyno tuning at Shark Racing in Sedro Woolley. Ace
Sprint car driver and engine builder Mark Huson running the Dyno
controls. Notable Alfisti behind Mark: Ben Schotz and son, Austin TX;
Max (hidden behind brother) and Andrew Banks, UK; John Trevy,
Austin TX; Herb Sanborn, Burlington WA; Bob Fernald, Austin TX (looking
6 inch Kinsler ram tubes attach directly to the
Spica Throttle bodies. The velocity ram tubes increase power and torque
over the hard to beat factory air box.
Finding maximum ignition timing assures maximum
power while protecting against detonnation. The distributor hold down
clamp is then marked with a "set timing reference" on the engine. This
should never be changed unless further engine modifications are made. Click here to see our pricing for
Our popular Spica Stage one cylinder head upgrade.
Std valves with 45 degree angles. Valves, guides and valve pockets
re-shaped for Stg 1 improved flow. Ports cleaned but not oversized.
Our 10.2 mm cam: 10.2 lift x 240 degrees @ .050
lift. No loss of low speed torque, excellent idle quality. Completely
assembled with valve lash set, ready to bolt on.
We prefer to service your cylinder head. Contact
us regarding simple shipping details. Click
here to view our pricing.
4C Twin Spark "75" head. Stage 3 preparation. 12
mm exhaust cam, 13 mm intake cam. As compared to the earlier "Nord"
engines, the TS has shallower combustion chambers due to the narrow
valve angles. The piston is flat even with nearly 11: 1 compression.
Much less ignition timing is needed due to a shorter flame travel.
Twin Spark CP custom alloy 85 mm x 10.8:1
compression flat top pistons with Carrillo rods. For street, 91 octane
unleaded fuel. Lightweight: 300 grams. Click
here for pricing.
TWM Throttle Bodies
TWM 45 mm throttle
bodies with DCOE bolt pattern. Compatible with Electromotive Tec engine
management systems. Let us know if you want big power at the top end
along with a good idle and strong mid-range torque.