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angelini - alfa parts

April 28, 2003

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Alfa/Hewland Flange.
Cast aluminum transmission mating flange. Ready to install, as required to mate a Hewland FT200 transmission to an Alfa 101/105/115 series engine.
Photos at:
http://home.earthlink.net/~mhafif/anghew.jpg
http://home.earthlink.net/~mhafif/anghew1.jpg
Asking $550.00 USD.

Alfa Dry-Sump Pan.
Cast aluminum dry sump pan. Designed for 101/105/115 series Alfa engines; never used, needs finishing to your specific dry sump application requirements. This pan is intended for sports racers, if used in 105 or 115 cars modification is required to clear the cross-member. Photos at:
http://home.earthlink.net/~mhafif/angsump.jpg
http://home.earthlink.net/~mhafif/angsump1.jpg
Asking $570.00 USD.

Alfa/Angelini Slide Throttle Fuel Injection Intake Manifold.
This guillotine slide throttle manifold belongs to the Angelini designed Alfa 16-valve cylinder head (see the Alleggerita book by T. Adriansens; Appendix: Special Autodelta Racing Engines). Great condition. Photos at:
http://home.earthlink.net/~mhafif/angslide.jpg
http://home.earthlink.net/~mhafif/angslide1.jpg
http://home.earthlink.net/~mhafif/angslide2.jpg
http://home.earthlink.net/~mhafif/angslide3.jpg
Asking: $1050.00



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Yes those are very unique parts.
Although I'm not interested in buying them I did enjoy just looking at them.

Alleggerita the book is one of my favorites.

Good luck with selling them!
 

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Here is a photo of an Angelini 16 valve 2 liter Alfa motor (84mm bore x 88.5mm stroke). This head bolts onto a stock block. The only modifications required are, special flat pistons and the front block studs need to be shortened. The flat pistons offer a considerable weight savings versus the wedge shaped hemi pistons of the stock cylinder head. This cylinder head was homologated by Angelini in 1969.

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This engine produces about 220 hp in mild vintage racing form, with a 7400 rpm peak redline and a very broad torque curve. It can be made to produce 240+ hp at 8000 rpm, with more cam tuning and piston compression, but this reduces the interval between rebuilds. This cylinder head design could support levels well above the 240 hp with an oversquare bore & stroke, but the engine block will flex at these levels.

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that is such a beautiful motor. is that the same as the one in your car? what kinda torque does it put out and at what rpm?
 
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