releasing sound character of v6 GTV?
Open to suggestions on best 'bang for buck' options of releasing the Busso character more fully - particularly within cab of well insulated GTVs
Carbon air box looks a good bet, however not heard one and perhaps a little expensive for an empty box - I imagine this is however the best area to release a soulful v6 warble from - the tuned exhaust route is perhaps more an external benefit?
Last time I researched exhausts a Wizard quad + variable component options forward of rear section appeared favourable - any indi designs that offer better sound for less cost?
Anyone ever researched fitting guitar type sound transducer to airbox and equalising / tuning to play back through forard speakers? - Might be cheaper option and if principle works, infinitely tuneable to indiv taste? - Not a lot of performance gain I grant you....but rather than throwing many hundreds at aquiring 10hp it might be more rewarding to releasing full character of the highly regarded Busso sound?
Lightening flywheel when clutch due for replacement might substitute for the feel of those illusive additional few horses -
Dare say a 'subtle' nitrous fogger set-up would be fun too - say just 50bhp via 'kick-down' button between say 2.5 & 5.5k rpm should be safe? ..but then you start looking at Quaife etc... (unless 1st and 2nd gears are excluded) - extra 50 bhp from 2.5k in 3rd might be useful (any lower rpm and engine may show the strain?)
Lot of fantasy here I know, however if you can indulge me, perhaps we can find 'some additional 'cheap thrills' to enhance the BussoGTV
I have yet to experience a v6 spider with crackling quad set-up - so maybe a cat bypass + quad rear, superlight fwheel and modded airbox+ Spider may be the way to get the in-cab character sought.
I shall be going to Sywell Airfield meet (AROC) beginning next month, so if anyone has any of these mods I shall be keen to experience them
When is next Midlands meet / show other than above?