I think the 3.2 engine is the same as used in the GTA's but with a less aggressive ecu map. Therefore I would have to say the 3.2 is a better bet with regards to engine.
However, if you like the P2 styling and cup bodykit like I do then I would be tempted with an older car just for the asthetics. Mind you a P3 looks alright as well, and you could always track down the zender kit from somewhere and try it on for size. (though not sure if front splitter fits P3?)
the engines are virtually the same. the 3.2 however has different cams and a longer stroke.
the ecu mapping in the GTV 3.2 is as stated above a little less aggressive than the GTA and has only 240bhp as opposed to 250bhp.
to be honest the 3.0 is good enough for the GTV and for the price premium you will pay for a P3 3.2, you may as well save some coin and get a P2 3.0 and just fit some GTA cams and have the ecu mapped to suit,
Any recomendations for an exhaust replacement on the V6. I don't want a wizard as I'm not keen on the sound... Sorry I know lots do.
The centre section pipe from the cat had broken in half. So either i just replace that section or go for a complete cat back system.
Anyone used Cybox ?
This is something I have always thought of. I love Alfas, I love the Busso. The chances Alfa is ever giving us another GTV with RWD or any RWD sports car is very slim. If or when we have an Alfa sports car it will probably be electic.
So after much research, I'm starting a 916 GTV RWD/AWD...
As these are (or should be!) packed with a good quantity of grey moly grease, it's difficult to find out what's where if you are doing this for the first time. I recently removed the driveshafts from the car, stripped and cleaned them, so I thought I would take some pics and compile a guide to...
Many of the models on here have a ''What did you do to your .......today'' thought it might be interesting here for our beloved 916s.
I'll start the ball rolling.
I have a Busso Spider and she was due an annual service:
1. Changed the oil and filter
2. Put a foam Pipercross (lifetime) filter...
Before anyone thinks I've gone insane (actually I probably have), this is the last project I'll be green lighting for a while now. I've got plenty to keep me occupied now for the coming years, I wouldn't say I've finished just yet but in terms of adding anything in the short term that is...