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Discussion in 'Australia' started by ashsimmonds, Oct 21, 2006.
Only an artist's impression - nobody knows yet
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Nice, but why there hell would anyone bring that in?
Like most euro imports lol
I hate this thread too.
Fixed .. well sort of
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You just added $100k
And made it saleable.
Absolutely the nicest FEV12 .... would look better with Tartan seats
I'd much rather a Daytona
It's only a matter of money
broker in Melbourne has around 15 Daytona's for sale ..............pick ya colour.
They are beautiful but this model always appealed to me ever since Doug Chivas test drove one in SCW
Dark blue with black or tan thanks.
I see these have 2 oil filters like a few other ferrari's of that era.
Anybody know why this was? Filters not as good back in the day compared to today?
Dig that 8 track as well.
Watch it mate, you'll get banned again
Modern Ferrari V12's have two filters too.
In a single filter situation, if the pores of a filter paper element become clogged through build up of particles, the core will collapse and cause a dramatic drop in oil pressure - nothing gets through. nb. this is why the oil pressure pickup is always downstream of the filter.
Two filters means slightly greater flow and if an element collapses, you don't lose oil pressure.
I think it began for reliability, especially for endurance racing, and has remained in part for tradition and in part for packaging - the dual filters on a modern V12 are quite small.
Moderation in moderation I say. But what do I know.
Here's my attempt.
2 filters are for whomos.
twice the amount of oil spilt on your hands when changing filters!
I saw one recently on a 250. What a beautiful looking engine that v12 colombo was.
Interesting that Ferrari put the filters on upside down , I like to fill new filters with oil but not really possible with filters up the wrong way