Alfa Romeo Alfetta Engine

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The Alfa Romeo Alfetta is an Italian rear-wheel drive executive saloon car and fastback coupé produced from 1972 until 1987 by Alfa Romeo.  The Alfetta introduced a new drive train layout to the line-up. Clutch and transmission were housed at the rear of the car, together with the differential for a more balanced weight distribution, the same used on the Alfetta 158/159 Grand Prix cars.



It was available with two four-cylinder DOHC engines with two valves per cylinder and a turbo diesel engine supplied by VM Motori. The 1.6 liter and 1.8 Liter base models had two double-barrel carburetors, while the 2.0 DOHC received fuel injection in 1979. The diesel initially had 2.0 Liter, but was increased to 2.4 Liter in 1982. Various other cars using the same VM80A engine includes: 1985.05–1992.02 Alfa Romeo 75, 95 PS (70 kW), 1979.10–1984.12 Alfa Romeo Alfetta, 82 PS (60 kW) ,1983.03–1985.05 Alfa Romeo Giulietta, ASAP Motors has used Alfa Romeo Alfetta engines available through suppliers and helps to get them at a very competitive price.

The used engines available in various variants: 1.6 Liter I4,1.8 Liter I4, 2.0 Liter I4, 2.0 Liter I4 turbo, 2.0 Liter I4 turbo diesel, 2.4 Liter I4 turbo diesel, 2.5 Liter V6, 2.6 Liter V8 (Auto delta) , 3.0 Liter V6, 2.0 Liter VM80A I4 turbo diesel, 2.4 Liter VM81A I4 turbo diesel. Various Version of Alfa Romeo Alfetta were produced over the Years: Alfetta 1.8 (1973) 1.8 liter (1779 cc) 91 kW, Alfetta Coupe 1.8 (1974) 1.8 liter (1779 cc) 91 kW, Alfetta Coupe 1.6 (1974) 1.6 l (1570 cc) 81 kW, Alfetta 1.6 (1975) 1.6 liter (1570 cc) 80 kW, Alfetta GTV 2.6i V8 (1977) 2.6 liter (2594 cc) 146 kW, Alfetta GTV 2000 (1978) 2.0 liter (1962 cc) 91 kW, Alfetta 2000 (1978) 2.0 liter (1962 cc) 91 kW, Alfetta 2000L (1979) 2.0 liter (1962 cc) 97 kW, Alfetta Turbo D (1981) 2.0 liter (1995 cc) 59 kW.

The four-door Alfetta was sold in the USA from 1975 through 1977 under the name Alfetta Sedan. From 1978 to 1979 a mildly restyled version was sold under the name Sport Sedan. The four-cylinder coupe was available from 1975 to 1977 under the moniker Alfetta GT, renamed the Sprint Veloce for the final two years of production in 1978 and 1979. Finally, the V-6 version was marketed from 1981 to 1986 as the GTV-6.