Racing Green Open Day

Speed Six fitted with FFF cylinder head
Speed Six fitted with FFF cylinder head
Racing Green TVR is holding an open day to launch its new one-piece FFF cylinder head and re-developed Speed Six engine. TVR owners and prospective owners are all welcome from 09:00 to 16:00 on Saturday Feb 28 2009.

The FFF demonstrator will be available for pre-booked test drives to show the benefits of these new designs. Racing Green will also be showing all of its available upgrades for the Speed Six engine.

OMEX will be displaying new products including the brand new OMEX 710 engine management system for all Speed Six engines. The company said that the upgrade offers noticeable tuning and performance benefits. 

QUAIFE will be exhibiting their Automatic Torque Biasing Helical LSD for TVRs and a new 6-speed sequential gearbox, which is being developed for Racing Green TVR. 

To book a test drive in the T350 FFF Engine demonstrator, or the Tuscan 2 OMEX ECU demonstrator, please contact Chris Chevasco via 01252 894 795 or chrisc@racinggreencars.com. Racing Green is located in Ash Vale, Hampshire, GU12 5QD.

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  • 977 26 Feb 2009

    I'll be there, looks to be an awesome day. =D

    Anyone want to sell me their TVR Cerbera (AJP8) while I'm there?

  • T40ORA 26 Feb 2009

    977 said:
    I'll be there, looks to be an awesome day. =D

    Anyone want to sell me their TVR Cerbera (AJP8) while I'm there?
    The MX5 handles better!

  • markh1 26 Feb 2009

  • 977 26 Feb 2009

    T40ORA said:
    977 said:
    I'll be there, looks to be an awesome day. =D

    Anyone want to sell me their TVR Cerbera (AJP8) while I'm there?
    The MX5 handles better!
    We'll see about that, I don't plan on giving it up anyway, there should always be a drop top on hand.

  • Mars 26 Feb 2009

    Interested in the new gearbox. Is it likely to be the Type-9 variant they have sold to Caterham... perhaps with revised gearing suitable for a TVR? That one is supposed to be capable of handling 400lbft and would easily sit where a T5 normally does.

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