possibly the sickest engine/tran package for an SLC ??

Howard Jones

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While at PRI this year, I came upon these guys from Finland. They had an inline 4-cylinder, 4-liter engine that was making 1500 HP. All billet and fancy.

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Here's a link.

I'm sure it's very light, and will lighten your wallet as well...
AMG has a new straight 6 engine that is turbocharged and supercharged. 435 horsepower, light, smaller than a V8.

Mercedes' new straight-six 3.0-litre engine and comes supported by two forms of forced induction. The first is a big-bore twin-scroll turbocharger that provides the majority of power, but in order to eradicate as much low-rev lag as possible, the six-cylinder's inlet port is also force fed air by an electric compressor before the real boost kicks in.

This double blower setup is constantly varying its inputs depending on demand (aka your throttle angle) and helps this 3.0-litre produce up to 435hp and 389lb ft of torque. But there's more to come. The first AMG to feature some form of electric drive uses 48-volt architecture to power an integrated starter/generator (ISG), which adds a further 22hp and 194lb ft through the car's nine-speed automatic gearbox.
well ive got a spare ferrari 360 engine & transmission if anyone wants to try. measurements should fit.
I bought that exact combo for SLC 001. It would have easily fit, but did not use it as I had already bit off way more than I could chew with all the body mods.
New 610 HP 2.0 liter Audi 4-cylinder Engine

" . . . . the challenge is to extract the maximum from the available fuel through high compression and very good efficiency. In the DTM, the amount of fuel is limited to 95 kilograms per hour. “That may sound like a lot but, in view of more than 610 horsepower, it really isn’t,” says Ulrich Baretzky, Head of Engine Development at Audi Motorsport. “The specific consumption of the DTM engine is extremely low and now within ranges that used to be typical for diesel engines. In terms of weight and lightweight design – especially in the context of avoiding CO2 emissions – we’re pointing out a few approaches that will hopefully find their way into future road-going vehicles – like in the case of the first TFSI for Le Mans and the TDI.”

The compact four-cylinder turbo engine with gasoline direct injection (TFSI) only weighs 85 kilograms and thus only half as much as the naturally aspirated V8 engine that was previously used in the DTM."