There is always a question will an engine fit into a car, that it was not menat to be in and that is our case right now in restoring Estonia 16 formula. These cars started life as E16-s, with moskvich … Continue reading →
Time to port the Lada cylinder head, to make a roadsport engine for AIAR. It has gotten new valve seats for bigger stainless steel valves. Basic Lada 1600 engine, Mahle pistons with floating fingers, Niva rods. It will also get Hungarian made 296 degrees 7.2 mm lift camshaft, which should be good to boost the power at higher end, but still maintain reasonable low end, for driveability. Double 40 DCOE Webbers and Martelius 4-2-1 tube exhaust headers allow plenty of gasses in and out, so we aim to get around 150 horses and reasonable driveability on street, although you could take it to track or rally as well, if you feel like it.
Our firends at VKM Motors have raced this Nissan 300Z dragster for years and on several occasions we have built them body parts. We started out building a front bumper, then the engine cover, as they elongated the nose and … Continue reading →
It came to us with simple problem, the engine had no oomph. I mean, whoever it was in GM, who thought it was enough for such a beautiful sports car to have 165 bhp, was just out of his mind. … Continue reading →
During dark soviet times in Estonia, a man called Artur Mosovski decided to build himself a sports car (no such things existed in SU). Few others wanted to get this car as well, so altogether 4 fiberglass bodys were built, … Continue reading →
This car has been in the family since 1997. Our first overhaul took about 8 years to complete, it got 350 TPI with TH700 from 1990 Pontiac Trans Am GTA, limited slip diff and bucket seats. It was sold to … Continue reading →