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  ~V6 Fantasy~
V6 made their debut in 1st of November 1995.
Actually, V6 consists of two groups, 20th Century(Tonisen) is the older generation and Coming Century(Kamisen/Comicen) is the younger generation of V6.
This fantasy write-up is provided by some great fans of V6 who are willingly to share their fantasy with us.
www.geocities.com /luv_kamisen   (205 words)

  
  V6 engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
V6 engines commonly range in displacement from 2.5 L to 4.0 L, though larger and smaller examples have been produced.
The optimal angle to minimize vibrations in the V6 is 60°, and this is commonly used.
V6 engines that are converted from V8 engines often have three shared crankpins arranged at 120° from each other, similar to an inline 3-cylinder with two pistons per crankpin.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/V6   (1265 words)

  
 PRV engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The PRV engine is an automobile petrol V6 engine that was developed jointly by Peugeot, Renault and Volvo Cars and sold from 1974 to 1998.
Adoption was swift, and the PRV V6 had been sold in at least five different models by the end of 1975.
V6 engines, on the other hand, are generally arranged at 60° (again because of timing) but can be built as 90° engines with either staggered timing or split crankshaft journals.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/PRV_engine   (951 words)

  
 V6 - WOI Encyclopedia Italia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Many American V6 engines are 90° for this reason, as is the PRV (Peugeot-Renault-Volvo) V6, based on a canceled V8 design.
V6 engines that are converted from V8 engines often have three shared crankpins arranged at 120° from each other, similar to a inline 3-cylinder with two pistons per crankpin.
This new version was redesigned by Aurelio Lampredi initially as a 65° 2.0 L V6 with an aluminum block but was replaced in 1969 by a 2.4 L cast-iron block version (the Dino car was renamed the 246GT).
www.wheelsofitaly.com /wiki/index.php/V6   (1127 words)

  
 V6 - Headquarters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
V6 is a Content-Management-System (or Website-Maintenance-System), developed for Webmasterpro.
Instead we are using a collection of techniques used in V6, that are put into some small scripts.
Some basic concepts from V6 are used as well.
devel.webmasterpro.de   (298 words)

  
 Novak Conversions - The Buick 90 Degree V6 Engine
The Dauntless Buick V6 Probably the second most popular engine for Jeep swaps is the Buick V6 as used by all GM divisions.
This became the 231 and similar 252 V6, the latter having a longer stroke.
The 225 V6 Buick was reintroduced by GM in 1975 with a.050 larger bore that increased its displacement to 231 c.i.d.
www.novak-adapt.com /knowledge/buick_90_v6.htm   (965 words)

  
 V6 Ranch
Nestled in the Cholame Valley, the V6 Ranch envelops 20,000 acres of the most diverse and alluring country in the heart of central California.
The V6 cattle drives are offered several times a year, in the spring and in the fall.
The V6 Ranch is a frontier once populated by a few homesteaders, but now occupied by an abundance of wildlife, wildflowers, cattle, and horses.
www.parkfield.com /v6.htm   (417 words)

  
 3.8L Buick V6 Engine Swap - Toyota at Off-Road.com
I chose the Buick V6 because it is a very common engine, which is evidenced by the price that I paid for the two rebuildable cores that I bought.
The Buick V6 also has the distributor in the front of the engine which avoids one problem associated with a 4.3L swap due to it having its distributor in the rear of the engine which can cause firewall clearance problems.
The 4.1L Buick V6 is also of the same family as the 3.8L V6 and is physically the same size as the 3.8L.
www.off-road.com /toyota/buick_v6_swap.html   (1070 words)

  
 Novak Conversions - The Small Block Chevrolet V6 Engine
Based closely on the ubiquitous Chevrolet Small Block V8, the Chevy 90-degree V6 was developed as the need for a strong, compact and efficient powerplant arose during the mid-seventies.
Though there are some minor differences in the oiling system of a V6 vs. the V8, they follow the same vein.
All modern Chevy V6 and V8 engines continue to use the same block pattern as introduced in 1955.
www.novak-adapt.com /knowledge/chevy_small_block_v6.htm   (644 words)

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