1984 maserati biturbo specs




1984 maserati biturbo specs

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    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    The lowered, electronic KONI shock absorbers allowed to adjust damping on four settings, allowing for comfort or road handling at the flick of a switch. In other markets, it was sold as the with a 2. Spyder I Royale Karif. The second series Biturbo was recognizable by its new 6"Jx14" wheels similar in design to the Biturbo S's; the S II wheels had fully painted faces, without the silver center.

    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    Considering it replaced the mid-engined V6-powered Merak, which had what we'll call "humorous" back seats, it was a big step forward on the usability front. The BiTurbo could actually seat 4 passengers in relative comfort, at least as long as the rear seat passengers were on the shorter side of things.

    And also, the interior was absolutely to die for. Although the only good-quality Biturbo interior picture I could find has these classy velour seats, most Biturbos came with butter-soft brown leather buckets that just looked absolutely amazing.

    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    So while the outside and the general layout of the BiTurbo was conventional, under the hood it was anything but. The engine was based on the old 2. Interestingly enough, fuel management was by a single Weber carburetor, there were 3 valves per cylinder, and Maserati didn't see fit to include an intercooler heat exchanger in the setup, but hey - no one gets everything right the first time, do they? In export markets, the BiTurbo received a 2.

    Horsepower for the 2. US-market cars had a catalyzed version of the 2. With a low curb weight of about 2,lbs, the twin-turbo rocket could accelerate to 60mph in 6. Suspension was via MacPherson struts, coil springs and an anti-roll bar in the front, and semi-trailing links with coil springs in the rear, giving the Biturbo nimble, balanced handling.

    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    There was a Biturbo S version for as well, making bhp in carb'd 2. Two years after the debut of the two-door BiTurbo, Maserati introduced the series sedan. Based on the Biturbo, the sedan had a longer wheelbase to accommodate the extra doors and passengers. The official name depended on the engine equipped; Italian market sedans, with the tax-regulated 2. In other markets, it was sold as the with a 2. There were a total of 2, 's made, including later fuel-injected and catalyst-equipped i models.

    The next year, Maserati debuted the stunning drop-top Spider derivative at the Turin Motor Show in It rode on a shorter wheelbase than the regular BiTurbo, and was a strict two-seat design. It looked a bit like TVR's of the time period, perhaps, but it was a twin-turbo Maserati convertible, by god! The Spider originally came with the 2. Over it's lifetime, the Biturbo evolved mechanically and it's derivatives grew laterally. In , the twin-turbocharged V6 received the benefit of fuel injection instead of the troublesome carburetor, as well as sprouting an intercooler to keep the charge air temperatures down entering the intake manifold.

    The highest performing first-generation Biturbo was the Italian market Si, with it's fuel-injected non-cat bhp motor. Maserati introduced another variant on the Biturbo theme in , with the The was based on the long-wheelbase BiTurbo sedan platform, but was a 2-door 5-seater, meant more as a "classical GT. Meant to follow in the footsteps of classic Maserati GT's like the GT, Mexico, and Kyalami, the offered more space and grace to Maserati buyers. Equipped with the 3v injected 2.

    1984 maserati biturbo specs

    Only were made. Later Biturbos The entire Biturbo range got a mechanical update for The export-market engine was updated to 2. Fuel injection was now standard across the line. The Biturbo itself was no longer called the Biturbo; Italian market Biturbo's were called 2. Power in the 2. Meanwhile, the sedan had a name change to , to reflect the increased 2. Yeah, the Italians aren't that great with numbers, I suppose.

    Power was up to bhp from in the , and in the i, with a standard-fit catalyst. I know, it's confusing. Italian-market sedans also received a power boost, from bhp to bhp. For , Maserati introduced the SE, as a replacement for the defunct high-performance Biturbo S. On the outside, it featured a much smoother bodykit with integrated front foglamps, a deep front valence, and two-tone body skirts like the old S model.

    1984 Maserati Biturbo



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