Alfa Romeo Giulia TI Super 

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Technical Data

The following data refer to the Alfa Romeo Giulia TI Super version developed for the Group 2 Tourism competition.

Period of competition cue1963 - 1966
Competition destinationRoad and track speed races
Research and DevelopmentFor competitions, carried out by the Portello Experiences Service, through the transformation of the Giulia TI model, further development from Autodelta
BodySedan 5 seats
DimensionsWheelbase 2500 mm; track front axle: 1310 mm; track rear axle: 1270 mm, frame: steel sheet, complementary to the metal body, with differentiated structure; dry weight 910 kg
Engine4 cylinder in line dohc
Bore and stroke78 x 82 mm
Cubic capacity1.570 cm3
Power140 hp at 7.500 rpm
Compression ratio10,5:1
Distribution2 overhead camshafts
Camshaft controlDouble chain, front position
Cylinder headLight alloy, hemispherical combustion chambers
Number of valves per cylinder and position2 V-shaped overhead
Valve controlDirect, with interposition of cups and adjustment thicknesses in oil bath
CrankcaseLight alloy, including crankshaft housing
Cylinder groupRemovable separate cast iron liners
CrankshaftSteel, counterweighted
Number of bench supports and bearing type5 , thin shell
LubricationBath filter gear pump on the main circuit
Fuel supplyAtmospheric suction, 2 horizontal carburetors double body Weber 45 DCOE 14 and electrical fuel pump Bendix
Ignition4 spark plugs
Cooling systemCentrifugal water pump, radiator and fan
Gearbox5 speed + reverse gear
Gear ratesFirst: 1:3,30, Second: 1:1,98, Third: 1:1,35, Fourth: 1:1, Fifth: 1:0,79; Reverse: 1:3,01
ClutchSingle disc with tear guards with progressive dry action
TransmissionIn 2 logs with 1 front elastic joint 2 cardan joints
Rear driveCentral box in light alloy with steel tubes containing the drive shafts
Differential ratios8/41, 9/43, 9/41, 10/41 und 11/41
SuspensionFront with deformable transverse quadrilateral indepentent wheels, coil springs and stabilizer bar, rear with rigid bridge, upper triangle, lower struts, coil springs
Front and rear shock absorbersTelescopic hydraulics
Driving positionLeft; globe screw steering box and roller
Steering partsTie rods and return lever
WheelsIn light alloy “electron“ 15“ – 4,5“, 5“ or 5,5“
Tyres155 x 15“
BrakesFirst front brakes 3 Jaw drum brake later 4 disc brakes front and rear
Fuel tank capacity46L (80L and 100L as option)
Lubricant quantity5,75 kg
Cooling circuit capacity7, 5L
Maximum speedOver 200 km/h

tyre pressure

original seatbelt