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    Default WNT: PRV V6 complete ???

    Hi Froggers,

    I have a client who requires a decent and complete PRV V6.

    Any out there????

    Ray

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    Hello Ray,

    Can you elaborate on what constitutes "decent and complete"?

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    Also which year you prefer as there are lots of them
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    Decent :
    A runner with good compressions !!!!

    Model :
    Even fire with fuel injection, but really any 2.8 !!!

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    Hi Ray

    I have a 1995 Renault Laguna here that has a 3 litre V6 in it, the car has 275,000 Km on the odometer. This car was my daily driver until I got a 2002 Laguna to replace it. I continued using the car as work car up until November last year when It run out of registration.
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    COL,
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    Hi Ray here are some pics of my Laguna V6 engine.
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    Laguna is a good donor option. There seem to be more about than 605/XM.
    A late Volvo 760 may also work as a 2.85l donor. The last facelifted model.
    You can probably buy a water pump for it too! Not so easy for the Laguna/605/XM version.
    Wrong state, but something like this maybe:
    Wrecking Volvo 760GLE

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    Hi Ray
    If you're still in the hunt I have two prv v6s here (one es9j4, one es9j4s) so they're the 3L (or 2.9 as some places list it). Don't know if you're in the market for it. Both run fine. The es9j4 has about 200,000 on it and the es9j4s (better option) about 140,000 and cam belt was changed 20,000 ago. Real good engine, shame the car got driven up the bum and written off. I know you're in Perth so we can work on price. Feel free to PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itscozitsfrench View Post
    Hi Ray
    If you're still in the hunt I have two prv v6s here (one es9j4, one es9j4s) so they're the 3L (or 2.9 as some places list it). Don't know if you're in the market for it. Both run fine. The es9j4 has about 200,000 on it and the es9j4s (better option) about 140,000 and cam belt was changed 20,000 ago. Real good engine, shame the car got driven up the bum and written off. I know you're in Perth so we can work on price. Feel free to PM me.
    Those engines are the quad cam type with a timing belt, my understanding is that Ray is looking for an engine with single over head cams and a timing chain.
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    A 90* 2.7 chain driven single OHC ?


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    single overhead cams and a timing chain
    Quite clear to me.
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    Ah, gotcha. Just for future reference are the es9 series v6's PRV as well?

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    No, these are a later Peugeot Renault design.

    Quote Originally Posted by itscozitsfrench View Post
    Ah, gotcha. Just for future reference are the es9 series v6's PRV as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRAHAM WALLIS View Post
    No, these are a later Peugeot Renault design.
    With no Volvo involvement obviously


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    I have 2-3 2.8 Oddfire K-jetronic motors here I'm sure you could make a good one from them. They were all in various states of running when pulled out. However I'd probably just strip/check/reassemble before use. $150 each if interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nagaman View Post
    A 90* 2.7 chain driven single OHC ?
    Pretty much, but it came in 2.7, then 2.85, then reworked as the evenfire versions. XM/605/Laguna used a later 3.0 litre version. There was also a 24 Valve version, but it's very rare and a couple made it here in used XMs. Laguna will be the easiest source of a 3.0. Probably Volvo for various 2.72.8 versions. ES9 is different.

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    i have a 605 running engine just need to take it out of the car or drive the car over

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    Thank you folks,

    Have a FI motor on the workshop floor today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 505v6 View Post
    i have a 605 running engine just need to take it out of the car or drive the car over
    605s are quite rare now - if it's driveable why wreck it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armidillo View Post
    605s are quite rare now - if it's driveable why wreck it?
    because i have so many peugeots need to cull some WNT: PRV V6 complete ???-img_1026.jpg

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