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The Technical Library at:

http://rrtechnical.info/

is coming on rapidly. Most postwar manuals are already online, including workshop manuals and spare parts schedules for all R-R/B cars from 1946 to 1990. Later manuals are still mostly subject to copyright restrictions and will not be mabe public just yet. There is still a huge backlog of prewar date ready to be released too.

Further useful manuals would be greatly appreciated, and any correspondence or special requirements may be directed to me through the site.

Richard Treacy / RROC(Aust), RREC, RROC Inc
 

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WOW! This is terrific.

This post basically is going to allow me to purchase a turbo r one day, hopefully soon.

I have always worked on my own vehicles and have never ever gone to a dealership for any repairs or parts.

From what I had read before about the cars they semed simpler than what many seem to think.

The engine seems quite resilient and of simple mechanical design.

the transmissions are GM, which I ahve rebuilt before.

The injection system is CIS, which is pretty simple.

the turbo is a T04B, which is cheap, parts are plentiful.

I wonder if the trear differential is based off of anything well known? it would be nice to fit some sort of limited slip in there...

sorry If I am making some of you cringe, I love luxury but I want it to be well sporting too.
 
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