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MOSKVITCH Rally
« on: June 28, 2013, 08:23:33 PM »
MOSKVITCH 2140 I was buying a 1979 car and will build it like  rallycar .
I am looking for rallyparts  like intakemanifold for  2 Weber ,exhaustmanifold ; Rally  wheels tec...
In Belguim was  Vic Heylen that build  3 our 4 cars for Spa ,matby someone can give more info about this ones .
All help welcome
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Re: MOSKVITCH Rally
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2013, 08:09:46 AM »
Hi! I'm interested in the history of sports cars Moskvich. I Have a lot of pictures of this car.
This car is officially called the "Moskvich 1600 Rallye", It has been homologated in 1976.
Restore this car in the original - very difficult. The fact that it used a very rare parts.
Engine - 1.6 DOHC, "412-2V", about 130 h.p., These cylinder heads were produced only 22 pieces, survived to our days just a few. The engine is very similar to the Fiat 1600 OSCA, Fiat OSCA engine was tested in AZLK and was used as a sample layout.
Gearbox - not the standard. The experimental model CP-9 (КП-9) or 412-020. Released about 70 pieces, now they are very difficult to find if you're lucky - in Moscow, it will cost 1000-2000 EUR.

Homologation papers:
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Engine:
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Intake manifolds can be found, or put on the BMW M10 - it suited the top 3 bolts - will have to be customized or make an adapter.
http://www.drive2.ru/cars/moskvich/2141/2141/sni7/journal/4899916394579363970/ [nofollow]

exhaust manifold and pipes can make the guys from Ukraine - they have a pattern.
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If you need my help with information, please contact me on my email.
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Re: MOSKVITCH Rally
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2013, 08:26:34 AM »
The wheels have been used or modified steel, or ATS Classic  4*98 with LADA wheel adapter:
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Re: MOSKVITCH Rally
« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2013, 10:22:48 AM »
hallo Edgar,many thanks  for this info and I think its the first time that I see this in a western site .I now Lada(never see one) had  this type of head  but did now from Moskvitch.
I find it good  but complicted  with the  adapter . I see that in Ukraine the make it in steeel like on the Lada . I alway use aluminium . Will speak with Motorman in Greece  for it
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Re: MOSKVITCH Rally
« Reply #4 on: July 25, 2013, 10:31:48 AM »
you cane almost not believe what I found  from my BMW  time :two set intake manifold
So I need  only the adaptor plate
Is it possible to ask them our I must ask it.
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Re: MOSKVITCH Rally
« Reply #5 on: July 25, 2013, 06:19:49 PM »
Inlet flange of collectors drawing for UZAM-412:
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split gear (vernier pulley) for UZAM-412:
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For engines LADA has been done experimental DOHC cylinder heads: VFTS T16 & EVA, MTX, LSGA, UGC....
I can tell you about them, show photo.

Moskvitch Twincam - a very interesting thing, I can say that it is a descendant of OSCA 1500/1600 engine
http://www.drive2.ru/users/edgar-mg/blog/4899916394579191535/ [nofollow] - this is my blog, I compared these motors in article :)

but there is still a unique cylinder headы for Moskvich - 16v!
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her drawings have survived, and she was to begin to produce in Ukraine in autumn.

...and 20v!!!!!
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Re: MOSKVITCH Rally
« Reply #6 on: July 26, 2013, 08:39:12 AM »
many thanks Edgar. Do you think it will come on market ?
I have one set off MTX wheels thatI wish to use on a 2105 car
Like  you can see under ,I work on this moment on OSCA engines
4 blocs
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Re: MOSKVITCH Rally
« Reply #7 on: November 17, 2013, 04:38:26 PM »
hallo Edgar,I can buy a 412  1972 ,you you think its ok to  build  that other  Rally 412 ? . Need  then painting because no red  412 where rallying (I think) Drive good but on gas  . So all must go out . Body is clean ,not perfect  .
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Re: MOSKVITCH Rally
« Reply #8 on: November 18, 2013, 06:21:33 AM »
WOW!!! Excellent condition!!!!
Yes, AZLK  (Moskow) factory rally team did not use the red cars.
Moscow 412 rallycars were usually blue or yellow/beige  variations:
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Izhevsk rally-team sometimes used a red-orange color:
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Red cars were the private racers (non-professional racers)
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