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Lancia Dialfa-18HP

Lancia Dialfa
Aka Lancia Dialfa-18HP
Manufacturer Lancia
Body style 4-door cabriolet
Layout FR layout
Parent company
Engine 3815 cc straight-6 40 hp
Production 1908
Predecessor
Successor Lancia Beta
Wheelbase 324cm
Related
Class
Transmission 4-speed manual
Weight 750kg
Parent company


The Lancia 18/24 HP Dialfa was the second model built by Lancia, produced in 1908. The car was based on four cylinder Lancia Alfa, now with straight-6 engine. With 40 hp it could achieve top speed of 110km/h. The car was built only 23 examples, all in 1908.


Technical

Period production: year 1908

  • Engine: 'Type 53'; engine front, longitudinal, a 6-cylinder in-line, tri-block (3 blocks cast iron cylinder 2 each), bore 90mm, race 100mm, displacement total cc 3817.03, cylinder head fixed-base alloy of aluminum, distribution a parallel side valves (2 valves per cylinder) driven by a cam side (in the basement) driven by gears, drive shaft supports 4; compression ratio 4.8 : 1, maximum power CV 40 to 1,500 rpm, maximum attainable: 1,800 rpm; power-fall (carburetor Vertical Launch two stages, preheated water radiator ), Magneto ignition high-voltage (Bosch) with the advance value manually adjustable, lubricants gravity (auxiliary pump to lubricate the supports of the crankshaft, depending on speed) capacity lubrication circuit liters 15; cooling water with centrifugal pump and radiator with a honeycomb, assisted by a ventilator
  • Transmission: tree with joints traction rear wheel clutch Multi bath oil; exchange (box in Light) to 4 relationship with command over reverse-stick side; final report of reduction (conical gears) 2722:1 (18/49)
  • Suspensions: before rigid axle and leaf spring longitudinal semiellittiche, behind rigid axle with leaf spring longitudinal 3/4 ellipse
  • Brake: Brakes brake pedal (mechanical) acting on the transmission and brakes handmade (mechanical) agent on the rear wheels
  • Wheels and tires: wooden wheels (a race), tires 820 x 120
  • Steering: leadership right; steering screw and wheel.
  • Frame: steel, and a side-sleepers; step 323.5 cm, 133 cm front carriageway road back 133 cm, length and width of the frame 421.5 cm and 161.5 cm respectively; weight of the chassis, in running order, Kg 750.
  • Performance: maximum speed 110 kmh
  • Price: Lire 14,000 bare chassis, in 1908;
  • Numberingframes: between No. 37 and No. 136; within this number (which deals mainly with the model-Alfa 15HP) are including copies of the model 18/24 HP-Dialfa that assommano 23 units in all.


References

  • Lancia by Michael Frostick, 1976. ISBN 0-901564-22-2


External Links

Lancia Dialfa-18HP Photo


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