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Vale Peter Wherrett

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    If you MUST express yourself in such a manner... use ***** and let the reader's imagination 'fill in the blanks'."






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Henry

New member
very sad news. Peter's Torque program was an integral part of my childhood obsession with motoring.
 

Rob

New member
I havn't seen any Peter Wherret turbo Sigmas around for a long time, Torque must of been the only automotive program around when it was on that was worth watching anyway.
 

Nascar12

New member
quote:Originally posted by Car61

quote:Originally posted by rob

I havn't seen any Peter Wherret turbo Sigmas around for a long time, ...
Maybe 'cause the PW Sigmas weren't turbos!

"Power was up from 72.9kW @ 4400rpm to 76.0kW @ 4800rpm"

http://www.sigmalovers.com/sigmalovers_013.htm

Gawd, I can't believe somone bother to set up a website to the Sigma. What a sad bunch of tossers would frequent there.
"I wonder whats doing in the upcoming events"?

http://www.sigmalovers.com/sigmalovers_062.htm


Better keep those dates free ehhhh......
 

Nascar12

New member
quote:Originally posted by Car61

quote:Originally posted by rob

I havn't seen any Peter Wherret turbo Sigmas around for a long time, ...
Maybe 'cause the PW Sigmas weren't turbos!

"Power was up from 72.9kW @ 4400rpm to 76.0kW @ 4800rpm"

http://www.sigmalovers.com/sigmalovers_013.htm

Gawd, I can't believe somone bother to set up a website to the Sigma. What a sad bunch of tossers would frequent there.
"I wonder whats doing in the upcoming events"?

http://www.sigmalovers.com/sigmalovers_062.htm


Better keep those dates free ehhhh......
 

Racin Jason

New member
Sad news for the Wherrett's. My deepest sympathy to them.

I worked on a few of those turbo Stigmas when I was an apprentice and they were a pretty potent thing ...while they were going. They had a draw through system with a CD stromberg iirq. We used to replace that with a 600 Holley and they made some pretty big numbers on the dyno. They are still POS.
 

Racin Jason

New member
Sad news for the Wherrett's. My deepest sympathy to them.

I worked on a few of those turbo Stigmas when I was an apprentice and they were a pretty potent thing ...while they were going. They had a draw through system with a CD stromberg iirq. We used to replace that with a 600 Holley and they made some pretty big numbers on the dyno. They are still POS.
 

Bigcol

Active member
quote:Originally posted by Henry

very sad news. Peter's Torque program was an integral part of my childhood obsession with motoring.
Yeah mine too.

Wherret liked to get the frocks on behind closed doors but who cares i liked his shows and what he had to say
 

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