The Judd GV 4.2 Litre V10 was developed for the 2013 season as a result of the phenomenal success of the GV 4 engine in the Boss series.

Judd GV 4.2 Litre V10

Engine details

Compared to the GV 4 litre, the Judd GV 4.2 Litre V10 has updated, lighter cylinder heads, twin barrel throttles and a lower centre of gravity. The engine is also 10 kg lighter than the 4 litre version. The engine made its race debut in April 2013 at the Hockenheim circuit in Germany, scoring a double victory on its debut. The engine was expertly installed in the Benetton chassis by Kevin Mansell.

Further success has followed in the 2014, 2015 and 2016 seasons.

Engine Information

Capacity: 4200 CC
Configuration: 72 DEGREE V10, DOHC, 4 VALVES PER CYLINDER
Weight: 135 KG
Maximum Power: OVER 750 BHP (UNRESTRICTED, WHERE REGULATIONS PERMIT)
Maximum RPM: 11,000 RPM
Rebuild Interval: 3000 KM
Engine Management: EFI EURO 12. 4 independent engine maps, driver switchable.
Closed loop fuelling. PID Traction control, driver adjustable.
CAN link for gearbox control, data logging.
Multi-channel engine safety software to prevent engine damage (overheating, loss of oil pressure, etc).
Compatible with Motec, Cosworth, Magneti Marelli and Bosch data acquisition and dashboard systems.

See and hear this engine in action …

Engine Design

Engine Assembly

Manufacturing

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