Jaguar XJ-X300 XJR-X306
Model: XJ-X300 (1994 - 1997)
Wikipedia (XJ-X300): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaguar_XJ_(X300)
The XJR was introduced as a high-performance sport model, and it was Jaguar's first-ever supercharged road car (and only the second Jaguar road car to use forced induction, after the turbocharged Jaguar XJ220.) The output of the six-cylinder AJ16 engine was increased to 326 bhp (243 kW; 331 PS) and 378 lb·ft (512 N·m) with the use of an Eaton M90 supercharger and an air-water intercooler. The 0 to 60 mph (0 to 97 km/h) time was generally around the 5.7 to 6.4 second mark. The XJR was fitted with larger 17" wheels, compared to 16" on the rest of the range, along Pirelli P-Zero tyres, firmer suspension and a taller 3.27:1 differential. Although the Getrag manual gearbox was standard, almost all XJRs were built with the optional GM 4L80-E automatic gearbox.
Cosmetically, the XJR differed from the standard cars with a body-coloured grille surround, mesh grille insert, body-coloured boot-lid plinth, larger exhaust outlets, special five-spoke "Sport" alloy wheels, and "XJR" badging. Rain gutters and window surrounds were matte black, except on North American models where they were polished stainless steel.
This generation of the XJR model carries the code name "X306". It is also sometimes referred to as the "XJR6" to differentiate it from the later V8-engined X308 XJR.
Supercharger Pulley Upgrade KIT - larger lower supercharger pulley - longer supercharger drive belt (Gates) - Intercooler water pump MNA8260AB (Hella OE) - modified crankshaft position sensor bracket +40PS ;-) Modified CPS bracket (additional 5 degree ignition advance incrase) for better performance and economy.