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GT3 Rally Car!

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Boots, Sep 3, 2004.

  1. Boots

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    Technical Data Porsche 911 GT3 Rally

    Body

    Weight-optimised 911 GT3 body
    Carbon-Kevlar parts: trunk lid, wings
    Plastic rear window and rear side windows
    Underfloor preservation CRP
    Racing seats with six-point seat belts
    Fire warnings and extinguishing system
    Welded roll cage
    Tank: 64 litre
    Adjustable rear spoiler
    Spare wheel in interior

    Engine

    Water-cooled 6-cylinder Boxer engine motor in the rear, 4 valves per cylinder
    Cubic capacity: 3,598 cm, stroke: 76.4 mm, bore: 99.99 mm
    Max. output: approx. 381 HP (280 kW) at 7,400 rpm
    Max. torque: 380 Nm at 5,000 rpm
    Max. engine speed: 8,200 rpm
    Titanium conrod
    Dry sump oil system with oil-water heat exchanger
    Sequential fuel injection (Bosch)
    Motor electronics Bosch ME 7.8 with anti-knock control
    Fuel: Super Plus unleaded, 98 Oct

    Power transmission

    Synchronised six-speed transmission
    Rear-wheel drive
    Racing clutch
    Locking differential: 40/60%
    Oil-water heat exchanger for transmission cooling
    Top speed: 247 km/h geared up (6th gear at 8.000 rpm)

    Suspension

    Mc-Pherson front suspension
    Multi-link rear suspension
    At front and back adjustable transverse stabilisers
    Coil springs all round
    Sachs gas-pressure shock absorbers, pressure/traction adjustable
    Height, camber, track finely variable
    Alloy rims
    Power-assisted steering

    Tires

    Front axle: 8.5J x 18 ET40 on Michelin 225/40-18
    Rear axle: 11J x 18 ET63 on Michelin 295/30-18

    Brakes

    Brake force distribution with adjustable brake compensation
    Front-axle brake disk: D = 380 mm, 34 mm thick, 6-piston aluminium fixed calliper
    Rear-axle brake disk: D = 355 mm, 28 mm thick, 4-piston aluminium fixed calliper

    http://www.germancarfans.com/news.cfm/newsid/2040902.002/porsche/1.html
     
  2. hoodie

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    it truely is beautiful.... :)
     
  3. Cody

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    Nice! Something tells me that it's a tarmac rally car and not offroad.


    Ever see the specs for the Subaru Impreza WRC? For tarmac the WRC impreza has 366mm brake discs with water cooled Alcon calipers, they even have their own radiator and pump! The open class WRC has a restrictor plate that limits power production of all cars to around 300BHP but they have crazy torque:

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    Engine

    Engine Flat 4-cylinder, 16 valve, turbocharged

    Capacity 1994cc

    Bore 92.0mm

    Stroke 75.0mm

    Engine Management Subaru programmable electronic engine management system

    Power 300bhp @ 5500rpm

    Torque 60kg-m @ 4000rpm

    Exhaust System Ceramic coated, lagged with fire-proof material and aluminium covered. Fitted with two, three-way catalytic converters

    Turbo Charger IHI - with WRC regulation 34mm restrictor

    Spark Plugs NGK

    Fuel tank capacity 80 litres

    Drive

    Transmission Prodrive 6-speed electro-hydraulic

    Torque Split front/rear: 50/50

    Differentials Electro-hydraulically controlled

    Drive System 4 wheel-drive

    Suspension Front MacPherson strut

    Suspension Rear MacPherson strut with longitudinal and transverse link

    Brakes Alcon / Prodrive 305mm ventilated discs and 4-pot calipers front and Rear. For asphalt use, front brakes are 366mm ventilated discs with 6-pot water-cooled calipers

    Steering Power assisted rack and pinion

    Tyres Pirelli

    Shock Absorbers Prodrive, fully adjustable with remote reservoirs

    Wheels OZ cast magnesium

    Onboard Systems

    Data Systems One electronic system controlling engine, transmission and data-logging

    Driver Display LCD colour monitor with eight selectable data screens

    Radio Equipment Kenwood

    Dimensions

    Overall length 4415mm

    Overall width 1770mm

    Overall height 1390mm

    Wheelbase 2535mm

    Car weight 1230kgs (WRC regulation min.)




    Mmmmmm... $70,000 USD of electro-hydraulic transmission goodness... I want one for my car.

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  4. Mr.X

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    that would be so much fun. but nerve racking as hell. race a gt3 down a narrow road and pray not to wreck it.
     
  5. Evil_Jeanyus

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    holy shit!
    it'll probably get dominated by all the AWD cars tho :(
     
  6. Killercod

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    WRX Rally car *drools* I will own one someday !
     
  7. visual_kool

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    Not to mention that the Scooby WRC's tranny can go from 1-6th faster than you or I can can use a clutch to go from first to second. It also has a button on the dash to go from any gear to reverse instantly.
     
  8. Killercod

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    That would so much fun, you know get some one tail gating you, (strap yourself in) push the button and collect the settlement money :D
     

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