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    Lancia Delta ECV 1987

    Lancia Delta ECV Prototyp (1987)

    Engine Centrally mounted, longitudinal with 4 cyl inline. 1795CC. Bore x stroke, 88.5mm x 71.5mm Triflux' double reverse flow cylinder head with 4 valves/cylinder and twin overhead camshafts. Compression ratio, 7.5:1. 600hp @ 8000rpm.. 55mKg@5000rpm. Twin KKK turbochargers with individual intercoolers. Weber/Magnetti Marelli injection/ignition with electronically controlled turbocharging level. Dry sump lubrication with pressure and extraction pumps and air/oil radiators.

    Transmission Four-wheel drive. Epicyclic train torque converter with viscous coupling and ZF differentials rear. Carbon fibre/Kevlar drive shafts. Provision for locking the central torque distribution (30/70, front/ rear). Twin-plate clutch with metal-ceramic friction gaskets. Five speed gearbox longitudinally mounted at rear.

    Bodywork Load-bearing structure made of carbon fibre honeycomb with steel tube screen front structure. Bodywork mostly made of carbon and Kevlar resins, impregnated with epoxy resins.

    Suspension Independent struts, coil springs and anti rolls front and rear. Co-axial Bilstein dampers at front, double acting Bilstein dampers at rear.

    Brakes Front: Ventilated discs with twin-calipers and two 300mm diameter Brembo cylinders. Rear: Ventillated discs with single calipers and four 300mm diameter Brembo cylinders. Brakes operated through twin hydraulic pumps in parallel with manual balance adjustment.

    Wheels Composite material, Speedline 9ins x l6ins rims at front with light alloy 11 ins x 16ins at rear. Pirelli tyres 230/660-16 (front) and 290/660-16 (rear)
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    Nice too see a pic of a good old Gr.S car

    Ps. i am guessing these specs came from either a book not writen in Eng or form word of mouth cus some of the thing u listed dont really make sence, but its prolly just the wording that makes my think its a bad translatio

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    great

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    that picture looks like it's a die cast model

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    600bhp + short wheelbase = shedloads of tailhappy fun

    More unforgiving than the Metro 6R4 maybe?

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    Just a little correction:

    "Bodywork mostly made of carbon and Kevlar Fibers, impregnated with epoxy resins."

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    Press release has obviously come out in English English, not American English.

    The spelling is correct
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    Lancia Delta ECV#2
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    Quote Originally Posted by ag84
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    Ag84, compliments. I really like your choice of vehicles you post in the Hide Out. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man of Steel
    Ag84, compliments. I really like your choice of vehicles you post in the Hide Out. Thanks
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    hmm, just looking at the specs from the first post...

    i presume that's the torque at 55 mKg, as in metre kilogramss (kilogram metres)

    very strange

    also... how come sometimes you see measurements of torque in Nm (Newton metres) which is force x distance (a physical torque) but in this case and in british specs you get quoted a mass x force (mKg or lb ft)???
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    Quote Originally Posted by derekthetree
    also... how come sometimes you see measurements of torque in Nm (Newton metres) which is force x distance (a physical torque) but in this case and in british specs you get quoted a mass x force (mKg or lb ft)???
    One Newton is also the force of Earth's gravity on an apple with a mass of about 100 g.

    Torque = mass x distance

    Edit: torque = force x distance No wonder I failed in my physics exam more than once. *big grin*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Revo
    One Newton is also the force of Earth's gravity on an apple with a mass of about 100 g.

    Torque = mass x distance

    Edit: torque = force x distance No wonder I failed in my physics exam more than once. *big grin*
    lol

    oh and one Newton is defined as the amount of force required to give a 1 kg mass an acceleration of 1 m/s^2. so in the earth's gravitational field the a mass of 101.936799...grams (1000g/9.81 m/s^2) would experience a force of one Newton
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    The car looks great, I haven`t seen many photos of the GrpS Rally Cars before,

    Its a shame that this forumla didn`t get run, Certainly would have been more interesting than Group A At the time,
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