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    Lamborghini Diablo SVR 1996

    In a ghostly white paint this SVR has yet to race.
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    ummm can you say 'looks freakin wicked!!??"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverG35SportC
    ummm can you say 'looks freakin wicked!!??"
    ummm, no
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    mmmmmh, can you say "high res only" ?? Come one, not that I don't like the car, I actually love it ... but I was expecting some good Matt-sized pictures ... and got these tuhmbnails ... I had high hopes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z0RR0
    mmmmmh, can you say "high res only" ?? Come one, not that I don't like the car, I actually love it ... but I was expecting some good Matt-sized pictures ... and got these tuhmbnails ... I had high hopes...
    They're well within the rules.

    And if you want some Lambo pics, there's quite a few in here. Just sort by Thread Title.
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    ...Utah! Get me two...

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    last two...
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    ...Utah! Get me two...

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    I'm selling my SVR...anyone interested ?
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    ..last ones.
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    I remember these. I was a t a race at Donigton Park. It was amazing.
    Like banger racing.
    Seeing them all smashing into each other.
    Fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by distress
    I'm selling my SVR...anyone interested ?
    my ass you own an SVR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6speed
    my ass you own an SVR.
    Are jokes not a normal thing for you?
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    Lamborghini Diablo SVR
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    amazingly nice Diablos!

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    Lamborghini Diablo SVR #7

    Just the above images in higher resolution.

    Diablo SVR (31 Made 1996)
    - Sport Voloce

    The press release issued in Geneva on March 6th, 1996 announced that this monobrand Trophy would last for three years and it would be open to gentlemen drivers as well as professional drivers at the wheel of the SVR, the racing version of the Diablo.

    What the Press release could not convey is the enthusiasm, the excitement and the pride of all of us in AUTOMOBILI LAMBORGHINI. The company made an enormous effort to complete this project, fighting a vexing timetable; this cooperation of everybody.

    To fully comprehend what happened it is sufficient to say that the project work started at the beginning of February and the official opening of the Trophy in Le Mans on June 14 th, 1996 saw 28 cars ready to tear away the tarmac of the track. The same number of cars completed this very hard and demanding race without any problems and the satisfaction of all concerned was so great that the nickname " 0 faults operation " was applied to the occasion.

    After a brilliant start an exciting and wild Championship followed, full of surprises and breathtaking moments at high speed on the best European racing tracks, from Nurburgring to Anderstorp, Brands Hatch, Spa. Words are not sufficient to convey the emotions that derive from the sight of this racing Diablo: only the images or, better, the attendance at the racing track pay justice to the beauty and speed of the cars. Equally difficult is to describe the skill of the drivers, who, push themselves to the limit to offer the spectators and the enthusiasts of this Monobrand Trophy, a show worthy of its name, the name of AUTOMOBILI LAMBORGHINI.

    NGINE
    Type: 60 V12
    Mid-longitudinal
    Aluminum block and heads
    chain driven DOHC per bank
    Valves: 4 per cylinder
    Capacity: 5,707cc
    Bore/Stroke: 87mm x 80mm
    Compression: 10:1
    Fuel System: Electronic Integrated with L.I.E.
    Horsepower: 540 bhp @ 7100 rpm
    Torque: 598 Nm/441 ft lb @ 5200

    DRIVETRAIN
    Transmission: 5-speed + reverse
    Transfer-gear Ratio: 1.59:1
    Final-drive Ratio: 1:2.529, limited slip
    Clutch: Dry single plate 10"

    Gear Ratios
    1st - 1:2.312
    2nd - 1:1.524
    3rd - 1:1.125
    4th - 1:0.888
    5th - 1:0.676
    Reverse - 1:2.125


    STRUCTURE
    Chassis: Steel-tubing space frame
    Body: Aluminum alloy, carbon fibre and fibreglass reinforced plastic
    Steering: Variable power assisted rack and pinion
    - front 8.5 x 17 inches
    Wheels: O.Z. Racing 3-piece, cast aluminum hub with forged aluminum rim. Central nut wheel hubs.
    - front: 8.5 x 17 inches
    - rear: 13 x 18 inches
    Front Tires: Dunlop 235/615-17
    Rear Tires: Dunlop 330/675-18

    SUSPENSION
    Front: Independent unequal length control arms, coil springs, anti-roll bar.
    Rear: Independent unequal length control arms, 2 coil shock units, anti-roll bar.

    BRAKES
    Type: Power vacuum H system. Aluminum alloy four-pot calipers.
    Front: 355 mm ventilated discs
    Rear: 335 mm ventilated discs

    DIMENSIONS
    Wheelbase: 2650 mm
    Overall Length: 4550 mm
    Overall Width: 2040 mm
    Overall Height: 1105 mm
    Front Track: 1540 mm
    Rear Track: 1640 mm
    Ground Clearance: 143 mm
    Weight: 1385 kg
    Distribution: Front/Rear 40/60
    Fuel Tank: 100 L

    PERFORMANCE
    Top Speed: 305.6 kph / 191 mph
    0-60 (mph): 3.9 sec
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