What transmission are they using?
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I have an idea, we will try it my way first...and then we will finish.
Pictures Ive taken of stuff
Quote from rossion. Some new info i just learned of.
The goal of the purpose built track day car is to build a highly competitive track day car that meets with FIA, SCCA and NASA safety requirements. We wish to provide our customers with a competitive base platform that they can be expanded upon, if they so desire, to race in any number of classes or sanctioning bodies. Eventually, we would like to see this car competing in the FIA Supersport and GT4 series. The customer can buy the car direct from Rossion and eventually from one of the Rossion Motorsport Dealers ready to take to the track and have fun with it. Since each one is hand built, the client can spec the car exactly to their requirements and needs. There is an endless list of upgrades already available.
So why build a 2.0L 4 cylinder single turbo track car (RP120-R)? The answer is as follows:
•A base 2.0L 4 cyl turbo car should produce between 280 and 300 wheel hp and weigh under 2000lbs.
•Easy and cheap to maintain, repair and run.
•Estimated Base 2.0L-T 300HP at the wheels retail price $69,500
•The base mode should easily be able to out handle and outperform a stock Lotus Exige S
•The car can be ordered with a drivetrain that produces 400 wheel horsepower in a 4cyl
The car can be ordered with a 3.0L twin turbo option or a 3.5L option
It is expected that a 3.7L twin turbo option in a north south configuration will be available within a year.
Electric power steering pump
Harness plate to be mounted under seat
FSWerks 3" downpipe/exhaust
Last edited by rq1trackaddict; 07-19-2012 at 06:38 PM.
So much awesome
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Completed air intake for the turbo
Race cluster by AIM Sports
Air filter placement right at the lower duct opening
Center exit exhaust and tow hook mounted
Intercooler piping complete
Hot side piping from turbo to intercooler. One port on the intercooler will be blocked off
Power steering cooler and front tow hook
Oil cooler mounted right behind side scoop
Canton Accusump oil accumulator mouted
Electric power steering pump installed
Fresh set of hoosiers
Fluid transfer hoses from Goodridge USA
Engine bay complete
Fuel hoses, intercooler piping, and cooling ducts all in place
Cooling ducts for intercooler box
Last edited by rq1trackaddict; 08-04-2012 at 11:30 PM.
Goodies from Heatshield Products
Lava Turbo Shield by Heatshield Products
Lava Mat from Heatshield Products
Inferno Shield from Heatshield Products to keep the heat off the alternator
Thermaflect Sleeve from Heatshield Products.
I'm not the biggest fan of that big rossion logo in the middle of the hatch
Last edited by rq1trackaddict; 08-09-2012 at 10:44 PM.