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Clio super 1600





Engine




No. cylinder


4



CC (x1.7 if turbocharged)


1598



Bore / Stroke (mm)


79.5 / 80.5



Comp. Ratio




Max.Power (bhp)


220



Revs.


8600



Max.Torque (kg/m)


20



Revs.


7000



Turbo


no turbo



No. Valves


16



No. + Position Cams


2 Overhead Camshaft



Location


Front-Transverse



Transmission




Location


Front-wheel drive



Differential (Front-Central-Rear)


Mechanical



Clutch


single



Gearbox


6 speed sequential (Sadev)



Brakes




Front / gravel


DV285



Front / asphalt


DV355



Rear / gravel


DV265



Rear / asphalt


DV265



Suspension (shock absorbers)




Front


MacPherson



Rear


Trailing arm & coil over damper



Dimensions




Length (mm)


3833



Widht (mm)


1782



Height (mm)




Wheelbase (mm)


2495



Front track (mm)




Rear track (mm)




Weight (kg)


950
 


It will be the power that renault claim.

To compete in the Super 1600 category, you need this kind of power. The 206s and Pumas put out this power and so everyone else must too.

They use throttle bodies, rev very highly and need re-building every event.

They do sound nicer than any WRC car though...IMO
 


yeah, ace cars!

the saxo was the raigning champ last year when when different rules applied.

basically, the cars are built to a cost limit of US$100,000 and cont go over that. for new up and comming rally drivers and all.

anyway, origianlly, you had the choice of a single TB which is restricted to a single 60mm inlet, or individual TBs each with a 40mm inlet...

the saxo was the only one with individual TBs and duely won the championchip with sebastien loeb driving. THen, they changed the rules to only allow the single 60mm inlet restriction....and this just gave the saxo more torque.

true they sound ace!!! like the old F2 racers! LOL

and they look pretty damn sweet too!
 


Yes the kit is available, i know a FWD clio rally car with this kit, its very damn quick as well. (dumped his oil on a stage on the Isle of Man...the bugger)

Not sure if its a 1600 or 2000 but its not a works (S1600) car.
 


why ha it got 2ltr silver badges on then!!?? LOL

cup, you sure it aint a S1600, as you can buy them, there not all factory?

and im pretty sure that you cant buy the kit alone since they are so backed up with making the cars alone........

itll be a while.....the pug 206 S100 parts list just came out.......and thats been out for ages.
 


Cupsize, "Daiper" ?

Anyway, it was not that I spotted all the things you mention it was because I found the site about the S1600 and posted the actual pics from the site so I know it IS an S1600.
 


The silver super 1600 is the promotioanla car they use at car shows, Ive seen pictures of that car at the Paris motor show.

As far as the body kit, the only part that is available to buy is the spoiler, as it is a standard race spoiler. However I suppose that if enough of us were interested in the body kit there are many companies that could produce them for us.

One such company is ABS motorsport who are based in the North-east, I sold a Mitsubishi evo 6 lightweight bumper to the guy so that he could make a mould and start turning out carbon fibre and grp copies. I enquired with him about making a lightweight bonnet and he said that the cost of a body panel is 120 quid, but he charges an initial cost of 220 quid to produce a mould. His e-mail address is mailto:absmotorsport@aol.com">absmotorsport@aol.com if anyone wants to enquire with hima bout producing an entire kit.
 


you could probably use the v6 front n rear bumpers and arches for the mk2.. the rear arches would need making, but probably not too bad to do.. will have to get some costs for the v6 parts ??.. Ben ?? have you got an updated price list, mine hasnt got v6 pars prices on.



Joe.
 


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