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froggy wrote:ive seen a gps speeds of 169 in my saab with the slightly lower 4.05 diff in at just under 7000rpm with just over 500hp
My Delta Hf powered X 1/9 used to sit at 130mph on the clock (pre-Sat' Nav' so I'd guess 120-ish). Longer legs and double the horses maybe that car could be a contender as well.
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jiffty wrote:i was initailly worried that a hevay lump in the front of an mx5 would handle awfully but if there managing with an ls1 then something a bit more european/jap would be fine.
The LS1's an all alloy block, I thought the original Mazda engine was cast iron? If that's the case then the LS1 is probably lighter than the original engine
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It's still not much though, either way.
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TeamTotalWankel wrote:McVities wrote:I know of a guy thats putting a b234 Saab lump into an mx5....he's at the stage of plumbing in the home-brewed dry-sump
I do like the sound of this
Cheap nice handling car + cheap powerful engine =
I approve of the logic too......
here's a linky:
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