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- 27 november, 2005 kl. 10:02 #13416
I am in the process of building a new Saab 96 for rallyes. I want to compete in the german ”Schotter-Cup” (Grus-Cup) next year.
As I build the car for german group F, I have to think about the weight of the car, to decide, wether to use a 1500 or 1700cc engine.
So the question is, how much is the weight of your rallye-V4’s?
Thanks for answers!
Erik27 november, 2005 kl. 18:51 #90282
1020 kg with a 75 kg driver. Not me!
/B27 november, 2005 kl. 21:04 #90283
Ok, so this would be about 945-950kg without driver (that is what I meant).
The minimum-weight in the class 1300-1600cc is 960kg…
And the others here, how much weigh your rallye-V4’s?
Erik27 november, 2005 kl. 21:57 #90284
My yellow one s weight is 1020Kg without driver.
Erik Uppsälls is 930Kg built to be super light weight
Leif Alges 960Kg but he dosent drive with double outlets & crossovermanifold
/Fredrik28 november, 2005 kl. 08:11 #90285
Hm, that is quite a lot of different weights. My car will be with the standard-double-Solex-insug and enkelblas, as I am not allowed to use the korsinsug and dubbelblas in the German Group F. Perhaps I should first build the car ready with standard-engine and find out, how heavy the V4 is then…
MVH Erik19 april, 2006 kl. 12:10 #90286
I am about to finish the build of the ”gravel-car”.
As I didn’t find anybody in germany who is able to build a good V4-engine (believe it!), I now got an engine and gearbox from Stockholm (1740cc/weber 40DFI/7.6-camshaft ~115hk, 7:38 sp.2 with limited slip) -> Thanks Jonas!
Therefore I have changed to group H because of the weight. Minimum allowed weight in the class up to 2.0 l is 890kg. Right now the car has 910kg! I still have to put on the glasfiber-hood and bootlid, than I am near 900kg. And I still haven’t put in rear-plastic-sidewindows, and I also have some glasfiber-wings. So it should be possible to come near 890kg…
Erik19 april, 2006 kl. 13:21 #90287
Is plastic windows, hood, bootlid and wings allowed in German group H? It seams to be big difference between Swedish and German regulations
/Ulf19 april, 2006 kl. 19:53 #90288
Yes, in group H you may use wings, boot and hood and even doors in non-metal-material. And you may also install side and rear-window(s) in plastic / macrolon.
Besides this you may modify the chassis, the brakes, the gearbox, the engine (all but not the block)like you want it. For example put an 16V-cylinderhead on an 8V-engine, change from carburettors to injection (and vice-versa) and so on. But you may not put a turbocharger on a non-turbo engine…
Erik19 april, 2006 kl. 20:46 #90289
Do you know that XP Nicklas sels lightweight front windows?20 april, 2006 kl. 18:55 #9029020 april, 2006 kl. 22:54 #90291
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