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Alex_Rally
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14th Jul 10 at 20:30   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

hi guys are these FWD ???? what they like as well it says they are like 220bhp ??? sounds good they are cheap as chips lol

look weird tho....

mainly are they FWD ??
AndyCorsaSport
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14th Jul 10 at 20:31   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Yeah FWD afaik
fir3vip3r
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14th Jul 10 at 20:36   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

RWD ftw

God knows why they made them FWD. But they do look quite cool

[Edited on 14-07-2010 by fir3vip3r]
P1CK4D
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FWD. Very quick and easily tunable. Very cheap for what they are.
Alex_Rally
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they would be great if they were RWD thats why i was looking at them
taylorboosh
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they are still one of the fastest fwd cars ever made are they not?
Alex_Rally
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would they be any gud on a track ?? cos the insurance would be rather steep a bet .
P1CK4D
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14th Jul 10 at 20:48   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Theres a Fiat Coupe Turbo that competes in Time Attack.. So....
taylorboosh
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ive never driven one but seen a stunning red one that goes to peel and its fucking rapid
Alex_Rally
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iiii sounds like a plan like
taylorboosh
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2.0 20V Turbo I5 1998 cc 220 PS (160 kW; 220 hp) @5750 rpm 310 Nm (230 lbft) @2500 rpm 6.3 250 km/h (160 mph

0.4 of a sec slower to 60 than a focus rs.... cant be bad. late ones had brembos
Jambo
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my mate has one. Great cars
Corsa_Sport21
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Timing belt is ment to be a ball-ache to do on these,so they say anyway.

Anyway,ive always liked them.Pretty ugly but thats what makes them kinda appealing.

Think for a year they done a 16v turbo,then changed that in 96 to a 20v turbo,which had the Brembo 4 pots as standard.
Alex_Rally
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the 16v one is only 200bhp a think
Alex_Rally
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i know of a good one for sale but its the 16v model the kid will sell for 650min .... taxed and tested good strong car.
leon.
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i've got one in the process of fitting a gt28r turbo on it at the moment to give it around 340 bhp :-D

I love it
Jay
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15th Jul 10 at 00:10   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

A mate of mine had one of these years ago, used to rag the arse out of it everywhere, was rapido!
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quote:
Originally posted by Corsa_Sport21
Timing belt is ment to be a ball-ache to do on these,so they say anyway.

Anyway,ive always liked them.Pretty ugly but thats what makes them kinda appealing.

Think for a year they done a 16v turbo,then changed that in 96 to a 20v turbo,which had the Brembo 4 pots as standard.


Timing belt is supposed to be an engine out job
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15th Jul 10 at 02:24   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Pretty wank in standard form IMO.
Twiggy
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quote:
Originally posted by Eddx14xe
quote:
Originally posted by Corsa_Sport21
Timing belt is ment to be a ball-ache to do on these,so they say anyway.

Anyway,ive always liked them.Pretty ugly but thats what makes them kinda appealing.

Think for a year they done a 16v turbo,then changed that in 96 to a 20v turbo,which had the Brembo 4 pots as standard.


Timing belt is supposed to be an engine out job
BarnshaW
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15th Jul 10 at 07:33   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

you dont have to take the engine out.........
leon.
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its ment to be an engine out job but it can be done in place but its not easy
BarnshaW
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my friend had one and you can move the engine slightly in the bay and do it but run the risk of damaging the hydraulics and will usually leak.

 
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