Friday, June 26, 2009

Proton Satria Neo Super 2000

Proton Satria Neo Super 2000. In the hands of Irish driver Niall McShea, the Proton caused quite a stir on the first WRC event earlier this year, Rally Ireland, when it stormed into a podium position on day one, ahead of a full field of WRC machinery. Click play button to view the video of the pocket rocket which is build by MEM workshop =)



Car Specifications:

+Can be configured for right-hand or left-hand drive
+Front bumper designed to maximize aerodynamics and cooling
+Small frontal area
+Modified front and rear wings to maximize width
+Lightweight rear spoiler for minimum drag
+Lightweight FIA-approved Chrome Moly roll cage space frame chassis
+Four-cylinder MEM-Proton 2000cc S2000 engine
+Forged pistons
+Lightweight steel con-rods
+Billet steel crankshaft
+Lightweight steel flywheel
+278bhp@7600rpm
+GEMS X25 ECU
+Integrated data-logging and color dashboard display
+Xtrac 532 4WD Super 2000 transmission
+6-speed sequential gearbox with engine cut on up-shift
+Limited slip differential
+Front diff: plated mechanical, externally adjustable
+Center diff: spool
+Rear diff: plated mechanical, externally adjustable
+Hydraulic handbrake with auto-release system for rear differential
+Bespoke WRC-style lightweight driveshafts all round
+Tubular fabricated front and rear crossmembers
+Front: lower wishbone and MacPherson strut
+Rear: lower wishbone and MacPherson strut
+MEM-Dynamics dampers all round
+Anti-rollbars front and rear, optional sizes available
+One-piece alloy hubs, interchangeable front to rear
+Front: Alcon 4-piston forged calipers, 350mm vented discs, (tarmac)
+Front: Alcon 4-piston forged calipers, 300mm vented discs, (gravel)
+Rear: Alcon 4-piston forged calipers, 300mm vented discs, (common)
+MEM pedal box assy, adjustable for driver position
+Hydraulic power-assisted rack and pinion
+Adjustable steering column reach and height
+Quick-release steering wheel
+GEMS Multiplex wiring and power management system, including auto-power reset
+Central multi-function key pad control and integrated data-logging
+Information by color TV screen dashboard display
+72-liter AFS FT3 safety fuel cell with quick-change fuel control cassette
+FIA Staubli dry-break fill and vent connections
+18”x8” alloy for tarmac
+15”x6.5” alloy for gravel
+Length 3905mm
+Width 1800mm
+Height 1300mm
+Wheelbase 2440mm
+Front track 1543mm
+Rear track 1543mm
+Weight 1150kg (tarmac), 1200kg (gravel)

2 comments:

  1. hehe .. u have to ask MEM to build one for you. and it cost a lot =p

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