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Radical SR3 Turbo specs

Car type Open-wheeler
Curb weight 500 kg (1102 lbs)
Power / weight 640 ps (631 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 578 Nm (426 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2003
Origin country United Kingdom
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Powertrain

Engine type Powertec Inline-4 Turbo
Displacement 1.5 l (92 ci)
Power 320 ps (316 bhp / 235 kw)
Torque 289 Nm (213 lb-ft)
Power / liter 213 ps (210 hp)
Transmission 6
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

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Fangio Man  6y ago

@Hayes
The car is radical! ;D


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Hayes  7y ago

210 hp per litre. Holy shit


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Shaggy  7y ago

Some people are just blessed, the owner of this collection of magnificent machines must be looooooooooooaded.


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Fangio Man  7y ago

Nice car collection at the picture!

Ferrari 360 Spyder, Radical SR3, Lamborghini Diablo Roadster


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Hayes  7y ago

6:55 at nordschleife
.evo.co.uk/videos/planetevovideos/260383/caparo_t1_video_at_the_nurburgring.html
says so in text


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Slonya  12y ago

Not only beacose of power. SR8s downforce is much bigger. It very important.


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Georg  12y ago

The SR8 is a n/a V8 with a much better power delivery, in a track race car a n/a is always the better choose. Turbo can produce a higher power but mostly it comes together with a small usefull powerband.
Look at the F1.. in the past they had much more power from smaller turbo engines.. but driving them was a pain in the ass.
Both laps were driven on nearly empty tracks.. the SR8 only passed one car a Mercedes SL AMG on the last corner to the long straight.. costing him less than a second. The SR3 Turbo lap was clear but if I am not wrong they only had time for one hot lap..


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PhantomPorsche  12y ago

You have to think about the weather and the traffic. One reason the GT-R did a 7:29 is because they went around track before it opened (or it was right when it opened). The track could have been wet or cold so the tires did not heat up.


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Anonymous  12y ago

Why's the SR8 so much faster than the SR3 turbo around the Nordschleife?
The SR3 turbo seems to have an advantage in terms of power/weight...
Is the SR8's chassi, aerodynamics, breaks etc so much better?
6.55->7.19 means 24 seconds; that's quite a big diffference...