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TVR T350t Red Rose LW specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1000 kg (2205 lbs)
Introduced 2003
Origin country United Kingdom
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Submitted by MaxSupertramp

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Performance

0 - 60 mph3.8 s
Top speed290 kph (180 mph)

Powertrain specs

Engine type Inline 6, 24 valves
Displacement 3.6 l (220 ci)
Power 380 ps (375 bhp / 280 kw) @ 7200 rpm
Torque 434 Nm (320 lb-ft) @ 5200 rpm
Power / liter 106 ps (104 hp)
Power / weight 380 ps (375 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 434 Nm (320 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 5, Hydratrack Diff
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive
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MaxSupertramp  8y ago

@ Mental:
 "I saw a T350 the other day. It looked great and left the lights like a bat out of hell. It was a beautiful-looking thing with a real sense of occasion. That’s what we’re after.” Mental:
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Les Edgar (New Tvr Owner)


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Mental  8y ago

Well, this car has a weird looking exterior, just like any TVR. While the front and profile look pretty nice and elegant, the rear end is horribly disproportional. It looks like in recent ten years TVR's trend was to make a magnificent fronts of their cars, but to ruin them with some hideous rear ends... I always had a dual impression of TVR: I hated them for their mismatched design elements, but I loved them for their originality. And their interiors are wonderful. And overall, were great sportcars for a true gearhead. TVR is nothing like something; it's truly unique.

I also hope for their comeback. But the question is: will it still be TVR? I hope they lack in the uniqueness of old good brand. In my dreams, I'm looking forward to the new Cerbera coming to the league of supercars like Vette Z06 and 911 GT2; that would incredible!


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BR2+  8y ago

Dunno if its there lightweight, or Underadvertised power, but Tvrs have always been straight Monsters for there power, a T350C is as fast as a Viper GTS in acceleration, a Cerbera 4.5 RR is as fast as a Murcielago, a Sagaris as a 997.1 Turbo.(All up to certain points ofcourse)

Although, its a shame Nikoli whatever fk'd the company, But I hear thet make a comeback. I hope its true.


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MaxSupertramp  8y ago

Thanks!
I'm waiting for 2 new track, Brands Hatch Gp (not indy) and Snetterton. Two big surprises...
Tvr!!! 'Coz Porsche are for girls!! :D


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Inline 6 rules  8y ago

@MaxSuperTramp
Congrats for this car!



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MaxSupertramp  8y ago

Yes... I'm here to know something new about my car. Only 8 produced... The correct torque should be 320 lb-ft...


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Inline 6 rules  8y ago

If the torque remained the same then it should be 432 Nm (320 lb-ft). 432 Nm is far more beleiveable for a n/a 3.6 liter engine than 481 Nm.


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MaxSupertramp  8y ago

The power increases with rpm, but the torque should be the same... in the last configuration, Cliff has reduced the power at 360 bhp. http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?t=958752


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Inline 6 rules  8y ago

I still don't believe the 481 Nm figure. If the 395 hp Cliff Jobson's Red Rose engine has 432 Nm (320 lb-ft), why would the 375 hp version have 481 Nm? And 481 Nm would mean 133 Nm/l which seems impossible for a road legal n/a engine. The TVR Cerbera Red Rose has 122 Nm/l (550 Nm and 4.5 l), the Ferrari 458 Italia has 120 Nm/l (540 Nm and 4.5 l) and no other n/a car has more than 120 Nm/l and only very few has more than 110 Nm/l. 133 Nm/l is just too much.


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MaxSupertramp  8y ago

@ Inline 6 rules:
I've found 356 lb-ft here: http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?f=13&t=254968

The Cliff Jobson's factory 3.6 ltr red rose engine, produces 320 lb-ft torque: http://thumbsnap.com/m8iPuuHD

AND YES, ALL THE MANUAL GEARBOX SPEED SIX HAVE 5 GEARS.


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Inline 6 rules  8y ago

The torque must be wrong! No way that a 3.6 l n/a engine produce 481 Nm! The "simple" T350 with 3.6 l produce 390 Nm, maybe this produces more, but definetly not 90 Nm more!
Is the gearbox right? Doesn't it have 6 speed?