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ORECA-FLM 09 genuine
Le Mans Prototype
Carbon fibre monocoque & Honeycomb
430hp at 6000 rpm V8 GM based engine
Up to 175mph
0-60 3.0 sec.
Xtrac Six-speed sequential with no lift shift, Steering wheel-mounted paddles
Double steel wisbones with pushrod
FIA headrest/side head restraint, compatible with HANS device.
Length: 4600 mm, Width: 1990 mm, Height: 1025 mm, Weight: 1800 lbs.
Brembo ventilated carbon discs
Front Front : 12,5 x18, Rear : 13 x 18
Adjustable shocks, sway bars, brake bias and wing angles
Pi 30-channel system with steering wheel display