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AUDI QUATTRO

SPORT

June 24, 2013

If you were in the seventies, or before, and consider a petrol head, you probably implanted in the back of your the sound, dance flying of the dangerous and dramatically overpowered B rally cars. In 1982, power plants that above 600hp, Group B were the epitome of hairy Some people even saw as too fast too race and vaticinated disaster was just waiting the corner.

 Unfortunately this did not take too as Toivonen#8217;s fatal accident and the destiny of three spectators in the Rally, set the disappearance of these monsters in 1986.

Audi Quattro

Among all of hyperventilated creatures with turbos and enormous aerodynamic the Audi Sport Quattro of is our favorite. The SQ had more power any other rally car in history, over 600 horsepower in 1986, huge wings to try to help the keeping it from being on the small backcountry roads constituted its daily diet. The was heavy bulky and had to compete against many racers like the peugeot 205 or the which

were lighter and had space age but with its crazy 2.1 liter #8216;five#8217; managed to kick them in the

The 600 bhp only came at the of low-end grunt due to the turbo-lag. To this, the S1 was fitted with an system that fed fuel the turbo to keep it spinning when the throttle was closed.

The bangs and exhaust-flames were fan favourites. At some rallies, also experimented with a dual clutch automatic which you can hear on videos a very distinctive …  tee-tee-tee-titak sound when approaching a corner.

The Sport Quattro started as an of the heavy and too long Audi from 1981. The frame was 320mm (12.6in) behind the addressing the length issue. Its windshield was steeped to get rid off the problematic reflection of the sun in the adding to its strange stance.

With the engine still ahead of the front axle, the wheelbase Sport Quattro had overhangs that made for strange proportions. Further was cut by replacing most of the steel panels with lightweight like Kevlar and fiberglass To improve  weight balance they the batteries, oil coolers and radiators the rear of the car.

The end result was a 52% front/48% rear balance, but still with a polar moment (weight far the center of gravity).

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