I think you got the point. If you're not going to do the engine swap then
maybe DP is a better "target" class. I know that I'd have much more fun
with a 13b... (or even a 12a) in my Spitfire. And a more reliable diff.
76 DM Spitfire
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Czarnecki [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 1999 8:44 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: GT6 Mk3 in CSP
> At 7:35 AM -0600 2/2/1999, Mike Bultemeier wrote:
> >I think the thing about D-Mod is starting with the right car. It has to
> >a car as close to the minimum weight as possible. The other is that it
> >must make as much
> >power as possible from a power plant under 2000cc. Some of the cars
> >earlier (Sprite,Porsche 914, FiatX19,850 Minis, TVR,Elva Courier) that
> >get close to the minimum weight give up lots of displacement to do it.
> Doesn't DM permit engine swaps? So that list of cars you mention all
> have 2000cc race motor in it, right? Or am i missing something?
> Paul Czarnecki
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