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Enzo, CGT, SLR, Murc, Continential GT, DB9 comparision

Discussion in '288GTO/F40/F50/Enzo/LaFerrari' started by 62 250 GTO, Jun 1, 2004.

  1. 62 250 GTO

    62 250 GTO F1 Veteran

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    The Table is:
    Car/Name
    Motor/Cylinders
    Power
    Torque
    Tyres
    Gearbox
    Acceleration:
    0-100kph (62mph)
    0-200kph (124mph)
    0-300kph (186mph)
    400m (quarter mile)
    1000m (standing km)
    Braking from 250kph
    sound at 300kph
    Handling Course 1.6km (~1 mile)
    Top Speed
    Price

    If it's a repost, shut up!
     
  2. zjpj

    zjpj F1 Veteran

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    Where's the table?
     
  3. 62 250 GTO

    62 250 GTO F1 Veteran

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  4. amenasce

    amenasce Two Time F1 World Champ
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    This table is bollocks..A murcielago outbraking an Enzo ? Crazy germans..
     
  5. 62 250 GTO

    62 250 GTO F1 Veteran

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    By 3 feet from 250 kph - 0
    That won't make a bit of difference when making a purchase.
     
  6. amenasce

    amenasce Two Time F1 World Champ
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    It shouldnt..The Enzo should have similiar # as the CGT. The F50 brakes better than a Murcie without ABS and the bigger carbon composite brakes..
     
  7. 62 250 GTO

    62 250 GTO F1 Veteran

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    I wish I knew where this table comes from. I read a lot of numbers on the net and they vary sooo much. I don't really believe any anymore.
     
  8. HoboPie

    HoboPie Karting

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    It comes from a recent Auto Motor und Sport Magazine. They are a trusted publisher and they did the test at Nardo.

    There has to be something wrong with the brakes of the Enzo though. The Enzo already should have the Murcielago by about 20 ft after an 80mph braking. After that the Enzo has every advantage and the gap should get much bigger.

    I also talked to someone who actually did some work on the CGT and a lot of work on the new 997 series. He said the CGT MIGHT have a slight braking advantage, but everything he had heard even from a test mule they borrowed was the Enzo was pretty comparable.

    24m is a huge gap and explains most of the lap time. The tightness of the track probably didn't let the Enzo's downforce come into play as much as a slightly larger track explains anything else.
     
  9. 62 250 GTO

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    Hobo pie? That's good!
    Well like I posted above, unless a bunch of guys get together and hammer out some numbers, who the heck can tell? A foot here a tenth there. It's too close a ball game to guess at anything.
     

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