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2005 Dallara F307 (can be badged as a Lamborghini engine)

Chassis:

Wind Tunnel-Designed, Carbon Fiber-Layered Monocoque Chassis

Carbon Composite AL/Nomex Honeycomb Frame Construction

Single Keel Stepped Floor Underbody with Carbon Rear Diffuser

550 kg / 1,212 lbs. Minimum Weight including Fluids and Driver

2007 Aerodynamic Package with Koni Twin Front Damper System

Engine:

225 bhp at 7,000 Revs Ø 24 mm Air Restrictor with 105 RON / 95 MON Octane

245 bhp at 8,000 Revs Ø 32 mm Air Restrictor with 115 RON / 105 MON Octane

Maximum Torque – 275 Nm / 200 ft/lbs at 6,000 RPM

2.0 liter, 2,000 cc Maximum Capacity

Inline 4-cylinder, 4-Stroke, Piston Production Block Engine

16 Valves with Twin Overheads Camshafts

Reliability – 6,000 km before rebuild

Gearbox:

Hewland FTR 6-Speed Sequential Transmission with Flat-Shift Paddle System

AP Racing Carbon Twin Plate Clutch

Performance Friction Brake System

Bosch F3 Data Logging, Telemetry and Sensor System

Performance:

Acceleration: 0 – 100 kph / 0 – 60 mph – 3.0 seconds

Deceleration: 130 mph – 50 mph – 2.5 seconds

Top Speed: 300 kph / 180 mph

3.0 G-Force Loads

100 – 115 Octane Race Fuels with Compatible Engine Mapping

Raced in the British Formula 3 Championship and the F3 EuroSeries

For Sale at Your Best Offer! Call the Canadian Formula 3 Championship at 1-514-439-2234 and/or [email protected]

More information can be found at Canadian Formula 3 Championship
 

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We own the rights to badge the engine any manufacturer name we want if they agree. This practice has been done in Formula 1 for many decades and other Formulas as well.

The car is located in Lachine, Quebec, Canada near Montreal, and is open to serious buy offers only from gentlemen racers looking to track a high-end Formula car to test or race,
 

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The old engine manufacturer has no rights, hence I can badge the engine any manufacturer name that I want as long as the new manufacturer like Lamborghini agrees to it. This saves them 1.5 million and 2 years in development costs and time for $30,000 in sponsorship rights per engine, per year.
 
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