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Old 04-09-2008, 04:47 AM   #1
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1929 Ford Model A with a Cosworth engine

1929 Ford Model A with a Cosworth engine
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Old 04-10-2008, 12:31 AM   #2
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what the hell is a cosworth engineÉ
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Old 04-10-2008, 06:05 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by bimmerjoe View Post
what the hell is a cosworth engineÉ
You are in a car enthusiast forum and you dont know what a cosworth engine is???????
Grab the cross and lets crusify him guys!!!!
Just joking

Cosworth concentrates on aerospace machining, engineering services, race engine design consulting, oem engine and drivetrain development, and of course, performance parts for road cars.
They have been doing so since the late 50s.
They do from F1 engines to Indycar engines to heads for alot of famous production cars such as Lotus, Mercedes, etc.
Their most famous cars are as follows:
Mercedes 190E 2,5-16
Mercedes E500 w124
Ford Sierra Cosworth
Ford Escort Cosworth
Ford BDA Mexico
Ford RS200
Ford RS500
Opel Ascona and Manta 400
Opel astra GSi
Opel Calibra (both NA and Turbo)
Sauber F1
Steward F1
Jaguar F1
Red Bull F1
Aston Martin DB9
Others include Saab and Audi

Their most famous engine is the YB that was designed for Ford and in some cases developed 600+bhp from 2ltr in turbo trim, and 220+bhp in NA form.
In my view however the BDA was the best as in RS200 trim it was capable of 700+bhp from what essentialy was a 1.8 engine (although later grew to 2.1 i believe)

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Old 04-10-2008, 06:57 AM   #4
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thats an old video lol
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