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Old 01-23-2004, 08:02 PM   #1
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anyone ever drive a e30 dtm m3

are there any maxbimmer members who drive a dtm or have driven one?
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Old 01-23-2004, 08:05 PM   #2
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Displacement: 2332 cc
Bore and Stroke: 94 X 84.0 mm
Compression ratio: 12.0 : 1
Fuel grade: 95 octane unleaded
Power output: 320 HP at 8200 rpm
Torque output: 205 ft lb. at 7000 rpm
Redline: 9300 rpm
Battery: 12 V 26 Ah
Alternator: 65 A
Torque/weight ratio:
Power/weight ratio:
Power per liter:
Torque per liter:

Suspension


Front:
Fully adjustable struts made from magnesium with coilovers, sway bars adjustable from the drivers seat

Rear:
Fully adjustable with drivers seat adjustable sway bars.




Brakes


Front:
Ventilated Rotors, 350 mm diameter and a thickness of 32 mm, six piston caliper

Rear:
Ventilated Rotors, 300 mm diameter and a thickness of 25.4 mm, four piston caliper. Two master cylinders to allow bias adjustment from the drivers seat


Steering


No power assist - manual rack and pinion, with two ratios of 17:1 and 14.7:1


Wheels


Single piece magnesium wheels either 9 X 17 or 9 X 18
Tires were 245/630 - 17/18
Mounted with central locking nut


Transmission


Five or six speed gearbox depending on the track. (mostly the 5 speed was used by privateer teams, with fewer financial resources.)

Transmission oil-cooler
Limited slip differential
Gear ratios (5 speed):
1st 2.337:1, 2nd 1.681:1, 3rd 1.358:1, 4th 1.150:1, 5th 1.000:1, Reverse 2.660:1
Final drives from 3.15 : 1 to 5.28 : 1


Performance


0-60 Mph ( with 5 speed and a final drive of 4.44) 4.3 seconds
Top Speed (with 5 speed and a final drive of 3.25:1) 174 Mph


Measurements

Length: 4355 mm
Width: 1680 mm
Height: 1330 mm
Axle Distance: 2565.5 mm
Tire spacing: 1412 mm (front)
Tire spacing: 1424 mm (rear)
Weight: 2072 lbs. (as per DTM rules)
Fuel volume: 110 Litres (29 US gallons)
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Old 01-23-2004, 08:06 PM   #3
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thats one bad ass 4 cylinder
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