Hexen's 75

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Hexen's 75

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My first trackday track : 1.8 carb 124HP with 1.6 gearbox, alfa 6 drivetrain and brake

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My new car with v6 24v

engine from 164 v6 with motronic and big pipe from 166
read and front hub from alfa 6 (5x112)
Front brake mercede classe S of 330mm with peugeot 607 caliper
Rear brake mercedes classe s rotor with alfa 75 front caliper
TS gearbox with 2nd and 3th gear lightned, 45% lsd and direct linkage
Coilover in the front
suspension with unibal

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http://hexenberg.free.fr/75/version_2.htm

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Wow , lots of mods you have done . Would be interesting so see pics of your front and rear brake set ups . Have you used the standard Alfa front hubs on the front ?

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Not the 75 standard front hub, but the alfa 6 front hub

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Wow , I went through your thread on your build . You have done a lot of work . I used to have the Alfa 6 uprights but did not use them as was worried the steering arms were pulled to far back as the arms off the hub are much longer .

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Yes the alfa 6 hub are longer than 75 hub, but with this extra longer the lower arm is a litle bit down than the 75.

IT's look not to bad in vidéo

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x11o0k ... -pneu_auto

In the befing of the year I have also rebuild the engine (I broke it at Monthlery) and ad a scrapper and remove 0.8 in the cylinder head.

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Video gives a good perspective of the tyre contact patch through the corners . What is the rate in the front springs . Do you have it in kg/ cm .

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I don't know the rate of the spring


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