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    Thats awsome so jealous lo. Some great photos going into my file. Thanks guys
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    I've created an online album of period photos of my Sprinter.

    Here, http://www.groupc.org.au/forums/album.php?albumid=11
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    You have to be a member to view the pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eircamae86 View Post
    You have to be a member to view the pics
    Oops sorry. I wasn't aware of that restriction.
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    Not sure of date or location. Suzuka circuit - not Tsukuba or Fuji? Some old AE86 festival or one make race.
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    Saw these on trackchat






    1992 #74 Peter Verheyen/Geoff Full 23rd overall at Bathurst and 2nd in Class B (Group A cars of under 1600cc)
    1991 #74 Peter Verheyen/John Vernon DNF
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    Looks very much like the #79 car of Conway
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    im loving these pics! keep them coming

    any info and specs on these cars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver styler View Post
    im loving these pics! keep them coming

    any info and specs on these cars?
    The cars all ran 4A-GE with close ratio T-50 and T series disc brake rear end. From 1984-1990 they had to run the standard plenum chamber and factory manifolds. From 1991-1992 they were allowed to run quad throttle bodies and extractors. Most cars ran side exhausts and were LOUD! The works cars were revving to 9000rpm and making 195hp.

    AP racing brakes were homologated, 4 piston calipers and ventilated rotors up to 280mm x 28mm up front and 2 piston claipers and up to 267mm ventilated rotors on the rear.

    Fully adjustable, rose jointed suspension all around with fabricated arms and Bilstein or Koni dampers.

    They ran all standard bodywork with full glass. Passenger seats and carpet and trim were removed. Minimum weight was 800kg, but I don't think anyone ever got down to that, 860kg was about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Group A View Post
    The cars all ran 4A-GE with close ratio T-50 and T series disc brake rear end. From 1984-1990 they had to run the standard plenum chamber and factory manifolds. From 1991-1992 they were allowed to run quad throttle bodies and extractors. Most cars ran side exhausts and were LOUD! The works cars were revving to 9000rpm and making 195hp.

    AP racing brakes were homologated, 4 piston calipers and ventilated rotors up to 280mm x 28mm up front and 2 piston claipers and up to 267mm ventilated rotors on the rear.

    Fully adjustable, rose jointed suspension all around with fabricated arms and Bilstein or Koni dampers.

    They ran all standard bodywork with full glass. Passenger seats and carpet and trim were removed. Minimum weight was 800kg, but I don't think anyone ever got down to that, 860kg was about it.






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    Craziest thing!

    This car, owned at the time by David Ratcliff (Ratcliff transport spares) is best mates with my girlfriends dad and he's been telling me all about how they used to race at Bathurst and he showed me tonight that he's still got the pit tickets for 1987. He's been trying to find all the photos of it and when we find them i'll scan them up

    He was saying that even though they weren't backed by Toyota they would still supply all the motors and everything. One time they couldn't find any toyota brand oil chucked some other stuff in and on the way out of the pits misshifted and blew the motor and quickly had to pour TRD oil through it too make sure they wouldn't get blamed

    Also when they brought the car in from Japan it had to be cut in half and then they had to weld it together so it would pass for use in Aus, thought this was crazy.

    Anyways thought this was awesome, anyone have anymore photos of the Ratcliff 86?

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