View Full Version : Anyone fancy making this for RT
6 September 04, 18:28
I was wondering if anyone knows if i could import the peugeot 306 off rallisport challnege and make the nessecary changes to make it look like this beast. Andy Burtons Peugeot Cosworth. 4WD and a cosworth V6 :D
8 September 04, 01:18
:OMG: never have seen peugeot like this before :twisted:
I prefer the Ferrari powered Alfa he ran before that car, but oh well :D
8 September 04, 09:35
I prefer the peugeot but for RT, the alfa would probably be better as it was rwd :D
I am going to try and convert some cars from rallisport challenge to RT, so i might use the 306 maxi as a look a like for the first version of the 306r4. But i might put some more of the group b cars on as i know a lot of people would want the group b cars.
The pics are taken from peugeot-cosworth.co.uk
8 September 04, 12:56
I have even got onboard footage from an event last year in it and i suppose i could do the exact sound. It sounds alot different incar compared to outside the car.
8 September 04, 14:05
An amazing looking car-a must have in RT..... :)
8 September 04, 15:44
which one mate, the pug or alfa, or even better both :)
I'd pick the alfarri, but then I'm slightly biased towards italian machinery :P
9 September 04, 13:27
The Alfa is OK :cool: ,but what the hell have they done to the Peugeot :OMG: ?(engine etc. ,or has just looks been modified ?
9 September 04, 15:15
Here is the spec taken from peugeot-cosworth.co.uk
Mid-mounted naturally aspirated 2.5 litre, 24 valve, V6 Cosworth DFV
(originally from an Opel German Touring Car).
Hewland six speed sequential gearbox with steering wheel paddle shift,
4WD with GKN propshafts and Prodrive Impreza Hubs.
Tubular space frame based around a box section central tunnel,
Custom Cages roll cage welded to it,
Peugeot 306 Maxi ice racer composite body panels,
Peugeot Sport 306 Maxi rear roof spoiler.
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