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Author Topic: Abarth Grande Punto and Grande Punto Esseesse Technical Specifications  (Read 10021 times)

AlexK

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Engine

    * 4 cylinders in line, 4 valves per cylinder, 1368 cc
    * Power: 155 hp at 5500 rpm
    * Max torque 206 Nm at 3000 rpm (230 Nm at 3000 rpm Sport Boost mode)
    * Drive-by-wire throttle with no mechanical connection
    * Garrett IHI RHF3-P10.5 fixed geometry turbocharger

Transmission

    * 6-speed gearbox
    * Dual cable external gearbox drive

Suspension and steering

    * MacPherson strut front and anti-roll bar
    * Torsion beam suspension at the rear
    * Lowered sports suspension
    * Electric power steering with Sport Boost mode

Brakes

    * Fixed front calliper: Brembo M4—40, four piston
    * Ventilated front brake disc - 305 mm x 28 mm
    * Rear calliper with piston - 54 mm
    * Rear brake disc - 264 mm x 11 mm

Bodywork

    * Deepened front and rear bumpers

Wheels & Tyres

    * Aluminium alloy, 7" x 17"
    * Tyres: 215/45R17

CO2 emissions

    * 159 g/km

Fuel consumption

    * Urban consumption: 30.1 mpg
    * Extra-urban consumption: 54.3 mpg
    * Combined consumption: 42.2 mpg

Dimensions

    * length 4041 mm
    * width 1721 mm
    * height 1490 mm

Weight

    * 1185 kg

Performance

    * Top speed 129 mph
    * 0-62mph 8.2 secs

NB: Cars ordered after 4/8/2009 with factory option 57X - 'Homologation code' benefit from reduced emissions (down to 159 g/km from 162) and improved economy: 30.1 mpg urban (was 29.4 mpg), 54.3 mpg extra-urban (was 53.3 mpg), 42.2 mpg combined (was 40.9 mpg).
« Last Edit: April 07, 2012, 09:23:13 am by AlexK »

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    AlexK

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    Abarth Grande Punto 'Esseesse' technical specifications
    « Reply #1 on: October 21, 2008, 11:44:50 am »
    Esseesse kit contents

    Replacement Garrett GT 1446 turbocharger which increases boost pressure from 1.3 to 1.5 bar, new water and oil pipes to the turbo, new exhaust manifold, heat shield, injector rail, MAP sensor, boost sensor, modified catalytic converter, larger diameter exhaust, new intercooler pipework, adapted radiator pipe, new water pump, wastegate valve, BMC air filter, and new engine ECU.

    It also includes the contents of the Assetto kit: four springs that lower the ride height by 15-20mm, high-performance front brake pads, cross-drilled front disc brakes, 18" alloy wheels in white or titanium with 215/40 ZR18 Pirelli P-zero tyres.

    Technical Specification

    Engine

        * Four cylinders in line, 4 valves per cylinder, 1368 cc
        * Output: 180bhp at 5750 rpm
        * Max torque 272 Nm at 2750 rpm
        * Drive-by-wire throttle with no mechanical connection
        * Garrett GT 1446 fixed displacement turbocharger

    Transmission

        * 6-speed gearbox
        * Dual cable external gearbox control

    Suspension and steering

        * MacPherson strut front and anti-roll bar
        * Torsion beam suspension at the rear
        * Lowered sports suspension
        * Electric power steering with Sport Boost mode

    Brakes

        * Fixed front callipers: Brembo M4—40, dual piston
        * Ventilated front discs  305 mm x 28 mm
        * Rear callipers with piston  54 mm
        * Rear discs  264 mm x 11 mm

    Bodywork

        * Deep front and rear bumpers, spoiler, sideskirts

    Wheels & Tyres

        * Aluminium alloy, 7" x 18"
        * Tyres: 215/40 ZR18

    Performance

        * Top Speed 133 mph
        * 0-62 mph 7.5 secs
    « Last Edit: April 07, 2012, 09:23:49 am by AlexK »

    Offline Gofra

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    Re: Grande Punto Abarth technical specifications
    « Reply #2 on: November 04, 2008, 05:41:43 pm »
    Its probably "old news" to you guys but the real performance figures of acceleration are different:

    Auto (italian automotive magazine):
    0-100: 7,76s
    0-400: 15,7s

    Elaborare (italian automotive magazine):
    0-100: 7,75s
    0-400m: 15,76s

    Quattroruote (italian automotive magazine):
    0-100: 7,8s
    0-400m: 15,8s

    I made a test myself and managed around 8.2 - 8.3-ish with wet tires and moist asphalt (and gear change far from optimal).

    Greetz,

    Frane

     

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