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DERONDA USA DERONDA Specification - Data sheet

DERONDA USA DERONDA Specification / Data sheet

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The Deronda is a lightweight 2 seat sports car with race performance in mind. Fitted with a Chevy LS series V8 performance is incredible
Construction Powder coated CDS steel tube chassis.
Double side impact protection bars in addition to main chassis tubes.
Double roll over hoops - longitudinally braced
Front crash structure
Rear crash bars
Fire extinguisher and external ignition cut-off (optional extra)
Engine GM LS2 or LS7
Power 400bhp - 505bhp
Suspension Ohlins springs and dampers with adjustable ride height, compression and rebound
Pushrod activation of inboard mounted springs/damper units
Adjustable front anti-roll bar
Adjustable camber and castor
Unequal length double wishbones front and rear
Cast aluminium lightweight uprights
Brakes AP Racing calipers - four pot front - two pot rear
260mm ventilated discs
Twin master cylinders with adjustable front/rear balance
Wheels and Tires 18" lightweight rims
Toyo Proxes T1-R, or R888 road legal track tyres

6 point 75mm FIA approved harnesses
Adjustable pedals, steering column and seat
Right or left hand drive - re-configurable by owners
Instrumentation - programmable combined analogue tacho/digital speedometer; plus digital oil pressure and water temperature.
Warm air control - ducted directly from radiator.


Wheelbase - 101 inches
Total Length - 155 inches
Total Height - 45 inches
Front Track - 59.5 inches
Rear Track - 59 inches
Weight - 1900 pounds
Balance 40% front / 60% rear




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