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    Hello does anybody downunder own a 309gti or if anybody can tell me the exact measurements of the rear track of a 309gti.

    Murat

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    I know somebody who used to have one, slight accident that wrote it off.
    only about 8 in oz.
    i'll try to find out the measurements fro you.

    p.s anybody heard of a 505 with the SR20DET
    i'll try to find the pics of it again, awesome!

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    Murat,

    A dude who posts here under the name of 309GTi should be able to help you out.

    Andreas, i was only talking to a dude the other day about SR20DET'ing a 504/505, or even a Fiat 124 CC coupe...he he he.

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    Yes now that i have checked out some of the earlier posts have noticed 309gti i might send him a email.
    About the sr20 det it would be exellent in the 205 or the 405 why would you put it in a heavier car than it already comes out in silvia 1100kg i would personally rather put in a rb20turbo as it is a 2L six much better power to weight ratio or rb25 2.5L turbo six out of the gts.t skyline.

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    Murat,

    The Australian spec 200SX is around 1250kg. So is the WRX. The Sierra Cosworth is about 1200kg. Porsche 944s and Boxters are about 1270kg. The Honda S2000 is about 1250kg. 504s are around 1200kg and 505s without the gadgets are about 1240kg. This means that 504s and 505s are about the same weight as most of the 2 litre turbo charged and high performance naturally aspirated cars.

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    I suppose the SR20DET from the Pulsar GTi-R would go close to fitting, and its an east west jobbie dunno about all the anchileries fitting tho

    Could be a bit of fun

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    I found reference to a 309 GTi subframe that has been fitted to a 205 @ www.205gti.com

    Looks like they fit anyway.

    Chipper

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