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    Just wondering if anybody knows of a comprehensive web site which provides in-depth specifications on different makes and models of Peugeots?

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    I have searched the web many times on this topic and I always seem to struggle to find adequate info..... would it be worth Aussie Frogers contributing to a dedicated page/post which details all makes and models?(including all makes of French vehicles)

    The first three words on the Aussi Frogs pages is "Sharing the knowledge"

    just a thought.....

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    there used to be a reseach car option on the yellow pages website that gave you a whole range of specs on all kinda's a cars... its gone now, but surely theres another site like this?
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    There is Peugeot Logic (www.peugeotlogic.com) The only drawback is that they are focused on the newer pugs...
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    do you mean info like

    1987 Peugeot 309 GTi 1.9

    Bodywork
    Type: 4/5S SAL
    Number of doors: 4
    Dimensions
    Wheelbase: 2470 mm 97.24 in
    Track front: 1397 mm 55.00 in
    Track rear: 1372 mm 54.01 in
    Length: 4050 mm 159.44 in
    Width: 1625 mm 63.97 in
    Kerb weight: 930 kg 2050.29 lb
    Weight distribution F/R: 63 %
    Aerodynamics
    Drag coefficient: 0.32

    Engine
    Manufacturer: Peugeot
    Type: S-4
    SOHC
    8 valves total
    2 valves per cylinder
    Bore x stroke: 83.00mm 88.00mm
    Bore / stroke ratio: 0.94
    Displacement: 1905 cc 116.25 cu in
    Compression: 9.60:1
    Fuel system: Bo LE2-Jet fuel inj.
    Aspiration: Normal
    Catalytic Converter: N
    Max. output: 131.8 PS (130.0 bhp) (96.9 kW)@6000 rpm
    Max. torque: 161.0 Nm (119 lbft) (16.4 kgm)@4750 rpm
    Coolant: Water
    Specific output: 68.2 bhp/litre
    Specific torque: 84.51 Nm/litre
    Performance
    0-60mph: 8.7 s
    Quarter mile: 17.00s
    Top speed: 203 km/h
    Power to weight: 139.78 bhp/ton
    Chasis
    Engine location: Front
    Engine alignment: Transverse
    Suspension front: I.MS.LW.CS.ARB.
    Suspension rear: I.TA.TrTB.ARB.
    Brakes: VeDi/Di
    Transmission: 5M
    Drive: FWD
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20FIVE
    Just wondering if anybody knows of a comprehensive web site which provides in-depth specifications on different makes and models of Peugeots?

    I have searched the web many times on this topic and I always seem to struggle to find adequate info..... would it be worth Aussie Frogers contributing to a dedicated page/post which details all makes and models?(including all makes of French vehicles)

    The first three words on the Aussi Frogs pages is "Sharing the knowledge"

    just a thought.....

    I think it would be a good idea for Aussie Frogs to start a section on model specs. As you say, it is hard to find info on some models and what is around is scattered all over the place.

    Maybe the webmaster could start a sort of Wiki (eg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peugeot ) where everyone can contribute their combined knowledge on each and every model.
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    Is this the sort of detail you are looking for

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A


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    General Engine Gearbox Clutch Drive train Rear axle Front axle Steering Brakes
    Suspension Wheels/Tyres Chassis Body Electrics Consumption/Performance

    1977 PEUGEOT 504 GL - TI
    MODEL 504 GL 504 TI
    GENERAL
    Type 504 A11 504 A12
    Taxable horespower (France) 11 CV
    Seating capacity (driver included) 5
    Weight of car empty 1175 kg
    Weight of car in working order 1230 kg
    Max. permissible weight 1710 kg
    - load on front 800 kg
    - load on rear 910 kg
    Weight/power ratio under full load 17,8 kg/bhp 16,1 kg/bhp
    Max. permissible rolling weight with trailer 2810 kg
    Max. slope when starting in 1st gear 27,5 % 30 %
    Max. towing weight, trailer without brakes 615 kg
    Max. towing weight, trailer with brakes 1300 kg
    Max. nose weight trailer 80 kg
    Max. towing speed 80 km/h
    Overall lenght 4,49 m
    Overall width 1,69 m
    Height in working order 1,46 m
    Height under full load 1,41 m
    Front overhang 0,72 m
    Rear overhang 1,03 m
    ENGINE - for detailed engine characteristics see extra table -
    Type 106 / XN 1 107 / XN 2
    Number of cylinders (in-line) 4
    Bore 88 mm
    Stroke 81 mm
    Cubic capacity 1971 ccm
    CLUTCH
    Diaphragm Verto 215 DBR
    Thurst bearing Ball bearing, hydraulic control
    Dimension of lining d = 215 x 145 mm
    Master cylinder bore 19 mm
    Slave cylinder bore 28,6 mm
    GEARBOX
    Type 400 / BA 7
    Number of gears 4
    Ratios: Synchromesh on all gears
    - 1st 0,281
    - 2nd 0,475
    - 3rd 0,732
    - 4th 1,0
    - Reverse 0,275
    Speedometer control gearing 10 x 20 10 x 19
    Oil capacity 1,150 cdm
    DRIVE TRAIN
    Longitudinal transmission: Longitudinal propeller shaft, guided in a connecting tube
    Transverse transmission: Drive shafts with two internal sliding constant velocity (CV)-joints
    REAR AXLE
    Type Hypoide
    Gear set 9 x 35 9 x 34
    Axle ratio 0,257 - 3,9:1 0,265 - 3,8:1
    Oil capacity 1,550 cdm
    Km/h per 1000 prm in top gear 29,78 km/h 30,65 km/h
    FRONT AXLE
    McPherson struts, anti-roll bar (see also SUSPENSION data)
    STEERING
    Rack and pinion with cardan jointed steering column
    Power steering (only LHD TI) - DBA
    Reduction ratio 1:22,2 1:17
    Turning radius overall 5,45 m 5,50 m
    Number of turns lock-to-lock 4,5 3,5
    BRAKES
    Front and rear discs, calipers with 2 pistions Girling
    Dual circuit, hydraulic servo Master-Vac
    Handbrake: with cable actuated on rear wheels, self-adjusting
    Diameter of front and rear discs 273 mm
    Front lining area (per wheel) 74 cm
    Rear lining area (per wheel) 54 cm
    Area swept by brake lining:
    - per front wheel 764 cm
    - per rear wheel 650 cm
    Total braking area 2828 cm
    Master cylinder bore 19 mm
    Front caliper pistion diameter 54 mm
    Rear caliper pistion diameter 42,8 mm
    Stop light switch mechanical
    SUSPENSION
    Four wheel independent suspension by coil springs
    Front spring rate 70 mm / 100 kg
    Rear spring rate 57 mm / 100 kg
    Front anti-roll bar diameter 26 mm
    Rear anti-roll bar diameter 18 mm
    WHEELS / TYRES
    Rim size 5 J 14
    Tyre size 175 x 14
    Wheel bolt pattern / diameter 4 bolt holes / 35 mm
    CHASSIS
    Monocoque body
    Track, front 1,42 m
    Track, rear 1,36 m
    Wheelsbase 2,74 m
    Ground clearance (under load) 0,16 m
    Fuel tank capacity 56 cdm
    ELECTRICS
    Battery 12 V - 44 Ah
    Alternator, triphased 12 V, 500 W
    BODY
    Windscreen area 0,70 m
    Total glass area 2,25 m
    Distance windscreen to rear window 2,41 m
    Interior width at elbow height:
    - front 1,42 m
    - rear 1,39 m
    Total volume of boot 546 cdm
    Max. load roof rack 50 kg
    CONSUMPTION / PERFORMANCE
    Fuel consumption @ 90 km/h 7,7 cdm 7,5 cdm
    Fuel consumption @ 120 km/h 10,2 cdm 10 cdm
    Fuel consumption @ town driving 11,9 cdm 12,2 cdm
    Oil consumption per 100 km 0,050 cdm
    Max. speed 164 km/h 173 km/h
    Acceleration
    - 400 m start-stop 18,4 s 17,7 s
    - 1000 m start-stop 34,8 s 33 s
    - 0 to 100 km/h 13,1 s 11,3 s
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    tats preety technical

    rilliant stuff

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    try carsguide.com.au also
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    Pugrambo, Ranger....... well thats a good start!

    I agree the info is out there, but I just find it teadious searching throught the wide word of crap. Outcast me for possibly not having the best web searching abilities, hence the reason I said it would be good to combine info on ALL models....

    some good leads, thanks guys

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    if there is enough interest maybe we could put something as a sticky in this forum or somewhere on this site so we can put specs in for each model and each make

    maybe even in the archive forum ??

    have headings for each of the makes and then thread headings along the lines of

    peugeot specs 504
    peugeot specs 505
    and so on

    then

    citroen specs CX
    and so on

    then

    Renault specs R16

    or something like that

    ideas people
    3 x '78 604 SL

    1 x '98 306 GTi6

    1 x secret project

    1 x '98 406 STDT troop carrier and i don't care if it stinks, i don't sniff it's arse Death by wank tank

    1 x '99 406SV 5spd wagon, time to burn more fuel

    1 x 1994 605 SV3.0


    WTD long range fuel tank for 605

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    I think this is a great suggestion.

    It would require a lot of work / research, but if there is a AF website where members could contribute to a particular make / model, that might encourage more members to submit details.

    I guess an AF moderator or appointed make / model specialist could proof read the data, before entering it onto the official site. Obviously, a means by which AF members could then submit corrections, updates etc would be important.

    The work load might be initially high, so perhaps the website could initially accept data on one make only, trial the system, then expand the site to other French makes.

    Cheers,
    Kim.

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    Default Work !! Ruuuunnnn

    amazing how the idea of 'work' clears a room.....!!

    Ive been so busy that I have forgotten to check up on this thread.... highly irresponsible

    I agree, if we can start with one vehicle as a base and try to capture all the available info and get some responses by the viewers. I know the overall task is huge, but AF has a huge pool of contributors which can all assist.. though you need somebody willing to lead .The question I have is how would you present this info... is there some way AF can present a web page other than the typical forum style? (As you can tell I am no web designer)

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