Under the standard looking steel body shell of the Ford Falcon BA, which features prominently in the Australian V8 Supercar Championship that is presented by Ford exclusively in High Octane Motorsport on Supersport, there lurks some highly sophisticated performance equipment.
5.0L Windsor fuel injected V8 with Ford Performance Racing cylinder heads and electronic fuel injection via a MoTeC engine management system linked to a MoTeC Data Logging Dashboard Computer.
Approximately 480Kw of power at 7,500rpm and 623Nm of torque at 5,500rpm.
Hollinger 6 Speed H pattern gearbox.
Australian Ford 9-inch CWP differential.
Ratios available - 3.25:1 to 3.7:1
Front - AVESCO "Project Blueprint" independent double wishbone front suspension with fully adjustable coil over dampers and cockpit adjustable anti-roll bar.
Rear- AVESCO "Project Blueprint" four-link trailing arm rear suspension with Watts linkage and fully adjustable coil over dampers and cockpit adjustable anti-roll bar.
“Project Blueprint” sees both Ford and Holden share suspension configuration, aerodynamic parameters, gearboxes and differentials aimed at aligning the rival vehicles more closely.
Front - 356mm ventilated discs with 6 piston calipers.
Rear - 330mm ventilated discs with 4 piston calipers.
Speedline 17 x 11 inch fitted with Dunlop Control Tyres.
Fully sealed dry brake system with 120 litre capacity
CAD designed integrated roll cage.
On board fire suppression system.
Carbon fibre side intrusion protection panel.
Driver helmet filtration system.
Class Limit - 1350 kg
302km/h in testing conditions - Conrod Straight, Bathurst
0-100kph in 3,5 seconds.
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