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Toyota RVX-02


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Chassis : Toyota TF102

Season: 2002

Total Displacement: 2.998 cc

Configuration : V10

Aspiration: Naturally Aspirated

Cylinder angle : 90 deg

Timing Gear: 4 valves per cylinder, DOHC

Evolution : at least three upgrades over season. The first upgrade with improved driveability arrived at Imola

Weight: 109,11 kg

Max. Power Output : reached 830-835 bhp by midseason , 18.200 rpm

Fuel & Lubricant: Esso

Fuel Feed: Magnetti-Marelli

Reliability : Strong

Toyota RVX-01


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Full name : Racing Vee Ten – 01 (coded as the B engine by Toyota)

Chassis : Toyota TF101 (coded as AM01 by Toyota) (Test car)

Season: 2001

Total Displacement: 2.998 cc

Configuration : V10

Aspiration: Naturally Aspirated

Cylinder angle : 90 deg

Timing Gear: 4 valves per cylinder, DOHC

Weight: 109,55 kg

Max. Power Output:

September 2000 – first dyno test : around 17.500 rpm

August 2001 : almost 800 bhp , close to 18.000 rpm

 

Bore: 95,1 mm

Fuel Feed: Magnetti-Marelli Fuel Injection

 

 

Honda RA000E


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Chassis: B.A.R.002

Season: 2000

Total Displacement: 3.000 cc

Configuration : V10

Cylinder angle : 88 deg

Timing Gear: 4 Valves Per Cylinder, Pneumatic Valve System

Evolution :

upgraded spec at Silverstone which enhenced the potential of the engine , +10 bhp and better torque , 18.100 rpm

upgraded spec at Hockenheim

special spec for Suzuka qualifying with a boost in horsepower and performance

Weight: 110-112 kg

Max. Power Output : 800-815 bhp , 17.500-18.000 rpm

Intake method: Variable length inlet trumpets

Reliability : good

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Honda RA001E


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Chassis: B.A.R.003 , Jordan EJ11

Season: 2001

Total Displacement: 2.998,3 cc

Configuration : V10

Cylinder angle : 80 deg ( rumored to be 82 deg)

Timing Gear: 4 Valves Per Cylinder, Pneumatic Valve System

Bore and stroke: 95 mm x 42,3 mm

Weight: 98 kg

Dimensions: 620 mm L x 525 mm W x 440 mm H

Max. Power Output Qualifying-spec : 830 bhp 17.900 rpm

Max. Power Output Race-spec : 795-815 bhp 17.500 rpm

Materials : aluminium block

Ignition System : Honda PGM IG

Injection System : Honda PGM FI

Spark plugs : NGK

Throttle : Electro Hydraulic

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Mugen-Honda MF301HE


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Chassis : Jordan EJ10

Season: 2000

Total Displacement: 3.000 cc

Configuration : V10

Cylinder angle : 72 deg

Timing Gear: 4 valves per cylinder , 40 valves in total

Evolution :

B spec at British GP which added +20 bhp

Weight: 115 kg

Centre of Gravity : lower than MF301HD

Max. Power Output Qualifying-spec : 810 bhp , 18.000 rpm

Max. Power Output Race-spec : 770-785 bhp

Dimensions : 615 mm L x 520 mm W x 395 mm H

Fuel: Elf

Lubricant: Elf

Injection system: Honda PGM-F1

Ignition system : Honda PGM-IG

Sparking plugs: NGK.

Battery: FIAMM.

Radiators: Secan/Jordan.

Reliability : good

Mecachrome GC37-01


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The engine was a re-badged Renault RS09 V10 engine , carrying minor upgrades

 

Chassis: Williams FW20 as Mecachrome , re-badged as Playlife for Benetton B198

Season : 1998

Total Displacement: 2.999 cc

Configuration : V10

Cylinder angle : 71 deg

Timing Gear: 4 per cylinder, pneumatically controlled

Evolution : no major updates during season

Weight: 121 kg

Max. Power Output : 760-775 bhp , 15.600-17.000 rpm , around 50 bhp short of Mercedes engine

Dimensions : 623 mm L x 542 mm W x 395 mm H

Materials : Cylinder heads in aluminium, cylinder block, oil sump and timing cover in thin aluminium

Fuel : Petrobras

Lubricants: Castrol

Cooling System: Two Secan water radiators either side of chassis; two IMI oil radiators

Electronics: Magneti Marelli

Reliability: good

Mugen-Honda MF301HD


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Chassis : Jordan 199

Season: 1999

Total Displacement: 2.998-2.999 cc

Configuration : V10

Cylinder angle : 72 deg

Timing Gear: 4 valves per cylinder , 40 valves in total

Weight: 127 kg with engine components

Max. Power Output: 765-790 bhp 16.000-16.500 rpm

Evolution :

Type D : more powerful due to internal friction reduction but not lighter , around 800 bhp in qualifying mode , introduced at qualifying session in Magny Cours-France and at British GP

Type E : over 800 bhp , close to 18.000 rpm in qualifying mode , introduced at qualifying session in Hockenhheim and at Belgian GP

Type ? : + 8 bhp, close to 18.000 rpm introduced at Malaysian GP (only for Frentzen)

Dimensions : 625 mm L x 525 mm W x 464 mm H

Fuel & Lubricant: Elf

Injection system: Honda PGM-F1

Ignition system : Honda PGM-IG

Reliability : good

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