Sunday, January 31, 2010
Dig this Sigma...
This nice Sigma was published as a feature car on the Australian magazine "4 & Rotary Build Ups" Volume 1, no. 3 back in 1994.
The car has been completely modifyed from the ground up, with new pearl white paint job with early 90's style graphics on the side of the car. The wheels are Dragway Superlights and measure 15x6 inches on the front and 15x7 inches on the rear.
The interior has a few Autometer gauges, re-upholstered seats and door skins, four point rollcage. The suspension has also been modifyed with high performance springs, shocks and sway bars.
The engine is an Astron-I 2.6 litre engine with strengthened crank, balanced bottom end, block decked 2mm, Cosworth pistons, Astron-I 2.0 litre head decked 6mm, 14.2:1 compression ratio, avgas fuel only, port and polished head, bigger valves, modifyed intake manifold so it's angled, twin 45mm 2 barrel Weber carburettors, Genie extractors and 2 1/4 inch exhaust system which all equate to a dyno proven 185hp at the rear wheels!
Labels: Sigmas powered by 4G5*s
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