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    Video of the test...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zx7E...ature=youtu.be

    Looking forward to the Clio!
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    Car is really nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by br21 View Post
    Car is really nice!
    But expensive...

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    Lets say a new complete R4 costs 150 000€, and you can get a good 2nd hand Fiesta R5 for that price.

    It is of course early to say anything about running-, and sparepart costs for the new R4, so a few unknowns still.

    What are the reports from drivers on the Oreca R4 testcar? Especially on the engine and feel of the car behaviour?
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    For 150k euros you can build decent R4 I think. For such price you can't get any good R5, but that is just as an information.
    Running costs should be some 30-40% less than R5. Spare parts for sure cheaper, as most parts you can buy from external suppliers, not directly from Oreca. Engine with auxilliaries is almost standard, so cheaper to run and rebuild, transmission possible that little cheaper also. Suspension parts from kit not more expensive, other parts not from kit sure also much cheaper. Running cost/performance ratio attractive for sure, buying/building cost is only challenge...
    Car is really nice, on tarmac like gokart. Gravel also good, as suspension stroke is longer than R5. Engine quite good, less advanced than R5 but 33mm restrictor helps, plus good mapping, good antilag, hopefully better management of pop-off than most R5...
    In my opinion if you spend little bit less than new r5 then you can have similar fast car, need money for good parts plus good engineering.
    If car build budget way then decent machinery still and cost of building/buying little smaller plus running cost significantly lower.
    It good opportunity if you can have some financial support of local/national dealer, etc.

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    Any R4 already ordered from Poland?
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    Lets say a new complete R4 costs 150 000€, and you can get a good Fiesta R5 for that price.

    It is of course early to say anything about running-, and sparepart costs for the new R4, so a few unknowns still.

    What are the reports from drivers on the Oreca R4 testcar? Especially on the engine and feel of the car behaviour?
    I thin no way the new R5 cost in 150k. Some said the new one cost 180-220k, while the used one costs less

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    Any R4 already ordered from Poland?
    To Poland not yet:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mArvAlcao17 View Post
    I thin no way the new R5 cost in 150k. Some said the new one cost 180-220k, while the used one costs less
    Sulland wrote about R4 cost...
    All new R5 cars cost over 220k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mArvAlcao17 View Post
    I thin no way the new R5 cost in 150k. Some said the new one cost 180-220k, while the used one costs less
    about 230k (with the latest specs)
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