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    Quote Originally Posted by br21 View Post
    I think it's more like you have class for such proto car than having car named "Dytko proto" homologated somewhere for national use. It's different with it than with "R5" Mirage.
    It's for sure driving in Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Australia and New Zealand, USA, Spain, somethng in UK also I think.
    Are there safety approvals on them?
    How will generically the physical protection in a tubulat frame be compared to a conventional chassis?
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    Those Dytko cars are not tubular chassis. Those are "normal" chassis, modified floors to accomodate evo suspension/drivetrain with other brands "top".

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    Ahh, so safety approval by ASN should not be difficult. Has Dytko or ASNs done any generic safety test approvals that could be used by others?

    If yes, what country can be asked for good documentation?
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    What is happening to the Dytko Proto initiative these days?

    Any country that has approved them for national events?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    What is happening to the Dytko Proto initiative these days?
    Pawel Dytko is trying to organize a series of rally sprints for his proto cars in Poland. It is called PROTO CARS RALLY CHALLENGE and the main prize is a drive in a proto car in Barborka Rally. The official website of the series is here:
    http://www.protorally.pl/

    The latest car from Dytko's garage is Citroen C3 Proto:
    https://www.facebook.com/rallyemag/p...type=3&theater
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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    I found this info of the Dytko Mirage http://timeattackmanila.com/motorspo...age-rally-car/

    I wonder how is it possible to build a car like this and sell it for 39 000 € which probably include some profit also. With Samsonas sequential gearbox, Brembo brakes, Reiger dampers, Ralliart clutch and exhaust which are, If I understood the article correctly, in addition to the evo 10 donor car. I know the costs are lower in Poland but still.

    I found some info about the sequential kit for an evo 10, 10 200 £ which is about 11 310 €. One fourth of the whole selling price for the car.
    http://www.eurom-sport.com/samsonas-evo-10-sequential
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldF View Post

    I wonder how is it possible to build a car like this and sell it for 39 000 € which probably include some profit also. With Samsonas sequential gearbox, Brembo brakes, Reiger dampers, Ralliart clutch and exhaust which are, If I understood the article correctly, in addition to the evo 10 donor car. I know the costs are lower in Poland but still.
    I was told 39k euro got you a car with a stock evo 8/9 drivetrain and Ksport dampers.

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    a lot of bullshit in the article.
    sweedish Mirage never had any FIA homologation and can't drive in WRC2 class.
    for 40k you can buy Mirage (or any other Dytko proto) bodyshell with standard parts.
    Top spec, like in article - Samsonas sequential, Reigers, Brembo brakes, good ECUs, etc makes the price at least two times higher...

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    Thanks br21 & ChassisFlex

    Standard parts make more sense considering the price. I know that the Swedish Mirage don’t have FIA homologation. Hope that at least the price is correct because all the rest seems to be bullshit.

    I had a look at http://rallycarsforsale.net/?s=dytko&sa=search&scat=0 and there was a Polo with evo X standard parts for 35 900 € http://rallycarsforsale.net/ads/vw-polo-proto-2/ . The Citroen C3 proto for 19 000 € is as I understand only the bodyshell prepared for evo X parts http://rallycarsforsale.net/ads/citr...complete-body/

    In general does the customer have to supply the evo parts or does Dytko take care of everything.
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