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    @SubNo: you are correct, or close. (1067)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Group_R

    R2B 1390cc to 1600cc Naturally aspirated Petrol 1030 kg Two-wheel drive 2500 per year Ford Fiesta 1.6 R2[9]
    927cc to 1067cc Turbocharged Ford Fiesta Ecoboost R2
    R2C 1600cc to 2000cc Naturally aspirated Petrol 1080 kg Two-wheel drive 2500 per year none
    1067cc to 1333cc Turbocharged none
    RC5 R1A Up to 1390cc Naturally aspirated Petrol 980 kg Two-wheel drive 2500 per year Toyota TMG Yaris R1A[2]
    Up to 927cc Turbocharged none
    R1B 1390cc to 1600cc Naturally aspirated Petrol 1030 kg Two-wheel drive 2500 per year Renault Twingo RS R1
    927cc to 1067cc Turbocharged none

    And it is also opened for similar engine in R1. So we could potentially see a R1 Fiesta with detuned R2 engine.
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    Wikipedia has it bit wrong:
    R2 no turbo is up to 1620cc (some french? engine is little bit over 1600cc)
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    Only turbocharged variants of PSA EP6 are over 1600 ccm and therefore I believe this 1620cc rule applies only for R3T and R5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    Only turbocharged variants of PSA EP6 are over 1600 ccm and therefore I believe this 1620cc rule applies only for R3T and R5.
    Yeah my bad.

    It was Renault M5MT engine 1618cc (Clio R3T)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    @SubNo: you are correct, or close. (1067)
    They are 999cc, I'm a mechanic on them so i should know
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubaruNorway View Post
    They are 999cc, I'm a mechanic on them so i should know

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    Are there any initiatives from FIA towards the factories to modify the R1 class, maybe with turbo engines?
    Or will all continue with NA engines?
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    Are there any public figures (or even guesses) available how many R class cars has been sold per class per each model, for example in R2 and R5? In R5 it feels like 90% cars are either Skodas or Fords but there seems to be big differences in models' popularity between different national series.

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    The R1 teams are having a ball in Monte Carlo.
    https://www.ewrc-results.com/results...154135&ct=1035

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    Quote Originally Posted by Japé View Post
    Are there any public figures (or even guesses) available how many R class cars has been sold per class per each model, for example in R2 and R5? In R5 it feels like 90% cars are either Skodas or Fords but there seems to be big differences in models' popularity between different national series.
    For R5, take a look at ewrc-results, it is very good. As for R2, over 300 208 R2 kits have been sold, others I dont't know.

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