DE TOMASO Mangusta
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1967 DE TOMASO Mangusta - Technical specification

1967 DE TOMASO Mangusta

1967 DE TOMASO Mangusta technical characteristics

Years of Production
1967  - 1971

Engine

Engine type
V8
Materials
Light-alloy / Cast iron
Valves per cylindre
2
Distribution
OHV
Fuel injection / Ignition system
4 barrel carburetors
Aspiration
Natural
Displacement (cm3)
4728cm3
Bore x Stroke (mm)
101.8 x 72.9
Compression ratio
10.5
Horsepower (hp rpm)
306 hp @ 6100tr/min
Specific output
64.72ch/l
Peak torque (mkg rpm)
54.3 @ 3800tr/min
Torque by Liter (mkg)
11.48mkg/l

Transmission - Body - Frame

GearBox
Manual width 5 speed
Transmission
Rear-wheel drive
Suspension Avant
double wishbones, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers
Suspension Arrière
lower wishbones, top links, twin trailing arms, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers
Steering
Rack & pinion steering
Brakes
Ventilated discs 292 mm at thr front and ventilated discs280 mm at the rear

Transmission - Body - Frame

GearBoxManual
Speed5
TransmissionRear-wheel drive
SteeringRack & pinion steering
BrakesFront brakesRear brakes
 - Brake typeVentilated discsVentilated discs
 - Brake size (mm)292280

Weight and dimensions of 1967 DE TOMASO Mangusta

Weight (kg)1300
Distribution (kg/ch) front / rear32% / 68%
Weight power ratio4.25
Length - Width - Height (mm)4275-1834-1100
Wheelbase2500
TrackFront trackRear track
 13941450
Rims15"
Tires 185 HR 15 Dunlop SP 225 HR 15 Dunlop SP

1967 DE TOMASO Mangusta rival (according to duel)

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Performance of the 1967 DE TOMASO Mangusta

top speed 260 km/h 

Acceleration:

0 - 100 km/h 6  
0 - 160 km/h 13"7  
0 - 1000 meters 24  

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