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2005 Ginetta G20 racecar. Imported by Art Allen the original U.S. importer of Ginettas. This car started as a Ginetta Cup Car and was imported from England then completely gone through and upgraded. The biggest change was the stock 1.8L was swaped out and a 2.0L Zetec with a Massive Speed ported big valve head was installed with a Crower stage 3 cam (just refreshed with zero hours on it, only dyno time). The new 2.0L now puts out 200+hp (you can get even more with some more upgrades) compared to the old 1.8L that put out 160hp. The old Ford Type9 transmision was upgraded to a Ford Mustang SVO T5 that is much smoother and stronger. It has an aluminum flywheel and high performance clutch. The intake was upgraded to Hyabusa Independent throttle bodies on a custom made intake and the exhaust is a custom long tube header. The old locked ECU was upgraded to an AEM EMS4 that is fully programamble with any loptop. It has new double adjustable coil over shocks all arround. Full IMSA cage and fire system. The tires pictured are not what we run, The car has an almost new set of BFG g-force R1 225/50/15’s on it. We also had the frame lazered to make sure it is a straight car and it is true and straight and did not need any correction.This car is 1650 lbs (1850 lbs with driver on the track) and is very fast and competative. We have run this car with NASA in ST-3 at 4 events and took 1 first and 3 seconds while we have been sorting the car out and continuing to make inprovements (this was running the setup that is represented by the old dyno numbers). This car is a big attention graber at the track and is a ton of fun to drive. I posted some pics of the engine and suspension as well as a pics from todays dyno session at Churches Automotive who does our tuning. The new velocity stacks and header resulted in a ton of additional mid range torque for accelerating out of the corners. At 4300 rpm we picked up almost 41 ft/lbs of torque (ORANGE line and the green boxes at the bottom were TODAY December 2013} over last sessions numbers (PINK line and yellow boxes at the bottom were JANUARY 2013) which is huge in a light weight car like this. We also have a lot more power coming on at earlier rpms (about a 20hp gain in the mid range rpms) The torque graph is on the left and the horse power graph is on the right. I’m sure more gains are possible with a few more tweaks before you get into the bottom end (currently stock). With the dyno showing 183.5 hp at the hubs that should be about 205 hp at the crank when you factor in a 10% loss through the drivetrain (we run 91 octane pump gas not race fuel). More gains possible with some fine tuning or going to high compression pistons.