2005 Aston Martin DBR9SOLD
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A genuine Aston Martin Racing DBR9 carrying chassis number 102, the 1 in front of the number designates it as a customer car as opposed to a works car. The specification of this car is unique and was done delivered a special specifically tailored car to Alcides Diniz requirements, the major alterations from a standard DBR9 are as follows, 1. Engine - Up rated performance 2. Aerodynamic package - High down force 3. Gearbox - Semi automatic 4. Reduced dry weight Engine. The engine (911) fitted to this car and the spare (909) that is included are both up rated D specification engines, they are significantly more powerful, (around 13% ****or**** 75 bhp) than the standard engine of that time running on series specific restrictors. The engines run on larger diameter restrictors, (34mm) and have some mechanical changes to the specification, subject to the class the car would be racing in the engines would need some conversion before they would be eligible for competition. Aerodynamic package The car was requested with a High down force setup that did not respect series regulations, as such a specific kit was developed for that car and briefly comprises, extended high down force front splitter, full width high down force rear wing. There are some original panels to replace the unregulated ones. Gearbox The car is fitted with the standard DBR9 gearbox. In addition a pneumatic operated semi-automatic paddle shift system has been installed. To aid gear down shift, a throttle blipper has been fitted to the engine throttle system. Both the semi automatic unit and the throttle blipper would not be legal for any FIA / ACO sanctioned event. Options In terms of the general specification of the car at the time of order it was fitted with most of the options, in a similar way to buying a road car, AMR offer a basic car and then have a menu system so the customer can specify the car to their requirements, some of the extras include, Vented bonnet driver cooling system, front duct mounted fuel cooler, Front splitter bullet (aero tuning device), oil recirculation kit for endurance races, carbon brakes, full sensor package, including, LVDT''''''''''''''''s, pedal box sensors and gearbox sensors, PI Delta data logging system with removable flash card. Spares package includes but is not limited to • New spare D specification engine R909 fully dressed with carbon air box and cam covers • Special engine case with drip tray & engine oil priming kit. • Range of suspension springs 90, 120 and 150 N/mm rear, 220, 260, 300 and 400 N/mm front • Four sets of spare wheels all fitted with Michelin tyres • Steering wheel with loom • Gearbox and other specialist rebuild tools • Car operation tools comprising, wheel nut socket, air jack tap, engine oil priming bottle, air jack safety stands and run up hubs • Front brake, rear brake and clutch master cylinders, one spare set • Range of toe link shims, • Range of camber shims and bump rubbers, • Bodywork comprising, Front bumper, rear bumper, one pair sills, Jabroc floor edges • Aero comprising, rear wing, front splitter, diffuser, dive plates • Brake pads, performance and endurance set Some general points, • The car has completed approximately 1000km from new, this equates to roughly six hours, the engine has only completed 500 kms since new. All test mileage, the car has never raced and has never been crashed. • The car was sold in 2005 and has been extremely well cared for and was kept in a humidity controlled environment in Brazil.


Reference Number 35912

as of 12/19/2008

Car 2005 Aston Martin DBR9
Exterior / Interior Color      Green 
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