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Thats a great site if I want to buy a 360. However, I want to know what the cd of a 360 is. Sure somebody on this forum whould know what the cd of the 360 is.
 

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Dr. Bob said:
Stradale clocks in at 0.335, same as the modena, while it has a lot more downforce I guess
That's impressive. I guess even with the addition of the aero tweaks adding more downforce, they don't create any excess drag. That makes the Stradale seem like a very efficient car.
 

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Don't know what the spider's cd is but the coupe's is 0.34 (factory claimed). The spider's cd is higher signified by its lower top end speed of only 180 MPH (R&T, Jul 01). You can find good information on the site below: http://www.mulsannescorner.com/data.htm
The number you should be really curious about is the downforce! Check it out, interesting numbers for some production cars including the 360Modena.

Cheers,
 

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4i2fly said:
Don't know what the spider's cd is but the coupe's is 0.34 (factory claimed). The spider's cd is higher signified by its lower top end speed of only 180 MPH (R&T, Jul 01). You can find good information on the site below: http://www.mulsannescorner.com/data.htm
The number you should be really curious about is the downforce! Check it out, interesting numbers for some production cars including the 360Modena.

Cheers,
:lol: that's Mike's website
pretty informative hé
 

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Great information! I wasn't sure if the site is known to FF. I sent him an e-mail asking him the lift numbers for Porsche and if they were in fact for the Turbo as it is pictured and not the Carerra (w/o the aero package lift would be worse) but never heard back from him????
 
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