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Price: $62,400

5.0L 90 degree V8
467 hp @ 7,100 RPM
389 lb-ft @ 4,800
COMPRESSION RATIO: 12.3:1

0-60: 4.4 Seconds
Top Speed: 168 MPH

MPG: 16 city/25 highway

Dimensions:

LENGTH: 185.2 IN
WIDTH: 72.6 IN
HEIGHT: 54.7 IN
WHEELBASE: 107.5 IN

CURB WEIGHT: 3,958 lb
LEGROOM (FRONT/REAR): 34.6 / 20.2 in
HEADROOM (FRONT/REAR): 37.8 w/o moonroof / 36.5 w/ moonroof 35.0 w/o moonroof / 34.6 w/ moonroof in
SHOULDER ROOM (FRONT/REAR): 50.7 / 46.1 in
HIP ROOM (FRONT/REAR): 53.9 / 47.8 in
FUEL-TANK CAPACITY: 17.4 gal

Brakes:

Brembo six-piston monoblock calipers with 14.9-in slotted and ventilated discs (front).
Brembo four-piston monoblock calipers with 13.5-in slotted and ventilated discs (rear).
Four Channel ABS
Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
Brake Assist

Wheels:

19-in split-five-spoke forged alloy wheels with FR 255/35R19 & RR 275/35R19 summer tires

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9-in split 10-spoke forged alloy wheels with FR 255/35R19 & RR 275/35R19 summer tires

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19-in hand-polished 20-spoke forged alloy wheels with FR 255/35R19 & RR 275/35R19 summer tires

Suspension:

Front: Independent, double-wishbone with forged-aluminum components, coil springs, gas-pressurized electronically controlled shock absorbers and hollow stabilizer bar

Rear: Independent, multilink with forged-aluminum components, coil springs, gas-pressurized electronically controlled shock absorbers and stabilizer bar
 

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Thanks a lot for posting these spec's on the RC-F, great choice of picture too :D

What a pig the RC-F is, coming in just under 4,000lbs, compared to the M4 which reportedly comes in around 500lbs less than the RC.
 

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"Electronic Brakeforce Distribution"

Anyone know what this is? Sounds kind of like ABS, but I guess it is different since ABS is listed right above it as a feature.
 

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"Electronic Brakeforce Distribution"

Anyone know what this is? Sounds kind of like ABS, but I guess it is different since ABS is listed right above it as a feature.
it works with ABS but its much different. Essentially its the same as torque vectoring, braking pressue is applied to the wheels where it is most effective. the vehicle takes into consideration conditions, speed and load...
 
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