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BRSCC BMW Race Days Compact Cup Overview: The BMW Compact Cup has only been running since 2012 and already the media is all over it. Drivers from all over the country and from all backgrounds are getting involved in this new low cost racing class. The Scottish championship is seeing great support with increasing entrants on every event Chassis: BMW E36 Compact 318, the donor car for the KCMS car 84 was a 1994 model Engine: The only permitted engine is the BMW M44 1.9 16v. All internal engine parts must be from the original M44 engine. A 0.5mm re-bore is permitted with a maximum Compression ratio of 11:1. Vibra Technics engine mounts can be used. The ECU permitted is the controlled Compact Cup unit. Transmission: Standard gearbox and ratios must be retained. BMW quick shift gear change is permitted, Final drive ratio must be 3.38:1 Tyres: Nankang 195/50R15 86W NS-2R 180 (STREET) XL Brakes: BMW E36 M3 discs and calipers are specifically prohibited Wheels/Steering: 15" x 7" or 15" x 7.5" wheels, Alloy or Steel. A BMW Z3 steering rack can be fitted Suspension: GAZ Gold Compact Cup (402R) specification coil overs with 600lb front and 275lb rear springs. Suspension bushes are free but should be of a rubber or "Polybush" construction, and Gaz front adjustable top mounts are permitted. KC Motorsports: Presently support 1 driver with there own car and our team car in the British Series
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