French Car Show 2006!

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Just a little question

What did the bx rally (Group B) cars use
They had a lot more power and the ones that I have seen all seem to work well
Even after many years of abuse
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The BX 4TC used a radically different and altogether rather more Audi-type of 4wd system with a longitudinal engine, centre transfer box, and very strong rear differential. Mechanically, the 4TC and the BX 4x4 have almost nothing in common.

Topic? err... what was that then... err.... um...

oh yes. Next August, French car show, Le Mans and all that jazz.

Having been to neither in the past, given half a chance I shall be at both.....
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DavidRutherford
The BX 4TC used a radically different and altogether rather more Audi-type of 4wd system with a longitudinal engine, centre transfer box, and very strong rear differential. Mechanically, the 4TC and the BX 4x4 have almost nothing in common
now i know' thanks dave :)


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Hands up going to the le mans meeting \:D/
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lemans?

think you'll find this is the FCS topic :lol:



Strangely there havent been any developments to the plans over Christmas, but there are meetings in Jan and Feb, by which time we should know just about everything!