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Old 07-31-2013, 10:42 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Hi,

jea, the 680 are in kg.

The idee with the wipers are good, i try it.

Next modification : Aerobelly
Good idea. My belly pan was worth about 10% FE increase.

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Old 08-01-2013, 04:42 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Ok, this idee with the wipers -> illegal in germany.
I try to change the endposition of the wipers.
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Old 08-01-2013, 05:55 AM   #13 (permalink)
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How large is engine (Engine capacity)? Fuel type: Diesel or benzin (petrol)?
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Old 08-01-2013, 04:06 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Old 01-14-2014, 11:49 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Hi,

at the time i try to simulate all my mods via CFD.
So i build a simple Version from my Polo86C in SolidWorks and build in the changes.

I hope i could tuned this mods in this time of development to low the cost.

Here the Model and a modified version.

I public the calculates later


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Hi,

standard polo (digital) : cw 0,335 A:1,64mē -> cwA:0,55mē
tuned polo (digital): cw 0,179 A:1,6mē -> cwA: 0,29mē

Improvent: nearly 100% better cwA

And the details are not build in.. (wheelspoiler, airflaps,...)

I think i could reach 0,18 in real life


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Cd 0.18

I don't see any reason why you would not make it to your Cd target.It would be a significant advance.
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Very cool! I once tried it with my 2F coupe 1.05 4-speed and later with my 2F steilheck 1.3 5-speed. I called it my old skool bluemotion . I was active on the polo86c.nl website, but have sold all my polo's now.

Good luck on trying to maximise the consumption, maybe try to get a 1W diesel .
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I used a tuned 3F Gasoline engine with about 90-100hp.
The W1 with a G40 Loader are better, but i need a "Umweltplakette" to drive through different cities.
No chance with this old diesel.

And now the reworked version
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Ahh, the 3F engine. Multipoint injection instead of monopoint! Good one, was it standard in the car or did you change the engine (or the cylinderhead)?

This was my polo coupe : http://btracing.home.xs4all.nl/polo%...e_DSC_6667.jpg

- grill blocked with clear tape
- 135 tires
- smooth hubcaps like EkoPolo concept
- rearskirts, these were scrapped and went for clear tape later
- AAU engine, best result was around 5,1 liter per 100km

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