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MAGNUM ENGINEERING 427SF Specification / Data sheet

Engine & Performance

Engine: Full choice of V8 engines available
Max Power (bhp): 350 - 600
Max Torque (lbs ft/): 300 - 500
Weight: 1000kg
0-60mph: Sub 5 seconds
Top Speed: 187mph (top recorded)

Standard Spec equipment of a Typical Magnum 427


Paintwork in your own personal choice of colour
Front and rear "quick lift" brackets powder coated black
Single roll over hoop with off-set brace in satin black
Recessed rear wing fuel filler
Original style pin drive wheels, 15" Halibrand replica "knock offs"
Original 4 into 1 swedged collector side pipes in hot aluminium finish
Riveted bonnet and inlet scoop as original.


Black leather Cobra seats with 3 - 4 point harness
Original layout dashboard
Period Smiths guages and Lucas switchgear
Motolita 13" or 14" steering wheel
Black carpet, leather trimmed throughout
Original style cranked gear stick and rubber gaiter.


Ford 302cu engine 350bhp
Borg Warner T5 gearbox (5 speed)
Quick rack 2.4 ratio steering
Double wishbone suspension specifically CAD designed for chassis
Alloy coil over shock units fully adjustable
Single skinned unstressed 5oz kevlar/composite body
Front vented disks with 4-pot callipers, Solid rear disks.
Baffled, single central floor mounted fuel tank
Space frame chassis with extremly high torsional rigidity
Crumple zones front and rear Side impact protection



427SF Pictures

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