The Bosch coil suitable for F1 and other motorsport applications below cost 710 euros.
Yea.. cheap dirt cheap.... double the price i paid for my car for all 8. it all adds up.
And just because i got it wrong because titanium is better than aluminium in a spesific area doesn`t mean the idea about material spesification is wrong. Like alu intake and such.
You might be satisfied with the current engine prices but there is allways room for reductions if they was having a focus on it.
there is a huge potensial to improve the hp/cost for F1 cars and their components.
Tony might recognise this one. yours at around 15000 dollars
here is a 1992 modell cossie for 60 000 punds.
Just a poor comparison but you get the picture.
The Asia tech motor from 2002 is cheaper but mostly because its not a winner motor and maintenance and parts price and such is a pain i suspect.
And saying steel suspention with limitations in manufacturing technicues would be more costly is just plain wrong.
the diff stuff i simply don`t believe. As said you can only do so much to a limited amount of parts. It might be costly initially but not in the long run.