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McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25 2010 Car’s Technical Specifications Deatails

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Engine:
* Type: Mercedes-Benz FO 108X
* Capacity: 2.4 litres
* Cylinders: 8
* Maximum rpm: 18,000
* Bank angle: 90°
* Piston bore maximum: 98mm
* Number of valves: 32
* Fuel: ExxonMobil High Performance Unleaded (5.75% bio fuel)
* Spark plugs: NGK racing spark plugs specially designed for Mercedes-Benz F1 engine
* Lubricants: Mobil 1 – for higher performance, lower friction and better wear resistance
* Weight: 95kg (minimum FIA regulation weight)

Chassis:
* McLaren moulded carbon fibre composite incorporating front and side impact structures.
* Front suspension: Inboard torsion bar/damper system operated by pushrod and bell crank with a double wishbone arrangement
* Rear suspension: Inboard torsion bar/damper system operated by pushrod and bell crank with a double wishbone arrangement
* Suspension dampers: Koni
* Electronics: McLaren Electronic Systems control units incorporating electronics for chassis, engine and data acquisition. McLaren Electronic Systems also supplies the electronic dashboard, alternator voltage control, sensors, data analysis and telemetry systems
* Bodywork: Carbonfibre composite. Separate engine cover, sidepods and floor. Structural nose with intergral front wing.
Paint solutions provided by AkzoNobel Car Refinishes using Sikkens Products


* Tyres: Bridgestone Potenza
* Radio: Kenwood
* Race wheels: Enkei
* Brake calipers: Akebono
* Brake master cylinders: Akebono
* Batteries: GS Yuasa Corporation
* Steering: McLaren power-assisted
* Instruments: McLaren Electronic Systems

Transmission:

* Gearbox: McLaren-moulded carbonfibre composite. Integral rear impact structure
* Gears: Seven forward and one reverse
* Gear selection: McLaren seamless shift, hand-operated fly-by-wire
* Clutch: Carbon/carbon, hand-operated fly-by-wire

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