1980s & 1990s Gr.A RS500, E30, 190E, 240, Supra, R31, R32, DTM, BTCC, ATCC

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Well, that’s sorted for the 240. Stage 1 weight reduction drops the weight from 1324kg to 1191kg. Sweet!
All engine parts max at 354 BHP. Sweet again! Stroke & bore raise engine capacity to 2086cc.

Edit: Updated OP with Volvo 240 specs. 320-340BHP/1100kg
The wagon is nice. Has a 50:50 weight distribution at Stage 2 weight reduction(1098kg) with 2 kg of ballast to bring weight up to 1100kg. 96% power is 339 BHP(606.93 PP). 97% power at 343 BHP(608.03 PP).
 
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Based on the 1990 specs from ATCC Gibson Motorsport R31
Stock body, 17” wide wheels, wide offset
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The R31 and RS 500 can go toe to toe blow for blow.
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Adjusted the E30 SE to 1990/1991 BHP, due the rise in performance of the RS 500 and new R31 entering Group A.
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The 240 works best in the early days of Group A. Setting the R31 to the debut four-cylinder non-GTS-R spec 340 BHP/1070kg, RS 500 to 360-370 BHP/1035kg, E30 non-evo 300 BHP, Supra 370 BHP, 190 E 260-310 BHP.
It just can not hang with the later spec cars.
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Class C cars Same specs. Levin has a 557.18 PP versus Sprinter 557.16 PP due to the more slippery nose.
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