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Basic Specifications & Figures

Postby Dal » Tue Oct 16, 2007 8:23 am

Ford Puma Specifications

Different Engines available:

1.4 L - 1998> 2000
88 Bhp
Maximum speed 112 mph
0-60 mph 10.8 s
MPG 39
Insurance Group 9
Revised Insurance Group 19


1.6 L - 2000 onwards replacing the 1.4
101 Bhp
Maximum speed 118 mph
0-60 mph 10.1 s
MPG 38
Insurance Group 10
Revised Insurance Group 21


1.7 L - 1997 - 2000
1997 > 2000 models
123 Bhp
Maximum speed 126 mph
0-60 mph 8.8 s
MPG 38
Insurance Group 12
Revised Insurance Group 25


1.7 L - 2000+ Models
123 Bhp
Maximum speed 126 mph
0-62 mph 9.2 s
MPG 38
Insurance Group 12
Revised Insurance Group 25


Note: Special Editions are slightly different
Millennium, Black & Thunder were Ins. Gp. 13, now group 27
Rare as hen's teeth 1.6 Thunder are now group 23


FRP 1.7 L
152 Bhp
Maximum speed 126 mph
0-60 mph 7.9 s
MPG 34
Insurance Group 15
Revised Insurance Group 30


Dimensions:
Overall Length = 3984mm
Overall Width = 1843mm (To mirrors)
Overall Height = 1345mm (To roof, not aerial)

Weight = 1038KG (FRP 1140KG)
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Postby Dal » Thu May 08, 2008 7:30 pm

As far as I know Puma Ecu:

DUDE - 1st Generation Puma
MUFF - Up to summer '99
TAPE - Std fit on '99 Summer - 2000 Spring Puma
DIVE - Std fit on Spring 2000 onwards Puma


Please advise if you know better.
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Postby Neil » Thu May 08, 2008 7:39 pm

Rather random ECU names!
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Postby crystalpuma » Thu May 08, 2008 9:19 pm

Interesting how two of them seem to link up :roll:

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Postby Dal » Thu May 08, 2008 9:26 pm

Or the DUDE spots her MUFF, TAPEs her up and DIVEs in...

Think we'd best leave it at that ;)
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Postby Puman Being » Thu May 08, 2008 9:34 pm

1.7 L - 1997 - 2000
1997 – 2000 models
123 Bhp
Maximum speed 126 mph
0-60 mph 8.8 s
30-50 mph 6.3 s
MPG 38
Insurance Group 12/13

1.7 L - 2000+ Models
123 Bhp
Maximum speed 126 mph
0-62 mph 9.2 s
31-62 mph 9.7 s
MPG 38
Insurance Group 12/13

Anyone know why there is a difference in acceleration on these two models?
Just curious! :)
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Postby Dal » Thu May 08, 2008 9:44 pm

One is the old one with a lower traction control limiter and one is the newer higher traction control limiter as well as more emission control limiting ever so slightly the performance.
(Hence the two connectors near the HCV on newer models rather than one on older ones)

That's why the pre summer 2000 ones are slightly faster. And why Millennium's have a faster 0-60 on Parkers etc than a std 1.7 as the 1.7 they compare the millie to was one of the later pumas.

Older 1 Sensor (Black):


Later 2 Sensors (Turquoise and Blue):


And the later one is 0-62.
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Postby benking » Mon Aug 18, 2008 9:09 pm

do u agree with the 0-60 times and top speed because i think its faster???????
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Postby crystalpuma » Mon Aug 18, 2008 9:35 pm

I know one person on here who reckons quite a bit faster but his cams are timed slightly differently.
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Postby Dal » Mon Aug 18, 2008 9:39 pm

Evo magazine quote a tested standard 1.7 at 8.6s for 0-60 and 7.8s for the FRP.

I've had 130ish on my GPS on the German autobahn with about 1000 revs at least to go in 5th but that was 17" wheels which makes a bit of difference.
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Postby jacko » Mon Aug 18, 2008 9:56 pm

im on 18s but iv got a £200 digital speedo thats set to the millimetre of the circumference of my tyres & iv had 123.6mph
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Postby DradusContact » Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:51 am

For those curious about the integrated spoiler, heres a little snippet from the inside story.

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If you look at this first one, you can see how slippery the back end was. This proved to be unstable at high speeds.

This model was much closer to the final production model, and you can see the 'flick' of the rear spoiler.

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Postby red » Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:31 am

Cool :D

I've misplaced my copy of this :?
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Postby DradusContact » Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:50 am

Ive got it with me in work, i was thinking of scanning it all and uploading it, but not sure on copyright issues.
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Postby chris3boro » Tue Oct 21, 2008 11:12 am

not a fan of the yellow version ^ looks like the new scirroco at the back, but I do like those.
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Postby blackersno1 » Tue Oct 21, 2008 12:46 pm

dont like the back end of the yellow one at all. looks really heavy and lazy, doesnt give the impression of speed at all in my opinion
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Postby DradusContact » Tue Oct 21, 2008 1:18 pm

Yes, i agree its not the prettiest. But if that had been the one that was released, who knows what you would of thought of it.
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Postby P7TNY » Wed Oct 22, 2008 12:07 pm

1.4 L - 1998 – 2000
88 Bhp
Maximum speed 112 mph
0-60 mph 10.8 s
30-50 mph 8.6 s
MPG 39
Insurance Group 9


I have reached 0-60 in less than that with ease
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Postby GodForbid » Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:16 pm

1.7 L - 2000+ Models
123 Bhp
Maximum speed 126 mph
0-62 mph 9.2 s
31-62 mph 9.7 s

MPG 38
Insurance Group 12/13


Something seems terribly wrong with this?

Why does it take 0.5 of a second longer to get from 31-62mph than it does from 0-62mph??
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Postby Cherie » Thu Aug 13, 2009 5:14 pm

The later models were fitted with a torque limiter that made them a fraction slower on accleration.
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Postby red » Thu Aug 13, 2009 5:27 pm

I don't think that's the question though Cherie.

In the quote 0-62 takes 9.2s but apparently to get from 31-62 takes 9.7 - Why does it take 0.5 seconds longer for the car to do 31-62 than to do 0-62?
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Postby YOG » Thu Aug 13, 2009 8:09 pm

the 31-62 mph is carried out in 4th gear.

November 2001 Brochure:
1.6
76 kW (103 PS) @ 6000rpm
Max. Torque 145 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Maximum speed 118 mph
0-62 mph 10.4 sec
31-62 mph 11.7 sec
MPG 38.7 combined
Co2 171
Insurance Group 10E

1.7
92 kW (125 PS) @ 6300rpm
Max. Torque 157 Nm @ 4500 rpm
Maximum speed 126 mph
0-62 mph 9.2 sec
31-62 mph 9.7 sec
MPG 38.2 combined
Co2 178
Insurance Group 12E
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Postby Dal » Thu Aug 13, 2009 8:14 pm

1st post edited so as to not cause confusion in future.
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Postby red » Thu Aug 13, 2009 9:06 pm

We can find out everything here :D
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