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Technical specifications including the maximum technical weight

Xadeb

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Hello,
I'm trying to get the official documents for my TVR 2500M. A last point is blocking the process : they request me a document showing the "maximum technical weight" of the TVR 2500M ?
I have never seen this info on internet...
Can somebody help me ?

Thank you in advance !

Xavier
 

LarryK

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I can only find 895 Kg - 1032kg from 1971. Are you looking for the GWR loaded weight? That was on wikipedia in weight.
 

Xadeb

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Hello Larry,
Were do you find 895 kg ? This could be the weight of the car (witout people and luggages) and 1032kg the maximum technical weight (authorized).
Thanks !
 

Xadeb

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yes I'm looking for the The gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), or gross vehicle mass (GVM) ---> the maximum operating weight/mass of a vehicle as specified by the manufacturer ...
 

LarryK

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I went to internet an check specs and weight for TVR 2500M, one site said 895, another said 1032. Hit the wikipedia sight and they had 895-1032.
 

Xadeb

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Can somebody have a look to the figures present on its 2500M document ?
Tx I'm really blocked with the registration process...
 

Xadeb

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finally, I fond a solution acceptable for the authorities.
Hopefully this is the end of the story !
 

NickK

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By the way, as a matter of history, TVR literature of the day lists the kerb weight of the 2500M as 2140 lbs. I don't know what is included in "kerb" weight. As a point of reference, my 1974 2500M which had some lightening (alloy front axle hubs, alloy fly wheel, alloy water pump housing, alloy front and rear engine plates, cast iron exhaust manifold changed to tube headers, etc) weighted in at an actual 1879 lbs with all fluids but and empty gas tank.
 
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