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Copyright © 2006
Brammo Motorsports
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Company. All photographs in this manual are the property of Brammo Motorsports, LLC.
Published by
Brammo Motorsports, LLC
695 A Mistletoe Road
Ashland, Oregon 97520
www.brammo.com
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BRAMMO MOTORSPORTS, LLC
Brammo Motorsports, LLC is the United States manufacturer of the Ariel Atom 2. Leveraging digital tools at
every step of production, Brammo Motorsports has sought to refine manufacturing processes to produce the
highest quality parts true to the Ariel Motor Company and Simon Saunder’s design. Brammo Motorsports
takes great pride in providing high quality components for your vehicle. We are confident that if your vehicle is
maintained correctly, you will enjoy many hours of safe and pleasurable driving.
Contact Brammo Motorsports at 541-482-9555
Customer Service & Parts: ext. 307
Service Department: ext. 308
Sales & Marketing: ext. 318
Email: support@brammo.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Non-Liability of Manufacturer.................................................................................................... 1
Using This Manual...................................................................................................................... 2
Specification Overview .............................................................................................................. 3
Vehicle Layout............................................................................................................................ 4
Dash Layout................................................................................................................................ 5
Safety Harnesses .................................................................................................................... 6-7
On-board Extinguisher System ................................................................................................. 8
Start Sequence ........................................................................................................................... 9
Shift Patterns.............................................................................................................................. 10
Vehicle Run-in Procedures........................................................................................................ 11
Brake Bedding Procedures ....................................................................................................... 12
Jack Points ................................................................................................................................. 13
Jacking up the Car ..................................................................................................................... 14
Tie Down Points for Transporting Your Ariel Atom ................................................................. 15
Brake Packages..................................................................................................................... 16-20
Parking Brake Adjustments.................................................................................................. 21-22
Tire & Wheel Maintenance ......................................................................................................... 23
Wheels ........................................................................................................................................ 24
Drivetrains ............................................................................................................................. 25-28
Engine Mount Specifications .................................................................................................... 29
Electrical Specifications ............................................................................................................ 30
Fuse Panels ........................................................................................................................... 31-34
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Fluid Levels & Types for GM Engines....................................................................................... 35
Fluid Levels & Types for Honda Engines ................................................................................. 36
GM Oil Dipstick/Fill Locations................................................................................................... 37
Honda Oil Dipstick/Fill Locations.............................................................................................. 38
Dip Stick Indicator for Honda Engines ..................................................................................... 39
Adding & Changing Engine Coolant .................................................................................... 40-42
Transmission Oil ........................................................................................................................ 43
Body Panel Removal & Installation........................................................................................... 44
Air Filter Removal & Installation .......................................................................................... 45-46
Suspension Adjustments .......................................................................................................... 47
A-Arm Adjustment...................................................................................................................... 48
Vehicle Ride Height Adjustment ............................................................................................... 49
Damper Adjustment ................................................................................................................... 50
Seat Adjustments....................................................................................................................... 51
Tow Points.................................................................................................................................. 52
Maintenance Schedules........................................................................................................ 53-58
GM Engine Replacement Part Information .......................................................................... 59-60
Honda Engine Replacement Part Information..................................................................... 61-62
Brake Pad Options ................................................................................................................ 63-66
Standard Paint Codes .................................................................................................................. 67
Service Notes ........................................................................................................................ 68-70
Track Notes ........................................................................................................................... 71-73
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NON-LIABILITY OF MANUFACTURER
The purchaser of the vehicle assumes full liability for the safe construction and operation of the Ariel Atom 2
whether the vehicle was assembled by the purchaser, a third party garage, or by Brammo Motorsports, LLC.
The Ariel Atom is a high performance vehicle intended for track use. Construction of high performance vehicles
involves inherent risks in materials selection, systems design, and vehicle construction. Operation of high
performance vehicles involves inherent risks associated with exercising materials, designs, and assemblies at
the limits of performance constraints. The operator’s individual characteristics and techniques will contribute
notably to the performance of the vehicle and the stress placed on designs, materials, and construction.
Ultimately, decisions regarding the safety of the vehicle are made by the owner or operator. By purchasing the
vehicle, the owner accepts full responsibility for the safe design, materials selection, construction, and
operation of the vehicle and relieves Brammo Motorsports, LLC of any and all liability for any and all injury or
death associated with any aspect of the vehicle.
This manual contains the current information at the time of printing. Brammo Motorsports, LLC reserves the
right to make changes to the product after the printing of this manual without notice.
The Ariel Atom 2 is intended for off road use only.
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USING THIS MANUAL
The Ariel Atom 2 Owner’s Manual provides you with an overview of the primary components and suggested
general maintenance of your vehicle. Each vehicle may be equipped differently, depending on the options you
selected when you “built” your Atom. If the manual does not provide needed information about your vehicle,
please contact Brammo Motorsports for assistance.
Your Atom is equipped with either a General Motors (GM) Ecotec LSJ, or a Honda K20A Engine.
Information on a page, or in a section, pertaining specifically to either the GM or the Honda engine will be
clearly indicated.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Read this manual before driving your vehicle. Some of the information needs
ongoing and close attention and is labeled as follows:
NOTES indicate a unique comment or explanation. They will be written in italics.
WARNINGS & CAUTIONS are in red, and/or are labeled with a
symbol.
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SPECIFICATION OVERVIEW
Engine Type:
General Motors: GM Ecotec LSJ
Honda: K20A
Transmission:
General Motors: 5-speed synchromesh with limited slip differential
Honda: 6-speed synchromesh with limited slip differential
Vehicle Capacity: 2 people
Safety Harness Restrictions: Individuals must be over 88 lbs (40 kg) and over 4 ft. 11 in. (150 cm) tall
Curb Weight: 1350 lbs (612.36 kg)
Body: Fiberglass composite, or carbon fiber composite
Suspension Type: Multilink Independent with pushrod actuation
Wheel Size: Front: 15 x 7.0 in. + 35 mm offset, Rear: 16 x 7.0 in. + 38 mm offset
Tire Pressure: (recommended) 18 PSIG Front, 20 PSIG Rear
Fuel Type/Capacity: Premium fuel, 9.7 gallons (36.7 liters)
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VEHICLE LAYOUT
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DASH LAYOUT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Tachometer
Immobilizer
Charge System Warning
Parking Brake Indicator
Left Turn Signal
High Beam Indicator Light
Right Turn Signal
Lighting Indicator
Oil Pressure Warning
Speedometer
Turn Signal Switch
Horn
Engine Start Button
Ignition Power Switch
Emergency Flashers Button
Fog/Rain/Light
Marker/Lighting Selector/High
Beams
18. LCD Panel
19. Dash Programming Button
The LCD panel includes readings for the total mileage, the trip odometer, the water temperature and the fuel
gauge. The fuel gauge will flash when the tank is approaching empty. The panel settings are pre-programmed.
If you wish to modify the default settings, please contact Brammo Motorsports for programming instructions.
NOTE: If your vehicle is equipped with non-canceling turn signals, they must be cancelled manually.
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SAFETY HARNESSES
Your vehicle is equipped with a SCHROTH safety harness system. Your harness must be worn, adjusted and
maintained properly. Demonstrations and instructions regarding the effective and safe use of your racing
harnesses are included in the SCHROTH on-line user manual, which you will find on the CD in your Ariel Atom
Owner’s Packet. Reading and adhering to the information in the SCHROTH on-line user manual is imperative
for the safety of drivers and passengers of your vehicle. Information on the CD includes but is not limited to:
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Wearing, adjusting and releasing the racing harness
Anchorage locations and geometries
Belt routing
Overview of the Anti Submarining Mechanism (ASM®)
Care and maintenance of the harnesses
Replacement information (Harnesses must be replaced before the expiration date listed on the label.)
To access the on-line user manual:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Insert the CD into your disk drive
Open the SCHROTH CD Rom folder
Open the folder titled “English”
Open the HTML document titled “main.htm”
Click on “Installation and Instructions”
Open each folder in the left column for instructions and information
WARNING: SCHROTH racing harnesses are designed for individuals weighing more than 88 lbs
(40 kg), and with a height greater than 4 ft. 11 in. (150 cm).
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2” Standard 4-point Belts
▪ 4-point harness
▪ Anti Submarining
technology sewnSYSTEM
into
ON-BOARD
EXTINGUISHER
shoulder belts
▪ Push buttonEXTINGUISHER
release and easy useSYSTEM
“pull-up”
ON-BOARD
adjusters
3” Shoulder Belt & 3” Lap Belt
6-point Schroth Competition
harness
▪ FIA and SCCA approved
▪ Anti Submarining belts included
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ON-BOARD EXTINQUISHER SYSTEM
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If you have chosen the on-board extinguisher system, the fire extinguisher bottle is located under the dash,
at the longitudinal midline of the car, and is placed horizontally and perpendicular to the long axis, above
the parking brake pull mechanism.
There are two pull handles for the extinguisher. The safety crew handle is located on the windscreen base
at the right side of the car ahead of the mirror base. The driver’s handle is between the instrument panel
and the parking brake handle.
The pull handles are marked “FIRE” and include a safety pin with a blue flag attached.
Before driving your vehicle, check the gauge on your extinguisher to ensure that it is fully charged.
Please refer to the Safecraft Installation Suggestions and Hints documents included in your Ariel Atom
Owner’s Packet.
Driver’s extinguisher pull handle
Safety crew’s extinguisher pull handle
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START SEQUENCE
The Remote Keyless
Immobilizer
▪
When the immobilzer
indicator light is flashing
moderately, the anti-theft
system is armed. The
flashing light will blink rapidly
when the ignition is on (the
system will still be armed).
▪
To unarm the system, wave
the key fob in range of the
transponder antennae (#2 in
diagram). The light will go
off, and the car is then able
to start.
▪
After you kill the ignition
switch the light will stay on
solid for 20 seconds.
▪
If the starter switch is not
pushed within 20 seconds,
the system will re-arm, and
the sequence will need to be
repeated.
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SHIFT PATTERNS
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VEHICLE RUN-IN PROCEDURES
Your vehicle does not need an elaborate break-in; however, it will perform better in the long run if you follow
these guidelines:
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Do not drive at any one constant speed, fast or slow, for the first 500 miles (800 km).
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Do not make full-throttle starts.
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Do not exceed 5,000 engine RPM.
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Avoid downshifting to brake or slow the vehicle.
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BRAKE BEDDING PROCEDURES
Your Ariel Atom 2 will be delivered with set-up, testing, and checks already completed by the factory; however,
the braking system will still need to be completely bedded-in before any high speed or very hard deceleration is
attempted. Refer to the following schedule for brake bed-in procedures.
The first 10 miles (16 km): Light braking from 50–60 MPH (80-96 km/h) down to 30 MPH (48 km/h). Perform
this protocol for five iterations allowing time for the brakes to cool between iterations. Avoid any high speed
stops down to zero. Braking from high speeds heats the disc surface while the interior remains cool and
contributes to warping before the brakes are fully bedded.
The first 10-100 miles (16-160 km): Increase braking pressure from about 60 MPH (96 km/h) to zero.
Observe for the area around the mounting bolts to turn light blue. This coloration indicates correct heat soak is
being achieved. Avoid full stops from 70 plus MPH (112 km/h).
The first 100-200 miles (160-322 km): Gradually increase brake pressure coming to full stops more rapidly
than during the previous step. After this point, full braking from speed should be possible without warping the
discs or experiencing unusual vibration.
For track day use:
▪ Warm, but do not overheat, the brakes during the warm up lap(s).
▪ Allow the brakes to cool during a “cool down” lap at the end of the session.
▪ Do not leave your foot on the brake after stopping in the paddock area following braking from high speeds.
This action would create a “hot spot” and contribute to warping the rotors.
NOTE: To avoid warping, avoid excessive or uneven heating of the rotors.
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JACK POINTS
At the front of the vehicle, the mounting point where the front of the lower A-arm attaches to the frame is the
preferred jacking point. At the rear of the vehicle, the lower horizontal tube is the preferred jacking point.
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JACKING UP THE CAR
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The use of wheel chocks or blocks is required when jacking up the car.
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Jack stand locations are suitable for full lift and single end elevated requirements.
▪
Use care to not damage the radiator or after cooler radiator when positioning jack.
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Use rags or cardboard between the jack and the frame, as well as between the jack stands and frame,
to avoid scratching the frame’s finish.
Procedures:
1. Position the floor jack directly under the front lower A-arm bushing bracket.
2. Locate the jack stands on right and left sides of car directly under the longitudal tube of lower chassis.
3. Locate one of the jack stands directly under the rear bottom cross member as far to the left side as
possible.
4. Position the floor jack directly under the rear bottom cross member at the centerline of car.
5. Locate one of the jack stands directly under the rear bottom cross member as far to the right side as
possible.
Never get under your vehicle when it is only supported by a jack.
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TIE DOWN POINTS FOR TRANSPORTING YOUR ARIEL ATOM
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BRAKE PACKAGES
Your Atom is equipped with one of the following brake packages:
Base
Floating calipers front & rear with 10.3 in. front ventilated rotor and 10.3 in. rear ventilated rotor.
Sport
Wilwood Dynalite 4 piston caliper front and floating PBR caliper rear, with 10.3 in. front
ventilated rotor and 10.3 in. rear ventilated rotor.
Track
Wilwood Dynalite 4 piston caliper front & rear caliper and parking brake caliper with 11 in. front
two-piece ventilated rotor and 11 in. two-piece ventilated rotor.
Race
Alcon 4 piston caliper front & rear with 11 in. front two-piece slotted & ventilated rotor, and 11 in.
rear two-piece slotted & ventilated rotor.
Brake pads should be inspected before every track event to ensure that there has been no pad damage,
thickness issues, or deterioration.
The brake rotors should be replaced when their thickness decreases to 19mm, when pulsation is noted, or
if cracking or other physical damage is found during inspection. Additionally, the brake pads should be
replaced when replacing the rotors.
Check brake fluid levels often. Some decrease is to be expected as the pads wear. Additionally, the brake
lines should be checked for rubbing or scraping.
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PARKING BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
There are two adjustment points on your vehicle’s parking brake assembly, the parking brake actuator and the
cable slack. Refer to the photos on the following page. To adjust the assembly:
1. Place chocks or blocks in front and in back of the front wheels to prevent the car from rolling.
2. Place the parking brake handle in the forward-most position and put the car in neutral.
3. Jack up the rear of your Atom until the rear wheels are clear of the ground.
4. Place safety stands under the car.
5. Ensure that the car is stable.
6. Make sure that there is a little slack in the cables where they exit their covers at the rear of the car near
the rear axle.
7. Take a 1/4 in. Allen wrench and turn the internal hex bolt in the center of the large end of the parking
brake application lever clockwise until the wheel cannot be turned by hand. (Track & Race package.)
8. Turn the Allen bolt counter-clockwise about 1/16 of a turn. At this point the parking brake is initialized
and the cables can be adjusted.
9. Loosen the locknut on the cable housings with a 9/16 in. wrench and screw the adjuster barrel counterclockwise until there is less than 1/2 in. of vertical slack in the cable.
10. Tighten the locknut while holding the cable housing stable with a 1/2 in. wrench.
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TIRE & WHEEL MAINTENANCE
NOTE: Due to a wide range of driving conditions and techniques, tire maintenance will vary.
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Ariel Atoms are equipped with ultra high performance, wet/dry (not all-season) tires. Tire sizes are:
Front 195/50R/15 or 205/50R15 Rear 225/45R16 or 225/45R16
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Front tire pressures of 18 PSI, and rear tire pressures of 20 PSI are the recommended tire pressures for
most applications. Minimum and maximum tire pressures are listed on the sidewall of the tires.
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Drivers should inspect tires for proper pressure and tread wear before every track event. A wide range of
wear patterns are possible due to different driving conditions.
If you are losing traction it may be time to change the tires.
Suspension settings may affect tire wear patterns.
Grainy tread may indicate a suspension issue.
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Tires may last up to 20,000 miles (32,000 km) under conservative driving conditions or as little as 300
miles (480 km) for track conditions.
The wheels should be re-torqued before every track event. The lug nut torque is 80 ft-lbs.
Most Atoms have different size tires on the front and the back, and cannot be rotated. If you car’s tires are
the same size, rotate them every 500-1,000 miles (800-1600 km). Dismount the tires from the wheels
before rotating them.
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WHEELS
Team Dynamic
Pro Race 1.2
12-Spoke
15 x 7 +35mm offset
16 x 7 +38mm offset
Wheel nut type: M12 x 1.5mm
Lug nut torque: 80 ft-lbs
Team Dynamic
Pro Race 2.0
5-Spoke “webbed ends”
15 x 7 +35mm offset
16 x 7 +38mm offset
Wheel nut type: M12 x 1.5mm
Lug nut torque: 80 ft-lbs
Dymag
5-Spoke Magnesium
15 x 7 +35mm offset
16 x 8 +38mm offset
Wheel nut type: M12 x 1.5mm
Lug nut torque: 80 ft-lbs
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GM DRIVETRAINS
GM Ecotec 2.2 Liter
Naturally Aspirated
DOHC with Sequential Fuel Injection
Bore: 86.00mm
Stroke: 94.60 mm with 10:1 compression ratio
140 Horsepower and 150 ft-lbs of torque
GM Ecotec 2.0 Liter
Base
DOHC with Sequential Fuel Injection
Bore: 86.00 mm
Stroke: 86.00 mm with 9.5:1 compression ratio
205 Horsepower and 200 ft-lbs of torque
GM Ecotec 2.0 Liter
Stage 1
DOHC with Sequential Fuel Injection
Bore: 86.00 mm
Stroke: 86.00 mm with 9.5:1 compression ratio
230 Horsepower and 205 ft-lbs of torque
GM Ecotec 2.0 Liter
Stage 2
DOHC with Sequential Fuel Injection
Bore: 86.00 mm
Stroke: 86.00 mm with 9.5:1 compression ratio
245 Horsepower and 215 ft-lbs of torque
GM Ecotec 2.0 Liter
Stage 3
DOHC with Sequential Fuel Injection
Bore: 86.00 mm
Stroke: 86.00 mm with 9.5:1 compression ratio
300 Horsepower and 250 ft-lbs of torque
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GM DRIVETRAINS
The Ecotec 2.0L SC (Supercharged) is compact and lightweight, and its Eaton M62 Supercharger adds 40
percent more power to the Ecotec 2.0L engine compared to a naturally aspirated version. The M62
supercharger utilizes a helical roots compressor and integral pressure control, producing a maximum of 12-19
PSI of boost. The boosted intake flow exits into an all-new matched intake manifold with an integral air-toliquid heat exchange intake charge cooler system. A compact single-track, six-rib belt supercharger drive
system utilizes a linear tensioning device to further strengthen the already impressive system performance and
durability. A microprocessor manages the M62 supercharger, fuel, direct spark delivery systems and the
engine’s 68-mm Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) system. ETC delivers outstanding throttle response,
improved reliability and better integration with cruise control electronics for greater overall performance and
drivability.
The Ecotec 2.0L SC engine is built with a six-quart oil sump and a crankshaft driven pump. A block-mounted
oil cooler, or optional remote cooler, is included to ensure proper lubricant cooling that promotes long engine
life.
The 2.0L SC engine is built exclusively at the FGP (Fiat-GM Powertrain) engine facility in Kaiserslautern,
Germany. This plant uses a die-cast production technique that yields a block that is well suited for high-stress
applications including turbocharging and supercharging.
Often referred to as the Global Four Cylinder, the starting point for the 2.0L SC is the Ecotec 2.2L (RPO L61).
This engine has leveraged GM Powertrain’s worldwide design and engineering capability by drawing on the
best practice of technical centers in North America and Europe. The Ecotec 2.2L created a template for
subsequent global powertrain development that laid the groundwork for engines such as Powertrain’s new
Global 3.6: V6. Most important, the Ecotec 2.2L is a world-class gasoline engine with obvious benefits for the
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customer. At 307 pounds fully dressed, the L61 is the lightest engine GM has produced in its displacement
class, and one of the most compact four-cylinders in the world.
Before going into production, every Ecotec engine variant is subjected to the toughest and most
comprehensive validation process ever carried out at GM, having to pass all of the dynamometer and vehicle
tests traditionally run by various GM organizations worldwide, including the most severe trials. Coinciding with
the rollout of the Ecotec program, general engine durability testing on lab dynamometers was increased by 60
percent. This has been carried forward to the new Ecotec supercharged engine.
*The preceding specifications and text regarding the GM drivetrain have been adapted and copied with permission from the General
Motors Corporation.
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HONDA DRIVETRAINS
Honda Non-Supercharged
DOHC with Sequential Fuel Injection
Bore: 86.00 mm
Stroke: 86.00 mm with 11.5:1 compression ratio
245 horsepower 163 ft-lbs of torque
Honda Supercharged
DOHC with Sequential Fuel Injection
Bore: 86:00 mm
Stroke: 86.00 mm with 11.5:1 compression ratio
300 horsepower 198 ft-lbs of torque
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ENGINE MOUNT SPECIFICATIONS
GM engine mount torque
Front & rear: M12 x 1.75
40 ft-lbs
Right side: M12 x 1.75
40 ft-lbs
Honda engine mount torque
Front & rear: 12 x 1.25mm
47 ft-lbs
Right side: 10 x 1.25mm
33 ft-lbs
Note: Engine bolts, for both engine types, are coated with blue “thread lock” at the factory.
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Spark Plugs in GM Engines
Gap: 0.045 in. (1.14mm)
Recommended torque: 15 ft-lbs (20 Nm)
Service: Inspect before every track event and change if necessary.
Type: LTR5GP NGK PK16PR-P11 ND
LTR51X-11 NGK
PT16VR13 ND
(or equivalent)
Spark Plugs in Honda Engines
Gap: 0.039 – 0.043 in. (1.0 – 1.1mm)
Recommended torque: 15 ft-lbs (20 Nm)
Service: Inspect before every track event and change if necessary.
Type: NGK: 1FR7G11K, 1FR7G11KS
DENSO: SK22PR-M11, SK22PR-M11S
Ignition Timing and Battery (both engines)
Set by the processor and/or the ECU. Not adjustable.
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FUSES
Fuse box locations
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GM FUSE PANELS (Without Master Battery Switch)
Fuse Box 1
Relays Fuse #
R1
After
Cool
Rating
Fuse Box 2
Description
Relays
Fuse #
Rating
Description
R1
Starter
F1
20A
Ignition
F2
15A
Fuel Pump
F3
20A
High Beam
F4
20A
Low Beam
F1
30A
Battery
F2
15A
Brake Light
R2
Power
Train
F3
15A
Light Switch
F4
20A
Power Point
R3
F5
10A
ALDL
F6
10A
ECM Battery
F7
10A
Hazard
F8
15A
Horn
R4
R5
F9
F10
R2
Cooling
Fan
R3
High
Beam
R4
Low
Beam
R5
Fuel
Pump
F5
No Fuse
F6
15A
Power Train
F7
15A
F8
2A
BU Lamp
Switch &
Master Lube
Dash
F9
15A
Run Lights
F10
15A
Turn Signal
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GM FUSE PANELS (With Master Battery Switch)
Fuse Box 1
Relays Fuse #
R1
After
Cool
Rating
Fuse Box 2
Description
Relays
Fuse #
Rating
Description
R1
Starter
F1
20A
Ignition
F2
15A
Fuel Pump
F3
20A
High Beam
F4
20A
Low Beam
F5
10A
ECU Battery
F6
15A
Power Train
F7
15A
F8
20A
BU Lamp
Switch &
Master Lube
Dash
F9
15A
Run Lights
F10
15A
Turn Signal
F1
30A
Battery
F2
15A
Brake Light
R2
Power
Train
F3
15A
Light Switch
F4
20A
Power Point
R3
F5
10A
ALDL
F6
R4
R5
No Fuse
F7
10A
Hazard
F8
15A
Horn
F9
F10
R2
Cooling
Fan
R3
High
Beam
R4
Low
Beam
R5
Fuel
Pump
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HONDA FUSE PANELS
Fuse Box 1
Relays Fuse #
R1
After
Cool
R2
Power
Train
R3
Cooling
Fan
R4
Main
Relay
R5
Rating
Fuse Box 2
Description
Relays
Fuse #
Rating
Description
R1
Starter
F1
20A
Ignition
F2
15A
Fuel Pump
F3
20A
High Beam
F4
20A
Low Beam
F5
No Fuse
ECM
F6
15A
Power Train
F7
15A
F8
2A
BU Lamp
Switch
Dash
F9
15A
F10
15A
F1
30A
Battery
F2
15A
Brake Light
F3
15A
Light Switch
F4
20A
Power Point
F5
10A
ALDL
F6
10A
ECM Battery+
F7
10A
Hazard
F8
15A
Horn
F9
F10
R2
Cooling
Fan
R3
High
Beam
R4
Low
Beam
R5
Fuel
Pump
Running
Lights
Turn Signal
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FLUID LEVELS & TYPES FOR ATOMS WITH GM ENGINES
Fluid levels (GM engines)
Engine oil capacity: 6 quarts (5.20 L)
Transmission oil capacity: 67 ounces / 2.1 quarts (189 grams/1.99 L)
Brake fluid reservoir capacity: Fill to the indicated capacity line on the reservoir
Fuel tank capacity: 9.7 gallons (36.7 L)
Cooling system capacity: 2.75 gallons (10.395 L)
Supercharger after cooler coolant: 2 in. (apx.) below the filler cap when hot
Front lower A-arm ball joint grease: As needed
Fluid types (GM engines)
Engine oil: Mobil 1™ Synthetic 5-30
Transmission oil: Saturn Manual Transmission Lubricant
(The use of standard GL-4 lubricant is not recommended.)
Brake fluid: Dot 4
Clutch fluid: Dot 4
Fuel: Premium Unleaded
Cooling system: Dexcool (Dilute with water 50:50 if not pre-diluted)
Supercharger after cooler coolant: Dexcool
Front lower A-arm ball joint grease: High quality bearing/suspension grease
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FLUID LEVELS & TYPES FOR ATOMS WITH HONDA ENGINES
Fluid levels (Honda engines)
Engine oil capacity: 5.5 quarts (5.20 L)
Transmission oil capacity: 64 oz/2.1 quarts (189 grams/1.99 L)
Brake fluid reservoir capacity: Fill to the indicated capacity line on the reservoir
Fuel tank capacity: 9.7 gallons (36.7 L)
Cooling system capacity: 2.75 gallons (10.395 L)
Front lower A-arm ball joint grease: As needed
Fluid types (Honda engines)
Engine oil: 5-30 Conventional oil
Transmission oil: Honda/Acura Manual Transmission Fluid
Brake fluid: Dot 4
Clutch fluid: Dot 4
Fuel: Premium Unleaded
Cooling system: Acura/Honda Anti Freeze Coolant Type 2 (only available premixed)
Front lower A-arm ball joint grease: High quality bearing/suspension grease
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GM ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK/FILL LOCATIONS
For Atoms with GM engines, the dipstick is located just forward of the right rear wheel.
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HONDA ENGINE OIL FILL LOCATIONS
For Atoms with Honda engines, it may be necessary to unbolt the coolant reservoir to access the oil filler.
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DIP STICK INDICATOR FOR HONDA ENGINES
Due to the Honda engine’s tilted positioning, the dip stick for the oil tank was modified. There are customized
holes drilled in the dip stick at 1/2 in. (12.7 mm) and at 1 in. (25.4 mm) for your point of reference.
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ADDING & CHANGING ENGINE COOLANT
The engine coolant tank is located above the engine in the center of the engine compartment, under the air
intake cover.
WARNING: the system is pressurized at up to 15 PSI, and can cause severe burns! Only open the cap
when the engine is at ambient temperature and there is no pressure in the cooling hoses.
At the factory we use a vacuum device to pull the coolant through the system, then a coolant pressurizing
system to apply 15 PSI to it. By the time this is done, there are virtually no air bubbles left in the system. You
will have to bleed the system very carefully using the following procedures:
1. Refer to the Fluid Levels & Types section on pages 35 & 36 for your engine’s specifications. Dilute coolant
50:50 coolant to water if the product comes un-diluted.
2. Carefully remove the 1/8 in. bronze pipe plug located at the top of the radiator. NOTE: if coolant rushes
out of this fitting, the engine may not need bleeding.
3. Fill the coolant exchange tank over the engine until it will not hold any more coolant.
4. Start the engine and let it idle until the temperature at the thermostat housing reaches about 150 degrees.
5. Check the radiator by touch to ensure it is warm. If it is not warm, turn engine off and let set. Restart.
6. Shut down the engine.
NOTE: The coolant temperature indicator on the SPA dash is not reliable until the system is completely bled,
so do not depend on it for accurate readings yet.
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ADDING & CHANGING ENGINE COOLANT CONTINUED
7. Once the engine has been shut down, squeeze the coolant hose above the transaxle repeatedly for a while
and watch for air bubbles to enter the coolant exchange tank.
8. Add more coolant as you are able to coax air bubbles out of the coolant hose.
9. Repeat this startup / shutdown procedure as many times as necessary until the bubbles cease, and the
upper hose is hot to the touch.
At some point in this process, the engine will “burp”, and the coolant gauge will begin to read properly. When
you are certain that this has occurred:
10. Release the pressure VERY SLOWLY at the tank.
11. Fill the tank again to the center seam level.
12. Check the copper air bleed fitting at the radiator to be sure the radiator is full.
13. Tighten everything up.
14. Run the engine until the fan turns on, off, then on again.
15. Switch off engine and allow it to cool completely.
16. Fill the tank to its proper level for the last time.
For vehicles with GM engines, the aftercooler fill location is accessed by moving the seats to their forward most
position. In the center of the engine bulkhead is a triangular cover secured by Philips head screws. Removing
these screws reveals a semi-transparent port with a threaded cap.
NOTE: Honda engines do not require an aftercooler coolant.
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42
TRANSMISSION OIL
GM Engines
The transaxle fill/level indicator plug for the GM engine is on the left side of the car, just behind the axle. Due to
the angle of the engine/transaxle assembly, the proper fluid level of the transaxle is about 1 in. (25.4 mm)
below the level indicator plug. The drain fitting is identical to the fill plug and is located below the left axle. Both
plugs require the use of an 8mm hex wrench to remove or install.
Honda Engines
The transaxle fill/level indicator plug for the Honda engine is on the left side of the car, just behind the axle.
Due to the angle of the engine/transaxle assembly, the proper fluid level of the transaxle is approximately
1 in. (25.4 mm) below the level indicator plug. The drain plug is located below the left axle. Use a 17mm
wrench to remove the fill plug, and use a 3/8 in. square drive to remove the drain plug.
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BODY PANEL REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
The rear wing, snorkel cover, and bonnet are all retained with quick-release fasteners. The fasteners are the
same size and grip length, and there may or may not be rubber washers under them. Use of washers is
dependent on best fit, so be sure that the same fasteners and washers are reinstalled in the same location. To
release the fasteners, pull the handle out and rotate the fastener one quarter turn counter-clockwise, then pull
out gently. Some of the washers come with a retainer and some do not. For washers that are not retained, be
sure to collect the washers as they are released from the fasteners. To reinstall fasteners that are not retained,
insert the fastener into the hole, and then turn clockwise until it engages. At this point, turn the fastener an
additional one quarter turn to seat it and fold the handle down flush with the body. The bonnet is retained by
three fasteners, one of which is hidden on the lower surface at the front of the vehicle.
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AIR FILTER REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
For vehicles with Honda engines, or GM engines with corrugated intakes, follow these directions:
To service the K&N air filter, the rear airbox cover must be removed. Remove the four 1/4 turn fasteners
holding the airbox cover to the engine cover and remove the body panel. Remove the three fasteners securing
the intake snorkel assembly, and you will find the air filter under it. The intake snorkel should rotate forward
within the roll bar to allow you access to the filter. Reverse this procedure to reinstall the air filter noting that the
K&N only fits in the snorkel one way.
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AIR FILTER REMOVAL & INSTALLATION (PLASTIC INTAKE)
If your car is equipped with a GM engine that was purchased after November 2006, it may have a plastic intake
and require one additional step for removal.
Follow the previous instructions, and then remove the air filter retaining clip after the snorkel is removed. This
step will not require any tools.
NOTE: The Filtercharger® element must be cleaned and serviced with K&N cleaner and air filter oil per the
prescribed routine maintenance procedures as outlined in the product literature that accompanies the
Filtercharger®. For additional information, refer to the K&N “Helpful Hints” document in your Owner’s Packet.
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SUSPENSION ADJUSTMENTS
Suspension Settings
Setting
Ride Height
Front
133.35 mm (5.25 in.) from lowest
part of A-arm pivot
Rear
106.35 mm (4.1875 in.) from bottom center of rear
most chassis tube under transmission
Camber
-1 degree
-1 degree 15 mins
Toe
1 mm (.040 in.) toe out each side
1.5 mm (.059 in.) toe out each side
Tire Pressure
18 PSI, 12 PSI minimum
20 PSI, 12 PSI minimum
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A-ARM ADJUSTMENT
A-Arm adjustments are made with the double threaded "adjustment thimbles" (see photograph) which are
located on both the front and rear upper A-arms for use in adjusting wheel camber. The same mechanism can
be found at the rear lower A-arm for toe adjustment. The adjustment thimbles are secured with lock nuts which
must be re-tightened after any adjustments are made. The vehicle must be re-aligned after any camber
adjustment is made.
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VEHICLE RIDE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
If the vehicle ride height must be adjusted, you must use the spring platform/perch on the shock body instead
of the suspension pushrod. This is also the proper method for adjusting corner weighting during suspension
set-up. Adjusting ride height with the pushrod will negatively affect your vehicle's suspension and bellcrank
geometry.
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DAMPER ADJUSTMENT
Your Ariel Atom comes with one of three damper options: (1) Rebound Adjustable, (2) Compression/Rebound
Adjustable, or (3) Compression/Rebound Dial Adjustable. Your vehicle will arrive to you with dampers set and
vehicle corner weighted from the factory. Adjusting the suspension will require you to re-corner weight the
vehicle and should only be done for fine-tuning or personal driving preferences.
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SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
Your Atom comes with one of the following seating options:
Individual Seats
Individual seats are adjusted by a lever under the seat which allows the seat to move to the desired location.
Bench Seats
The bench seat is bolted to the frame with four bolts. There are four different seat locations. To remove the
bench seat, you will need a ratchet with either a 9/16 in. socket or a 5/16 in. Allen socket. Be sure the flat
washer is in place on the bolts before tightening so you do not damage the bench seat.
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TOW POINTS
The tow hooks are designed for track use only. If your car came equipped with tow hooks, they are the
recommended points to tow the vehicle. They should not be used as tie-down points, or to lift the vehicle.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES
The following schedules describe the maintenance required for your Atom. Your vehicle is dependent on these
services to retain its safety and dependability. Refer to the Fluid Level/Fluid Type sections on pages 35-36
and the Replacement Part sections on pages 59-62 for quantities and product types. Refer to the specific
component sections for locations, descriptions and/or accessing instructions.
Schedule I: General Reference
Refer to this schedule as an overall guide for performing specific operations at specific mileage intervals.
Schedule II: Before Every Track Event
Follow the steps in this schedule before every track event. Follow this schedule in conjunction with the other
schedules.
Schedule III: Initial 50 Miles (80 km)
Follow the steps in this schedule immediately following the initial 50 miles (80 km) of driving your vehicle.
Schedule IV: Initial 300 Miles (480 km)
Follow the steps in this schedule immediately following the initial 300 miles (480 km) of driving your vehicle.
Schedule V: Every 1,000 Miles (1,600 km)
Refer to this schedule at every 1,000 mile (1,600 km) interval of driving your vehicle. Follow this schedule in
conjunction with schedules I & II.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE FOR THE ARIEL ATOM 2
SCHEDULE I: GENERAL REFERENCE
Component
Engine Oil
Engine Oil Filter
Engine Coolant
Supercharger
Aftercooler Coolant
Air Filter
Spark Plugs
Transmission Fluid
Brake Fluid
Brake Rotors
Brake Pads
Brake Hoses &
Lines
Fuel Lines &
Connections
Exhaust System
Tires
Wheels
Drive Belt
Rod Ends
Service/Operation
Check before every track event or every 1,000 miles (1,600 km). Change as necessary.
Replace during every oil change.
Check before every track event. Replace every 30,000 miles (48,000 km).
Check before every track event. Replace every 30,000 miles (48,000 km).
Check before every track event. Clean and oil every 5,000 miles (8,000 km). The Filtercharger®
element must be cleaned and serviced with K&N cleaner and air filter oil per the prescribed routine
maintenance procedures as outlined in the product literature that accompanies the Filtercharger®.
Inspect before every track event and change if necessary.
Inspect for leaks before every track event; change every 10,000 miles (16,000 km).
Inspect levels, condition, and any leakage before every track event.
Replace when thickness decreases to 19mm, when pulsation is noted, or if cracking or other physical
damage is found during inspection. Refer to the brake bedding procedures on page12.
Inspect for pad damage, thickness issues or deterioration before every event. Replace brake pads
when brake rotors are replaced. Refer to the brake bedding procedures on page12.
Inspect brake lines for rubbing, scraping, or any damage.
Inspect lines for rubbing or scraping before every track event.
Use a wrench to inspect flange bolts for tightness every 5,000 miles (8,000 km), check gaskets at
this time.
Inspect tires for proper pressure and tread wear before and after every track event.
Check wheel nut torque after the first 50 miles (80 km) of operation and before every track event
thereafter. Ensure lug nut torque is 80 ft-lbs.
Check belt for cracking or abnormal wear every 3,000 miles (4,800 km).
Inspect rods ends on Push Rods, Steering Rods, and A-Arms for any signs of fatiguing or wear,
replace if parts appear worn. Verify that all check nuts are tight on all rod ends.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE FOR THE ARIEL ATOM 2
SCHEDULE II: BEFORE EVERY TRACK EVENT
Component
Engine Oil
Engine Oil Filter
Engine Coolant
Supercharger
Aftercooler Coolant
Air Filter
Spark Plugs
Transmission Fluid
Brake Fluid
Brake Rotors
Brake Pads
Brake Hoses &
Lines
Fuel Lines &
Connections
Exhaust System
Tires
Wheels
Drive Belt
Rod Ends
Service/Operation
Check before every track event. Change as necessary.
Replace during every oil change.
Check before every track event.
Check before every track event.
Check before every track event.
Inspect before every track event and change if necessary.
Inspect for leaks before every track event.
Inspect levels, condition, and any leakage before every track event.
Refer to the Brake Bedding Procedures on page12. Inspect and replace when thickness decreases
to 19mm, when pulsation is noted, or if cracking or other physical damage is found during inspection.
Inspect for pad damage, thickness issues or deterioration. Replace brake pads when brake rotors
are replaced. Refer to the brake bedding procedures on page12.
Inspect brake lines for rubbing, scraping, or any damage.
Inspect lines for rubbing or scraping before every track event.
Visually inspect exhaust flange bolts for tightness and/or damage.
Inspect tires for proper pressure and tread wear before and after every track event.
Ensure lug nut torque is 80 ft-lbs.
Check for abnormal wear.
Inspect rods ends on Push Rods, Steering Rods, and A-Arms for any signs of fatiguing or wear,
replace if parts appear worn. Verify that all check nuts are tight on all rod ends.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE FOR THE ARIEL ATOM 2
SCHEDULE III: INITIAL 50 MILES (80 KM)
Component
Engine Oil
Engine Oil Filter
Engine Coolant
Supercharger
Aftercooler Coolant
Air Filter
Spark Plugs
Transmission Fluid
Brake Fluid
Brake Rotors
Brake Pads
Brake Hoses &
Lines
Fuel Lines &
Connections
Exhaust System
Tires
Wheels
Drive Belt
Rod Ends
Service/Operation
Check and fill as necessary.
No service required.
Check and fill as necessary.
Check and fill as necessary.
No service required.
No service required.
No service required.
Check level. Fill as necessary.
Refer to the brake bedding procedures on page12.
Refer to the brake bedding procedures on page12.
Inspect brake lines for rubbing, scraping, or any damage.
Inspect for damage.
Visually inspect exhaust flange bolts for tightness and/or damage, check gaskets visually to ensure
they have not developed a leak.
Inspect for any unusual tread wear.
Ensure lug nut torque is 80 ft-lbs.
Check for abnormal wear.
Inspect rods ends on Push Rods, Steering Rods, and A-Arms for any signs of fatiguing or wear,
replace if parts appear worn. Verify that all check nuts are tight on all rod ends. We recommend
replacement of all suspension rod ends at 3000mi or sooner based upon driving habits.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE FOR THE ARIEL ATOM 2
SCHEDULE IV: INITIAL 300 MILES (480 KM)
Component
Engine Oil
Engine Filter
Engine Coolant
Supercharger
Aftercooler Coolant
Air Filter
Spark Plugs
Transmission Fluid
Brake Fluid
Brake Rotors
Brake Pads
Brake Hoses &
Lines
Fuel Lines &
Connections
Exhaust System
Tires
Wheels
Drive Belt
Rod Ends
Service/Operation
Check and fill as necessary.
No service required.
Check and fill as necessary.
Check and fill as necessary.
No service required.
Inspect before every track event and change if necessary.
No service required.
Check level; fill as required.
Inspect and replace when thickness decreases to 19mm, when pulsation is noted, or if cracking or
other physical damage is found during inspection.
Inspect for pad damage, thickness issues or deterioration. Replace brake pads when brake rotors
are replaced.
Inspect brake lines for rubbing, scraping, or any damage.
Inspect for damage.
Visually inspect exhaust flange bolts for tightness and/or damage, check gaskets visually to ensure
they have not developed a leak.
Inspect for any unusual tread wear.
Ensure lug nut torque is 80 ft-lbs.
Check for abnormal wear.
Inspect rods ends on Push Rods, Steering Rods, and A-Arms for any signs of fatiguing or wear,
replace if parts appear worn. Verify that all check nuts are tight on all rod ends. We recommend
replacement of all suspension rod ends at 3000mi or sooner based upon driving habits.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE FOR THE ARIEL ATOM 2
SCHEDULE V: EVERY 1000 MILES (1600 KM)
Component
Engine Oil
Engine Oil Filter
Engine Coolant
Supercharger
Aftercooler Coolant
Air Filter
Spark Plugs
Transmission Fluid
Brake Fluid
Brake Rotors
Brake Pads
Brake Hoses &
Lines
Fuel Lines &
Connections
Exhaust System
Tires
Wheels
Drive Belt
Rod Ends
Service/Operation
Check before every track event or every 1,000 miles (1,600 km). Change as necessary.
Replace during every oil change.
Check before every event. Replace every 30,000 miles (48,000 km).
Check before every event. Replace every 30,000 miles (48,000 km).
Clean and oil every 5,000 miles (8,000 km)
Inspect before every track event and change if necessary.
Change every 10,000 miles (16,000 km).
Check level. Fill as needed.
Inspect and replace when thickness decreases to 19mm, when pulsation is noted, or if cracking or
other physical damage is found during inspection.
Inspect for pad damage, thickness issues or deterioration. Replace brake pads when brake rotors
are replaced.
Inspect brake lines for rubbing, scraping, or any damage.
Inspect for damage.
Visually inspect exhaust flange bolts for tightness and/or damage. Use a wrench to inspect flange
bolts for tightness every 5,000 miles (8,000 km), check gaskets visually to ensure they have not
developed a leak.
Inspect for any unusual tread wear.
Ensure lug nut torque is 80 ft-lbs.
Check for abnormal wear.
Inspect rods ends on Push Rods, Steering Rods, and A-Arms for any signs of fatiguing or wear,
replace if parts appear worn. Verify that all check nuts are tight on all rod ends. We recommend
replacement of all suspension rod ends at 3000mi or sooner based upon driving habits.
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REPLACEMENT PART INFORMATION FOR
VEHICLES WITH GM ENGINES
PART
Battery
All Vehicles
O2 Sensor
GM
Air Filter
GM Corrugated
intake
Air Filter
GM Plastic Intake
Fuel Filter
GM
Oil Filter
GM
Spark Plugs
GM
Headlight Bulbs
All Vehicles
BRAMMO PART #
MFR. PART #
AA-PP-036
Braille Auto B20145
AA-GM-069
AC Delco 213-3138
GM 12578576
AA-PP-136
K&N 33-2282
AA-PP-337
K&N 33-2340
AA-PP-083
GM 22734980
AA-GM-006
GM 12580254
Dry Cell - Sealed
2004-2007 Suzuki Aerio
LTR5GP NGK PK16PR-P11 ND
LTR51X-11 NGK
PT16VR13 ND
(or equivalent)
None
AA-PP-121
TYPE
H4
H4
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REPLACEMENT PART INFORMATION FOR
VEHICLES WITH GM ENGINES (CONTINUED)
PART
Engine Serpentine Belt
GM
Base & Stage 1
Engine Serpentine Belt
GM
Stages
2&3
Dampers
Base Front
Base Rear
Mid Level Front
Mid Level Rear
Race Front
Race Rear
Small 1/4-turn
fasteners
Large 1/4-turn
fasteners
Exhaust Gasket
All Vehicles
Rod Ends
All Vehicles
BRAMMO PART #
MFR. PART #
AA-GM-065
NAPA/Gates
25-060512
(20mm x 1315mm)
AA-GM-066
NAPA/Gates
25-060505
(20mm x 1295mm)
AA-PP-153
AA-PP-232
AA-PP-178
AA-PP-233
AA-PP-154
AA-PP-234
KONI
30 BRM1 SP-8
30 SP8 BRM2
3012 BRM1 B16
3012 BRM2
2812 BRM1
2812 BRM2
TYPE
Rebound Adjustable
Rebound Adjustable
Double Adjustment
Double Adjustment
Double External Adjustment
Double External Adjustment
AA-HX-002
AA-HX-003
AA-PP-081
NAPA F7135
AA-PP-316
AA-PP-317
AA-PP-318
Aurora Bearing AM-6T
Aurora Bearing AB-6T
Aurora Bearing AB-10T
3/8-24 Rod End, Right Hand
3/8-24 Rod End, Left Hand
5/8-18 Rod End, Left Hand
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REPLACEMENT PART INFORMATION FOR
VEHICLES WITH HONDA ENGINES
NOTE: Honda and Acura parts are both made by the American Honda Motor Company. Honda parts end with a number; Acura part
numbers end with a letter. The products are interchangeable
PART
Battery
All Vehicles
02 Sensor
Honda
Air Filter
Honda
Fuel Filter
Honda
Oil Filter
Honda
Spark Plugs
Honda
Headlight Bulbs
All Vehicles
Engine Serpentine Belt
Honda
Non-Supercharged
Engine Serpentine Belt
Honda
Supercharged
BRAMMO PART #
MFR. PART #
TYPE
AA-PP-036
Braille Auto B20145
Dry Cell - Sealed
AA-HN-014
36531-PRB-A01
AA-PP-136
K&N 33-2282
AA-PP-083
GM 22734980
None
15400-PLMA02
None
IK 20
Denso Iridium
AA-PP-121
BP 1260 / H4
H4
AA-HN-016
60495
Gates
AA-HN-018
60478
Gates
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REPLACEMENT PART INFORMATION FOR
VEHICLES WITH HONDA ENGINES (CONTINUED)
PART
Dampers
Base Front
Base Rear
Mid Lvl Front
Mid Lvl Rear
Race Front
Race Rear
Small 1/4-turn
fasteners
Large 1/4-turn
fasteners
Exhaust Gasket
All Vehicles
Rod Ends
All Vehicles
BRAMMO PART #
MFR. PART #
TYPE
AA-PP-153
AA-PP-232
AA-PP-178
AA-PP-233
AA-PP-154
AA-PP-234
KONI
30 BRM1 SP-8
30 SP8 BRM2
3012 BRM1 B16
3012 BRM2
2812 BRM1
2812 BRM2
Rebound Adjustable
Rebound Adjustable
Double Adjustment
Double Adjustment
Double External Adjustment
Double External Adjustment
AA-HX-002
AA-HX-003
AA-PP-081
NAPA F7135
AA-PP-316
AA-PP-317
AA-PP-318
Aurora Bearing AM-6T
Aurora Bearing AB-6T
Aurora Bearing AB-10T
3/8-24 Rod End, Right Hand
3/8-24 Rod End, Left Hand
5/8-18 Rod End, Left Hand
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BRAKE PAD OPTIONS
Base Brake Package Parts
PART
DESCRIPTION
PBR 54mm floating front
caliper (left)
PBR 54mm floating front
caliper (right)
PBR 40.5mm floating
rear caliper w/ e-brake
(left)
PBR 40.5mm floating
rear caliper w/ e-brake
(right)
Single piece ventilated
10.3 rotor (262 x 21mm)
BRAMMO PART
#
AA-BK-002
AA-BK-003
MANUFACTURER AND
MFR. PART #
PBR
BCB843199PL
PBR
BCB843200PL
QTY.
1
1
AA-BK-004
PBR
BCB821020PL
1
AA-BK-005
PBR
BCB821019PL
1
AA-BK-006
Front pads
AA-BK-008
Organic rear brake pads
for 1993-1997 Chevrolet
Camaro
AA-BK-055
Galfer
SKU#A24255VF
PBR
SS-7662X
NAPA
SS-7301-M
4
1
1
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Sport Brake Package Parts
PART
DESCRIPTION
Wilwood 4 x 35.1mm
Dynalite caliper (L & R)
PBR 40.5mm floating
rear caliper/parking
brake (left)
PBR 40.5mm floating
rear caliper/parking
brake (right)
Single piece ventilated
10.3 front rotor (262 x
21mm)
Front pads-Type 7112 Q
(street compound-4
pads)
Organic rear brake pads
for 1993-1997 Chevrolet
Camaro
BRAMMO PART
#
MANUFACTURER AND
MFR. PART #
QTY.
AA-BK-010
Wilwood
120-6806-R/L
2
AA-BK-004
PBR
BCB821020PL
1
AA-BK-005
PBR
BCB821019PL
1
AA-BK-006
Galfer
SKU#A24255VF
4
AA-BK-015
Wilwood
15Q-6824K
1
AA-BK-055
NAPA
SS-7301-M
1
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Track Brake Package Parts
PART
DESCRIPTION
Mr. Parker parking brake
caliper
Mr. Parker parking brake
pads (4 pads)
Aluminum Rotor Hat
Front and Rear
Wilwood 4x 35.1mm
Dynalite caliper (L & R)
Wilwood two-piece
vented & slotted rotor
(right) 279.4x20.6mm
Wilwood two-piece
vented & slotted rotor,
left (279.4 x 20.6mm)
Pads, Type 7112 BP-20
(medium-high
compound-4 pads)
BRAMMO PART
#
AA-BK-019
AA-BK-035
MANUFACTURER AND
MFR. PART #
Revolution Brake
Mr. Parker
Wilwood
150-8937K/6823K
AA-UP-044-1
QTY.
2
1
4
AA-BK-010
Wilwood
120-6806-R/L
4
AA-BK-054
Wilwood
160-5840-SR
2
AA-BK-057
Wilwood
160-5840-SL
2
AA-BK-056
Wilwood
150-9413K
2
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Race Brake Package Parts
PART
DESCRIPTION
Alcon 4x34.9 mm fixed
racing caliper (left)
Alcon 4x34.9 fixed
racing caliper (right)
Mr. Parker parking brake
caliper
Front pads set (4 pads)
Mr. Parker brake pads (4
pads)
Front Aluminum Rotor
Hat
Rear Aluminum Rotor
Hat
Wilwood two-piece
vented & slotted rotor,
right (279.4 x 20.6mm)
Wilwood two-piece
vented & slotted rotor,
left (279.4 x 20.6mm)
BRAMMO PART
#
AA-BK-036
AA-BK-026
AA-BK-019
AA-BK-033
AA-BK-035
MANUFACTURER AND
MFR. PART #
Alcon
CAR3653D01ASLL
Alcon
CAR3653D01ASRL
Revolution Brake
Mr. Parker
Alcon
PNP4436X502.4
Wilwood
150-8937K
QTY.
2
2
2
2
1
AA-UP-044-1
2
AA-UP-060
2
AA-BK-054
Wilwood
160-5840-SR
2
AA-BK-057
Wilwood
160-5840-SL
2
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Ariel Atom Standard Paint Codes
COLOR
DESCRIPTION
Brammo Silver Chassis
(Touch Up Paint Color)
Flat Black found on
Suspension Components
Brammo Black Body
Panels
Brammo Blue Body
Panels
Brammo Green Body
Panels
Brammo Orange Body
Panels
Brammo Red Body Panels
Brammo Yellow Body
Panels
MFG
PART NUMBER
Valspar
3335324 GM 12/9301 1984-1986
Duplicolor
DA1603 Semi-Gloss Black
BASF
Diamont Black D403
Valspar
Universal Intermix, Color Base 33L1807 converted from No. 840
TBD
Valspar
333A4632
Glasurit 55
SRO40-50 Stock No. 577980
Valspar
333Y1129L
Custom Chassis Color
Custom Body Panel Color
67
SERVICE NOTES
Date
Odometer
Reading
Serviced By
Maintenance
Performed
Observations
68
SERVICE NOTES
Date
Odometer
Reading
Serviced By
Maintenance
Performed
Observations
69
SERVICE NOTES
Date
Odometer
Reading
Serviced By
Maintenance
Performed
Observations
70
TRACK NOTES
Date
Location
Temperature Tire Pressure Suspension
Settings
Observations
71
TRACK NOTES
Date
Location
Temperature Tire Pressure Suspension
Settings
Observations
72
TRACK NOTES
Date
Location
Temperature Tire Pressure Suspension
Settings
Observations
73
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