Scot Reeves
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RE: Graham Robson "The Works Escorts in detail" 2
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Graham Robson "The Works Escorts in detail" Motorsport
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Something I've taken an interest in recently,  no flat front rs2000s ever left the Ford factory,  so the 2.0 badging is incorrect unfortunately. 

My theory is when somebody purchased an RS2 for rallying then they either removed the nose cone before it even started a Rally or stoved it and it was rebuilt using the standard Escort front wings .

The nosecone was a definite advantage in aero so would of been better suited to track use , the RS2 was actually more aerodynamic than mk3 Escort that replaced it.

One of the big Motoring mags did a test in the 80s , one flat front and one RS2 , both had the same 160bhp Pinto fitted for the test , 80-120 mph pull in 4th gear , the RS2 was 2.5 seconds quicker .