Official MEV Rocket Self Built
MEV Rocket Ford Focus 1.8 or 2.0 Zetec Engine

Rocket Ford

This Rocket option uses Ford-sourced donor parts, within its own tubular space-frame chassis and double-wishbone suspension, The Ford focus serves perfectly as a donor, and is readily available worldwide with sales of over 900,000 cars. The kit utilises the Ford Focus 1.8 or 2.0 Zetec (Mk1, Mk2, Mk2.5) from 1989 through to 2005 in either RHD or LHD.

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MEV Rocket - Rocket Toyota Engine

Rocket Toyota

The Toyota-based Rocket kit uses the unique design features of the current Ford based Rocket but utilises the Toyota ZZ2-GE power-plant of the Corolla (2000-2006) or the Celica gen7 (1999-2006) in either RHD or LHD which are both still readily available worldwide. Though only a 1.8, it has VVTL-I utilizing a dual camshaft profile system and features forged steel connecting rods. The high pressure cast aluminium alloy engine block has Metal Matrix Reinforced (MMC) cylinder walls; power output around 190bhp. The Corolla Compressor added a supercharger with intercooler to achieve 225 bhp (168 kW), while the Lotus Exige 240R's supercharger increases output to 240 bhp (179 kW)

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MEV Official Race Build

Rocket Race

Like with the MK1 Rocket, later this year we aim to produce a purpose built Race and Track Day Car based around the popular Rocket Road Car. The Rocket Race and Track Day Car carries forward the superbly engineered road chassis with a fully welded, integrated MSA spec Roll Cage. For the serious competitor additional stiffening braces and side intrusion bars can be added. The chassis will accept various engine, gearbox and differential configurations from Ford, Toyota, Honda and most Motor Cycles. The Rocket is very nimble and precise to drive, showing a good balance for either the road or track. The quality of the components makes the Rocket an ideal car for a first time builder or for a race engineer.

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Official Rocket Collage Build Option

College Build

We have found that building your own car from scratch is a popular choice and an ideal method to teach students interested in the automotive industry, including motorsport, It’s also a great opportunity for the students to gain practical experience and develop their knowledge and understanding of engineering in a practical application. We will be happy to assist with enquiries from any educational facility; from Schools, Colleges or Universities, worldwide.