bigger engine, lol. There are guys making 800+ horsepower out of D16Z6's (1.6 liters of Honda beef) and still have lots of room to go on boost. I think the best I've seen is a sleeved D16Z6, stock bore and stroke, with rods, pistons, milled head, port and polish, Bisi level X cam, some huge injectors, in the 800cc range, titanium valves and bisi springs, I forget what turbo he was running but it was pushing out 42PSI, dyno'd out at 814~ horsepower.
Let me see if I can dig up one of his earlier dyno vids, he's got a few of him building this car up and it just got progressively better.
You can always do more boost. You just have to prepare your
anusblock for it, and use a good gasket/stud combo.
I'm off topic enough as it is now. All I was trying to say is that 'no replacement for displacement' still has meaning at the limit of boost not that boost isn't one of the best cost/HP ways to improve performance.
only solution is turbodiesel
Displacement is always better, yeah. But having the displacement with the lighter weight of smaller displacement and the same power is going to be a tank. smaller displacement forced induction will always outperform larger displacement forced induction when both are used in a car of the right weight and the right amount of grip. It's all a power-to-weight thing.
Having a bigger engine is like a dick swinging contest, you guys might have the biggest but in the end that is still one gay ass contest. I'll keep it in my pants.
Also turbo diesel is the shit, it's too bad they don't rev as high as petrol engines. If they did I would have switched to tractor gas years ago and never looked back.
Until then, I still love my exploding dinosaur juice. Have fun with your 4000 RPMs, I'll just chill up here at 8-9k.
Ron, the burgundy 1996 Crown Victoria
4.6L V8, baby's got rumble. People actually slow down on the highway when I pass them because he's a copcar.
Yeah i'm not worried about doors. Once i find a fucking job, the first paycheck is devoted to getting brand new ones.
Ldesu, thats not you in your avatar, is it?
I can literally, make a whole new truck from that website (I just searched up 'body' as an example of stuff you can get.
http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/cb/full.aspx?Page=22 matter of fact, this just happens to be all the parts i need.
BMW did Rhinoplasty on that car and gave it smaller nostrils.
My camera broke but this is pretty much the same except thing as my car except I have the chrome pontiac rims that came with it.
Love this car though I have the GTP Comp G supercharged. So fun to drive.
That looks awesome :buddy:
I actually do like Grand Prix's, probably one of the better built GM products.
I'm getting a '77 Oldsmobile. I'll show you guys when it actually gets here.
Thought you guys would enjoy this.
It's my truck.
yeah fuck you dont let me in on the bro'ness
got any videos driving it? I want to see how much a supercharger effects something like that
Ford Sierra 90'
So I drive one of these most of the time:
It's a Dodge Durango. We call it the "Red Hot One-Hundred" because it's Red, Hot as fuck (no air) and only gets one hundred miles before needing gas again! (not literally)
However, a lot of the time I get to drive this:
A Mitsubishi Eclipse! God I love this car so much.
This is my baby. Might be a million of them, But eh. Still love it.
My current on-going project, 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GT
I know, the brakes looks like shit, but the new one are in my room and ready to install.
Also current engine look.
oh shit my engine only has 3100 horsepower, forgot they made a 3800 horsepower one too