701hp S2000 From Hell-Part1
701whp S2000 tuned and built by T1 Race Development. Car has bone stock
motor, tranny, and rear end.
***S2K never saw the 701whp in this video, highest hp was around 600whp
against the GSXR1000***
All you haters that think its not really pushing out 701whp heres the Dyno video...faggots
and the music is kanye west 808s and heartbreaks and linkin park, no more
685HP Nissan GTR INCREDIBLE exhaust revving and acceleration sounds! and Audi R8 V10
This amazing matte Grey Nissan GTR that is tuned by Kaizen tuning and
putting out about 685 horsepower was at Cars and
Coffee at BMW of Sudbury on April 9, 2011. The very nice owner gave me some
loud and great sounding revs before taking off into an amazing sounding
acceleration! This car had a ton of carbon fiber parts that really made it
stand out from other GTR's that i have seen! I especially liked the spoiler
that it had on. The blue Audi R8 V10 wasnt bad either ;) Leave a comment
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Best VTEC Sound - K20
The sound of that downshift at 0:45 is reason enough to be NA. The car is
an 8th Gen (06) Si with a stock K20 and open airbox.
In a world where true driving enthusiasts are a dying breed, peaky and
berserk NA engines like this are becoming scarce in favor of more "torquey"
engines with consequently diluted powerbands. Despite what you may have
heard, the only TRUE advantage of this torque-focused engine type is that
it lets you go reasonably fast even if you have no idea how to properly
extract top-end power from a manual performance car.
Its easy to say that your engine has 5 liters (or whatever) and therefore
doesn't NEED more than 6k. Fair enough, but you must be willing to make
that statement knowing that an 8k 5-liter would make 500 horsepower NA, completely
stock. Still in love with that low-end? Low-rpm NA engines sacrifice their
full performance potential for no reason other than to be easier and more
rewarding for a novice to drive.