EVO's vs 240sx vs RX8 vs Honda Fit vs BMW M3 At Real Time Attack NJMP(spinout)
http://import2race.com Here's a exiting footage of 6 car angles of EVO's vs 240sx vs RX8 vs Honda Fit vs BMW M3 plus many more At Real Time Attack New Jersey Motorsport park and a (spinout) at the track. Sit back and take a look.
Nitrous LSx Mazda RX-7 vs E85 Big Turbo EVO on slicks!
EVO HAD CLUTCH ISSUES REMATCH COMING SOON!!
OutOfOrder EVO vs DNR Performance LSx RX-7
Shoutout to 3HeadedElephantS for the GoPro Footage! Checkout his channel
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Rotary Power - Mazda RX-8
The first version of the RX-8, the SE3P, produced from model years 2003 to
2008, is powered by the "RENESIS" 13B-MSP (multi side port) Wankel rotary
engine displacing 1.3 litres (twin 654 cc rotors) which, when coupled with
a six-speed manual transmission, will typically produce 237 hp (177 kW) at
8,200 rpm and 211 Nm (ECE) of torque at 5,500 rpm. The multi side port
engine improves on fuel efficiency and emissions over the RX-7's engine
The RX-8 is available in various models in different markets around the
world. Standard models include:
6-speed manual "High Power" with an output of between 170 kW (231 hp) and
184 kW (247 hp) (250 PS) and a 9,000 rpm redline.
5-speed manual "Standard Power" tuned to 141 kW (192 hp) with the redline
reduced to 7,500 rpm.
4-speed automatic tuned to 141 kW (189 hp) in some markets, while the U.S.
automatic is stated to deliver 197 SAE net hp (158 kW).
6-speed automatic (available in the U.S. market as of 2006) developing 212
hp (158 kW) and 159 lb·ft (216 N·m) of torque with a redline at 7,500
RX-8 vs. 500 HP BMW M5 at VIR. Mazda RX-8 wins.
Second session on Saturday, June 14, 2008. Finally let me pass after 1-3/4
laps. Both the BMW driver and I are advanced, high-performance driving
The RX-8 is completely stock except for a B&B muffler and Hawk HP Plus pads
on the front. It does not have traction control or stability control.
Tires are original stock street Potenzas. No doubt the M5 is stock too,
and this has more to do with weight than horsepower.
Camera is a Creative Labs Vado cheapcorder stuck to the windshield with a
suction cup cellphone holder. Video was recorded upside-down due to the
mount, and was transcoded to rotate it. Quality suffered.