The world's fastest G8 takes its twin Aerochargers to the Motorsports Ranch road course. Passed everyone except a Porsche Cayman S. All in all the four door Pontiac looked pretty good considering. The G8 is a well balance car, with good brakes and a power-adder Aerocharger. The only other upgrade for the track were Hawk brakes and DOT 4 fluid. At the drags or on a road course the Australian-built G8 did not embarrass itself.
Oztrack VE Twin Turbo L98 VE vs XY GT 426ci Ford
1st round of Australian Nationals Eliminations. The VE ran 1.97/11.68 its
top end speed of around 126mph allowed it to catch and pass the XY GT even
after he caught up a 0.55 margin in the 1st 330 feet. I dialled in 11.65
and ran 11.68, he ran 11.15 on a 11.10. More info at
2009 Pontiac G8 GT w/ APS Twin Turbos
Joe Phillips 2009 G8 GT with APS twin turbos. Customer installed twin turbo system and brought it to us for tuning.
This run made 520.4 HP/ 587.9 TQ. We made another pull with the same tune
this am to back up the numbers and made 538.0 HP / 610.2 TQ.
4Sale fastest street car ?? 2000 hp 1963 Pontiac LeMans
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NOT MY CAR!!! Just thought it was a cool video.
This beast sports a twin turbo 522cid
big block Chevy that screams out 1250hp on pump gas and a ridiculous 2000hp
on race gas! Ever go 0 to 150mph in 5 seconds -- Butch can. Butch and his
3700lb Pontiac cruise the local streets (with parachute, of course) and run
the quarter in 7 seconds. How many 70 year old men have the nuts to mash
the throttle on 2000hp? Not sure, but Butch sure does. The Pontiac was
transformed into this behemoth at Nelson Supercars.
FOR SALE - 1963 PONTAIC LEMANS STREET/STRIP WARRIOR
522 CUBIC INCH TWIN turbo, INJECTED,
INTERCOOLED, BIG BLOCK CHEVY MOTOR- MAKES 1250 HP ON PUMP GAS AND 2000 HP
ON RACE GAS! CHASSIS IS A FULL TUBE FRAME CERTIFIED FOR 7.50 ET, A1 turbo 400 TRANSMISSION, PERFORMANCE
DIFFERENTIAL, 9 INCH REAR END. FUEL SYSTEM- PRODUCT ENGINEERING DUAL STAGE
PUMP HARD LINED WITH BULK HEADS ALL THE WAY TO THE ENGINE, COOLING SYSTEM
-RON DAVIS RADIATOR AND AIR TO AIR Intercooler. COMES WITH SPARE RIMS AND
TIRES- 1 SET FOR STREET AND ONE FOR TRACK. THE CAR WAS JUST COMPLETELY
THIS IS THE FASTEST THING WITH CURRENT REGISTRATION YOUR GOING TO FIND!
OWNERS WIFE SAYS IT'S TOO FAST AND HE'S GOT TO GET RID OF IT - FIRST
$79.500.00 TAKES IT. OVER $50K IN THE NELSON RACING ENGINE ALONE.
Aerocharger Porsche 930 Turbo Track Testing Part 2
Aerocharger Porsche 911 turbo, the 930
upgraded with the Aerocharger turbo.
Part 2 continues on track verifying a 50% increase in power at 3,500 rpm.
With Self-Contained lubrication - no additional heat added to engine.
Greatly reducing turbo-Lag. This is
still in early stage testing but it is looking very promising. If the kit
becomes available it will be later in 2010. See Aerocharger.com for
Oztrack VE Twin Turbo at Sydney Dragway 2008
The Oztrack VE G8 Twin turbo was
finished on Thursday night and raced at WSID in the Australian Nationals.
It did a best of 11.68 and 125mph off a 1.97 60 footer, all at 1846kg
4070lb race weight with driver. http://www.oztrack.com.au
Pontiac G8 Drag Strip Run
Our Pedderised, ProCharged Corsa equipped G8 make 480 RWHP. The OE Wheels
and Tires are bit under size. Running at the strip with the traction
control on the car still rips loose on the up shifts -- even when I try to
moderate the throttle at the point of the up shift. Our best runs are 12.7
seconds -- even running with a light throttle. We will upgrade the tires
and wheels very soon and expect to run very low 12s with street tires.
CORSA Prototype Exhaust on a Supercharged Pontiac G8
This is a 3/4 throttle launch with traction control off. The car is
ProCharged making 473 RWHP. There are four people in the car and a trunnk
full of luggage.
CORSA will have complete systems avialable at retail later this year. They
will be refined and retuned to function with the AFM fuel saving
technology. We recorded a significant increase in RWHP when the engine was
retuned to the less restrictive CORSA Exhaust.
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