Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak

El famoso Suzuki Escudo de 985 cv que sale en el videojuego Gran Turismo.

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gran turismo escudo (1178.2km/h a 2147483647km/h) real speed
gran turismo 3 velocidad en circuito velocidad (1178.2km/h) máxima velocidad: (2147483647km/h) no es un numero de telefono es la velocidad del suzuki escudo Poner un escudo a mas de 1000 por hora: Requisitos: Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak version 80000 cr extra para el turbo 4 En el menu de configuracion que esta en la prueba maxima de velocidad poner: Relacion carga: 4kg/mm Ajuste altura: 75mm Amortiguador: todos al nivel 7 Angulo de caida: Delantero 2.0 y trasero 1.0 Angulo paso: 0 Estabilizador: Nivel 4 Ahora pasamos al ajuste de las marchas (es el panel ese en que salen todas las marchas incluida la Final), dejamos todo como esta excepto la Final que la ponemos a 2000 y lo de abajo al nivel 48. Y ahora a otros: Potencia en baja: Delantero:0,38 Trasero:1'08 Sistema activo de estabilidad: Nivel 0 Sistema de control de traccion: Nivel 0 Control de central diferencial variable: 10% Ahora lo probamos en lo de velocidad maxima, es mejor dar la vuelta a la salida y hacerlo al reves, asi coges mas velocidad.

1998 Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Nobuhiro Tajima
Fragment from 1998 Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak with Nobuhiro Tajima aka Monster Tajima doing his best

Fastest Pikes Peak Run Ever - Sébastien Loeb in 875HP Peugeot 208 T16
Subscribe to GTChannel: Sébastien Loeb​ demolished the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb​ record in 2013, setting a time of 8:13.878 in his Peugeot 208 T16, a purpose-built machine weighing just 1929 pounds with 875 horsepower. Pikes Peak Channel: Video Produced by Air Time Media -------------- If you create car videos, join the GTChannel network here: Like us on FB: Send us video ideas on Twitter: Instagram:

Climb - Pikes Peak Hill Climb with a Monster
Ride on the bumper of a screaming 910hp, Twin-turbo, All-wheel Drive, 150 mph Suzuki SX4 as it races up one of the world's most dangerous hills. An attempt by the "Monster" to break his own record of 10:01:41... COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (June 29, 2010) -- For the fifth consecutive time, Nobuhiro "Monster" Tajima combined experience, skill and Falken Tires to claim overall victory in the 88th running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. Although he did not set a new Pikes Peak record, one day before his 60th birthday, Tajima continues to hold the current overall record for reaching the peak, beating hill climb veterans Paul Dallenbach and Rhys Millen in the Unlimited Class. He drove his new 910-hp Monster Sport Suzuki SX4 Hill Climb Special on Falken WildPeak A/T tires, the powerful new line of all-terrain, all-season tires Falken launched this past April. Following Exhaustive tests in a Japanese wind tunnel facility, Monster's 2010 Pikes Peak race car underwent extensive aerodynamic changes to better adapt to the modified road surface on the race to the clouds, which assumed a smoother tarmac and less gravel than last year. Thinning air ascending the mountain robs most motors of their power by 30 or more percent, but the increase in horsepower over last year's race car helped push the driver forward.