1200 HP Grand National burnout, Cars Fishtailing & Accelerating
DtRockstar1 records a series of cars accelerating away very loudly. You'll see a 1,200 horsepower Buick Grand National doing a burnout, two Cadillac CTS-V cars, Corvettes, and a Porsche accelerating and fishtailing. Facebook - http://tinyurl.com/6385qw2 Blog - http://dtrockstar1.blogspot.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/DtRockstar1 Razzi: http://razzi.me/DtRockstar1/photos
1987 Buick Grand National Drag Racing Racelegal.com 9-7-2012
Friday night drag racing at qualcomm stadium drag race your ride on the 1/8 mile drag For the final year, 1987, Buick introduced the GNX at $29,900. Produced by McLaren Performance Technologies/ASC, Buick underrated the GNX at 276 hp (206 kW) and a very substantial 360 lb·ft (488 N·m) of torque. This was created to be the "Grand National to end all Grand Nationals." Changes made included a special Garrett T-3 turbocharger with a ceramic-impeller blowing through a more efficient and significantly larger capacity Intercooler with a "CERMATEL (Ceramic/Aluminum) coated" pipe connecting the Intercooler to the engine. A GNX specific EEPROM, low-restriction Exhaust with dual mufflers, reprogrammed turbo Hydramatic 200-4R transmission with a custom torque converter and transmission cooler, and unique differential cover/panhard bar included more of the performance modifications. Exterior styling changes include vents located on each front fender, 16 inch black mesh style wheels with VR-speed rated tires, and deletion of the hood and fender emblems. The interior changes of the GNX included a serial number on the dash plaque and a revised instrument cluster providing analog Stewart-Warner gauges, including an analog turbo Boost gauge. Performance was measured with a quarter mile time of 13.5 seconds at 102 mph (164 km/h) and a 0-60 mph (97 km/h) time of 4.7 seconds. GNX #001 is the 1986 prototype currently owned by Buick and sometimes makes appearances at car shows around the US. The GNX had a ladder bar that ran from the midsection of the car to the rear axle, so as to increase traction. This is also the reason why a GNX will actually lift the rear end up when the car is about to launch heavily.
Viper vs Grand National
Viper vs Grand National Novi2000 with fuel upgrades. Otherwise stock and on 20" Nitto INVO's and a 6 speed manual. street driven car Grand National. Built Motor, 67mm turbo, ET Streets, built/stalled 200R4
Buick Grand National vs. Supercharged Mustang Cobra
Buick Grand National vs. Mustang at Quaker City dragstrip.