Mosler. 1800 HP from Nelson Supercars. 427 LSX Twin Turbo., See at Las Vegas Speedway
This 1800 HP car eats Lambos and Ferraris before breakfast. Look at this
awesome installation of this very powerfull motor that still runs on the
street. Follow the video through the details of the motor and see the car
in action. Go on a road trip from Las Vegas to Chatsworth, California.
This car is amazingly quite and reasonablely confortable. Its a race car
for the street. I want this car! More at http://nelsonracingengines.com.
Also go to http://VeritasMovieStudio.com.
WTF Truck?!?! Mid-Engine Twin Turbo S10
CRAZY looking pickup with a mid engine twin turbo big block Chevy motor in it, I've never seen
anything like it!
Twin 76mm turbos and a 580ci chevy
motor, still sorting the bugs out, should be into the 8's once it's running
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Naturally Aspirated 572 CI Impala By Nelson Racing Engines
Gorgeous and beautiful sounding Impala with a naturally aspirated 572 cubic
inch big block by Nelson Racing Engines mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.
750 HP & 730 Lb Tq daily driven streetcar.
www.nelsonracingengines.com for more vids by these guys.
New Mercedes Benz V8 biturbo engine
http://www.eurocarnews.com - Mercedes Benz AG - In the new V8,
Mercedes-Benz engineers achieved a high output from a lower displacement
primarily by using one turbocharger for
each bank of cylinders. The intake air is forced into the eight combustion
chambers at an overpressure of up to 0.9 bar, with the turbine blades
rotating at up to 190,000 rpm. The turbochargers and their hot gas ducting are
accommodated on the outsides of the cylinder heads. This enables the Intercooler module with its
air/water Intercooler and
charge-air distributor to be located inside the V of the engine -- a
solution which Mercedes-Benz engineers found to be advantageous following a
long series of tests. This is confirmed by the output and fuel consumption
figures achieved in practice.
The Mercedes-Benz engine designers configured the turbochargers to provide high torque even at low
engine speeds. Compared to the previous engine, the result is an increase
in torque at 2000 rpm by more than 45 percent. An outstanding 700 Nm is
available between 1600 and 4750 rpm. The driver therefore perceives no turbo lag, but experiences the same
pleasant and effortless performance from the new V8 as that delivered by a
mighty, naturally aspirated 7-litre engine.
The engine is based on a diecast aluminium crankcase with aluminium/silicon
cylinder liners. The developers adopted the basic and connecting rod
journal diameters from the preceding engine, while raising the piston
compression height for load reasons by just about 4 millimetres. By
reducing the lift and shortening the connecting rod by two millimetres, it
was possible to retain the interior height of the crankcase. Showing the
high efficiency of the turbocharged V8,
which is configured for premium petrol (RON 95), the compression ratio of
10.5:1 remains unchanged versus the naturally aspirated preceding engine.
2500 HP Revolution 4 Cam Small Block Nelson. From Nelson Racing Engines. Veritas Movie Studio.
This is the first of a number of new engines designs from Nelson Racing
Engines. NRE's Tom nelson explains the many unique features of this all
new Revolution Series of engines. Small block form factor, up to 500 CI,
ultra high performance and 32 valves ! This radical new engine is
breathtaking. For more detailed information, go to
http://nelsonracingengines.com and http://nelsonsupercars.com, as well as
http://nretv.com and http://VeritasMovieStudio.com.
Nelson Racing Engines SEMA 2008 V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - Nelson Racing Engines has been building
high-level turbo engines for over a
decade, and Tom Nelson and crew are not slowing down any time soon. Tom
took a few minutes at the 2008 SEMA show to bring us up to speed on their
new intake manifolds and their problem-solving asymmetric turbo housings. The turbo housings are one of those common sense ideas
that will really simplify installation of twin turbo systems.