2012 SEMA: 602whp 2013 Hyundai Elantra GT Bisimoto Concept

Bisimoto Engineering is a premier motorsports, and automotive high performance technology and manufacturing firm. Founded in 1994, Bisimoto's tentacles encompass the highly competitive sport compact market, and the prestigious European makes and models. The team of engineers and dedicated enthusiasts continue to strive for excellence, resulting in multiple racing world records, magnificent vehicle builds, and partnerships with major OE auto manufacturers, such as Hyundai. The scope of Bisimoto Engineering includes, but not limited to, automotive research and development, high performance parts sales, focus marketing, full race chassis design and prep, failure analysis, performance prototyping, vehicle restoration, dynamometer tuning, training and racing technology consultation. With no fear of the unknown, Bisimoto is always on the cutting edge of automotive technology. The new Hyundai Elantra GT was no exception, as it was a firm goal to retain the reliability that Hyundai is known for, while strengthening the 1800cc "NU" powerplant for enormous power output. With dual cam control, a unique and efficient engine intake port configuration, impressive crankcase rod ratio and European influenced body lines, the new Elantra GT was the perfect candidate for Bisimoto. After hundreds of hours of testing, failure analysis and prototyping, Nineteen (19) new products were developed in house to make this 600+ wheel horsepower Elantra GT a reality, with emphasis on reliability. Connecting rods, turbocharger system, performance electronics, suspension components, fail-safe protocols, valvetrain, drive by wire and CAN-BUS systems...all new and unique to this automotive masterpiece. Team Bisimoto is extremely proud to partner with Hyundai, and this Elantra GT is a mere sampling of what is in store for the automotive community from the Bisimoto/Hyundai stable in years to come.

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Bisimoto Tuning of 602whp 2013 Hyundai Elantra GT
This is a vid of a Bisimoto fully built 2013 Elantra GT. Using an AEM series 2 EMS, with GE sleeved block, Arias 9:1 pistons, drive by wire throttle, AEM water methanol kit, unleaded VP pump gasoline, NGK iridium spark plugs, Bisimoto 1200cc injectors, AEM fuel pump, Kinsler filters, Vibrant Vanjen clamps, Rywire harness, Action clutch, Supertech valvetrain, GE/Bisimoto intake manifold, and turbonetics/Bisimoto BTX6462 turbcharger and controls, the potent 1.8L "NU" engine made a record breaking 602whp and 409 ft/lbs of torque. 19 new components were designed and manufacturerd to make this monster a reality.

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LADIES' NIGHT - First Turbo Hyundai Elantra drag pass
I wish there were more. I need an event that offers enough opportunity to experiment and gather better data, but this pass is where it all begins. Multiple equipment failures, multiple driver errors, multiple grievances, but the car did great! It did exactly what I told it to do. It was set just barely at 16 PSI. I didn't change the street tires it's daily-driven on for grippier drag slicks. I am not using launch control. I am not trying to cut a perfect light. I'm trying to go from A to B without red-lighting just to make sure it will do it, and to see how all my new gear behaves. There's plenty of stuff here to improve on. The event was absolutely terrible, and my video edits are trying to make the best out of otherwise bad circumstances and poor quality and quantity of footage. To all of you steering wheel grip fanatics, I am 6' 4" tall. I barely fit in this car. When I look both ways at a stop sign, the seat is adjusted so far back to get the steering wheel out of my sternum that I am looking out the back windows for oncoming traffic, but the seat doesn't move far enough back for me to grip it at 10/2 or 9/3, plus it's a manual transmission so 2 hands is out of the question. I grab the wheel in a way that gives my gangly long arms enough room to safely steer the wheel in its full range of motion. Stop complaining about nothing.

Bisimoto-Tuned Hyundai Elantra GT - 2012 SEMA Show
If there's one thing the Bisimoto-tuned Hyundai Elantra GT definitely needs, it's a bigger turbocharger. More photos - http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2012/10/600-hp-hyundai-elantra-gt-from-b isimoto-rocks-sema.html Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AutoGuideVideo YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/AutoguideVideo Facebook - http://facebook.com/AutoGuide Twitter - http://twitter.com/AutoGuide Google+ - http://goo.gl/LBxsP Web - http://www.AutoGuide.com AutoGuide reviews the latest new cars with test drives, car comparisons and shootouts plus coverage of breaking auto industry news, auto shows, rumors and spy photos. Help shop for your new car with informative car buying tips and car recall news, and be entertained with feature stories, Top 10s and car review videos.