Cause if not, just watch the trailer. This is one of the few times I am actually going to use my cable package. Delta 88 dump for your time.
Even non-enthusiasts would love to have a $1m+ hypercar, a vintage Ferrari, or and number of luxury cars. But sometimes our dream cars can be slower than a Toyota Camry. In fact, that’s exactly what I’m asking you to show me.
...that the LS motor belongs in everything.
"You have a right to kill me, you have a right to do that. But you have no right to judge me."
Come gather round Jalops, where'er you roam.
New pictures have just been leaked of the Red Bull F1 team's response to the cooling issues appearing in the Renault Turbo V6 F1 engine for the 2014 season. Sebastian Vettel can be seen here in a meeting with the Chief Engine Designer for Renault F1. Behind him is Adrian Newey.
LS swap bro! LS swap! Swap an LS! Seems to be the answer. The above image shows an LS2 swapped into a Datsun 240Z, with lots of room to spare.
And this ignores their "expensive" and FF sports cars. Add the Z34, Z33, Z32, G35, G37, Pulsar (and GTi) Skylines (GTS, GTS-T, GTS-4, GT-Rs, there's a million of them) Most years of the Maxima, the M series, the FX series, and tons of other cars to that list.
Help me Oppo, you're my only hope! In my last post about high-RPM V8s, we arrived at a pretty stout conclusion: Ford Windsor FTW. But now a new challenger has reared its head.
Motorola has gone cheap on materials, high on power. I have just received a brand new Droid MAXX, the phone that was teased a few weeks ago by Motorola for their X8 Architecture.
1. It was a running prototype with the first ever rotary engine racecar designed to run on E100, aka, 100% ethanol fuel, and was faster than most cars, excluding Group C and F1, around most tracks.
Teach me about rod/stroke ratio, bearing types and strengths, crank/piston/rod material strength, and the relationships between piston velocity (mean and peak) and piston acceleration.
I know I'm not like "most" Oppo-ites. I don't enjoy cars because they're cool, expensive, fun, or a good hobby. I'm the type of person who gets squirrely and irritable if I haven't been in a car for a week. If I don't go over 100mph once every few months, I get depressed. But I do share one thing: I love all cars.
Because it reminds me that I need to go as fast as possible!
And I will be cremated in a 1970 Dodge Challenger.
"An RB26 can get 380HP per liter if tuned!" "Nascar engines take four times the displacement to get the same power as F1 engines!" "All big, fat american V8s are inefficient" "There's no replacement for displacement!" Please stop. Let me explain why you are wrong.
This Album got me through homework last night/this morning, so share in the joy. I recommend listening to the whole thing, it's exactly what you think it is: a synthetic album based entirely around the Testarossa.
...it actually looks really good.
One of the things I've been thinking about recently is the question: "Are race cars safer in most crashes for the occupants than road cars?"
...and a few crazy drivers with too much money. Can't wait to see how this year turns out. Live feed of the Gumball 3000 Copenhagen Launch Party after the break.