Printable Version | Subscribe | Add to Favourites
New Topic New Poll New Reply
Author: Subject: Gas Mark 7 anyone?
six mad

posted on 13/2/14 at 09:09 PM Reply With Quote
Gas Mark 7 anyone?

Watch this around 3min 50!! Enjoy




View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Wheels244

posted on 13/2/14 at 09:22 PM Reply With Quote
That'll give the MOT bloke something to think about





Build Blog: http://wheels244.wordpress.com/

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
martyn1137

posted on 13/2/14 at 09:26 PM Reply With Quote
Best for that was the Silk Cut Jaguars in the 80's, great racing against Porsche 956 if I have my numbers right.
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
bi22le

posted on 13/2/14 at 11:16 PM Reply With Quote
Gimmick or scientific?

Sparks out the back cant be great.





Track days ARE the best thing since sliced bread, until I get a supercharger that is!

Please read my ring story:
http://www.locostbuilders.co.uk/forum/13/viewthread.php?tid=139152&page=1

Me doing a sub 56sec lap around Brands Indy. I need a geo set up! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHksfvIGB3I

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Dingz

posted on 13/2/14 at 11:41 PM Reply With Quote
Presumably just running fuel through the turbos like a turbine to keep the speed up.





Phoned the local ramblers club today, but the bloke who answered just
went on and on.

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Fozzie

posted on 14/2/14 at 01:16 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by martyn1137
Best for that was the Silk Cut Jaguars in the 80's, great racing against Porsche 956 if I have my numbers right.


My most favourite 80's car .... the Silk Cut Jag ...





'Racing is Life!...anything before or after is just waiting'....Steve McQueen


View User's Profile E-Mail User View All Posts By User U2U Member This User Has MSN Messenger
iank

posted on 14/2/14 at 09:57 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dingz
Presumably just running fuel through the turbos like a turbine to keep the speed up.


Yes anti-lag http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antilag_system
Not really suitable for road-cars





--
Never argue with an idiot. They drag you down to their level, then beat you with experience.
Anonymous

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Not Anumber

posted on 14/2/14 at 04:24 PM Reply With Quote
quote:

Not really suitable for road-cars

I dont know, it would certainly ensure things were kept oven ready in the supermarket car park






View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
six mad

posted on 14/2/14 at 04:51 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by iank
quote:
Originally posted by Dingz
Presumably just running fuel through the turbos like a turbine to keep the speed up.


Yes anti-lag http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antilag_system
Not really suitable for road-cars


Not sure anti lag is the source of the flames, as they are present under hard throttle.
I suspect the exhaust system is very short and free flowing, I think the flames are
Results of normal combustion, although I could be wrong.

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
woodster

posted on 15/2/14 at 09:33 AM Reply With Quote
you could hang a couple chops from the rear spoiler, 2 or 3 hard laps dinners ready ...... beat that jamie oliver
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
ceebmoj

posted on 15/2/14 at 12:51 PM Reply With Quote
Stupid question but wont that kill any cats in the system? or because its a hybrid can it getaway with no cats.
View User's Profile Visit User's Homepage View All Posts By User U2U Member This User Has MSN Messenger   ceebmoj 's Yahoo

New Topic New Poll New Reply


go to top






Website design and SEO by Studio Montage

All content 2001-16 LocostBuilders. Reproduction prohibited
Opinions expressed in public posts are those of the author and do not necessarily represent
the views of other users or any member of the LocostBuilders team.
Running XMB 1.8 Partagium [ 2002 XMB Group] on Apache under CentOS Linux
Founded, built and operated by ChrisW.