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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by LDfan, May 11, 2004.
Not a hemi but this is one big ass engine http://www.bath.ac.uk/~ccsshb/12cyl/ Jeff
I wonder if I can put that under the hood of my Miata Maximum power: 108,920 hp at 102 rpm Maximum torque: 5,608,312 lb/ft at 102rpm WOW!
ive seen this before, this is a sweet page. i love how it is at 102 rpm. you can probably almost hear the explosions. CJ
You know, it'd be better if there was some Japanese letters on the side of the ship and a real big tailpipe. Oh, and a wing at least half the height of the ship. Until they have those, I won't be impressedd.
Dont forget low level lighting to make a cool glow underneath the ship. Also, they need to put lots of car subs that cant go under 60hz. Prolly bandpass to make it even more annoying.
IF you want something that really sounds impressive, nothing can beat the sound of a Detroit Diesel 2 Stroke V6 or V8. Increadibly awesome sound. Often found on 70's CCC cement mixers and some American LeFrance firetrucks.
[sigh]That brings back memories.[/sigh] Bad....bad memories of a 66 Autocar mixer with an 8v-71 and a quad box. I had to row those 2 sticks like oars to keep it in the powerband. You know that elusive sweet spot right between 1950rpm and 1960rpm, the whole time choking on fumes from all the oil leaks and the scream of the broken exhaust where the pipe runs under the cab.
^^^Why didn't you get an intake and a spoiler??
The best part of that engine is the when the VTEC kicks in at 85rpm... it just screams to the 102rpm peak!
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That was cool Scott, I'm going to have to bookmark that one for future use!
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I drove many miles sitting over a Detroit diesel, nice and smooth when set up right, but fuel hogs and a very small power band as mentioned before
No, but there IS a guy about 10 miles from me stuffing a corvette engine in his