Probably been posted 1000 times, but...

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  1. C. Losito

    C. Losito Formula Junior

    Dec 12, 2003
    Metro St. Louis
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    Chris Losito
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  3. 96impalaSS

    96impalaSS F1 Rookie

    Dec 8, 2003
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    That video never gets old. Thanks for posting it I had it awhile ago but it got deleted from my computer. Thanks. The turbos sticking out of the hood on that Grand National are scary looking. Honestly what kind of monster actually burns out on a dyno?
  4. teak360

    teak360 F1 Veteran

    Nov 3, 2003
    Boulder, CO
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    I would love a ride in that beast. What I don't understand is how you can put over 1,000 hp to a dyno with rubber tires driving a metal drum.
  5. Dr C

    Dr C Formula Junior

    Dec 1, 2002
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    Thanks for posting. I hadn't seen this before.
  6. isellpower

    isellpower Formula Junior

    Nov 30, 2003
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    I've always liked the old Grand National. What a nasty little v6. You ever looked under the hood? The engine looks tiny in that huge car.
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  8. Forza1

    Forza1 Formula Junior

    Mar 20, 2004
    I've had two of them in the past. Extremely cool cars to say the least. The one in the movie is a T-Type, not a Grand National, although the powertrain is identical. I can only imagine the numbers he is putting down through the 1/4 mi. I was running 10.4's @ 128mph with *only 450rwhp and 620ftlbs, I would guess he's somewhere in the 7-8 range if he can hook. One of the few respectable american cars IMHO.

  9. 4re308

    4re308 F1 Rookie

    Jun 13, 2001
    Woodstock, GA
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    Mitch D
    Man oh man, can you imagine that thing in a stop light to stop light race?? Woo wee, what fun! I love turbos!
  10. C. Losito

    C. Losito Formula Junior

    Dec 12, 2003
    Metro St. Louis
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    Chris Losito
    I can't imagine putting full power down on the street. Maybe with DOT approved "street slicks" , but even then...

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