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Jan 13, 3:12pm - #373704 
You want this engine...I promise...

GOOD LORD... a 2.6 liter V8 that produces nearly 400 hp at over 10,000 rpm...that would fit with certain custom mounts and what not...that is IF you could afford the engine and tranny ...those crazy Brits have put 2 HAYABUSA ENGINES together to come up with one nasty V8...and a 6 speed sequential tranny with a variable drop gears to vary top speed.,...its crazy, but I'm sure it absolutely screams in person...here is the dyno and link (and yes I nearly wet my pants):

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Jan 13, 3:54pm - #373705 
what the hoof? 2 busa engines? into what car will they be fitting this into?


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Jan 13, 4:12pm - #373706 
its a track car that they have...the little ass race cars in the top menu bar!!!!!! If I hit the lottery, I'll stuff one into the celi and let you guys know what's up

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Jan 13, 4:18pm - #373707 
i seen that in sport compact car thumbsup thumbsup

remains to be seen how reliable it is..they had to do a lot of custom modifications to get everything to work together properly. i dont beleive they mentioned the torque output either, or did they?

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Jan 13, 4:29pm - #373708 
only just over 200 ft. lbs so far, but in a car weighing way less than 2000 pounds...I bet that thing just SCREAMS

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Jan 13, 4:30pm - #373709 
^^ a lot better than a stock celica gts...not bad

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Jan 13, 6:57pm - #373710 
It's torque range is over 175ftlb. from 4500rpm to redline (10,500rpm)!
They actually build them for sale, eventually they plan to have different available displacement: 2.0liters, 2.6liters(current), and 3.0liters. Quife makes trannys for FR and MR layouts. Best part is that it's only 24"X24"X18".

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Jan 13, 9:57pm - #373711 
I would try it just for fun. smile


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Jan 13, 9:57pm - #373712 
haha slap that sucka on a go-kart and run 4's in the 1/4 mile lol


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Jan 13, 11:41pm - #373713 
^^ woooo...noooo, i'll let you do that one. i'm a coward when it comes to bolting that thing onto a go-kart rofl rofl

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Jan 13, 11:45pm - #373714 
put me in, or bolt that in my bike, id go for it, i feel safer at 170 on a bike than 120 in a car


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Jan 14, 7:05am - #373715 
^^^^^ I'm the other way around

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Jan 14, 11:19pm - #373716 
Originally Posted by silverOOgts
put me in, or bolt that in my bike, id go for it, i feel safer at 170 on a bike than 120 in a car


I agree! It's not the same! smokin


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Jan 16, 9:44pm - #373717 
if your going to put it in a bike why not just buy the bike to and get a HAYABUSA. those things are sweet 2.6 secs or something to 60.

does anyone know how much the hayabusa engine weighs in comparison with the celica engine.

and bout how long they are? if they're not too long you could make a straight 8 just hooking the output shafts together that would be relatively easy compaired to making a v 8 out of 'em.

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Jan 16, 10:39pm - #373718 
weak


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Jan 16, 10:57pm - #373719 
i believe they are still fine tunning that engine~

a V8 that screams to 10K is so freaking nice~

i love high reving engines~ thumbsup


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Jan 17, 12:20pm - #373720 
The 1ZZ-FE engine weights around 850lbs, the 2ZZ-GE engine weights around 825lbs and the 4 cilinder hayabusa engine weights around 798lbs.

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Jan 17, 12:21pm - #373721 
The hayabusa engine with the tranny of course

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Jan 17, 12:47pm - #373722 
I'm telling you guys...if I win the lottery...it is all over!!!!!!...

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Jan 17, 4:28pm - #373723 
hahah we will see i guess

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Jan 21, 1:19pm - #373724 
Originally Posted by Arcken
The 1ZZ-FE engine weights around 850lbs, the 2ZZ-GE engine weights around 825lbs and the 4 cilinder hayabusa engine weights around 798lbs.


the busa is not a 900lb bike.


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