initial d what?didn't that 4A rev to 11k? i wouldn't mind having that engine in my Hachi.
GM 3800 Series II Supercharged:
I've chatted with the owner of that car in AOL Car Chat a couple times, real nice guy. He's got a real nice garage too.technically it is a car engine lol.....
Really? I've never had any problems like that with mine. The only real work that's been done to the engine was a top end gasket job because of the coolant problems (probably same thing that happened to your family, and the supercharger snout rebuild.Yeah, right up until the point where it blows its supercharger (Father's), blows a head gasket (Grandfather's), Leaks oil all over the place (Grandfather's), and then needs a full rebuild at 95,000mi (Father's).
Don't care how many cars those engines are in, or how rugged they may be, from my families personal experience - they're crap.
I would have thought that was obvious? You know, tounge in cheek.Man 90% of the stuff posted seems to have been posted because it's powerful, or in a car they own, not because it actually looks good... I'm looking at Punisher Bass, MadCow, and Elmo. I'm sorry but German engines are ugly as sin 9 times out of ten. The 3800 has never looked good and the Ecotec is a bland engine.
Falconer 9.8L V12 that was slated to be the powerplant for the Brammo GT. Unfortunatly the project appears to have been canceled; Brammo has turned their attention towards electric bicycles at the moment. Before they canceled it they said it would produce "1200-1600" bhp in a supercharged configuration running race gas.what in the name of all things holy are those?