100hp/litre

Discussion in '2003 Maybach 62' started by Seamonster, Aug 10, 2002.

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    any 1980s F1 car

    1.5 liter v6 for ~ 850 hp<!-- Signature -->
     
  2. Impressive.
    I know the Honda S2000 makes 120; what other N/A road cars make 100hp/litre or more?<!-- Signature -->
     
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    the 2000 Porsche 911 Turbo, with 115, and the WRX with 114.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    HP/L = ?

    What's the big deal?<!-- Signature -->
     
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    the new Ferrari Enzo has well over 100 hp/l
     
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    now this is a car for the rich and elite..
    the rest of us to ogle and drool, hope to touch some day..
     
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    He said n/a, therefore no WRX of 911 turbo. Try ferrari 360. 400hp, 3.5 litre. 115 hp/l approx.
     
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    also, bmw m3 should probably be somewhere close, and integra type R. Typr R would be around 100.
     
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    rsx type s
    I thought the maybach was turbocharged, though<!-- Signature -->
     
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    Porsche 911GT3 360bhp from 3600cc N/A. The new GT3 will boost 385bhp from a new 3800cc engine.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    hp/litre is one of hte easiest ways to measuring how efficient an engine is...that's why..

    m3, 360 modena, new enzo, f50, f50GT (153hp/L) , s2000, civic si, integra type-r, uh this car there's quite a few most racing engines.
     
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    well either way, this car is impressive. It's a luxury sedan and it makes 0 - 60 in 5.3 s? I say that's pretty good for a heavy car like this =)<!-- Signature -->
     
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    All you guys wanna see impressive Hp/Litre, check out the Leblanc Caroline. Its Fuckin' Amazin! 256.0 bhp per litre. Now you show me a Car with a higher Hp/Litre ratio.
     
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    All you guys wanna see impressive Hp/Litre, check out the Leblanc Caroline. Its Fuckin' Amazin! 256.0 bhp per litre. Now you show me a Car with a higher Hp/Litre ratio. I know it's not a road car but still.
     
  15. #15 FAREL 40, Aug 10, 2002
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from PorscheCarreraGT72589</i>
    <b>All you guys wanna see impressive Hp/Litre, check out the Leblanc Caroline. Its Fuckin' Amazin! 256.0 bhp per litre. Now you show me a Car with a higher Hp/Litre ratio. I know it's not a road car but still.
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    sure thing buddy. meet the 1978 BMW 320 Turbo...see the specs for yourself

    http://www.supercars.net/SDBQ?id=168 <!-- Signature -->
     
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    This thread was started off on a mistake as this car is twin turbo. When you count all the cars, turbo and N/A that can make over 100 hp per litre, the list wil run down to your feet
     
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    really it is a twin turbo? is this v12 sourced from the s600 or cl600? i'm just wondering.
     
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    The Mazda RX-8 delivers a sweet 192.31 bhp per litre. Not bad for a rotary, and not too shabby either for a naturally aspirated Japanese beast. I can't wait till I come rollin' up in mine.
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from blaze4eva</i>
    <b>hp/litre is one of hte easiest ways to measuring how efficient an engine is...that's why..

    m3, 360 modena, new enzo, f50, f50GT (153hp/L) , s2000, civic si, integra type-r, uh this car there's quite a few most racing engines.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    Depends on what you mean by efficient. For example, the 500 cubic inch (8.2 liters) supercharged V-8s in top fuel dragsters produce around 9000 hp (1097.6 bhp/liter) but they also burn 5-6 gallons (18.9-22.7 liters) of nitromethane in their 1/4-mile (about 400m) blast. HP/L has to be looked at with other factors to get a good feel for how efficient an engine is. Besides peak horsepower isn't the best indicator of how fast a car will accelerate throughout the rpm range. All those cars you mentioned only pull hard when they're revving really high. Try sticking the Civic Si in 5th gear at 35 mph and try to accelerate...
     
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    my bad, this is a biturbo
    i should have know Mercedes wouldnt build a n/a with that kind of output<!-- Signature -->
     
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    the dauer 962 gets 243.82 hp/ltr that's really good too except it's twin turbo, also the supra veilside gets about 339.28 bhp per litre that's really good too! and if you want something really amazing, the formula 1 cars of the 80's that were turbo charged got approximatly 900 hp per litre!!!
     
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    hp/litre is not a good way to judge a cars performance or efficency because as the size of the engine increase the hp/l decreases. so if using hp/l the only engine that we could say were really good would be tiny engine like those in petrol model cars. because of there tiny size they produce huge hp/litre values..... The only people that would use these values are die hard import fans because it makes their engine seem far superior to large muscle cars. (i am an import man myself so dont bash me for saying that).
     
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    Lawn mower-25cc=3.5hp, how's that for hp/L.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    Last year's Ferrari's Formula1 car, the F2001, supposedly made 840hp and it's a 3liter V10. you figure out the hp/L on that one.lol
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from Delorean DMC-12 Rocks</i>
    <b>the 2000 Porsche 911 Turbo, with 115, and the WRX with 114.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->
    Idiot, the 911 Turbo and the WRX both have TURBOS, duh!!! The dude asked for Naturally aspirated cars., and I can only think of one... the BMW M3<!-- Signature -->
     

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