Re: Nice car But................................................

Discussion in '2001 Mullen M-11 Roadster' started by Oxcide, Aug 9, 2002.

  1. Hey stop hating on this With those brainless acts.
    Come on Crapy eng? Wtf Name somthing for 37k$ truthfully that will turn the same amount of heads or Preform the same i think the did a nice Original thinking job.When i said get a car 30k i mean a new one as the prices on a vette are above 37k
  2. not bad<!-- Signature -->
  3. Is this the power with or without the supercharger?<!-- Signature -->
  4. Very nice car, But....Im not in it...<IMG SRC="">
  5. The looks are good, the price is good. Yeah!! A brand with spirit, more of these please!!!
  6. This car is nice, but with a better engine it will be a lot better.
  7. Disaster!!!<!-- Signature -->
  8. It does 4.5 seconds? Wow good powerplant! Good uses out of 210 horses. Is that with or without the Supersharger? I bet it's the Duratec 2.5litre. A newer model Duratec has 205hp so I guess that time is without the Supercharger.<!-- Signature -->
  9. <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from SpeedFreak</i>
    <b>the car is extremely cool but the engine is a pothetic Ford V6</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    Yeah, perhaps they should use a gutless Honda engine that doesn't make any torque.

    Or how about Toyota's 1.8 liter engine that makes its peak 180hp for ONLY 1,700rpms and infact it peaks at 400rpms AFTER its redline.


  10. You would be correct.

    It is powered by the 2.5 liter Duratec. Infact the transmission is the transaxle too.

    The Duratec is actually aviable in several trim levels.

    2.5 liter 175hp
    2.5 liter 197hp SVT

    Then there are some 3.0 versions. They range from the 220hp Taurus engine, to the much more powerful Jaguar X-Type engine that uses a three stage intake manifold instead of too as well as variable valve timing.

    Then there is the Ultimate version of this engine.

    The V-12 found in the Astin Martin Vanquish is actually 2 Ford 3.0 Duratec V-6s mated together using the "Cosworth process".


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