world's fastest Police HUMMER

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  1. #1 LamBoy, Jul 7, 2006
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    Even a sheriff can sometimes use a little help from Germany: Unusual customer requests are the norm at, Europe’s leading tuner of American automobiles. But the request from a Texas sheriff to turn his new emergency vehicle into the world’s fastest police HUMMER, represented a special challenge even for the specialists from After the conversion to the 7.0-liter supercharged engine with 700 hp / 515 kW and a peak torque of 904 Nm the black and white HUMMER reaches a top speed of 250 km/h. That should be fast enough for the sheriff to catch just about any speeder...
    In order to lend the flashing red-blue light bar and ear-splitting siren more credence the engine specialists from installed a supercharged V8 engine with an enlarged displacement of 7.0 liters in the engine bay of the HUMMER H2.

    The high-performance engine was fitted with a belt-driven supercharger with generously dimensioned intercooler. But that’s not all: The modifications to the engine also include special pistons, a precision-balanced crankshaft and titanium piston rods. The cylinder heads of the V8 engine were re-machined for optimized gas flow and fitted with a sport camshaft and reinforced valvetrain. A special intake system with sport air filter and a fully stainless-steel high-performance exhaust system with high-performance manifolds and metal catalysts round out the conversion.

    After reprogramming the engine electronics to calibrate the power components the supercharged eight-cylinder engine delivers a maximum power output of 700 hp / 515 kW at 5,500 rpm and produces a peak torque of 904 Nm at 4,260 rpm. Power is transferred to all four wheels via a modified four-speed automatic transmission. Despite a curb weight of 3.1 tons the police HUMMER H2 7.0 Kompressor from delivers sports car performance: The sprint from 0 – 100 km/h takes just 6.5 seconds, top speed is limited electronically to 250 km/h.

    This level of performance necessitates numerous modifications to the suspension. Immediate eye-catchers are the one-piece forged chrome king-size 10Jx28 wheels with Kumho 325/35 R 28 tires.

    In addition upgrades the police car with professional suspension and brake tuning. The sport suspension lowers the ride height of the SUV by some 105 millimeters, and offers firmer damper settings. Sport sway bars reduce body roll in fast corners.

    The high-performance brake system with 380-millimeter perforated and vented discs and eight-piston fixed calipers on the front axle delivers enormous fade-free stopping power.

    After transporting the police HUMMER H2 7.0 Kompressor back to the US the vehicle will be equipped with state-of-the-art police communication technology and will then serve as the personal emergency vehicle of the county sheriff.

    personaly i would like to see this thing breaking at 250 km/h, the 0-60 is pretty impressive!
  2. Personally I'd like to shoot whoever thought of putting a sport suspension on the thing and those stupid wheels. You don't buy a hummer to run down speeders, that's why they have Camaros and Mustangs. You buy a hummer to chase villains into the remotest wilderness. And now, that sheriff has a car not particularly suited to either.
  3. "That should be fast enough for the sheriff to catch just about any speeder..."

    I dont think so
  4. couple months old... and a couple pasty white skin tones too american.
  5. three things

    1) Why does the sheriff need "rims?"
    2) It has 700HP and only 4 gears
    3) it has 700 HP and it still takes 6.5 seconds to reach 60mph, thats sad...
  6. It's pretty badass. What the hell are you complaining for? You'd rather see another Crown Victoria?
  7. id rather see a 700 HP Charger for that matter, without the ugly rims..
  8. well i didn't know that was already posted..
  9. #10 basman007, Jul 8, 2006
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  10. how old is this right now? well it still is shit
  11. it's not sad considering the weight
  12. the wieght is whats sad.
  13. the wieght is whats sad.
  14. the wieght is whats sad.
  15. the wieght is whats sad.
  16. the wieght is whats sad.
  17. the wieght is whats sad.
  18. the wieght is whats sad.
  19. I don't care how many times you post it, weight is still spelled wrong.
  20. Unless the guy running in the wilderness has a wrangler, heeyoooooo
  21. and

    top speed is limited electronically to 250 km/h.
  22. 1. Just to show off.

    2. 4 gears is plenty when you have a mountain of torque.

    3. The cause of that poor performance is the massive amount of extra equipment and the gigantic mass of the wheels. A Lingenfelter-tuned H2 with about 200 less horsepower did 0-60 in less than 6.5 seconds, thanks to the fact that the only modifications were to the engine, transmission, and a slight wheel/tire change (LT325/60R-18 vs. stock LT315/70R-17).
  23. 28 inch rims? Hmm, I think he's more interested in seeming badass than performance.
  24. *gay

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