Wow...

Discussion in '2009 9ff GT9-R' started by THEBEAST101, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. Thats fast yo
     
  2. Looks like it would be beastly on a track as well...
     
  3. I deffinatly think it could pull it off.
     
  4. You are a moron if you think or believe that. On a side note can't 9ff make ANY of their works look good.
     
  5. I think 9ff have a bit of a problem with making their cars amazingly fast AND making them look good.

    That is the only reason the Veyron sold, because it combines beauty with immense speed.
    This may be faster, but it won't sell.
     
  6. That I agree with. 9ff designers are clearly either durnk or......they suck
     
  7. States 1600 LBS in the in-depth description.... Wrong wrong wrong.... 2920 lbs.
     
  8. The 750 hp version might do some damage, but managing 1120 hp and 2900 lbs around a tracks spells out disaster to me.
     
  9. Hell yes brother. Dem Dubians be in deep shit right now too.
     
  10. Don't know why you tools think a car can't handle with 1000HP. Read up more on racing.
     
  11. And what 1000 hp STREET LEGAL car do you know that can handle well....?
     
  12. You're pretty #$%#ing dumb if you think this car handles anything like the stock Porsche. Did you bother reading the article? Veyron handles pretty well. C&D tested some 800+ HP Viper/Corvettes on a track and they handled well.
    You do know F1 cars have ~900HP, and they're in cars that weigh even less. So, you're pretty ignorant to think that having more horsepower means worse handling.
    You do know that just because the 1000HP is there, that doesn't mean they're going to go WOT into the #$%#ing turn right? Try thinking about it a little.
     
  13. "You're pretty #$%#ing dumb if you think this car handles anything like the stock Porsche. Did you bother reading the article? "

    So I guess it handles better than a stock porsche? Which one, because I can bet the GT2, and GT3 RS out handles this. Didn't see anything about handling improvements in this article either. if anything they're making it seem like a straight line rocket (which it is).

    "Veyron handles pretty well."

    THe Veyron has 4 tons, AWD, and mass amounts of technology to harness it's 1001 hp. All this has apparently is a spoiler, and what 1000+ hp ROAD LEGAL RWD car do you know that handles better than that of a track focused 5-700 hp road car...?

    "C&D tested some 800+ HP Viper/Corvettes on a track and they handled well."

    LOL C&D... even so, I bet none of those 800 hp Viper/Corvettes handle as good as the ACR.

    "You do know F1 cars have ~900HP, and they're in cars that weigh even less. So, you're pretty ignorant to think that having more horsepower means worse handling."

    Even though I said Road legal, I'll state that F1 cars have significant amounts of technology, and engineering to be able to very well control 900 hp. And I never said more hp=less handling. More HP=less grip, which greatly effects the way a car handles, unless you have special tires (non road legal tires).....

    "You do know that just because the 1000HP is there, that doesn't mean they're going to go WOT into the #$%#ing turn right? Try thinking about it a little."

    Well I hope anyone wouldn't do that in any car sir... But too much power, creates a misbalance. The more the power, the greater lengths you have to go in technology and engineering to get that balance back... Reading up on it, this car wasn't designed with track performance in first importance. All they're advertising is the 1120 hp and 257 mph top speed. Sure they made handling adjustments, but as far as overall handling goes, we'll have to wait and see if journalist can get their hands on it.

    Until then I think i'll say that this isn't going to be a beast in the track....
     
  14. *2 tons
     
  15. Read the article. If you can't figure out how any of that can help handling, then don't bother replying. Veyron is road legal... b..b..b..but you said 1000HP cars can't handle. Guess you're wrong. And,yes, they ran their stock counterparts in the C&D race, and the stock cars lost. You know why they lost? It's because HORSEPOWER DOESNT MAKE IT HARD TO TURN IF YOU'RE NOT GOING TOO MUCH INTO THE THROTTLE BUT YOU CAN TAKE THE STRAIGHTS FASTER. And you're more HP = less grip comment is #$%#ing retarded. Again, the driver isn't going to go WOT. Obviously you can break the tires away easier, THATS WHY YOU DONT #$%#ING FLOOR IT YOU TOOL. So, no it wont hurt the balace, you just use less throttle. Stop with the GranTourismo games already.
     
  16. #16 ETB4U, Dec 20, 2009
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    Also to add insult to injury:

    Oh damn! a 587WHP 350Z.. look, he cant control all the hoarsepowurs... oh wait.. he did.

    Oh DAMN 705HP Corvette..for sure it can't handle hoarsepowurs... oh.. wait... it did.
    Oh, also, how about the S7 Twin Turbo in both 750 and 1000HP flavors. Yeah, they can't handle.
    Sit down kid.
     
  17. I think it would be beastly round a track as well... it looks like it can lay it's power down and the aerodynamic advantage over the regular Porsche production models (excluding the RSR as its a race model). Overpowered cars only have a problem if they lack grip or downforce. I think they would have perfected laying down the power as 9ff have been making high powered porches for a good few years...
    I think this would destroy a GT3 RS or a GT2 simply because it would be as fast in the corners and lots faster in the straights...
     
  18. Your assumptions, and interpretation of my argument are horrible... Re read my post, come back and make a resonable argument kay? Too much fail for me to waste my time pointing out.
     
  19. #19 THEBEAST101, Dec 27, 2009
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    hmmm..... 587 WHP 350Z i dont even need to click the #$%#ing link because I'm pretty #$%#ing sure I said 1000 hp....

    Back to the Veyron argument.... Yes you're right, it can handle well which would refute my argument.... One example, and yet it still doesn't handle better than the likes of a Zonda F/Carrera GT/MC12 (I can go on)....

    S7 TT has 750 hp... We know nothing of the one off 1000 hp Version, so how the #$%# can you even argue that...?

    But I will apologize, this may be able to handle, since as I just said, we don't know anything about it yet. But I doubt the 1000 hp version will handle as well as the 750 hp. If it proves me wrong, it proves me wrong, but until I see proof I'm sticking by my statement.
     
  20. #20 ETB4U, Dec 28, 2009
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top_Gear_test_track
    Actually, it beat the Zonda F by .1 seconds (as well as Enzo, MC12, F430 Scuderia...). Basically you're talking out of your ass because you have no #$%#ing clue as to what you are talking about. You know shit about racing. I wouldn't be surprised if you've never driven anything with more than 140HP.
     
  21. And yet here you are replying to his post...again. But at any rate why so much fu*king hostility towards this machine??? I realise that you and me, plus everyone on this site can't afford it, but still it shouldn't get THIS much animosity!
     
  22. Lol not towards the car, just towards the Moron.. AND OH YEAH. Like i said... too much power <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
     
  23. #23 THEBEAST101, Apr 3, 2010
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    LOL I was talking about the roadster bud....

    And I wouldn't be suprised if you've never driven anything with over 300 hp STFU lmao. You know nothing about power, and control obviously. Just please end this pointless argument.
     
  24. Moron? You got owned by a member that provided FACTS!
     

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