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    Default Supercharged V6 Coupe

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    Quote Originally Posted by kermit

    Nice.

    Love those wheels
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Shearer
    Love those wheels
    At 19" the tyres wouldn't be cheap but they look like they would make cleaning the Brembos easier.
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    Over 500 bhp??? I guess that's with the nitrous flowing. I wonder what its performance is like merely with the supercharger doing its stuff. And of course we need to know the nitrous cutout time. That engine aint going to last, unless it rips the gearbox apart first.

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    Very nice to see a S/C Coupe they are an awesome looking car just needed some big balls under the hood.

    Dunno bout the wheels though....19" BBS CH would look AMAZING on that thing. Or some Hamman wheels.
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    Not to mention 500+ bhp going through the front wheels. I guess it depends on what you want your car to do. 500+ bhp would be great if your using it on the drag strip, but your clutch, gearbox probably wouldn't last to long. But that amount of power going the front wheels would make cornering absolutely impossible with any decent amount of throttle.

    But that coupe is still a dream machine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJ810
    Over 500 bhp??? I guess that's with the nitrous flowing. I wonder what its performance is like merely with the supercharger doing its stuff. And of course we need to know the nitrous cutout time. That engine aint going to last, unless it rips the gearbox apart first.
    Yes somehow I don't think the standard engine would handle 500 horse for a great length of time, nor would the chassis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kermit
    Yes somehow I don't think the standard engine would handle 500 horse for a great length of time, nor would the chassis.

    Need one of them alesi jobs then. Converted to 4WD, twin turbo, LSD etc
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