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sorry guys... you guys are wrong about those post.. lol... well try this one the mazda 787b which was never put back on Le Mans because the weight of the engine compare to the others was very light, but whats the reason for elimating the 787b? who knows, but it took first place like nothing though. for more information you have to research yourself.. ha!
here it is the 787b:
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Lo-ZeR wrote:

sorry guys... you guys are wrong about those post.. lol... well try this one the mazda 787b which was never put back on Le Mans because the weight of the engine compare to the others was very light, but whats the reason for elimating the 787b? who knows, but it took first place like nothing though. for more information you have to research yourself.. ha!
here it is the 787b:


787b was eliminated because of several advantages over the rest of the competitors. The new Audi R10 would spank that 787b.
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It really depends on your idea of the fastest car in the world. Some things are faster at different things.I personally beleave that rally cars are the fastest in the world cuase their speed never change one matter the weather, tempeture, track conditions, or anything else. your not going to run a Veyron or a saleen s7 down a road with put holes, dips and bumps cuase it will destroy the car. A jet car my take you to i higher tops speed then anything else but its in a straight line. Cars like the 787b and the 917 are track use only and they are banned from some courses. Its just a matter of perspective and opinion.
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xiongboy wrote:


slap on a bigger turbo on this car...or just increase boost and it
will EAT that car anyday


yeah, but with a body that small.. you can't put on a bigger turbo..


true with the car as it is its kinda limited....but its perfect as it is already
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Wait a second, are we judging "fast" in terms of acceleration or top speed? The reason I ask is: there are a lot of polar cars on here in terms of accel. and top speed...
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skyline rules!!
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Fastest Cars in the World


These are the fastest cars based on acceleration (in seconds) from 0 to 60 MPH.
The fast and furious :-)

2.6 - 1994 Dauer 962 LeMans
2.7 - 2000 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Concept
2.7 - 2000 Dodge Hennessey Viper Venom 800TT
2.7 - 1999 Leblanc Caroline
2.7 - 1993 Dauer 962 Le Mans
2.8 - 1996 Renault Espace F1
2.9 - 1991 Audi Avus Quattro
2.9 - 1997 Callaway C7 Corvette
2.9 - 1997 Dodge Viper GTS-R
3.0 - 2003 Bugatti 16/4 Veyron
3.1 - 2006 Mosler
3.1 - 1995 Ford GT-90
3.1 - 1993 Jaguar XJR-15
3.1 - 1998 Koenigsegg CC
3.1 - 1991 Lotec C1000
3.1 - 1991 McLaren F1
3.1 - 1995 Yamaha OX99-11
3.2 - 2002 Koenigsegg CC 8S
3.2 - 1992 Bugatti EB110 SS
3.2 - 1996 Quadraduce
3.3 - 1997 McLaren F1
3.3 - 2001 Saleen S7
3.3 - 1987 Vector Avtech WX3
3.4 - 1992 Bugatti EB110 GT
3.4 - 1985 Koenig Competition Evolution
3.4 - 1994 Schuppan 962CR
3.4 - 1987 Westfield SEI
3.4 - 1997 Dodge Viper Venom 600 GTS
3.5 - 2002 Pagani Zonda C12-S 7.3
3.5 - 2002 FERRARI ENZO
3.6 - 2002 Lamborghini Murciélago
3.6 - 2003 Ferrari Enzo
3.6 - 2001 Lamborghini Diablo
3.6 - 1997 Porsche 911 GT1
3.6 - 1987 Porsche 959
3.6 - 1997 RUF Porsche CTR-2
3.7 - 1991 BMW Nazca C2
3.7 - 1996 Ferrari F 50
3.7 - 1994 Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota
3.7 - 1996 Porsche 911 GT2
3.8 - 2003 Dodge Viper SRT-10
3.8 - 2000 Porsche 911 Turbo
3.8 - 1997 Campagna T-Rex
3.8 - 1992 Jaguar XJ220
3.8 - 1996 Lamborghini Diablo SV
3.8 - 1998 Lotus GT1
3.8 - 1994 Ultima Spyder
3.9 - 2006 Dodge Viper
3.9 - 2001 B. Engineering Edonis
3.9 - 2003 Viper SRT/10
3.9 - 1987 Ferrari F 40
4.0 - 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
4.0 - 2000 Dodge Viper ACR Coupe
4.0 - 2001 Porsche Carrera GT
4.0 - 2003 Porsche 911 GT2
4.0 - 1993 Lamborghini Diablo SE30
4.1 - 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta
4.1 - 1990 BMW Nazca M12
4.1 - 1993 Lamborghini Diablo VT
4.1 - 1996 Lamborghini Diablo Roadster
4.2 - 2000 BMW Z8
4.2 - 2000 Ferrari 360 Modena
4.2 - 2002 Ferrari 575 M Maranello
4.2 - 1994 TVR Cerbera
4.2 - 1985 Vector W8 Twin Turbo
4.3 - 2003 Porsche 911 GT3
4.3 - 1996 Bugatti EB112
4.4 - 2002 Aston Martin Vanquish
4.4 - 2002 Lotus Esprit V8
4.4 - 1988 Cizeta Moroder V16T
4.4 - 1997 Dodge Viper GTS
4.4 - 1997 Gillet Vertigo
4.4 - 1996 Mega Monté Carlo
4.4 - 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo
4.4 - 1996 Spectre R42
4.4 - 1990 TVR Griffith
4.4 - 1996 Vector Aeromotive M12
4.5 - 2003 z06 Corvette
4.6 - 1996 Dodge Viper RT/10
4.6 - 1994 Ferrari F 512 M
4.6 - 1996 Ferrari F 355 GTS
4.6 - 1996 Ferrari F 355 Spider
4.6 - 1982 Lamborghini Countach
4.7 - 2003 Mercedes-Benz SL600
4.7 - 1992 Aston Martin Vantage
4.7 - 1996 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
4.7 - 1997 Ferrari F 550 Maranello
4.7 - 1985 Isdera Commendatore
4.7 - 1996 Lotus Esprit S4S
4.7 - 1997 Rinspeed Mono Ego
4.8 - 1997 Chevrolet Corvette C5
4.8 - 1996 Lotus Esprit V8
4.8 - 1997 Panoz Roadster
4.9 - 2002 Acura NSX
4.9 - 1994 Chaterham Seven HPC
4.9 - 1989 De Tomaso Guara
4.9 - 1996 Ferrari F 355 Berlinetta
4.9 - 1996 Ford Mustang Saleen S351
4.9 - 1997 Italdesign Scighera


i notice that theres only one japanese car on the list and if im correct this is kinda outta date and alot of cars left out, and the fastest stock car in the world has to be the Mclaren F1
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745mph

(hey! the topic didn't say fastest production car.)
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Lo-ZeR wrote:

sorry guys... you guys are wrong about those post.. lol... well try this one the mazda 787b which was never put back on Le Mans because the weight of the engine compare to the others was very light, but whats the reason for elimating the 787b? who knows, but it took first place like nothing though. for more information you have to research yourself.. ha!
here it is the 787b:


787b was eliminated because of several advantages over the rest of the competitors. The new Audi R10 would spank that 787b.


in your dreams boy! i doubt that... there is nothing that the 787b have that gives the car advantages... what are the advantages? why dont you explain what 787 has that the others dont... it has a engine, it runs, different frame, but so what? its modify like the rest? whats the difference? just the engine.. right? that doesnt mean that they have to eliminate the 787... well it doesnt matter now right... now you guys have to watch out for the Furai instead... plus you piston heads have no clue how the rotary works probably... so if i were you i wouldnt say nothing because all i can say is, is that an engine is an engine... even built differently or runs with a rotary or not its still an engine... people cant just say that o yeah that thing have 4 rotor and its lighter that the others.. duh.... whos fault is it anyways? not the rotary engine but the other engines itself due to the other metal parts they have to throw into make there car run properly and all we need is just the e-shaft, the rotor, get the apex seals done, housing, and wa-la.. boom an engine which makes alot of horse out of that small engine.. also our engine are much more smaller compare to your piston engines...

Audi R10
okay and about the Audi R10.. this thing is much more updated with technology if you dont notice.. if you compared the Audi back where the 787b in Le Mans the Audi would have a chance probably because of technology.. havent you notice that technology has grown so much that all these cars are more top-noch... and probably the Audi R10 could have a good chance also because it has all of these mods on it:

Engine: TDI turbodiesel engine; Shell V-Power Diesel
Engine Size: 5.5 L, all-aluminium bi-turbo 90° V12
Turbo: Two Garrett TR3076R turbochargers
Fuel Injection: Bosch Motronic (MS14) 1600 bar piezo injectors
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Lo-ZeR wrote:


revolutionofone wrote:


Lo-ZeR wrote:

sorry guys... you guys are wrong about those post.. lol... well try this one the mazda 787b which was never put back on Le Mans because the weight of the engine compare to the others was very light, but whats the reason for elimating the 787b? who knows, but it took first place like nothing though. for more information you have to research yourself.. ha!
here it is the 787b:


787b was eliminated because of several advantages over the rest of the competitors. The new Audi R10 would spank that 787b.


in your dreams boy! i doubt that... there is nothing that the 787b have that gives the car advantages... what are the advantages? why dont you explain what 787 has that the others dont... it has a engine, it runs, different frame, but so what? its modify like the rest? whats the difference? just the engine.. right? that doesnt mean that they have to eliminate the 787... well it doesnt matter now right... now you guys have to watch out for the Furai instead... plus you piston heads have no clue how the rotary works probably... so if i were you i wouldnt say nothing because all i can say is, is that an engine is an engine... even built differently or runs with a rotary or not its still an engine... people cant just say that o yeah that thing have 4 rotor and its lighter that the others.. duh.... whos fault is it anyways? not the rotary engine but the other engines itself due to the other metal parts they have to throw into make there car run properly and all we need is just the e-shaft, the rotor, get the apex seals done, housing, and wa-la.. boom an engine which makes alot of horse out of that small engine.. also our engine are much more smaller compare to your piston engines...

Audi R10
okay and about the Audi R10.. this thing is much more updated with technology if you dont notice.. if you compared the Audi back where the 787b in Le Mans the Audi would have a chance probably because of technology.. havent you notice that technology has grown so much that all these cars are more top-noch... and probably the Audi R10 could have a good chance also because it has all of these mods on it:

Engine: TDI turbodiesel engine; Shell V-Power Diesel
Engine Size: 5.5 L, all-aluminium bi-turbo 90° V12
Turbo: Two Garrett TR3076R turbochargers
Fuel Injection: Bosch Motronic (MS14) 1600 bar piezo injectors


The car was banned for unfair weight advantages. The 2.6L four rotor engine made the car have a near perfect 50/50 weight ratio with a total weight of 1831 lbs. On top of that, the actual power output of the 787b was higher than the rest of the competition. Most prototype cars weigh 2000lbs.

Car's just don't get banned from Le Mans for no reason.

I know how a rotary works. I'm a rotary nuthead. Do you know who SCR is?

Yeah rotary will push more HP per liter than a piston engine but you don't make torque. At a stock 276HP(as claimed by Mazda), you have 230lb.ft. The RB26, a piston motor, makes 276hp and 293lb.ft. Honda engines don't make alot of torque also. Why are some of them quick? They're just like rotarys, they rev higher.
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thelast75z wrote:

sorry guys but most of those are concept car!!! the NISMO Z-Tune Skyline is the Quickest Pruduction Car Ever.



get off its nuts!!!!!!!!!


Sorry, but the Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 is the fastest production car ever made.


dude i have to contradict on what sayin becuz the bugatti is not a production car, it hand made which about three a year!!!!!
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thelast75z wrote:


mk3supra wrote:


thelast75z wrote:

sorry guys but most of those are concept car!!! the NISMO Z-Tune Skyline is the Quickest Pruduction Car Ever.



get off its nuts!!!!!!!!!


Sorry, but the Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 is the fastest production car ever made.


dude i have to contradict on what sayin becuz the bugatti is not a production car, it hand made which about three a year!!!!!


The Skylines are hand made and they're production cars. The 22b STi was a hand made production car.
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revolutionofone wrote:


Lo-ZeR wrote:


revolutionofone wrote:


Lo-ZeR wrote:

sorry guys... you guys are wrong about those post.. lol... well try this one the mazda 787b which was never put back on Le Mans because the weight of the engine compare to the others was very light, but whats the reason for elimating the 787b? who knows, but it took first place like nothing though. for more information you have to research yourself.. ha!
here it is the 787b:


787b was eliminated because of several advantages over the rest of the competitors. The new Audi R10 would spank that 787b.


in your dreams boy! i doubt that... there is nothing that the 787b have that gives the car advantages... what are the advantages? why dont you explain what 787 has that the others dont... it has a engine, it runs, different frame, but so what? its modify like the rest? whats the difference? just the engine.. right? that doesnt mean that they have to eliminate the 787... well it doesnt matter now right... now you guys have to watch out for the Furai instead... plus you piston heads have no clue how the rotary works probably... so if i were you i wouldnt say nothing because all i can say is, is that an engine is an engine... even built differently or runs with a rotary or not its still an engine... people cant just say that o yeah that thing have 4 rotor and its lighter that the others.. duh.... whos fault is it anyways? not the rotary engine but the other engines itself due to the other metal parts they have to throw into make there car run properly and all we need is just the e-shaft, the rotor, get the apex seals done, housing, and wa-la.. boom an engine which makes alot of horse out of that small engine.. also our engine are much more smaller compare to your piston engines...

Audi R10
okay and about the Audi R10.. this thing is much more updated with technology if you dont notice.. if you compared the Audi back where the 787b in Le Mans the Audi would have a chance probably because of technology.. havent you notice that technology has grown so much that all these cars are more top-noch... and probably the Audi R10 could have a good chance also because it has all of these mods on it:

Engine: TDI turbodiesel engine; Shell V-Power Diesel
Engine Size: 5.5 L, all-aluminium bi-turbo 90° V12
Turbo: Two Garrett TR3076R turbochargers
Fuel Injection: Bosch Motronic (MS14) 1600 bar piezo injectors


The car was banned for unfair weight advantages. The 2.6L four rotor engine made the car have a near perfect 50/50 weight ratio with a total weight of 1831 lbs. On top of that, the actual power output of the 787b was higher than the rest of the competition. Most prototype cars weigh 2000lbs.

Car's just don't get banned from Le Mans for no reason.

I know how a rotary works. I'm a rotary nuthead. Do you know who SCR is?

Yeah rotary will push more HP per liter than a piston engine but you don't make torque. At a stock 276HP(as claimed by Mazda), you have 230lb.ft. The RB26, a piston motor, makes 276hp and 293lb.ft. Honda engines don't make alot of torque also. Why are some of them quick? They're just like rotarys, they rev higher.


I wouldn't have a clue who SCR is... but even though the rotary can push much more horse that piston... how and why did you bring up the RB26 in for? im lost right there.. but did you notice that you've changed the subject there? well back to what we were talking about... the Audi R10 might have some advantages but at the same time it could be very close... "Techology" is the key to everyones success, remember that also... dont get me negative thoughts or anything im just saying what i have to say.. no argue no nothing im just saying...
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Lo-ZeR wrote:


revolutionofone wrote:


Lo-ZeR wrote:


revolutionofone wrote:


Lo-ZeR wrote:

sorry guys... you guys are wrong about those post.. lol... well try this one the mazda 787b which was never put back on Le Mans because the weight of the engine compare to the others was very light, but whats the reason for elimating the 787b? who knows, but it took first place like nothing though. for more information you have to research yourself.. ha!
here it is the 787b:


787b was eliminated because of several advantages over the rest of the competitors. The new Audi R10 would spank that 787b.


in your dreams boy! i doubt that... there is nothing that the 787b have that gives the car advantages... what are the advantages? why dont you explain what 787 has that the others dont... it has a engine, it runs, different frame, but so what? its modify like the rest? whats the difference? just the engine.. right? that doesnt mean that they have to eliminate the 787... well it doesnt matter now right... now you guys have to watch out for the Furai instead... plus you piston heads have no clue how the rotary works probably... so if i were you i wouldnt say nothing because all i can say is, is that an engine is an engine... even built differently or runs with a rotary or not its still an engine... people cant just say that o yeah that thing have 4 rotor and its lighter that the others.. duh.... whos fault is it anyways? not the rotary engine but the other engines itself due to the other metal parts they have to throw into make there car run properly and all we need is just the e-shaft, the rotor, get the apex seals done, housing, and wa-la.. boom an engine which makes alot of horse out of that small engine.. also our engine are much more smaller compare to your piston engines...

Audi R10
okay and about the Audi R10.. this thing is much more updated with technology if you dont notice.. if you compared the Audi back where the 787b in Le Mans the Audi would have a chance probably because of technology.. havent you notice that technology has grown so much that all these cars are more top-noch... and probably the Audi R10 could have a good chance also because it has all of these mods on it:

Engine: TDI turbodiesel engine; Shell V-Power Diesel
Engine Size: 5.5 L, all-aluminium bi-turbo 90° V12
Turbo: Two Garrett TR3076R turbochargers
Fuel Injection: Bosch Motronic (MS14) 1600 bar piezo injectors


The car was banned for unfair weight advantages. The 2.6L four rotor engine made the car have a near perfect 50/50 weight ratio with a total weight of 1831 lbs. On top of that, the actual power output of the 787b was higher than the rest of the competition. Most prototype cars weigh 2000lbs.

Car's just don't get banned from Le Mans for no reason.

I know how a rotary works. I'm a rotary nuthead. Do you know who SCR is?

Yeah rotary will push more HP per liter than a piston engine but you don't make torque. At a stock 276HP(as claimed by Mazda), you have 230lb.ft. The RB26, a piston motor, makes 276hp and 293lb.ft. Honda engines don't make alot of torque also. Why are some of them quick? They're just like rotarys, they rev higher.


I wouldn't have a clue who SCR is... but even though the rotary can push much more horse that piston... how and why did you bring up the RB26 in for? im lost right there.. but did you notice that you've changed the subject there? well back to what we were talking about... the Audi R10 might have some advantages but at the same time it could be very close... "Techology" is the key to everyones success, remember that also... dont get me negative thoughts or anything im just saying what i have to say.. no argue no nothing im just saying...


South Coast Rotary Performance, they specialize in rotary performance and own several rotary powered cars that go 10 and faster in the 1/4. They boast their special "unbreakable" apex seals.

I brought up the RB26 because it's makes the same amount of horsepower and but more torque than the 13b. I'm not changing no subjects, I'm stating that the rotary is a high revving engine and that's the only way it makes power.

You were trying to tell everyone here that the 787b is the fastest car (or fastest Le Mans prototype) in the world. In reality, the Audi R10 is the fastest LMP. If you're going to bring up advances in technology blah blah, this that. The Chaparral 2D racecar was a demon in it's era as well as almost every other Chaparral car.
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