We all know how the fastest car in the world pissing match has turned out...what id like to know is what a fully stripped or modified Bugatti could to in theory....Like removing cat etc...
well you could always weld a big can of folgers onto the back of it, the honda guys are convinced that will give you a serious boost in power. Oh and you could slap layers upon layers of stickers on it too thatll give you at least another 500 hp to the ground but seriously why would you modify something thats perfect? to make it..... less perfect?
Quote, originally posted by turbott920 » APR turbo back, diode mod, manual boost contol, GIAC chip, and air intake
yeah the veyron probably has resonators and cats and all that crap...can you all imagine for a second what it would look/sound like?? a veyron shooting fireballs and gurgling like cars do when they don't have cats??! <----------x99999999
Quote, originally posted by kcn0113 » yeah the veyron probably has resonators and cats and all that crap...can you all imagine for a second what it would look/sound like?? a veyron shooting fireballs and gurgling like cars do when they don't have cats??! <----------x99999999
I would poop myself
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I doubt anyone has the ability to improve the performance of the car. Look at how much money was throw at it in R+D. Impossible. The whole car is built to function around one another. You can't bolt on some oem stuff from a shelf onto a completely carbon fiber chassis and be like "yeah, I just made that da' bomb!"
I guess you can paint it. Maybe a vtec sticker would yeild another 85hp at the wheels.
It could be interesting if they made a track version.
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they didnt make a track version... they made a lightweight version... they were so anal about saving weight that they didnt even put paint on the car... the polished the aluminum... there nutz!!! here it is
I'd head straight to ebay and buy like sixteen Turbonators.
BTW, the Pur Sang edition, as noted above, was a limited production "Pure Bred" car. They cleared the carbon bits and used special aluminum to ensure even polishing. There were only five made. I think it would look killer with some polished Dymag's.
It would be cool if some manufacturers started making performance parts for the Veyron. I'm sure the stock mapping is pretty conservative on a/f ratio and timing, so it would probably be possible to install an ECU and remap the ignition and fuel injection. Also, they could probably design some more aggressive camshafts for the car, as well as a better exhaust system. It is, after all, street legal, meaning it must pass emissions. If you upgraded the valvetrain, remapped the stock unit, and freed up the exhaust, I'm sure you could gain a lot of reliable horsepower out of the car. But the real question is, do you really need it?
The obvious answer is no.