I would get a megasquirt to modify the fuel and spark tables and u
Stick a Ford V6 engine in..... like this!
Finished article doesn't look too bad actually!
As for mods.... gold plated engine bay and intake mani's (a la Macca F1), Worlds widest BBS Splits and 8 turbo's as 922lb/ft @ 2200rpm is way too laggy! Scooby bonnet scoop must add 50hp, of course you'd have to stick the engine in the front then!
a huge nitrous wet shot, water meth injection on duty after one bar boost, run two bar(two stage sequential or compound if not three) . run motec with 2x injectors for a dedicated race fuel cell to duty cycle in on demand, no more passenger seat, fire suppression, carbon fiber the **** out of it.. more aero, all carbon,better cooling.
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well id start by buying an awesome tow hook to put on the back, then id get a cold air intake system and a catback exhaust and put some k&n stickers on it and then id have like 50+ hp to the wheels. then id get some drag radials so when i go to the strip(once a year) i can get better times but ill dd them. then id gut the interior and get a bolt in roll age so i can run higher than 10s at the strip. that would be soooo sweet.
This is such a stupid thread lol.
Yes they are cool as sh*t cars but lets be honest here, two things I'd do:
1. Make someone redesign it. I don't want a Lambo that had sex with a beetle. but
2. A personal ball washer. (premium add-on. $5000)
I don't think I could/would mod this. It was made with such precision to give it all it's power and speed that messing with something could lead to a series of mishaps. I would however do the exhaust and interior. But anything else and I would imagine you would risk the integrity of the warp field this thing produces.
Some of this may not apply here in the US, between Magnusson-Moss and the First Sale doctrine (although first sale has been invalidated for foreign-made goods, now). However, VAG could get around that by simply requiring that all US-spec Veyrons be leased from Bugatti, with the lease term being indefinite, and the fee being $1/month once it's paid off.
And, IIRC, Tiff Needell mentioned, in his review of the Veyron, that it would phone home about him finding the traction control shutoff as soon as he turned it off.
It's not unprecedented to void warranties for high-performance driving, either - some manufacturers of far more plebian cars have even sent undercover agents to well-publicized autocrosses, and recorded VINs of cars to void warranties.
1000 horsepower at 4000 pounds, if you really think that a bugatti veyron doesn't have the best performance parts (including exhaust) known to man you are sadly mistaken, and on the topic of weight reduction, there is a reason this car with more horsepower than a small airplane weighs more than small airplane, it would sruggle to stay on the ground as it is, and last but not least if you plan on lowering the veyron why don't you look up the ride height in its performance mode (after it lowers itself) if you get any lower your going to be sweeping the dust off the streets
So if you think you can find a sensor, timer, or higher performance part for a veyron, think again, the reason it doesn't have that option is that you can't handle that option