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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
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go go me childish-mobile not sponsored by tgf pls dont sue
"Properly quick, and pretty damn useless." -Ted Maddix.
The Huntsman 550, 600, 620, and 660-RR are modern supercars based on an aluminum spaceframe chassis and... Also aluminum bodywork. Unlike most supercars of the era the thing doesn't weigh as much as a freight train and can corner better than most-anything on the market. The sole engine is a 4.2 liter V-10 that comes in several different tuning options. Seats two rather uncomfortably.
550: "Run of the mill" model with a six speed gearbox, 550 series V-10 engine, dual exhaust, and no spoiler.
600: 550 with slightly beefier cams and freer-flowing exhausts.
620: 600 with wider tires and lower, stiffer suspension along with a small boost in power.
650-RR: Road-going race model with even stiffer, lower suspension and even wider semi-slick tires. Also comes with an affixed wing unlike the 600 and 620, which both have a pop-up wing that lifts at 60 and under braking.
1050-TRX: Nicknamed the T-Rex both because of the name and because of it's affinity for being the loudest car on the field, the TRX was built with a 5.1 Liter V-10 (as opposed to the production 4.8) and some massive engine tuning. Surprisingly enough, the car was one of two on the race field in the class that was naturally aspirated. Also had an affinity for being sketchy as fuck to drive.
550: 551 HP, 568 Torque.
600: 612 HP, 609 Torque.
620: 619 HP, 633 Torque.
650-RR: 657 HP, 702 Torque.
TRX: 1088 HP and 989 Torque.
"Under 5 Liters" GT400 endurance car: #58 and #59 650-RRs, nicknamed the gruesome twosome because of properly lethal acceleration.
GT1000 24 hour endurance race: Two 1050-TRX models (#595 and #666), one was run off the road "accidentally" by a Civetta BR90 Bolide, resulting in a warning card being drawn on the Civetta and the permanent lobotomy of driver Tony Strada, who was driving #595.
#666 won doe.
darn it, I really thought about that for a second
well, I guess I can't now
Hirochi Sunburst (2014-Preset)
''Since the 80s the sunburst has been a car guy's dream it mean comapct seden with great mpg and cheap price''
What is it?
A modern japense car mostly based on Subrau Impreza but with some Corolla Design back end FWD/AWD/Struts/Multlink
Budget-Sold in China and India comes with ABS,2 Airbags,AC,Vinyl Seats,Bare bones Gauge Cluster
Budget+-Sold in more markets Comes With 4 Airbags,ESC,Cloth,Radio,Gauge Cluster
Base-Chepeast Model sold in US,Europe,Aus comes with 8 Airbags,And high-tech fetures
Sport-Comes with more powerful engine
Sport R,Sport RS-Super Sport verisons with 2.2L I4 making 400HP
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2014 onward Sunbutt would just be a facelifted vanilla sunbutt.
So why not just have one from the 80s?
@Kueso is making one.
its from 97
but ok lmao
close enough for him
1982 - 1992 Bruckell Guerilla ( Based off the 1983 Pontiac Firebird and 1984 Chevrolet Camaro )
"The second generation Guerilla has just as much attitude as it's bigger and older brother with a even bigger death-wish. Do you think you can tame this American missile before it sees red?"
GS: The GS Guerilla was designed to be as fuel efficient as possible without being as boring as other 1980s economy cars. It is powered by a 90hp 2.5L I4 and has a 4 speed manual transmission with a high gear ratio and it's pop up headlights have been replaced with fixed headlights to make the car more aerodynamic. There's not much else to say about this Guerilla, it's as bare bones as a car can get.
V6: The Guerilla V6 is powered by a 135hp 2.8L V6 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission, depends on what you want. It also comes with a AM radio with a cassette player, A/C, and a small lip spoiler.
V8: The V8 Guerilla V8 is insanity on four wheels, nothing less. It is powered by either a 5.0L 190hp or a 5.7L 220hp V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission. It also comes with removable T-tops, leather seats, rear window louvers, a two tone paint job, sport suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes, a limited slip differential, sport tires, chrome or gold mesh wheels, sway bars, and special V8 badges.
V6 TT: The V6 TT was Bruckell's attempt to make a fast car that wouldn't raise suspicion, though it was only available for 1989. It looks identical to the regular Guerilla V6, but underneath the hood is a 250hp 3.8L Twin Turbo V6 couple to a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission. It also has all of the options of the V8 model, minus the window louvers.
The Avenger: The Avenger is a heavily modified Red and Black Guerilla V8 that was brought back from the dead after being run off the road and nearly burnt to a crisp. It is powered by a nitrous snorting 5.7L V8 with a stage 2 supercharger sticking out of the hood that's pushing over 600 horses to the rear wheels coupled to a racing 5 speed manual transmission. It's been given very thick racing tires, racing suspension, ABS, racing sway bars, extended rear fenders, a full roll cage, bucket seats, racing harnesses, and a gold ring hanging by a silver chain attached to the rear view mirror to remind the dead man who owns this Guerilla why he built this death trap.
Drag: This Guerilla was designed to take down any opponent at the drag strip. This 220mph metal coffin is powered by a 1500hp Supercharged V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission. It has also been given semi slick tires, racing suspension, a aerodynamic body kit, fixed headlights, a ducktail spoiler, a stripped interior, a full roll cage, bucket seats, and a replica paint job copying Jeremy Webster's 1967 Moonhawk drag car "Prowler".
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the V6 TT Automatic model)
Guerilla more like tequila
You already said that.
The first suggestion was for the first generation Guerilla (1977 - 1981), this is the second generation Guerilla (1982 - 1992).
Kettentaube / Fango Piccione / 山鳩
Multinational post war get-together idea that was put into limited production with the help of private funding from South-America.
Italians stayed on the project this time and they managed to produce the cuddliest sounding miniblock V8 diesel.
Lead design and drivetrain by ETK
Body by Ibishu
Engine by Civetta
Ah, I see.
I didn't see that part.
is that a pigeon half-track
Sure is (Paint). I would also accept T-Series half-track to be made.
ETK U-Series (2004-2012):
It is a...
...2000s German ultra-luxury car. Styling mostly based on the W221 Mercedes S-Class, but with the 1st gen Bentley Continental Flying Spur roofline and BMW 9-Series rendering front end (but with a higher front end). Unibody, front longitudinal engine RWD/AWD, all-wheel multilink suspension. Comes in SWB and LWB versions.
U8(l/x) - Equipped with a 335/372 HP 4.8 V8, 6-/8-speed automatic, RWD/AWD with a rear LSD, standard air suspension, premium brake pads, ABS, ESP, TCS, variable-ratio power steering and 17" alloys.
U8td(l/x) - As above, but with a 330/365 HP 4.0 V8 biturbodiesel and different alloys,
U12tt(l/x) - As above, but with a 526 HP 6.0 biturbo V12, front LSD in the AWD version, glass roof, individual rear seats and 18" alloys.
U12ttd(l) - As above, but with a 495 HP 6.0 biturbodiesel V12, standard AWD and different alloys.
U12ttsport(+/x) - As above, but with a 610 HP 6.0 bitubo V12, without standard AWD, with sport air suspension, sport brakes and sport pads, sport rear LSD, launch control, 20" alloys and sport bumpers.
U18tt(l)x - As above, but with a 625 HP 7.5 triturbo W18 engine, without sport suspension, sport bumpers or launch control, with premium brake pads and with 18" alloys.
U18tttsport+(l) - Like the U12ttsport, but with 765 HP, sport front LSD, uprated brakes and 21" alloys.
Rennen - As above, but with 960 HP, wide-track race suspension, race LSDs, uprated brakes with sport pads, carbon fiber alloys, matte paint, tinted windows and a carbon fiber widebody kit with a vented hood.
Custom - Based on the U18ttlx, but with a pearlescent paintjob, body color window tint, a custom bodykit, custom entertainment system, body color interior and 26" rims.
VIP - Based on the U18ttlx, but with an armored body, bulletproof windows and tires, run-flat tires, a smoke screen thrower and flag mounts on the hood.
Beater - Based on the U18ttlx, but with the engine in limp home mode, sagged suspension, worn brakes, dented-up bodywork and cheap 22" rims.
So the ETK S-Series?
Higher than that.