The Pista has like 500lb ft at 2500 RPM though. Ferrari have these weird things in their engineering department called "Harry Potter wands." I didn't think they existed either until I've seen some new Ferraris do their thing.With a centrifugal supercharger it is more common than with a positive displacement style blower. The Ferrari you mention is turbocharged and it's a small engine at 3.9 liters. They have to wring it out to get the power. With a relatively large engine, that is not necessary.
Its starts with a meeting and someone saying "I want to be way faster than a ZL1 around the track, and I don't want to have any of the cooling issues GM had, we had enough nonsense with the non track pack cars"I dont know how that weight could even be close. I drive a supercharged premium GT. EVER OPTION! And the car only weighs 4100 pounds with my fat 265 pound ass in the car.
What was that someone said in the news recently The truth isn't the truth. Hopefully this isn't the truth.There are a few things that make me think this is fake. The bed spelling is clue number 1 to me.
Also max power is at 7500 RPM, which also happens to be max engine speed? Yeah that doesn't seem right to me.
I did the same as well. I think that 10R80 weight is wet. 3160 is dry and doesn't include shifter. Obviously not huge changes, but probably in the 100 lb delta. Either way it's not the 10R80...No? quick internet search 10R80 weighs 230lbs. 3160, 112lbs. 230-112=118.
ok. Add 3qts [email protected] 6lbs bringing the grand total to 124. you are nickel and dimeing me man LOL But you are right. Dont think it will use the 10speed. It was just a reference point. A DCT alternative still weighs near 200lbs dry. So you are right again. There will be about 100lb difference in xmsn.I did the same as well. I think that 10R80 weight is wet. 3160 is dry and doesn't include shifter. Obviously not huge changes, but probably in the 100 lb delta. Either way it's not the 10R80...