The Queen Street Group: Famous among the young car enthusiasts. Being one of the first few customs shops (panel beaters/body shops) to provide “House of Kolor” paintjobs back then they were called Queen Street Smash Repairs, they became famous in an instant.
Today, they have custom built rotaries, chopper motorcycles, as seen on the video now HYPERCARS and SUPERCARS. They’ve recently become quite popular with these wedding entourage services.
Crowned the “External Combustion Rocket Zero-lag Teaser” also known as the ZLS (Zero Lag System). This anti-lag setup is one of the world’s most creative ideas. Now the traditional Anti-lag system just spools the turbo and only cuts ignition, in reality you still have to wait for that spool. This system, eliminates all the wait!
Now let’s meet Ben, one of the best engine calibration engineers from the United Kingdom. Ben has designed this fantastic system, where pulse-jets are mounted before the turbo (pre-turbo), these pulse-jets supply the air/gas to pre-spin (or keep spinning) the turbo which of course eliminates all the lag. Now .. where is this pulse-jet pulling the air/gas from? in theory (according to HMS Motosport) it’s possible that the pulse-jet (black box in picture) is pulling air from the hot side of the intercooler, and pulsating it back into the turbo, which of course keeps that turbo spinning. There’s also a charge-tank which of course stores and does all the pulsating – now before anyone shoots a million emails or facebook IMs asking where to get one, this charge/rocket cannister is a prodrive from a WRC.
Below here, is a short description quoted by LukeD, an email explanation from Rodney @SubaruWRCSpares.
This device is fitted to the header just in front of the turbo and works as a sophisticated anti-lag system.
Air and fuel are fed into a combustion chamber and ignited by a spark on over-run, it can be used in three stages (depending on how long you want the engine to last) and is the cause of the load banging noise that can be heard as these cars pass by and the flames coming out of the tail pipe. This system is used in conjunction with the boost pack which stores excess pressure in it’s own reservoir to be fed back into the engine inlet side of the inter cooler when the throttle is depressed after shut off.
All this is coupled to the “flat change” gear shift and launch control system which is of course controlled the the ECU.
This system, although dated-back to 2008, with China’s low prices is estimated to cost over $20,000 USD (using aftermarket parts). In reality this system is amazing, but way too costly to actual implement. If car manufacturers retailed the system as an option I guess it would be possible but again it would cost an arm, leg and an eyeball! Looks like this is another track-only mod (or if you live in the UAE). – Besides the fact, anti-lag means a system to stop it, zero-lag means a system to eliminate it entirely – you don’t even need to think twice about which one’s better. But what’s better for your pocket .. well with $100 antilag systems, it’s no question!
I guess this is wear aerodynamics really does count. Checkout this Audi RS3 hitting 365 km/h (227 mp/h).
If you’re curious.. how? well the RS3 is no average hatch. Just checkout it’s factory specs below. Now imagine this modified – and you get 545 kw (730 hp) and that’s like 0-100 in what?? 2 seconds or so lol.
- Performance: 0-100 km/h in 4.6 seconds (Imperial: 0-62 mph in 4.6 secs, max 155 mph, 31.0 mpg)
- Technical: 2,480 cc, 5 Cylinder, Turbocharged, AWD, 250 kw (335 bhp), 1,575 kg, 212 g/km CO2
There are so many GTR R34’s out there it’s not funny. But whose is the best? We’ve got the Dragsters, a few circuit based versions.. But what about an all rounder? With maximum power output and the perfect modifications. This animal puts out 982 AWHP and 660 lb-ft of torque. (732 kw / 895 nm). That ain’t quick, that’s crazy.
Source: SP Engineering
The RB26DETT is equipped with the following modifications
- Garrett twin GT35 turbos
- HKS Exhaust Manifold
- Stage 3 Stroker kit
- F-CON V Pro engine management system
- 1.2mm Head Gasket
- Valve guides
- Valve springs
- Stage 1 264 Intake & Exhaust camshafts
- Adjustable cam gears
- DLI II Twin Power ignition amplifier
- Fuel delivery pipe
- Fuel pressure regulator
- EVC VI
- Mixture Controller
- Full Exhaust
- Oil cooler
- External Wastegates
- Kansai Carbon/Kevlar Plug and Cam Gear Cover
- GReddy Type R three-row front-mount intercooler kit
- Type R blow-off valves
- Suction kit
- Oil pump
- High-capacity add-on oil pan
- Hypertune intake manifold
- Fuel rails
- SP Engineering intake
- Polished Cylinder Head
- Catch tank
- ARP head stud kit
- Denso 1,000cc injectors (x8)
- TITEK Innovations high-flow fuel pump
- ARC radiator
- Over flow tank
- Breather tank
- Garage Defend radiator diversion panel
- Hollinger Sequential Transmission
- OS Giken R3C Triple-Plate Clutch
- HKS Hipermax II Coilovers
- Cusco 24mm Front sway bar
- 24mm rear sway bar
- Nismo Bushing kit
- 19×9.5 Volk Racing TE37 Time Attack Edition wheels
- 275/30/19 Toyo Proxes T1R tires
Brembo GT kit w/ cross-drilled rotors (front and rear)
Nismo front bumper, carbon fiber lip, under tray, FRP aero bonnet, hood dampers; Do-Luck side skirts, rear wing, shortened plate stands; ARC rear under-diffuser; Nismo carbon fiber door pillar covers
Nismo gauge cluster, floor mats, Personal Neo Grinita Suede Steering Wheel, Works Bell quick release, Splash short hub, SP Engineering dry carbon panels
You gotta love these sarcastic, spoof, skit (whatever you like to call it) commercials. Especially with all the warnings like.. “Don’t drive through Fire” lol.
Take a look at this video, and get ready for the Ride of your life! In this new Subaru.
Source: Official Website http://www.therideofherlife.com