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Old 02-17-2012, 02:24 PM
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Originally Posted by coolieman1220 View Post
Lets see,

335d - Straight 6
Audi Q5, 09' was a V6 but thats recently been upgraded for a turbo 4
Jetta is a 4 bangin diesel
Ducati Monster is a L twin

so that puts me at 16 cylinders and 7.8 liters of displacement.
702 horsepower
952 ftlbs of torque

no bad at all!

Do turbo's still get a 1.5 liter displacement multiplication? or diesels?
Well now we're putting in camshafts and valves?

7 camshafts for 58 valves.
8 exhuast tips for 4 vehicles
4 turbo chargers
54.1 gallons of fuel
20.1 quarts of oil
3920mm of tire width (including winter tires)

revised my math with proper specs:
703 horsepower average of 44 per cylinder, 90 horses a liter
977 ftlbs of torque. average of 61 per cylidner, 125 ftlbs a liter.

all that at a brand new price of $135,000 USD MSRP. almost $8,500 a cylinder, $192 a horsepower, $138 a ftlbs of torque & $17,307 a liter.

Ok back to work.
09 Ducati Monster 696
09 Audi Q5 3.2
03 Infiniti G35 Sedan
07 Honda Civic Coupe LX 5spd

10 BMW 335d
12 Audi Q5 2.0t
10 VW Jetta TDI
11 Ducati Monster 796
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