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    This is what engine needs to be in a replica

    I am speechless....
    Wait for the driving part.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5ZIomet8Yk

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    Re: This is what engine needs to be in a replica

    Yeah I agree but whats it gonna cost ya?

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    Re: This is what engine needs to be in a replica

    there's no way that's real.... lol check out the lines moving...SLOWLY...and the super high RPMs moves like a citation or yugo

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    Re: This is what engine needs to be in a replica

    If it's real I want one. Italian sound with German engineering. What could be better than that?

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    same basic engine as zonda pretty cheap on ebay. as for the price of the exhaust system :'(

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    I want one of this.. What is this?? Where i can buy?? What cost??

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    from what i understood its a stock v12 w220 benz s600 motor with straight pipes and some very expensive headers...

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    Re: This is what engine needs to be in a replica

    so it just sounds like a F1 car doing about 20 mph? How could it possibly be sounding like that and not going anywhere near the speed it should be with those kind of rpms. I refer to the driving portion of the video more than anything else, something just doesn't fit in my opinion. those lines should be jumping around like good n plenties pouring from a box, the white ones. Anyone else see this

    Will

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    Re: This is what engine needs to be in a replica

    I really like the sound of it as well, not sure if its real though. IF it is real remember that the exhaust pipes on (most) replicas is going to be ALOT shorter than this car; will change the exhaust profile and note to some degree I would think.

    michael
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    Re: This is what engine needs to be in a replica

    Quote Originally Posted by F40 LM
    I really like the sound of it as well, not sure if its real though. IF it is real remember that the exhaust pipes on (most) replicas is going to be ALOT shorter than this car; will change the exhaust profile and note to some degree I would think.

    michael
    Very good point!

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