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A '99 Eclipse GSX owned and driven by Brent Rau is the fastest 4 cylinder in the world in the 1/4 mile. It has run a 6.97@198mph. It has a 2 liter engine. As far as I know the fastest 4 cylinder car is a 1991 Eagle Talon TSI owned by John Shepherd with a 1/4 mile time of 7.70 secs @ 191.32 MPH. Acording to Hot VWs national racing records 4 cylinder A class dragster driven by Kris Lauffer truned in a 1/4 mile time of 6.60 sec in Sept '03 and a top speed of 203.98 mph in Oct '03
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the fastest cars r commet and super gt the infernus and the sultan rs
Mitsubishi EVO 10 FQ-400, 410hp/400ft-lbs. 3.8 0-60mph limited to 155mph
Lotus Esprit- 300hp and 168mph in 1993
The RS' top speed is the seventh-fastest at the lower end of the game's high-performance vehicles at 160 km/h (100 mph), however its acceleration is the fastest of any car in …the game, and its handling is excellent. The Sultan RS is clearly a sports car tuned for asphalt racing, with hard suspension and low profile tires, making it difficult to drive off road, or on wet or uneven roads. It lacks ABS as is customary with many ultra-lightweight track cars. The brakes are powerful, bringing the vehicle from its top speed to a standstill complete stop in very short distances (unlike other sports cars).
1992-1994 Jaguar xj220, TT 3.5L v6, 542hp/476ft-lbs. 217mph
the lotus exige 260s is the fastest non turbo 4 cylinder car...it will spring to 60 in 4 seconds flat, run the qtr n 12.7 seconds, and top out at 155... It is not turbocharged…, but does have a supercharger...the fastest normially aspirated four cylnder is likely the Honda s2000 which is now out of production whch had 237hp and a top speed of 155.
4 cylinder means that the engine has 4 pistons it means it has 4 pistons. the number of pistons can tell you how much speed and how much power
The Brabus Rocket http://www.supercars.net/cars/3197.html
its not, most 6 cylnder cars are rear wheel drive, to im improve handling, take a look at the old BMW 5 series m sport, as far as i know the most powerfull and fastest car of …its time.
It depends on production/tuner and N.A. or forced induction.. Production: Forced induction-SSC Tuatara- 1350hp/6800rpm, TT 6.9L V8 260+mph Normally aspirated- Ferrari 458 Ital…ia 562hp/9000rpm, 4.5L V8 202mph Tuner cars: FI-Heffner Motorsports Ford GT- TT 5.4L V8 1900+rwhp, 267mph in a standing mile!! NA-It has to be the Lingenfelter Z06-700+hp 226mph
Among production cars: European model of Honda Integra Type R 1997-2001 with advertised top speed 234 km/h and last model of European specs Honda Civic Type-R with advertised …235 km/h. The later DC5 Integra models should be even faster without the 180 km/h speed restriction obligatory in Japan.
Yes, why not as long as the both 12 volt what's the problem.
"Yes, they are if you want to save gas. But some people don't like it given the fact that they don't have much power." 4-cylinder engines respond quite well to forced induct…ion systems. A turbocharged 2.0 can make as much or more power than a naturally aspirated engine of more than double the size while still being very fuel efficient (if you can stand to drive like your grandmother.) Of course the power bands are quite different. In lager engines power is present mostly at lower engine speeds and tend to decline rapidly at higher RPMs. Turbochargers take time to build boost pressure or "spool up" thus their power is created at higher engine speeds and can continue to gain power until redline and beyond. 4-cylinder engines, which are smaller and weigh less, are capable of running at much higher engine speeds than larger engines. They have a large enough RPM range to be able to make up for "turbo-lag" (the sluggish, low RPM range before the turbo pressurizes and starts making power) and take advantage of the maximum turbo pressure for longer amounts of time per gear. And, if you drive it easy-like and don't allow the turbo to spool much you will still retain the excellent gas mileage of a smaller displacement engine.
1992-1996 Honda Prelude VTEC could reach 240km/h at the rev limiter.