Thursday, 11 March 2010
Top Secret Drag-R II
Japanese tuning outfit Top Secret have built some pretty legendary cars over the years. One that's been much in the limelight recently, due to its sale by the current UK owner, is the Drag-R II. It originally found fame in Max Power's 'Beasts from the East' video, clocking over 200mph in a tunnel in central Tokyo. (Beware of the shouty commentary.)
The Drag-R II produced around 800bhp on pump fuel (or 1000bhp on race fuel) thanks to a lengthy list of modifications that's too enormous to list here; highlights include a race-spec engine with various Tomei and Trust internals, huge HKS turbos, carbon-fibre body addenda, full Cusco rollcage, stripped interior, Lexan windows, R34 Brembo brakes and, just for fun, a line-lock. The Stack dash's memory still reads 328km/h...
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Posted by juice at 13:10