The boys of Hoonigan have once again discovered an extreme vehicle. And this time it's a car from the Formula D champion Chris Forsberg. And by one Nissan Altima drift car with surname "Altimaniac". The sedan is currently doing around from 1.300 HP (1.318 PS / 969 kW), but depending on the vote are also from 2.000 HP (2.028 PS / 1.491 kW) feasible. The vehicle began life as a completely normal Altima until Forsberg and his team lent a hand and a special one Tubular chassis stuffed under the cover. The Altimaniac has therefore no longer built in any structurally important body parts. All that remains of the original car is the bumper, hood, and roof. The huge engine is from T1 Race Development which are known for to build some of the fastest GT-Rs in the world.
4,1-liter VR38DETT six-cylinder under the sheet metal
The Altima has been working since the renovation VR38DETT six-cylinder from the R35 GT-R with a engine capacity from 3,8 to 4,1 liters. And there was a lot too Billet aluminum upgrades for the engine in the form of a special crankshaft or high quality Connecting rods. In addition, they installed one Dry sump lubrication and modified the turbocharger clear. You're creating one now 35 psi boost pressure. As mentioned earlier, the upgrades allow between 1.300 and 2.000 horsepower, depending on the configuration. But apparently the Altimaniac is cannot approved for participation in Formula D. Forsberg has just converted the car into the ultimate party car for various advertising events and even one passenger seat Installed. You can see the Altimaniac in action in the following video!
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