Renault Sport F1 - Engine Test

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+6 1. MajorIdea commented 7 years ago

My poor ears :(
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+21 2. narf commented 7 years ago

I love how the exhaust pipes are glowing.
It is astonishing how much hightech is used to tame the raw power of the explosions happening in the engine.
:(|)
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+12 3. CorpseGrinder commented 7 years ago

that sound is just wonderful <3
too bad they are going to change the V8 to a V6 engine with the 2014 season :S
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-3 4. lolotbtc commented 7 years ago

I have gote 0,001% of the power of this engine on my car, but it is anough for me ! 8-)
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+27 5. krillemaster commented 7 years ago

#4 F1 engines have around 700-750hp I doubt that you got an engine with less than 1hp...
(1% would be ~7-7.5hp)
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+3 6. Tareim (admin) commented 7 years ago

#3 those v6 engines will have a turbo though :D

I would say (judging on previous turbo f1 cars) they are going to sound better, not as high pitch ear piercing
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0 7. 65roadrunner65 commented 7 years ago

I would try to become a F1 driver just to be able to hear those glorious engine notes :P
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-2 8. nokster commented 7 years ago

It's so beautifull that a tear actually fell.
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-2 9. jackDjohnson commented 7 years ago

Would love to hear this beast wind out 18,000 rpm's in my mustang with a X pipe and some 2 chamber Flowmasters !! :D
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+1 10. grator commented 7 years ago

#6 a german car magazin had a exclusive look at the new engines. They wrote, that we will miss the V8 sound like we miss the old V10. The new F1 cars will be more than 2s slower than the old ones too...
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0 11. Weebor commented 7 years ago

:O no wonder those engines drink more than a uni student on their 21st birthday, the constant stream from those injectors #0:16 even on down gear, #10 i see ur mustang and raise u a sand rail/dune buggy just for lols
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0 12. moskwiz commented 7 years ago

One of the most awesome things you can do with inner combustion engines ^^ F1!
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0 13. etplayer commented 7 years ago

Holy crap, the high flow of fuel heading into that thing is incredible, its just like a solid spray from a hose...
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0 14. SquidCap commented 7 years ago

F1 "only" consumes about 50 liters per 100km.. 2014 Turbos are gonna sound awesome, the turbo revs over 20000RPM (around 100k...) so it's main sound is not heard by humanears leaving the engine sound more pristine.. With less revs and more intake manifold pressure... It's gonna be sweet. Too bad we won't hear the traditional turbo blowback valve sound, they are gonna reuse that pressure to keep the turbo flowing on up/downshifts, not to mention there's gonna be almost zero turbo lag as the whole thing is attached to an electric motor/generator that can pre-spin the turbo on low revs..