Nissan GT-R Hood FAIL at 180MPH!!!

As you can see in the video, the owner tries using tape to keep the air out from under the hood, but it clearly wasn’t enough. The sheer force of the air at those speeds just RIPPED this hood right off the car!

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+17 1. enuffsanuff commented 4 years ago

Go Pro took a lickin' and kept on tickin'.....that was kinda cool.
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+7 2. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

#1 those things are amazing for the price. If only I'd thought of it! :S
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-1 3. Derpgeek commented 4 years ago

That blue tape didn't hold the hood down.
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+1 4. joeman commented 4 years ago

Painters tape...
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+2 5. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

Lucky it didn't take the windscreen with it :|
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0 6. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

The hood was lightweight carbon fiber and didn't have enough mass to crack the windshield. I am just impressed that the camera survived and was still recording.
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+3 7. brandx commented 4 years ago

The tape is not to hold the hood down it is used to cover gaps in the bodywork to improve the aerodynamics.
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+4 8. sunnydaze4me commented 4 years ago

#7 Yea they should have used the 200 mph tape used by NASCAR.
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0 9. Thanny commented 4 years ago

The question is, what did they do to break the hood attachment? A stock GT-R can go that speed without its hood flying off.
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+4 10. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

They used a lightweight carbon fiber after-market hood to save weight and it evidently did not attach as securely as the stock hood.
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+1 11. Infected commented 4 years ago

That happens when you have way too much horse power under the hood :D <3 <3 That sound i can smell tyres burnning.