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Old 08-19-2020, 05:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hyundai IONIQ land speed record

On November 2, 2016, a modified production IONIQ set an FIA speed record, at 157.825 mph at Bonneville.
* nose was tweaked
* airdam was extended
* wiper delete
* some gaps taped
* air curtains sealed off
* mirror-delete
* lowered
* belly mods
* MOONs
* Goodyear EAGLE racing tires
It's fascinating that, again, when the reputation of the corporation is at stake, the convex, full disc, wheel covers are preferred, and the drag-reducing air curtains are abandoned.
It's an easy GOGGLE. Some nice high-res photos.
caradvice.com.au/495052/hyundai-ioniq-set-land-speed-record-at-bonneville

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Old 08-20-2020, 02:38 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Also easy to click Insert Link and paste the link there.

Running on Goodyears wasn't a bad idea just a day ago.
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Headlining the enhancements is the use of a single-stage nitrous injection system
They had more luck than Tyler Hoover:

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Old 08-21-2020, 10:24 AM   #4 (permalink)
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My guess is, that Toyota engineered all the engine components for a limited BMEP, and adding extra atmosphere sent it over that threshold.
In the Prius, the electric motor assist is equivalent to the nitrous injection. Pistons, con-rods, and crank journals never feel a thing.
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My guess is, that Toyota engineered all the engine components for a limited BMEP, and adding extra atmosphere sent it over that threshold.
Your guess is (as I am afraid is very often the case here) quite wrong. I supercharged - and then turbocharged - a Prius over 15 years ago and the engine coped without any worry at all.
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Your guess is (as I am afraid is very often the case here) quite wrong. I supercharged - and then turbocharged - a Prius over 15 years ago and the engine coped without any worry at all.
Did you operate at W.O.T., continuously, for 12-miles ? What was the difference in B.M.E.P.?
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I supercharged - and then turbocharged - a Prius.
I would love to see some pictures of this car.
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Your search term is https://duckduckgo.com/?q=autospeed+turbo+prius&ia=web

There may be a summary page, there're 55 pages of feature cars maybe it's in there.
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Did you operate at W.O.T., continuously, for 12-miles ? What was the difference in B.M.E.P.?
This is typical Aerohead. Completely wrong, so changes the proposition of the argument.

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My guess is, that Toyota engineered all the engine components for a limited BMEP, and adding extra atmosphere sent it over that threshold.
You are wrong. But rather than recognise that, now it becomes:

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Did you operate at W.O.T., continuously, for 12-miles?
No I didn't, and that is not what was required to prove that your point was quite wrong.

The car didn't go on a dyno, but BMEP would have been up considerably - I ran highest boost at peak torque.

All in all, a good example of Aerohead's posts - about half are are wrong, misleading or irrelevant.
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I would love to see some pictures of this car.
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