I would say it most likely doesn’t just on its own. Now combined with other components like tuning etc it should help. They look great though. Goes from one filter stock to two cone filters. So it should breath better.Nice work @Call me Al . As they say across the pond here, proof is in the pudding. 4 seconds is quite a marked improvement. I am curious about the CF I take and the 25whp increase. How does just an intake even with better flow geometry provide that much gain on its own? I am slightly puzzled. Nice photos again.
Thanks it was a really fun day!Nice work @Call me Al . As they say across the pond here, proof is in the pudding. 4 seconds is quite a marked improvement. I am curious about the CF I take and the 25whp increase. How does just an intake even with better flow geometry provide that much gain on its own? I am slightly puzzled. Nice photos again.
I’ll leave them on there for a few more months. It’s fun to drive around town with the on everyone looks at you and smiles a lot of people know about the gold rush rally here.I love that you've left all the stickers on it. Makes it look like a serious racing car.
Have you considered entering it into any SCCA Time Attack events? I bet you'd mop the place up.
Ok, this is where you lost me. Everyone knows Alfas are unreliable junk, and you're better off buying anything German instead of this Italian lemon. So let me ask, should I get a Giulia? I'm concerned about reliability..blah..blah..blah...I say that’s a pretty reliable car!
Damn right I was the last man standing and also king of the track over 50 cars!Ok, this is where you lost me. Everyone knows Alfas are unreliable junk, and you're better off buying anything German instead of this Italian lemon. So let me ask, should I get a Giulia? I'm concerned about reliability..blah..blah..blah...
Keep it up, you're my hero!
That's really cool. Can you link the article?Ha ha apparently the word is out about the Giuila QV . One of my videos beating up the GT3RS cars has gone viral and is it 7000+ views and climbing in just 1 day!
Apparently they’re even talking about this in Italy.
But I don’t know what they’re saying?!😂
Wonder if they know where Oregon is!🤔
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Thank you it’s interesting to read what the Italians wrote. The article is quite nice I translated it with Google translate. I’ll post that part too it’s not perfect but you can get the gist.That's really cool. Can you link the article?
Driver is key!Thank you it’s interesting to read what the Italians wrote. The article is quite nice I translated it with Google translate. I’ll post that part too it’s not perfect but you can get the gist.
The comments are kind of funny to pretty crazy. Some guy is complaining about dusty apexes, one saying that it looks like a go kart track lol. And one guy swears it’s a video game!
Un video ci regala le emozioni on board dell'azione di un'Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, impegnata in pista sull'Oregon Raceway Park, dove il suo pilota ingaggia un duello con un "rivale" al volante di una Porsche 911 GT3 RS. La supercar tedesca, sulla carta, è favorita, perché maggiormente specialwww.clubalfa.it
Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio challenges a Porsche 911 GT3 RS | Video
A few minutes in the name of emotions, with an Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio on the hunt for a Porsche.
A video gives us the on board emotions of the action of an Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, engaged on the track in Oregon Raceway Park, where its driver engages in a duel with a "rival" at the wheel of a Porsche 911 GT3 RS. The German supercar, on paper, is favored, because it is more specialized for use on the track, but in such cases, a top driver can make the difference.
I do not anticipate anything about the dynamics of the comparison, but here there is a lack of analytical references, which can give it scientific connotations. Basically, there is no winner and loser, because it was not a race and because the two drivers in the driver's seat do not have the same stuff or, perhaps, the same desire to push to the limit.
All things being equal, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS probably would have no difficulty setting better times than its Milanese rival and gaining ground even in a conspicuous way, but we are interested in tasting the magic of behavior of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, which really proves to be very incisive between the curbs, with unexpected dynamics for a four-door car, even if it is as sporty as in its case.
A very sharp snake car
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, queen of emotions, enjoys the thrust of a 510 horsepower 2.9 V6 twin-turbo engine, derived from Ferrari, called upon to express itself on a weight of 1524 kilograms. This model is the showcase of the Milanese brand's excellence, with a winning DNA and an unmistakably Italian style. Its performance is at the top of the category.
The energy force is discharged to the ground, on the rear wheels only, with the help of an 8-speed gearbox which, in Race mode, ensures lightning-fast gear changes in just 150 milliseconds. The electronics on the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio are at the service of safety and emotions, to provide the most authentic and engaging experience behind the wheel. The range of solutions offered for dynamic enjoyment is wide and includes: Alfa Active Suspension active suspension, Alfa DNA Pro selector with Race mode, Alfa Active Aero splitter, coordinated and adapted in real time by the Alfa Chassis control unit Domain Control, which allows the car and the driver to always have the ideal conditions to take full advantage of the vehicle's exceptional performance.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio with its head held high
The numbers are important, even if in such cases they appear reductive compared to the consistency of the package: acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is cleared in just 3.9 seconds, while the top speed reaches 307 km / h. Needless to say, the sound is at the top, also given the hand put in by the men from Maranello. Handling is also a reference. The on-track behavior of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, shown in this camera car on Oregon Raceway Park, confirms this.
The other car starring in the shoot is, as we said, a Porsche 911 GT3, which embodies the boldest spirit of the Stuttgart brand. It is a beast that is perfectly at ease on the track, where it leaves little hope for its rivals, with equal driving skills. The beating heart of the model is a 4-liter, 6-cylinder aspirated boxer engine, which delivers a maximum power of 520 horsepower. Its frame, specific for use between the curbs, gives a dynamic surgical cutting behavior.
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is liquidated in 3.2 seconds, while the maximum speed is pushed to an altitude of 312 km / h. What the numbers do not tell, however, are its reference dynamics, especially on the circuit. A good driver behind the wheel of an Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, however, can draw different and unrealistic scenarios in a homogeneous picture, for example keeping pace without problems. To you the frames offered by the film, which we advise you to enjoy with the speakers rigorously turned on. Good vision!
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