Intended for the Nissan GT-R, but nothing prevents you from putting it in a Suzuki Alto
Elmer Racing, you may remember it from Thor. That is a 4.0-liter four-cylinder with 1,500 hp. The company is now working on a new project called Hel, based on the V6 from the Nissan GT-R. The target group consists of people who have a GT-R and simply want to go to 4,000 hp. Although nothing prevents you from putting the engine in a Suzuki Alto. All accessories of the GT-R, such as the water pump or the exhaust, would be easy to transfer to the new block.
The engine capacity of the new V6 measures 5 liters instead of 3.8 liters. The engine is designed for 400 bar cylinder pressure to achieve 4,000 hp. The maximum RPM in the drag race spec is 10,000 rpm. Incidentally, they do not take an existing engine to convert it. The V6 consists of all new parts; only the dimensions correspond to those of the old V6. At Elmer they call this engine the Max Hel. It must cost about 100,440 euros, including taxes in Finland. You can already order it on the website, but it is not ready yet.
The Elmer Racing Hell is not street legal
Elmer is also working on a motorcycle called TÜV Hel. This is not a Finnish way to tough to say, but a reference to the German counterpart of the APK. This bike will be a lot less extreme, but it could be approved for road use in countries like Germany. It produces about 1,000 horsepower and has a volume of about 4 liters. The price of this engine is not yet known.
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