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Old 11-21-2006, 11:34 AM   #1
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BRABUS ROCKET - World Record for Street-Legal Sedans to 366 km/h

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BRABUS has been building the world's fastest street-legal sedans for several years running. This 'tradition' started in 1996 with the 330-km/h BRABUS E V12 and reached the next level in 2003 in the guise of the 350.2-km/h E V12 Biturbo. In 2006 the BRABUS ROCKET, built in small-series production and based on the Mercedes CLS series, improved the world record to 362.4 km/h. But the BRABUS R&D team wouldn't be the top-notch engineers they are if they were satisfied with that achievement. That's why in mid-October of 2006 they once more made the trek to the world-famous high-speed circular track in Nardo, Southern Italy. Under the keen eyes of the German Technical Inspection Agency (TÜV Süd) the 348,000-Euro ultra-performance automobile improved the world record for street-legal sedans to 365.7 km/h.

The BRABUS ROCKET is powered by a twin-turbo BRABUS SV12 S engine, fitted into the tight confines of the four-door's engine bay with almost surgical precision. The engine is based on the latest 600-series twelve-cylinder engines and was developed by BRABUS (Brabus-Allee, D-46240 Bottrop, phone + 49 / (0) 2041 / 777-0, fax + 49 / (0) 2041 / 777 111, Internet www.brabus.com) with the goal of combining maximum power with exquisite running smoothness and maximum environmental friendliness.

A special crankshaft, larger cylinder bore and larger forged pistons increase displacement from 5.5 to 6.3 liters. Airflow in both intake and outlet manifolds of both cylinder heads is optimized and sport camshafts are installed.

The engine peripherals also underwent numerous modifications: Larger turbochargers, a more efficient intercooling system and a stainless-steel high-performance exhaust system with four exhaust pipes and low back-pressure metal catalysts are all part of the BRABUS Rocket engine concept. Newly programmed engine electronics orchestrate the perfect interaction of all new components and contribute not only to maximum power yield but also to meeting the latest EURO IV emission limits.

The BRABUS SV12 S Biturbo engine, also available for all current Mercedes-Benz 600 and 65 models with twin-turbo V12 engine, produces a maximum power output of 730 hp / 537 kW at 5,100 rpm. Peak torque is 1,320 Nm, but is limited electronically to 1,100 Nm, available from a low 2,100 rpm. The top speed of 365.7 km/h, limited electronically for street-legal operation to 350 km/h, is not the only attribute that elevates the BRABUS ROCKET to the very top of its segment. The four-door is also among the fastest accelerating cars in the world: 0 – 100 km/h in 4.0 seconds, 0 – 200 km/h in 10.5 seconds, 0 – 300 km/h in 29.5 seconds are numbers as unique as this exclusive BRABUS automobile itself.

Power is transferred to the rear wheels via a modified five-speed automatic transmission and the BRABUS locking differential.

The BRABUS ROCKET engine and the entire drivetrain are operated with high-performance lubricants from technology partner ARAL.

To keep the enormous performance potential of the world's fastest sedan safely in check at all times the vehicle's aerodynamics, suspension and brakes were modified extensively.

Like all other BRABUS body components for the CLS models the BRABUS ROCKET front spoiler received its final aerodynamic touches in the wind tunnel. Its large air dams ensure optimal cooling-air supply for all radiators. More importantly, it reduces lift on the front axle and contributes to a further improved drag coefficient.

Its aerodynamic counterparts in the rear are the BRABUS rear spoiler lip for the trunk lid and the BRABUS rear fascia with integrated diffuser. They increase downforce and thus create a perfect aerodynamic balance.

The BRABUS rocker panels calm the airflow along the sides. As an additional feature the rocker panels and the rear fascia are equipped with integrated LED lights. Activated by the keyless-entry fob or by pulling on a door or trunk handle five LED lights an either side and in the rear of the vehicle illuminate the ground beside and behind the car.

To make the suspension even more agile and safe the BRABUS suspension engineers and test drivers in cooperation with Bilstein have developed a custom-calibrated height- adjustable coil-over suspension for the ROCKET. The gas-pressure shocks offer six selectable settings for bound and rebound.

Maximum stopping power is yet another active safety feature offered by the BRABUS ROCKET. The high-performance brake system features vented ceramic brake discs in size 375 x 36 mm and 12-piston aluminum fixed calipers on the front axle. Vented and perforated steel discs in size 355 x 28 mm and 6-piston aluminum fixed calipers on the rear axle complete this efficient and strong brake system.

The giant size of the brake components and the enormous vehicle performance necessitate the use of BRABUS Monoblock VI or S light-alloy wheels with 19-inch diameter. The BRABUS ROCKET features 8.5Jx19 wheels in front with 255/35 ZR 19 tires and 10Jx19 rims with 285/30 ZR 19 tires on the rear axle.

The BRABUS ROCKET also meets the expectations of the most discriminating customers when it comes to the interior: The cockpit is upholstered with soft and breathable BRABUS Mastik leather and Alcantara. Genuine-carbon-fiber applications are part of the sporty BRABUS interior as are an ergonomically shaped BRABUS sport steering wheel and the speedometer with 400-km/h dial.

For high-speed enthusiasts BRABUS sells it polo shirt in a "Special High-Speed Testing Edition." The high-quality shirt costs 75 euros and is available via the online shop at www.brabus.com.



So basically....dont try to out run this if you see it behind you...

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Old 11-21-2006, 11:47 AM   #2
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366kph = 227mph...aren't there a bunch of cars faster than this, I don't get it?
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366kph = 227mph...aren't there a bunch of cars faster than this, I don't get it?
Where they Street Legal Sedans?
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Old 11-21-2006, 12:06 PM   #4
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Old 11-21-2006, 12:07 PM   #5
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Old 11-21-2006, 12:11 PM   #6
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Old 11-21-2006, 12:37 PM   #7
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that was nice tho. hahah
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The need for speed! It's like a horsepower-induced drug for the performance-minded, a full-fledged addiction satisfied when the forces of gravity pull your body deeper into the seat and your adrenaline switch is set at high. While speed is not typically characteristic of a Volkswagen (except for slow), Kurt Metzger is looking to change any prior stereotype. His street-legal 1968 Ragtop Beetle is as fast as they come, Volkswagen or otherwise.

Naturally built to the hilt, the engine compartment can barely contain its 2276cc, turbo-powered behemoth. The turbo's snake-like plumping winds its way around the engine and out the compartment, as if shouting its performance potential.

Metzger purchased the VW several years ago after he found it parked in an old barn (yes, this really does happen) near his home in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Presented as a special Valentine gift for his wife Anne, the Bug was in good condition with 32,000 original miles.

After driving the car for many years, Metzger, the owner of Vintage Performance, decided to pump a little life into the stock 1600cc engine. The intent was to build a fast and reliable daily driver.

Through the course of rebuilding the engine in various stages of performance, he finally concluded with a turbocharged 2276--to say the least--a bit larger than originally anticipated.

Still utilizing the stock German VW Type I case, the unit was bored and cleared by Rimco Machine in Santa Ana, Calif., to accept Wiseco 94mm pistons/cylinders and a DMS 82mm, Chevy journal, full-circle crank. The shuffle pinned case uses 10mm savers and is additionally drilled and tapped for full flow oil distribution. Its bottom end is sealed tight with Crower rods, while Cima/Childs & Albright rings help keep compression at 7.3:1. Intake and exhaust valves are actuated with infinite precision by way of a Web-Cam special grind camshaft, further ensuring a rounded performance package.

To help build the best possible head combination, Metzger enlisted the reputable service of Performance Technology in Anaheim, Calif., Considering various elements of the engine's configuration (including the later addition of the turbo), a pair of SHO series 3 heads were finely crafted, featuring 46x37.5 mm stainless steel intake and exhaust valves and cromoly 3-angle valve seats. K-800 valve springs were used in addition to Sil. Bronze racing valve guides, Scat 1.25 rockers and titanium retainers. Needless to say, critical areas were match ported for optimum performance. Effectively sealing the package is a pair of Performance Technology valve covers.

Last, but certainly not least, is perhaps the engine's single, most significant component in terms of power, a Garret T04S turbocharger (built by Performance Techniques in San Bernardino, Calif.). Working in harmony with a modified Demon 750, four-barrel carburetor, custom intake and a MSD/Jacobs ignition (w/25-degree advance), the turbo, which emits spent fumes via custom 1.75 exhaust, runs at 25 lbs. boost pressure. The combination is said to provide the engine with an additional 250 horses, resulting with a grand total of an estimated 500 bhp at 7000 rpm!

In order to properly harness this amount of raw power and further transmit it proportionately to the wheels, Metzger knew a number of things must be tended to within the drivetrain, including the running gear and suspension. In doing so, the Type I gusseted transaxle, has been raised 4 inches and features a 3.88 ring and pinion (with 378, 221, 156 and 117 gearing) by Jim Kaforski at Der Trans Axle in Anaheim, Calif. The trans was additionally fitted with a performance-oriented Chassis Shop clutch and pressure plate before mating to the engine and its 12.5 lb. flywheel.

Lastly, to keep the car tracking smooth, the stock axles were shortened 3 inches, while the pan was dropped 4 inches with a Puma adjustable front beam and Sway-A-Way spring plates. Traction is provided with sizeable 26x11.50/15 Mickey Thompson ET street tires (DOT approved) in the rear and 22x4.5/15 up front. The tires are matched to sporty Weld Racing wheels measuring 4.0x15 and 7.0x15 respectively. Naturally, the brakes have also been completely rebuilt and appropriately equipped.

With passenger safety a prime element of concern, Albert Munoz, of Dominator Engineering in Monrovia, Calif., modified the pan/body with a full Pro 15/8 steel tube cage. The cockpit is surprisingly complete, not to mention comfortable, considering the car's race bred configuration.

The predominately black J-Bugs interior features Sport seats (with Simpson belts), coordinating door panels, velour headliner and matching carpeting by West Coast Metric. Brad Somics of Boyertown, Penn., gets the nod for a smooth installation. Final additions include a Formula France steering wheel and an Autometer tach from K&G Speed (no radio needed here).

Utilizing a full range of talent, Metzger conceded to the body's full paint and prep himself. Using original VW steel fenders and hood, the exterior features a solid shade of Guinea Blue PPG Acrylic Enamel. In addition to a fresh black cloth rag, various stock items, such as new handles, rubber and seals throughout, refresh the 33-year-old car, while H-4 headlights and T-bar style bumpers provide a unique custom blend.

Structurally intimidating, the large Pro Turbo-style wing serves a functional purpose by creating a sufficient amount of down force at high rates of speed; in other words, it keeps the car on the ground.


With all things stated in reference to the VW's agility, it's easy to ascertain that this car is no slouch. Fact is, Metzger's ride is the fastest street Sedan we've ever seen. Just how fast is fast? Let's do the math and put things into perspective. We're talking about a full-bodied (pan) car that weighs approximately 2150 lbs. (which is a couple hundred pounds heavier than stock in lieu of the roll cage and other various additions).


Keep in mind, It's also entirely street legal, DOT-inspected and registered. Now, take a race car from the PRA (Pro Racing Association), such as the record holder in the new Pro Mod class, which belongs to respected veteran racer Ron Lummus. His car is also as fast as they come, as it should be, given the fact it's a full chassis Pro race car. Here's the final comparison, Ron's car weighs 1550 lbs. (w/Lummus) and is equipped with a 375hp, 2711cc nitrous-injected motor. His current quarter-mile PRA record stands with an impressive 9.83secs at 138.90 mph.

Even with a weight difference of 500 lbs., Kurt's car recently recorded a best of 10.06 at 141.95 mph, eclipsing Ron's mph and missing his e.t. by only 0.23 of a second. How's that for fast?

Moreover, respected industry figure Fred Simpson of Performance Technology, among others, feels the car is easily capable of running in the upper 9s (at around 150 mph) with minimal changes.

What makes Metzger's car so unusual is that it's driven whenever and wherever he likes.

"You can't put your race car on the street, but you sure can put your street car in the race," said Metzger. In fact, after a race event, it's not uncommon for him to offer a drive to anyone in doubt of its worthiness. Pay the bill, and we're talking all the way to Philadelphia for a Philly cheese steak sandwich. Street worthy enough? Just take our advice and tighten your seat belt, you'll be in for one hell of a ride!
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Good thing those bugatti's don't have 4 doors
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well...there's rumor about bugatti building a 4door coupe with the veryon's engine....
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Old 11-27-2006, 09:07 PM   #12
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well...there's rumor about bugatti building a 4door coupe with the veryon's engine....
i think it is only inevitable.... Everything about the veyron was big-ticket... engine too... they would be nuts not to use the heart of the beast in something else as well, and probably bump up the HP as well...
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fuzz, since when are VW bugs sedans? Remember, the car NYC posted was the fastest sedan car ever measured (thus far!), there are faster coupes (bugatti veyron and koenigsegg CCX to name two)

heh, please don't own me too hard, the text was small so i didn't really read all of it, but it seems like they are saying that it is a VW bug getting those speeds. AFAIK, bugs are coupes!
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Been wondering what he was on about too. That VW did not do any top speed records, it's only the fastest sedan that VW trends magazine has seen (and they've only seen VW's)
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uhhhh.. you guys are weird... i run faster than that.
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you guys dont watch top gear do huh
i think recently james just drove faster than 366
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I would think that 366 KM = 227 MPH in a Sedan would not be that hard to beat.

I would think those Japanese guys would get a few of those 4 door Skylines put in some 1000-1200 HP skline motors in them, change the gear ratios around alittle and the record is broken.


Same could be said with some of those 4 door sadans that Toyota makes with the Supra engines.
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I would think that 366 KM = 227 MPH in a Sedan would not be that hard to beat.

I would think those Japanese guys would get a few of those 4 door Skylines put in some 1000-1200 HP skline motors in them, change the gear ratios around alittle and the record is broken.


Same could be said with some of those 4 door sadans that Toyota makes with the Supra engines.
STREET LEGAL.
Sometimes I think the people on this board are retarded: do you know how hard it is to get a car going 227mph?
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didn't johnny from fifth gear tried to hit 200mph on the autobahn and failed??? also the first car he drove blew up and brabus brought a replacement.
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STREET LEGAL.
Sometimes I think the people on this board are retarded: do you know how hard it is to get a car going 227mph?
I forgot where I heard but it takes a lot of HP to get moving at that speeds and drag is a big factor.
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you guys dont watch top gear do huh
i think recently james just drove faster than 366
Wasn't that in a Bugatti Veyron?
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Been wondering what he was on about too. That VW did not do any top speed records, it's only the fastest sedan that VW trends magazine has seen (and they've only seen VW's)
Yup, it sounds like it's the fastest accelerating VW they've tested. There's no mention of top speed.
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you guys talk about 227 like its something easy to achieve. The list of street legal conveyences no matter how many wheels or doors that can reach 227 is not a very long list.

For instance, Justa4 hit 173 at the texas mile in his modified STI and that was it. He couldnt go any faster in it because it was at the top of the last gear. His car is filthy fast and it would top out around 177.
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The amount of drag your car has to deal with is calculated using the square of the car's speed. So that means your car has to deal with 4x the amount of drag at 110 as it would at 220.

Hitting 220+ in a purpose designed sports car that only has to seat 1 or 2 people is one thing. You have alot more leeway in designing the aerodynamics of the car to reduce the amount of HP required to hit these speeds. Doing in in a 4 door car that seats 5 comfortably is a whole other story
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This thread is more than half a year old. confusedxpanda pwned us all!
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