View Full Version : Sunday at Shift S3ctor - VF800 Supercharged Huracan



VF-Engineering
03-03-2017, 01:06 AM
The conditions for making power could not have been more perfect this past Sunday
at Shift S3ctor's first 1/2 Mile Airstrip Attack of the year. We had planned on being
there well in advance to support some of our BMW customers, and decided it would
also be a good opportunity to do some exhaust testing for an upcoming product
release for our VF800 Supercharger System. #secret
(more info to come on the pending updates!)

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With traction issues early on due to lack of grip on the airstrips tarmac, we focused
on short shifting off the line for the 1-2 shift, and put emphasis on data logging our
mid-range power, and collecting 60-130 mph times.

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Our best run of the day was a 174.3mph pass down the 1/2, limited only by lack of
grip on the airstrip tarmac. Our average 60-130 times over five separate runs were
all in the low 5 second range, from 5.2 to 5.6. Not only is that a respectable time for
most of today's Hypercars, it means that results beginning with a "4" are absolutely
within reach. We'll definitely be going back in May to push those times even lower!

All in all it was another good showing for our direct bolt on - daily drivable - VF800
Supercharger System for the Lamborghini Huracan.

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Here's a great visual reference of the difference between our VF800 Supercharged
LP 610-4, and another mildly modified Huracan with aftermarket exhaust, an ECU tune,
light weight wheels, and stickier rubber.

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