Oh. I stand corrected. From the pics, they are both in the back. Slightly less cool if that is the case.cds01 said:in the video, it explicitly states that one does in fact power the front and one powers the back.
It's the same as having one 1000hp engine and a 50:50 F:R torque split. Each axle gets half the torque and therefore half the power.importtuner said:This is confusing. How is this a 1000 hp car. Wouldn't 500 hp in one set of wheels and 500 hp in another set of wheels become a 500 hp car?? No axle is outaccelerating another axle. So what would be the difference between this and a 500hp car? The only advantage i see is power in all wheels whereas a 500 hp car has to fight wheelspin
Yeah. Mine too. Works much better in terms of handling that way.Prok0 said:Pretty cool, but twin engine is kind of absurd...
There is another british company which makes a custom crank, block, and oiling system that mates 2 hyabusa motors together into a V8, if they would have put that in there and twin turboed that it would be a bit more to my liking..