Dacia Duster No Limit 3rd video

The Dacia Duster No Limit, which was a whole new entry inside the 2011 Pikes Peak Hill Climb, managed a really respectable 3rd place inside the toughest class in the race - the Limitless class. Driven by a Nissan GT-R engine, the Duster No Restrict was slower than Nobuhiro "Monster" Tajima, who ended around the 1st place, and Rhys Millen who came 2nd. Renault's Dacia Duster No Restrict was driven to good results by Jean-Philippe Dayraut, who ran the circuit in 10 minutes and 17.707 seconds.

The Dacia Duster No Limit, though based on a factory car, is greatly modified. It functions a three.8-litre V6 motor, that's tuned to build a massive 850 hp. It's got many aerodynamics upgrades, a fresh suspension program, and brakes the dimensions of planets.
The main highlight of this year's Pikes Peak Hill Climb was Monster Tajima's race, who managed to brake the 10 minute barrier from the program. Tajima and his Suzuki SX4 Hill Climb Particular ran the 19.99 km in the track in 9 minutes and 51.278 seconds. Rhys Millen and his Hyundai PM580 managed a time of ten minutes and 09.202 seconds.

Dacia Duster No Limit 3rd video

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    On November 20, 2011 at 11:51 PM Anonymous said...

    "Aftermarket" is a term used to describe parts that are not made by the factory. So for example, for your

    if you buy parts for your car that are not actually made by Honda, then those are termed "aftermarket". Many people use the term "Civic aftermarket parts" specifically when referring to custom parts for the Civic, like performance parts or custom appearance parts. But even if you just replace your Civic brake pads with OEM-grade factory-style brake pads that are not made by Honda, those too are aftermarket Civic parts. Over the course of a vehicle's life, it almost certainly will have aftermarket parts installed in it at some point, even if the vehicle is never actually "modded out".


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