Statistics of the World’s Fastest Street-Legal Car
The owner and developer of the Maxximus G-Force is David Bruce McMahan. The certification date of the car was on October 7, 2008 at the Rockingham NC Raceway. Marlon Kirby drives the car as it sets three new acceleration records for street-legal cars.
The Maxximus G-Force has beaten three long-standing acceleration records for street-legal cars. The first acceleration record beaten is 0 – 60 mph within 2.134 seconds only. The second acceleration record beaten is 0 – 100 mph within 4.541 seconds only. The third acceleration record beaten is 0 – 100 mph – 0 within 8.861 seconds only. These three new records clearly states that this is the world’s fastest street-legal car today.
Design of the World’s Fastest Street-Legal Car
The Maxximus G-Force is outlined and designed as a mid engine and rear-wheel drive supercar with really massive brakes. The car has an AP Racing 14.2 inch or 360 millimeters with six-piston caliper in it and absolutely no ABS. The suspension of the car is custom tuned in order for it to wield the necessary horsepower in breaking the speed records of the world.
The engine of the Maxximus G-Force is a twin turbo Chevrolet V8. This kind of engine is mainly based on a Brodix engine which is all aluminum small block of engine, only 434 cubic inches. The motor of the world’s fastest street-legal car is force-fed using two Turbonetics turbochargers. The motor is also controlled using the engine management system of Electromotive Tec3R. The result of this engine and motor combination is a supercar producing 1,600 horsepower at the wheel.
The Maxximus G-Force has a custom-made three-speed paddle shift. For everyday use, it is quite sufficient to use the Michelin Pilots. But if you want to really experience the drive of the world’s fastest street-legal car, employing the highway DOT legal Hoosier is the best idea. Four items are important to really transmit the power of the car to the road and they are tire selection, no ABS, gearing, and chassis balance.
The Maxximus G-Force is actually a transformation from a formidable kind of sports car, Ultima GTR. Doing it is not an easy task since it involves hundreds of working hours for custom fabrication and millions of dollars spent. The interior of the car has a fighter jet look and feel because an aircraft interior specialist custom designed it. The comforts of driving and riding in a luxury car is still present. It has an AM/FM stereo with CD, heating and air conditioning, navigation system that comes with MP3 and DVD, a push-button start, and all digital instrumentation present in a luxury car.