Nelson Racing’s 1,800HP Mosler MT900S

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Nelson Racing’s 1,800HP Mosler MT900S

Nelson Racing’s 1,800HP Mosler MT900S

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Two of America’s most famous motorsports companies, Nelson Supercars and Mosler, have developed a new tuning package for the Mosler T900S. The Amercian supercar was already producing up to 600hp in some guises but thanks to the latest upgrade power levels now be adjusted all the way to 1,800hp using a button in the cockpit.

The mid-engined MT900S runs a Corvette Z06-derived LS6 V8 and weighs just 2,500lbs. To put this in perspective, the Nelson Racing Mosler MT900S produces 800hp more than the Bugatti Veyron and weighs 1,630lbs less.

To achieve its power, the car uses dual fuel and turbocharging technology. Full boost pressure of 13psi delivers 1,800hp and 1,710ft-lbs of torque. In April, Car and Driver Magazine took a mere 600hp version for a test drive, which boasted a 0-60mph time of 3.1 seconds. They commented that the car was “violently quick” and had “race-car reflexes.” We suspect this version will be significantly quicker, as long as it can get all that power to the ground.
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Comments (5)
  1. Too much power, too little traction. This thing is gonna be jumpy at anything higher than 175-200mph. Driver wont be so much "driving" as "hanging on to the round thingy in front of him".

  2. In my opinion the Mosler MT900S is capable of over 250 mph with the correct engine. The car design has a lot of down force and it will be very stable at that speed.I should know I own one.

  3. No version of that car would ever be able to keep up with an Audi B6 S4 in 3rd gear though. Don't even try to argue....

  4. my d series probably pulls harder than that.

  5. What is the price of a mosler? & how much more to get the 1800 hp package?

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