Star stray Ryan Tuerck just turned into the principal individual to float the street course at New Hampshire Engine Speedway, and now he's given us an essence of his next distraught researcher venture: dropping a Ferrari 458 motor into a Toyota GT86.
The video opens up with a no frills white GT86 outline, totally stripped of wheels, inside, and drivetrain.
What we see next is the 458 supercar's F136 4.5-liter level plane V-8 in all its transcendence, with different parts taped off and prepared for establishment.
The music movements to give us a specimen of what the motor sounds like – an altogether different motor note from the twin-turbo Toyota 2JZ inline-six right now sitting in Tuerck's Scion FR-S.
In the 458 Italia, the rev-upbeat V-8 made a hazardous 562 hp and 398 lb-ft of torque.
We see the Italian motor sitting in the Japanese games auto's motor straight, however the "how" of the construct has yet to be uncovered.
As the motor is situated now, the Ferrari's etched admission complex rests well over the hood line.
It additionally stays to be seen what transmission will be utilized, as the V-8 initially sat in a midship design in the 458 Italia, and was joined to a seven-speed double grasp transaxle.
Who knows whether the motor is in its last position or the manufacturers simply did a speedy mockup for the video.
We're left with the message, "Stay Tuned," and we anticipate that Tuerck will post more subtle elements on this crazy swap sooner rather than later.
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