Extreme Tuning in China: 300HP V6 in a Xiali
Published on August 12, 2012 by Joey Wang
This is Tuning with a capital T. A fine Tianjin-Xiali TJ700 with a Nissan V6 in the back, making this a true mid-engined hyper car. 300hp is only the start, or so the owner said. Power goes up to a full 600hp with a nitro-fueled overboost but that will only last for a minute max. All power goes to the rear wheels while a normal Xiali is very front-wheel drive. The Super Xiali isn’t officially street legal but it had license plates on…
Big turbo + huge intercooler + some other racy stuff = 600hp. A Xiali that can go to the moon. Base car had a 0.8 liter 3-cylinder good for some 60hp, depending on specification. 600 is better indeed.
Xiali still loox pretty normal from the outside, wheels are bigger but it doesn’t have too much extra plastic. Police won’t see anything strange as long as the coppers don’t come too close.
No heat shield between engine and driver. Holes in the door will help a bit.
Nitro-panel just behind gear lever. Launch!