This Fiat 126P makes 150 hp at 12,500 rpm thanks to Hayabusa engine
This is one of the craziest Fiat 126P we’ve ever seen. It is build by Cyclon Motorsport from Brasov, Romania specially for hill climb races. The little race car is driven by Robert Barabas and features a custom tube chassis and widebody.
The standard engine was replaced by a 4-cylinder inline motorcycle engine from Suzuki Hayabusa that makes 150 horsepower at 12,254 rpm and 92 Nm (67 lb-ft) of torque at 10,091 rpm to the rear wheels. This is more than enough to shoot 660 kg microcar to the top of a hill.
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