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Gup Shup / guys i want song of bhangra remix
« on: May 08, 2009, 11:30:04 PM »
name some good bhangra song
i want to mix some song and make a nonstop remix

Gup Shup / Help me with SPEECH
« on: May 04, 2009, 07:57:56 PM »
i have to do a project for speech, im doing a speech project in my speech class it is about SIKHISM
i have to have 3 different topic and tell it history , appearance and personality for all 3 topic
about it so can some one give me some good point tht i should tell people about
and then i can get the info. I HAVE  2 DAYS

Cars / EVO - Ascari A10
« on: June 29, 2008, 01:19:26 AM »
don't care what people say about it's styling, i think it's utterly fantastic!

With tougher looks and more extreme performance, the new, £350,000, limited edition A10 is the car that Banbury-based Ascari hopes will provide the premier-division supercar credibility that has so far eluded its KZ1.

Ascari is promising staggering performance from the 625bhp A10, including 0-60mph in 2.8sec, 0-100 in 5.8sec and a top speed of 215mph. Everyone
we spoke to at the company’s impressive Banbury facility (from a junior mechanic to the financial controller), described the car as an absolute beast; one ex-racing driver called the acceleration ‘savage to the point of scary’.

The press release for the A10 likens its role to that of the Ferrari FXX, but without the sky-high price tag and support team, and with the ability to be driven to and from the circuit. That said, it’s engineered and set up very much as a track car, with development work taking place on some of Europe’s top circuits as well as the company’s own purpose-made track, Race Resort Ascari, in southern Spain.

The driving force behind the A10 project has been Ascari’s billionaire owner, Klaus Zwaart. He drives his own Ascari GT3 (the 540bhp competition version of the KZ1) in the Spanish GT championship, and his on-track experiences are said to have provided the inspiration for a quicker version of the KZ1.
The name A10 derives from it being the 10th anniversary of the company; 10 was also the number of A10s that Ascari originally said it would build – although insiders now admit that if demand were to be greater…
Zwaart likes to talk of the difference between the KZ1 and the A10 as being like ‘beauty and the beast’, and the new car’s visuals certainly give it an added dose of supercar swagger. Although it uses the same carbonfibre monocoque as the KZ1, the A10 is appreciably wider, and its carbonfibre shell is a five-piece affair rather than a one-piece, suggesting that more work has gone into the car than might first appear.

While the front end gains a new, lower splitter, it's at the rear that
the big changes lurk. For starters there’s a large and very curvy carbonfibre wing, but even more striking are the meshed louvres cut into the rear bumper assembly to help with cooling. There’s also a centrally located radiator just above the rear venturi duct, adding to the sense of refreshed intent.

Meanwhile, Dymag has gifted the A10 with some of the coolest wheels yet to adorn a road car – they feature carbonfibre rims and alloy spokes, and are claimed to weigh 10kg less per corner than comparable aluminium alloy wheels, while costing only a modest amount more. In true competition fashion they have centre-lock fittings, which has required redesigned hubs.
Michelin provides the rubber – 265/35 ZR18 front, 345/30 ZR18 rear – while braking is by ventilated ceramic discs clamped by six-pot AP Racing callipers on the front, four-pots at the back.

Same wheels from the Koenigsegg CCR but lacking the carbon fibre build and it has ceramic brakes, nice

The A10’s mid-mounted engine is based on the KZ1's naturally aspirated 4941cc V8 of BMW parentage. In the KZ1 this engine makes 500bhp and 368lb ft, but with the help of reprofiled cams, new rods and pistons, and the expertise of the team that prepares Ascari’s GT3 engines, the A10 squeezes out 625bhp at 7500rpm and 413lb ft at 5500rpm.

With the track in mind, the A10’s transmission is a six-speed sequential 'box operable either by paddles or an unmissable alloy stanchion in the centre console, although because of the car's bespoke nature, customers who’d prefer a conventional H-pattern 'box can specify that instead.

^^ It's a far step away from the KZ1 which has a beautiful well built interior, this is obviously race car inspired. Notice the Audi TT air vents The KZ1 has them too and so does the Gumpert Apollo

Despite a partially stripped-out interior (there are carbonfibre door panels and lightweight racing seats, but also climate control, electric windows and remote central locking), the addition of an integral roll-cage and fire extinguisher system mean the A10 has the same claimed 1250kg kerb weight as the KZ1, although when we weighed that car for our Fast Club feature earlier this year (evo 091) it took the scales to 1410kg…

I wish the engine bay had a bit more character

The Ascari KZ1 was the surprise victor in our Fast Club 2006, so the gutsier A10 has plenty to recommend it. The biggest stumbling block towards ownership will be that whopping price tag, £115,000 more than the already costly KZ1."

Cars / 2008 BMW GINA Light Visionary Model
« on: June 17, 2008, 01:22:08 AM »

Cars / McLaren F1
« on: June 02, 2008, 01:56:57 PM »

Cars / 2008 Pininfarina Sintesi Concept
« on: June 02, 2008, 01:43:13 PM »

Cars / 2008 Edo Enzo
« on: June 02, 2008, 01:32:36 PM »

In Detail
submitted by    bsp
engine    65 Degree, Type F140 Aluminum V12 w/Performance Exhaust
position    Mid Longitudinal
aspiration    Natural
block material    Aluminum
valvetrain    DOHC, 4 Valves per Cyl w/Continuously Variable Timing
fuel feed    Bosch Motronic ME7 Sequential Electronic Injection
displacement    5988 cc / 365.41 cu in
bore    92 mm / 3.6 in
stroke    75.2 mm / 3 in
compression    11.2:1
power    522 kw / 700 bhp @ 8200 rpm
specific output    116.9 bhp per litre
torque    715 nm / 527.4 ft lbs @ 5800 rpm
redline    7800
body / frame    Carbon Fibre Body over Carbon Fibre Tub w/Rear Alloy Sub Frame
driven wheels    RWD w/TCS
wheel type    Special Lightweight Wheels
front tires    265/35 ZR 19 Michelin
rear tires    335/30 ZR 20 Michelin
front brakes    Brembro CCM (Carbon-Ceramic) Discs w/6-Pot Calipers, Power Assist ABS
rear brakes    Brembro CCM (Carbon-Cer?amic) Discs w/4-Pot Calipers, Power Assist, ABS
front wheels    F 48.3 x 25.4 cm / 19 x 10 in
rear wheels    R 50.8 x 33 cm / 20 x 13 in
f suspension    Custom Sport Suspension
r suspension    Custom Sport Suspension
transmission    6-Speed Semi-Automatic w/New Control Unit
tran clutch    High-performance Clutch
top speed    370 kph / 229.77 mph
0 - 60 mph    3.4 seconds

top speed > 370 km/h (230 mph)

0 – 100 km/h (0 – 62 mph) est. 3.4s

0 – 200 km/h (0 – 124 mph) est. 9.5s

0 – 300 km/h (0 – 186 mph) est. 22.0s

Funny Videos / Overweight Michael Felps u have to watch is
« on: May 26, 2008, 12:23:19 PM »


Religion, Faith, Spirituality / Population of Sikh over the Wrold
« on: May 26, 2008, 08:54:33 AM »
1.Total population 25,000,000 (25 million)

Regions with significant populations
2.India 19,215,730
3.United Kingdom United Kingdom 36,179    
4.Canada Canada 278,400    
5.United States United States 100,000    
   East African Community 100,000 [citation needed]
6.Malaysia Malaysia 100,000    
   Middle East    85,000    
7.Italy Italy    70,000
8.Thailand Thailand 70,000
   Australia Australia 50,000    
   Hong Kong Hong Kong    7,500    
   Bangladesh Bangladesh 23,300 [citation needed]
9.Pakistan Pakistan 20,000    
10.Kuwait Kuwait 20,000    
11.France France 10,000
12.Singapore Singapore 9,733    
13.New Zealand New Zealand 9,507
    Belgium Belgium 5,000–6,000    
14.Nepal Nepal    5,890
15.Germany Germany 5,000
    Greece Greece 5,000
16.Fiji Fiji 4,674
17.Austria Austria 2,794
18.Afghanistan Afghanistan 2,000
    Japan Japan 2,000    
19.Ireland Ireland 1,200

« on: May 26, 2008, 08:43:28 AM »

Pics / Custom Drag Bikes, Sportbikes, Superbikes
« on: May 26, 2008, 08:01:02 AM »

« on: May 26, 2008, 07:49:01 AM »

Why not there r copes

Cars / 2008 Top Marques Monaco
« on: May 26, 2008, 07:24:37 AM »

Cars / 2008 Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir
« on: May 26, 2008, 07:14:27 AM »

In Detail
submitted by    anonymous
production years    2008 - 2008
built at    Molsheim, France
body stylist    Achim Anscheidt
production    5
engine    Aluminum, Narrow Angle W16
position    Mid Longitudinal
aspiration    Quad Turbocharged
block material    aluminium
valvetrain    DOHC 4 Valves / Cyl w/VVT
displacement    7993 cc / 487.76 cu in
bore    86 mm / 3.4 in
stroke    86 mm / 3.4 in
compression    9:1
power    746.5 kw / 1001.1 bhp @ 3300 rpm
specific output    125.25 bhp per litre
torque    1250 nm / 922 ft lbs @ 3300 rpm
redline    6500
front tires    265/680ZR500A 99Y Michelin Pilot Sport
rear tires    365/710ZR540A 108Y Michelin Pilot Sport
front brakes    Ventilated & Drilled Discs w/ABS
rear brakes    Ventilated & Drilled Discs w/ABS
wheelbase    2710 mm / 106.7 in
front track    1715 mm / 67.5 in
rear track    1618 mm / 63.7 in
length    4463 mm / 175.7 in
width    1888 mm / 74.3 in
height    1212 mm / 47.7 in
top speed    407 kph / 252.75 mph
0 - 60 mph    2.6 seconds
0 - 100 mph    5.7 seconds
0 - 1/4 mile    10.3 seconds

Funny Videos / Jatt di desi drift
« on: May 25, 2008, 04:52:10 PM »


Gup Shup / Y2K A BIKE
« on: May 25, 2008, 04:36:50 PM »
The MTT Y2K is the words first, and only turbine powered superbike,ALSO THE  FASTEST BIKE IN THE WROLD TOO.

General information
Model:   Marine Turbine Technologies Y2K Turbine Superbike
Year:   2003
Category:   Sport
Rating:   76.5 out of 100. Show full rating and compare with other bikes
Engine and transmission
Engine type:   Gas turbine
Power:   320.00 HP (233.6 kW)) @ 52000 RPM
Torque:   576.30 Nm (58.8 kgf-m or 425.1 ft.lbs) @ 2000 RPM
Gearbox:   2-speed
Physical measures
Dry weight:   226.8 kg (500.0 pounds)
Seat height:   800 mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Wheelbase:   1,727 mm (68.0 inches)
Chassis and dimensions
Frame type:   Aluminum alloy
Front tyre dimensions:   120/60-ZR17
Rear tyre dimensions:   200/50-ZR17
Front brakes:   Dual disc
Front brakes diameter:   320 mm (12.6 inches)
Rear brakes:   Dual disc
Rear brakes diameter:   320 mm (12.6 inches)
Speed and acceleration
Top speed:   402.3 km/h (250.0 mph)
1/4 mile (0.4 km):   9.800 seconds
Power/weight ratio:   1.4109 HP/kg
Other specifications
Fuel capacity:   34.00 litres (8.98 gallons)
Comments:   0-227 mph (0-365 km/h) in 15 seconds, this bike needs no other comment!! AND it's street legal.
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Cars / 2009 Ugur Sahin Design Corvette Z03 Concept
« on: May 25, 2008, 06:02:05 AM »

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