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Russian Tuner Straps Twin Turbos To Lamborghini Huracan, V10 Now Makes 900 HP

The freshest Lamborghini tuning project out there comes from Russian tuner Gosha Turbo, which has decided to play its forced induction role by adding a pair of turbochargers to the Lamborghini Huracan.
900 HP twin-turbo Lamborghini Huracan 5 photos
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The 5.2-liter V10 occupying the center section of the Sant'Agata Bolognese beast has been taken way past its 602 hp (make that 610 PS) factory output, as the engine now churns out 900 pennies - this explains the GTT-900 nameplate of the gym package offered by the aftermarket specialist.

We're probably dealing with an engine that has been largely kept in stock condition, as this is far from the first time when a forced induction development pushes the standard internals to such an output level - note that previous examples include both twin-turbo and supercharged Huracans.

And while this may be an exaggeration, it certainly says something about the kind of assets Raging Bull hearts pack.

Now, you might be wondering why one would need such an output around this time of the year, when the Russian winter has taken over the country's traffic. Well, wonder no more - the Lambo used as the demonstration car for the project actually comes from the company's United Arab Emirates arm.

In fact, the video at the bottom of the page, sees the Lamborghini being put to drag racing work in Abu Dhabi. Of course, this also means we must talk quarter-mile numbers.

The best runs recorded by the 900-pony Lamborghini Huracan so far saw the supercar delivering a 9.3s run at 150 mph (242 km/h). The company also provides another mouthwatering sprinting figure, namely the 3.5-second time for the 62 to 124 mph (100 to 200 km/h) run, which was measured using Race Logic hardware.

Having discussed the on-screen bits of this risky Lambo development, we're inviting you to check out the TT animal at work behind the "play" button below.

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