Pompano Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 5, 2011
TranStar Racing of Pompano Beach, Florida, announced today that they will be offering the all-aluminum 2700 horsepower Nelson Racing Engine 632 Twin Turbo engine in their Dagger GT Supercar. (for more information visit: Supercar: Dagger GT; Engine: NRE 632). Craig Miller, founder and CEO of TranStar Racing, said that “this decision was made in consultation with Tom Nelson, CEO of Nelson Racing Engines and our exceptional design team who said the change was do-able without any changes to the phenomenal external appearance of the Dagger GT supercar. TranStar Racing is all about mega-horsepower and dazzling appearance which we have achieved in the design of this insane Supercar. Our goal is to exceed 300 mph and with this new NRE 632 engine, this is virtually assured.” (Hi-rez images are available at http://www.gtr-xs.com/gallery.htm ) A video of a 632 twin turbo is available here: 632 twin turbo engine video
TranStar Racing plans to offer 3 racing models: 1) the GT-LS or Landspeed model designed to exceed 315 mph at Bonneville and El Mirage; 2) the GT-R or Road Racing model, designed to set lap records at Virginia International Raceway and Nurburgring; and finally 3) the GT-D, or Drag Racing model specifically designed to break 205 mph in the Quarter Mile and 280 mph in the Standing Mile. TranStar Racing expects to break 1.2 seconds in the zero-to-sixty mph using a rear-end setup and traction mechanics similar to a Pro Stock Dragster. Nelson’s new 632 Twin Turbo should help assure that up to 8 world records are broken by the various Dagger GT racing models. The company will also offer several models for the street including an LX Luxury car and a Super Sport (SS) model - - all designed to destroy any would-be competitors in price, quality, performance and appearance. The Dagger GT, the new American Supercar is coming soon. The MSRP pricing is still not finalized, but expected to be in the $750,000 USD range, well-under other 260+ mph Supercars in the proximate category of the Dagger GT.
Please stand by for more exciting announcements from TranStar Racing in the next several weeks. Thank you.
For more information, please visit http://www.DaggerGT.com or e-mail: Craig Miller, ncmiller(at)GTR-XS(dot)com
# # #