Meet This Little Speed Demon – LS3 Powered Go-Kart With 525HP
Exomotive is a small company dealing with building track cars. There are three kinds of vehicles that this company manufactures – exocet base, exocet sport and exocet race. Each one of them is unique and aim different type of people and usage. Exocet base is made for fun and it is street-oriented. The car features a standard three-point seatbelts. The second model is exocet sport – it features an upgraded roll bar structure, so the owners could hit the tracks throughout the USA.
The last model is named exocet race. The name could tell us a lot about this small demon. The construction here is totally changed – a full roll cage is made and the floors are made of steel. It is built with the intention to be used only for racing as the ultimate track car. Driver safety is one of the things that designers paid a lot of attention. Their best solution offered on the market is this Exomotive Exocet Sport V8 XP-5 featuring a V8 engine and rear-wheel drive layout.
Exocet Sport V8 XP-5 is lightweight, the price is very low and it makes a lot of fun. That’s what we call a brilliant concept. The car was designed and built in the end of 2014. This little monster is a GM LS3-based V8 swap. The engine here is a GM Performance LS376/525 featuring a FM/Moroso oil pan. The power is transmitted to the rear wheels via 2002 F-body T-56 6-speed manual transmission and a Cadillac CTS-V 3.23 rear differential.
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This little piece of automobile art weighs exactly 1696 pounds with full tank and fluids and the power output is 525 horsepower. Actually, the designer Stuart Mills just wanted to show the audience how extreme he could go. Exomotive Exocet Sport V8 XP-5 steps on the road with the help of Tracklite Holeshot 15×8. If you are a fan you will notice that the rear wing is a NASCAR Car of Tomorrow. Driver safety is ensured by a 5-point Harness seatbelts and a full roll cage.