Jaguar Race Car with a Quad-Turbo V12

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

This custom Jaguar race car was built by Sam Lyle for owner Warwick Hickling in New Zealand. The carbon fiber and fiberglass body which is based on a 1953 Jaguar XK120 sits over a custom tubular chassis. The engine is a 5.3 L V12 from a Jaguar XJ-S H.E. that features a XJ-S Pre H.E. heads, forged pistons, cylinder liners, custom intake manifolds, and five-stage dry sump system. The engine makes 788 horsepower to the wheels thanks to turbo system that features four turbochargers, four intercoolers, and four throttle bodies. The drivetrain consists of a Tremec TKO five-speed manual transmission with a custom billet flywheel and triple-plate clutch and Jaguar XJ-S rear end. The suspension features XJ-S steering rack and hubs, Toyota MR2 electric steering pump, custom A-arms, QA1 shocks, and Eibach springs.

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

Jaguar XK120 race car with a quad-turbo V12

Source: Retro-Rides, Todd Moffat Motorsport FB page, and Phil Brenchley

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