750 HP Mini at the 2009 SEMA Show
Power can come in many shapes and sizes, ranging from naturally aspirated American big block V8 to high revving boosted sport compact four cylinder engines. Although it can be a bit more of a challenge to squeeze every last bit of potential out of limited displacement power plants, that didn’t stop this team of Mini Cooper tuners who brought their creation to the 2009 SEMA Show. If you were ever wondering what a 750 HP Mini looks like, well here it is; and all it takes is an upgraded turbocharger, larger diameter piping, custom manifolds and as much go juice as possible being squirted into each of the four combustion chambers. So what do you do with a 750 HP Mini Cooper wearing a set of drag slicks, aside from anything you want, 10 second quarter mile passes sound about right.