BEST of Start Up sounds!! More than 70 Exhaust Sounds!
To celebrate my 600th video, I have made this compilation: probably all the
start up sounds from supercars I've recorded in the past years. It's the
largest start-up sound compilation on YouTube right now! I have put them
together in one video with more than 70 start up sounds!
What's you favorite start up sound? Let me know by leaving a comment
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2009 Mini Cooper John Cooper Works
Its my first video so the editing isn't very good.
But here you go! Everything is stock for the John Cooper Works version. I
haven't done anything to the engine or Exhaust.
2014 The new MINI - Design Interior
Audio file (Artist: Chill Carrier, Title: Retronaut, License:
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/) provided by jamendo.com
The new MINI.
• New edition of the premium small car segment original; new MINI with
hallmark emotional design, further optimised balance between driving fun
and fuel consumption, innovative networking technology and clever
functionality; significant advances in the areas of spatial comfort,
safety, equipment, quality of material and finish as well as sporty flair
and ride comfort as the result of consistently and extensively refined
product substance; new model generation now more than ever before the
benchmark for driving fun, premium quality and individual flair within its
• Exterior design refined on an evolutionary basis with hallmark
styling, proportions and body structure; characteristic design features
such as hexagonal radiator grille, headlamps and rear light clusters with
wide chrome surround, turn indicator element and peripheral body surround
in black reinterpreted and given additional emphasis due to the surface
design in each specific area; high-end details underscore the sophisticated
nature of the new model; five exterior paint finishes, roof in contrasting
colour available as an option at no extra charge.
• Newly designed headlamps; daytime driving light; optional: LED
headlamps including daytime driving ring with integrated direction
indicator, adaptive light distribution and LED fog lamps; rear lights also
optionally available in LED technology, optional lighting package with LED
interior lights and orange-coloured ambient lighting.
• Vehicle length increased by 98 millimetres, width by 44 millimetres,
height by 7 millimetres, also longer wheelbase (+ 28 millimetres) and
larger track width (front + 42 millimetres, rear + 34 millimetres) as
compared to the predecessor model (differential figures relate to MINI
Cooper); optimised spatial comfort on all four seats; new seat design with
larger adjustment range at front and longer seat surface at rear (+ 23
millimetres); more shoulder room and foot space as well as increased
comfort for rear passengers; luggage compartment volume increased by 51
litres to 211 litres; rear backrest foldable with 60 : 40 split; optional
storage package including luggage compartment floor which can be locked
into place at varying points.
• New generation of engines with MINI TwinPower turbo Technology; three model variants available
as of market launch: MINI Cooper with 100 kW/136 bhp 3-cylinder engine,
MINI Cooper S with 141 kW/192 bhp 4-cylinder petrol engine and MINI Cooper
D with 3-cylinder diesel engine (85 kW/116 bhp); 6-speed manual
transmission as standard, with optional 6-speed automatic transmission or
sports automatic transmission, also newly developed; extensive MINIMALISM
technology including automatic engine start/stop function likewise in
conjunction with automatic transmission and optional GREEN mode; improved
driving performance figures and reduced fuel consumption; biggest
efficiency advance in the MINI Cooper with automatic transmission:
acceleration from zero to 100 km/h 2.6 seconds faster, average fuel consumption 27 per cent
lower; lowest fuel consumption and CO2 levels in the MINI Cooper D: 3.5 --
3.6 litres/100 km, 92 -- 95 g/km (EU test cycle figures, dependent on tyre
• Intensification of the typical MINI go-kart feeling with extensively
revised suspension technology, reduced weight and increased rigidity; new
single-joint spring strut axle with aluminium swivel bearing and also axle
supports and wishbones made of high-strength steel; new multilink rear axle
also in optimised lightweight construction and space-saving geometry;
refined electromechanical power steering now with Servotronic as standard;
Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) as standard including Dynamic Traction
Control (DTC) and Electronic Differential Lock Control (EDLC), in the MINI
Cooper S also including Performance Control; new spring and damper set-up
with triple-path support bearings; Dynamic Damper Control optionally
available for the first time in MINI; refined brake system, adapted to
increased driving performance; light alloy wheels in 15-inch or 16-inch
(MINI Cooper S) format as standard; light allow wheels optionally available
up to 18 inches.
• Variable vehicle set-up using the new Driving Modes option by means of
rotary switch at the base of the gearshift or selector lever; in addition
to the standard setting MID mode, the modes SPORT and GREEN can be
activated; choice of mode influences the characteristic curve of the
accelerator and steering, as well as the shift times of the automatic
transmission and the Dynamic Damper Control where these features are
fitted; GREEN mode in conjunction with automatic transmission enables
coasting with decoupled drivetrain.
Mini Cooper rev with stock airbox vs. Alta intake.
The first set of revs is done with the stock air box, the second set is
with an Alta CAI installed. You can hear and feel a substantial gain in
responsiveness, especially in the 3000-6000rpm the turbo really whistles. Took me 10 minutes to
install! Recommend it to all!
What Car? readers preview the 2014 Mini
The 2014 Mini has been revealed to the general public for the first time,
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look around the new car.
The latest edition of the car gets a more premium cabin and an even more
extensive options list - but it also grows again slightly in a bid to offer
improved practicality. Has Mini pushed the increase in size too far? Or
does the new version still 'feel' like a Mini? See what our readers thought
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Developed in the wind tunnel and tested on the... go-kart track. It's the
fastest MINI ever built, but rather than speed, Justin chooses to put its
"Go-Kart like" handling to the test. As if the tight corners and short
straights weren't a challenge enough, Justin must fend off rising karting
star, Gino Alfonso-Macauley for the victory. Can 211hp and a turbo-charged engine overcome the home field
advantage given to the much better suited kart? Of course not, but it's fun
to watch Justin try.
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