For those of you who have never heard of Switzer Performance, you’re in for a treat. The Ohio based company is owned by the eponymous Tim Switzer and it specializes it taking perfectly insane turbocharged production cars and turning them into absolute world beaters. The company is renowned for its work in tuning the Porsche 911 Turbo and the Nissan GT-R, two cars that lack performance the way that China lacks global ambition. What separates Switzer from other tuning companies is a sense of maturity – you won’t find any Honda Civics or Mitsubishi Evos here, just premium performance hardware taken to the nth degree.
Now turn up your speakers and observe.
This doesn’t seem so crazy, until you realize that the speedometer is in miles per hour, not kilometers per hour.
The P800 doesn’t even seem to have any troubles with the fastest bike in the world. How about that.
And a peek at the next Switzer GT-R, likely to be called the P900 because it makes about 900 crank horsepower. More please!
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