Driving TVR Cerbera!!! Awesome sound!





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Published on Oct 15, 2008

Very nice sound in the 'tunnels'. Thanks to the very kind owner of this beautiful Cerbera! At 1:10 you can see the bonnet coming up, because it was not tied down.

Comments • 27

What a nice sound. It's beast.
sounds like and old subaru 4 cil.
billy boy Moldon
1st gear boy wonder....why post a vid and not use the car?? You paid all that money...for what? Gone faster overtaking and jumping someone on a one way bridge in a home built hot rod engined mk 1 cortina....loosen up and gun it for christs sake....thats the point in the car.
Belső motorhang mint egy 1500ccm-es Lada koppánykipufogóval!Like?
Guns Cars and Digits
Check with Lingenfelter. They did built up an LSX to 388 cubic inches. The build should be easy to do with any LS engine as long as you have the same stroke and rod length. 
That's a AJP V8, it's flat plane! there should be cranks and cams available to convert the newer american v8 to flat planes...
cerbera with the round lightss.. !! (y)
Don't be so stupid Jarrus!!!! Course the 4.2 would still do that. Any performance car / bike can produce overrun and pop like that. 0.3 litre don't make it suddenly not do it! My mates old vauxhall vx220 would even do it-all the time! So come on man don't say such ridiculous things. Just makes u look like a right Div. "they designed it that way" haha. Pleaaaaaase!
@CARBON996 it's definately the 4.5, the 4.2 does pop and spit on the overrun like the 4.2 does
@tvorchay it's the 4.5, only the 4.5 pops and bangs on the over run, the engineers designed it that way....
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