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    The real world difference between a naturally aspirated and boosted Lamborghini V10 - Turbo Gallardo vs. Huracan

    The Lamborghini Huracan is very quick right out of the box. It is leaner than the LP-560 Gallardo it replaces along with slightly more power out of its 5.2 liter V10 and most importantly it gains a dual clutch transmission.

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    The Huracan will run 10's at roughly 130 miles per hour in the 1/4 mile completely stock.

    That is quick and fast for a stock car by anyone's measure. The thing is, it is being compared to a turbo Gallardo in this video. Suddenly, the Huracan looks slow.

    What makes this truly amazing is that the Gallardo is on low boost. No point even turning it up for this race.

    If you have a Huracan, don't fret. You can add boost as well and blow most turbo Gallardos away along with everything else on the road.

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    The Gallardo is on "low boost" making 1000hp compared to the Huracan's 600. No surprise here.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by pr3ci5n335i Click here to enlarge
    The Gallardo is on "low boost" making 1000hp compared to the Huracan's 600. No surprise here.
    Of course it's no surprise but it shows you how big that difference is in the real world.
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    I know they're tapering the boost in by gear with the TT-G, but I wasn't surprised how the Huracan kept up for the first two gears. After that it got dusted.

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