Bisimoto turns Honda Odyssey into Veyron fighterWed, 06 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Bisimoto Engineering didn't limit itself to Hyundai concepts at the 2013 SEMA Show. It also took a 2014 Honda Odyssey and turned it up to 11. Well, actually, 1,029 -- which is the nearly unbelievable amount of horses under the hood.
The “Power Van” is modified with a host of parts including, but not limited to, AEM electronics, Infinity ECU, Arias pistons, Bisimoto cat-back exhaust, Deatschwerks injectors, Magnafuel 750cc fuel pump, R&R Custom steel rods and Turbonetics BTX7265 twin turbos with all the trimmings.
The wheels on the Power Van are done by Fifteen52, Toyo provided 255/30/20 T1 Sport tires and Young Guns coated the exhaust.
Exterior modifications were handled by Denmatic, Honda, RJ Powdercoatings and Rueda Paint Shop. The interior was upgraded by Bisimoto, G&J, SOS Upholstery and Recaro, who provided the seats.
More than 1,000 hp? That's a lot better than the four bangers they have over at the Blue Oval's Vandemonium display.
Blake Z. Rong
About the SEMA Show
SEMA — short for Specialty Equipment Marketing Association — is the biggest aftermarket auto event in the world, held in Las Vegas each fall. The show fills multiple convention halls and shows off everything from high-performance OEM specials to custom wheels and graphics from local shops. Get the full rundown on what automakers and suppliers are up to at the industry's biggest trade show at our SEMA Show home page.
By Jake Lingeman