What happens when you tune a Honda Odyssey minivan to make more than 1000 horsepower? The world found out at last year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas when Bismoto unveiled this wild creation. Now our colleagues at Super Street have gotten their hands on this turbocharged monster, and they did what any sensible person would do with a 1029-hp minivan: burnouts.
Click here to see the original post on Super Street: 1029-hp Honda Odyssey - Bisimoto Power Van
Getting 1029 hp out of the 2014 Honda Odyssey’s 3.5-liter V-6 engine is no easy task, as Bismoto found when they set out to create this ridiculous tuner van. They added all new pistons, new fuel injectors, a new engine management system, a huge turbocharger and intercooler, and a few other performance parts to more than quadruple the stock Odyssey’s 248-hp output. All of this power routes through a six-speed manual transmission from an Acura TL Type-S that’s heavily modified to deal with the extra grunt.
As Super Street found, this makes eviscerating the Bismoto Honda Odyssey’s Toyo Proxes T1 Sport front tires easy as pie, as you can see in the video below. But maybe the most amazing thing about the Bismoto Honda Odyssey is that all of this tire-smoking ridiculousness doesn’t come at the expense of minivan practicality. All three rows of seats remain despite the addition or a four-point roll bar, and this crazy Odyssey is even fitted with a Recaro baby seat so the kiddos can enjoy the wild performance too.
Watch the video below to see the Bismoto Honda Odyssey engaging in some wild minivan burnout action, and click here to see the original post from Super Street.
Burnout photo courtesy Matthew Jones, video courtesy Sean Russell.