Salutations, I specialize in high performance solutions for Nissan vehicles. I've recently gotten into the top speed Texas Standing Mile competitions. The current champion is using a Ford GT with unknown power to set the record at 274 MPH from a still launch; I want to beat his record. I will be using a 2007 Nissan 350z, which will be engine swapped from the VQ35DE motor to the VK56DE. This will bring my current 3.5L V6 to a 5.6L V8, which a twin turbo set up will be added. Now, my question is this: how much horsepower will it take to propel a (approximately) 3,400 lbs vehicle to 300 MPH from a stand still? I will try to optimally reduce the weight down to 3,000, and the target speed is 287MPH. What kind of engine figures will I need to be achieving to make that speed?