Hypercar vs. N/A Duel – Airstrip Dig and Roll

January 13th, 2021

This well produced video brings us a contest between two very distinctive modern supercars. The backdrop is a half-mile airstrip on a cool but sunny day. Despite being bone stock, the cars are among the most capable on the planet. In the latest version of the Acura NSX, we have a hybrid powertrain. The Audi RS8 V10 Plus features a naturally aspirated (N/A) V10 engine. As different as these two vehicles are, they both look menacing in black. Ride along and we’ll see which of these premium autos is superior in dig and roll racing action. The ever-elusive 2020 Acura Read More

Twin Turbo 1969 Camaro Versus the World – Street Hits

December 5th, 2020

Greetings drag racing fans, roll racing fans and speed enthusiasts of every variety. This video takes us on a journey south of the border for an evening of street (roll) racing on the interstates of Mexico. These purpose-built vehicles are as diverse as their owners – all of whom are prepared to let it all hang out on every pass. Get ready, this is going to be a wild one! The cameraman begins the night in a Corvette with an LS engine. It also has an East Coast Supercharger (ECS) blower on top. This Chevy makes approximately 815hp. As the Read More

2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 vs. 2014 Dodge Viper TA – 60 to 160 MPH Street Pulls

November 28th, 2020

It’s time to hit the streets (of Mexico) again for some high-caliber roll racing action. Featured in this video is a 2014 Dodge SRT Viper TA taking on all comers on the interstate. The backdrop is a slightly overcast sunny afternoon on a (nearly) deserted stretch of highway south of the border. Hold on to your hat ‘cause this is about to get crazy! The 2014 Viper TA (Track Attack) is an out-and-out track car designed for the pure driving enthusiast. Under the hood is a naturally aspirated (all-aluminum) 8.4-liter V10 engine capable of producing 640hp and 600 lb.-ft. of Read More

550HP Rear Engine Acura Integra – Trolling the Streets

May 28th, 2020

You boys (and girls) like Mexico? I certainly hope so, ‘cause it is time to dip down into Old Mexico for some door-handle-to-door-handle roll racing on the interstate. Featured in this video is a rear-wheel drive Acura Integra with a rear mounted engine. Yeah, an engine in the trunk! As the cameraman climbs onboard, this driver searches the streets for some V8 powered cruisers to shock. Let’s see what happens when the rubber meets the road. Powering this unique build is a stock V6 engine (3.0-liter) with a Precision 6466 turbocharger. Everything about this car screams “race ready” but can Read More

Underground Racing Huracan Gapped by Corvette C7Z – Street Hits

May 15th, 2020

This street racing video has it all – street hustlers, outright liars, and loveable losers. It also has domestics, imports, and supercars, all locked in head-to-head roll racing competition. Capable cars from all over the country meet up in Texas and drop down south of the border where the action quickly heats up. Take a gander for yourself. The cameraman first climbs into a Corvette ZR1 with a Kong ported blower, full bolt-ons, and a methanol injection. Maximum output is estimated at 800whp. The ‘Vette gets jumped by a rear-wheel drive Acura Integra straightaway. The Integra comes out hard but Read More

Street Hits – Corvette ZR1 vs. Whipple Mustang GT

April 21st, 2020

Breaking away from the monotony of everyday quarantine, we have a night of fierce street (roll) racing south of the border. When I say this night is going to get weird – I mean F150 Raptor against Volkswagen GTI weird. Join us for a look into this peculiar situation. That’s right, the first race of the evening is between a tuned (Palm Beach Dyno) Ford F150 Raptor rolling out against a Volkswagen GTI with an intake upgrade. Wow! Honestly, both these competitors are pretty slow, but the Raptor takes the advantage early and walks away easily. Next up is a Read More

TX2K20 – Day Two Highlights

March 19th, 2020

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to Houston, Texas for Day Two of the biggest street car shootout on the planet – it’s TX2K20. Today’s video features the finals of the roll racing and some qualifying action in the drag racing. It looks like the Lamborghini entries from Underground Racing are the class of the roll racing event at the current point but there are also some heavy hitters from Calvo Motorsports, Grannas Racing and Real Street. This is always a pressure cooker of an event and it is about to boil over on Day Two! After the red Underground Read More

TX2K20 – Highlights Day One

March 18th, 2020

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to the Mecca of street racing – TX2K20 from Houston, Texas. There is drag racing and roll racing on the agenda for this weekend of hotly contested head-to-head racing. That’s not to mention what jumps off after hours on the streets. Let’s drop in on day one. Coming off the trailer are entries from Underground Racing. Most of these Lamborghinis have been treated to an Underground Racing Turbo X Package. Maximum output ranges from 1,000hp all the way to 3,000hp. We have Coy Christmas in the Airforce One Lamborghini. Air Force One was the Read More

Tuned Acura NSX vs Tesla Model S Performance Raven 1/4 Mile Drag Racing

February 28th, 2020

Watch a modified Acura NSX run heads up vs a Tesla Model S Performance Raven down the 1/4 Mile. This video is sponsored by Tirescanner; SAVE 20% on TIRES with the DRAG20 CODE AT: https://tirescanner.com    

First Acura Integra in the 7s

February 4th, 2020

Front-wheel drive drag cars me feel like I’m going to hurl. It’s a lot like a train wreck. I know it’s ugly, but I can’t look away. What’s not ugly is the degree of traction these little cars can muster coming out of the hole. Check it out. This car is being billed as the first 7-second Acura Integra and I have absolutely no reason to doubt this claim. It is a 2000 Acura Integra with a (basically) stock block and heads. It has been professionally built with aluminum connecting rods, forged pistons and Web camshafts. The intake manifold is Read More

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