St. Louis Street Car Takeover

December 21st, 2015

If you like heads up dig racing, then you’ll love this video. All of the entries in this event had to complete a mandatory 50-mile cruise through St. Louis to prove their street worthiness. It focuses on a turbocharged Foxbody Mustang as it makes its way through a field of elite level competitors. Rich Frost’s Mustang comes in well heeled with a 5.7-liter small block Ford engine and an 82-millimeter turbocharger. The combination is good for 1,200hp. He battles some pretty stiff competition, including the Beater Bomb, the Crusty Nova, an 1,100hp GT-R, a 1,000hp turbocharged C1500, and a 1,200+hp Read More

High Horsepower Street Slugfest

December 17th, 2015

This extensive list of cars reads like the murderer’s row of street racing. You don’t want to miss out when this many top-tier street racers (import and domestic) show up on the highways and bi-ways of Mexico. This may be the single best collection of elite level street racers ever assembled in one place! If you love Corvettes, then you’ll love this clip. First there’s a 706whp C7 Z06 with a exhaust headers, a camshaft and lower pulley upgrade, a heat exchanger with tank, and an RPM built tuner. Then you have an Evo with a Tscomp 2.0-liter engine, a Read More

Drag Racing – Turbo Toyota Supra vs TT Chevy 1500

December 16th, 2015

Do you like super-competitive heads-up dig racing? If the answer is yes, then you sure don’t want to miss this video. In the near lane we have the infamous Red Dragon Chevrolet 1500 pickup and in the far lane, we have the Real Street 1,500hp turbocharged Toyota Supra. This is going to be a great race! The battle between souped-up import and domestic vehicles rages on. The Supra has a built 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder engine and a honking big turbocharger. It’s a lightweight import making a mountain of horsepower. The Dragon is carrying a bit more weight but it has Read More

$4000 Quarter-Mile Street Race

December 15th, 2015

Big Block with big tires versus small block with small tires; think you know which one will win? Both cars are radically modified and both are running nitrous but which one will take bragging rights in the 1/4-mile? We have a 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air that has been tubbed out and fitted with a massive set of drag racing slicks doing battle with a mid-eighties Malibu wagon in some heads-up 1/4 and 1/8-mile racing for some serious money. The Malibu seems to have the advantage early on in the 1/4-mile race but the big box Chevy comes back near the Read More

Texas Dig Racing – Taking it to the Streets

December 14th, 2015

If you want to experience real fun, try stepping out for a night of street racing down “Mexico” way. Some of the baddest cars in the west showed up for a full night of racing. The Mistress twin turbocharged Chevy II rolled out and so did Barefoot Ronnie (from Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws series) in his beautiful Yenko Nova. The atmosphere was electric and the racing was amazing as these competitors were anxious to square-off with whatever was in the next lane. There is a LSX 6.0-liter powered Mustang with an 80-millimeter turbo and a dual shot of methanol, a Read More

Cash Days – Dig Racing Mayhem in the Midwest

December 10th, 2015

It’s dig racing on the streets of the Midwest and all the big boys have come out to play. There are big block powered Chevrolets, turbocharged Mustangs and Camaros, and even some highly modified imports. Buckle your safety harness for this one folks, because the action is fast and furious. Whether these street torpedoes arrive on just tires (or tires and trailers), they come to do business and claim large cash prizes. Tons of turbochargers, serious superchargers, massive cubic inches, and the nitrous is flowing freely. There are cars here in every conceivable configuration and virtually every one is a Read More

’67 GT500 is Twin Turbocharged

December 9th, 2015

Get a load of this beautiful 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 running a 6.56-second 1/4-mile @ 218.9 mph. You may recognize the car. It is only one of the most sought after and prized muscle cars in history. She was called “Eleanor” by the character played by Nicholas Cage in the Hollywood movie titled “Gone in 60 Seconds.” The GT500 (in factory trim) is known to be a powerhouse of an automobile but this one has some unique surprises. It features a Ford big-block V8 engine, built by Drummond Race Cars, force fed a monstrous amount of air using a pair Read More

Stock Corvette Z06 Automatic runs 10.4 @ 134 MPH Drag Racing

December 9th, 2015

An all stock Chevrolet Corvette Z06 with an automatic transmission ran an amazingly quick 10.4 @ 134 MPH at Maryland International Raceway this week at a private track rental setting a new record for the car.    Conditions were perfect at the track with great weather along with a DA of -1,110 and super sticky track prep allowing for a 1.60 60′ time on OEM tires.    Check out the timeslip data, pictures and video below and keep in mind when trying this at home, you won’t beat these times at MIR and ATCO! Stock 2015 Chevrolet Corvette C7-Z06 1/4 mile

Import vs Domestic – NighTTmare Mustang and 1100HP GT-R

December 7th, 2015

If there is anything that makes racing more fun it’s lining up against an import. The ongoing battle between modified imports and home-grown hot rods has been raging longer than radial tires have been standard equipment and it is more fierce than ever. With today’s more powerful factory cars, the most competitive racing between imports and domestics may be yet to come. Here is a prime example: The NighTTmare Mustang Coyote is running a 5.0-liter MPR built engine with a beefed up 6R80 transmission and a pair of Gen2 6466 turbochargers (Hellion Kit). It has posted a best 1/4-mile time Read More

Launch Mode Testing on Tesla P90D Ludicrous

December 5th, 2015

Tesla recently released a software update that includes a new feature called “Launch Mode” which is supposed to “help your car accelerate as quickly as possible”  as per the release notes.  We gave the new Launch Mode a test which requires the car to be in “Max Battery Power” Mode.  Tesla’s Launch Mode operates similarly to other performance cars.  While the car is completely stopped you press firmly on the brake with you left foot, then press the accelerator completely down with your right foot.  Then you release the accelerator and press it down all the way again.   Now the car displays a message Read More

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