Forza 1100HP Trackhawk vs 2020 Tesla Model 3 Performance

June 27th, 2020

It ain’t everyday that you get to see a big gas-burning SUV take on an all-electric nightmare – on the street or anywhere else. Thanks to Brenton Brown, founder and President of Forza Tuning and Performance (Clearwater, Florida), we get to see the Forza Demonhawk (Trackhawk) run the wildly powerful Tesla Model 3 from a dig. The 2018 Jeep Trackhawk has been upgraded with a Forza Stage 4R Package and a Demon supercharger. The Demonhawk is all-wheel drive but still experiences traction issues on occasion. If the Demonhawk fails to hook up against the Tesla, it will get very ugly, Read More

2020 Mustang GT500 vs Challenger SRT HEMI – Street Hits

June 24th, 2020

Greetings racing fans; just headed out today to see a third-party registration specialist about getting decals for the Mustang Boss 302. The place is in San Diego so, that means some interesting canyon curves in the Mopar. Two homies and I piled into the Challenger SRT HEMI for the ride and a bit of lunch. Let’s see what happened. The Challenger felt great on the canyon roads. She’s big and heavy but the tires stick to those s-curves like glue. On the ride home, I noticed that we were getting trolled by a 2020 Mustang GT500. Seemed like he wanted Read More

1800HP Viper Hits the Street – Fast Cars vs. Fast Bikes

June 16th, 2020

Things are about to get real as these very fast cars and bikes venture south of the border for some roll racing shenanigans. Turbo and twin turbo Dodge Vipers, McLarens, Lamborghinis, GT-Rs – along with some of the baddest street bikes on the planet – are on-hand to log street hits. Have a look. The first race in this impressive lineup is between a supercharged (with nitrous) Viper and a McLaren 720S. The Dodge gets the best of the British beauty before blowing the top off the intake manifold. Wow! Up next, we have a 1600hp Calvo (CM1600) Dodge Viper Read More

Tulsa Cash Days – Winner Take All

June 5th, 2020

A great night of street racing in Oklahoma (Mexico) brought out lot of new competitors, as well as some old rivals. A total of twenty-four competitors were on hand. With a buy-in of $140, that yields a winner-take-all purse of just under $3,500. This is single elimination dig racing and the rules are simple. Don’t jump the light early. Don’t cross the center line and be the first one to the finish line. Win every round and you win the money – lose a round and get back on the trailer. Time to go racing! Once the chips are drawn Read More

1000HP Turbo Charger Hellcat – Street Hits

June 2nd, 2020

No, your eyes have not failed you – this Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat sedan is rocking a turbocharger and a supercharger. Whoa! Wait a minute. While there is a supercharger bolted between the cylinder heads, it is only being used as an intake manifold. It has a belt but no guts inside. A turbocharger has taken its place as the sole source of forced air induction. The stock (6.2-liter HEMI) engine block has been upgraded with performance pistons and connecting rods. The crankshaft is factory, but the camshaft has also been upgraded. The turbocharger is a Borg Warner S488 SX-E 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

High Noon Street Hits – Whipple Mustang vs. TT F-150 and TT CTS-V

May 21st, 2020

Greetings street racing fans and speed freaks of every ilk. Welcome to Mexico for a dose of daylight street racing on the interstate. Most street racing is relegated to cover of darkness, but these competitors are getting it on under the bright sunshine south of the border. Climb in, buckle-up and hang on to your hats. Roll racing is the order of the day. The first race of the day is between a 2019 Mustang 5.0 and an F-150 Pickup. The Mustang has a stock motor with a 3.0-liter Whipple supercharger (pulley upgrade) and a custom Fore Innovations fuel system. Read More

Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye vs. Mercedes-Benz C63 S AMG With Turbo Mods

May 20th, 2020

In this clip the competitors are taking it to the dragstrip for a test between import and domestic horsepower. High-quality, handcrafted German ingenuity is well represented in the Mercedes-Benz C63 S AMG. The domestic beast is none other than the most powerful American performance vehicle ever mass produced – the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye. The C63 S AMG comes off the assembly line with a 4.0-liter twin turbocharged V8 engine that can produce 503hp and 516 lb.-ft. of torque. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7-seconds and blow through the quarter mile in 11.9-seconds at 122 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

Muscle Car Mayhem – 1968 Plymouth Road Runner Street Hits

April 30th, 2020

Climb into the passenger seat of this monstrous Mopar. A vision in black, this 1968 Plymouth Road Runner is the Steinfeld family car. No turbos here, no superchargers either – not even a strategically placed bottle of nitrous – just massive cubic inches and a manually shifted gearbox. Under the hood of this stunning beast is a (factory matching numbers) Chrysler big block 440 cubic-inch engine. The crankshaft and cylinder heads are also stock (matching numbers) but the connecting rods, pistons and camshaft have been upgraded. A single four-barrel carb sits atop the aluminum high-rise intake and a set of 3.25-inch Read More

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