Godzilla Swapped Shelby Cobra – 600HP Restomod Monster

February 21st, 2024

At a curb weight of 2,485-pounds, with a 7.3-liter V8 onboard, this Superformance 1964 Shelby Cobra MkIII roadster is truly a monster. Imagine what Carroll Shelby would say if he could hear this 600hp naturally aspirated beast roar. Under the hood is a 7.3-liter Ford Godzilla V8. Engine composition includes a cast iron block, aluminum cylinder heads, a forged steel crankshaft and cast aluminum pistons. Engine compression is 10.5:1. Right out of the crate, this boy dog is making 430hp and 475 lb.-ft. of torque at max RPM. At first glance, the Innovate brand “stacks” or independent throttle body fuel Read More

Factory Fast Ford F-150 – Hellion Twin Turbo Sleeper Kit

February 17th, 2024

Brought to you by our friends at Palm Beach Dyno (PBD), this video introduces us to the new Ford F-150 twin turbo sleeper kit from Hellion. This is a complete kit with the turbochargers underneath for that stealthy sleeper effect. This short clip covers installation, Dragy and dyno pulls so, hang on to your hats. The Level 1 PBD Hellion Street Sleeper System being installed on this 4WD F-150 is designed to yield over 650whp and 550 lb.-ft. of torque when completed. This pickup maintains the stock 5.0-liter Coyote motor, the stock 10-speed automatic transmission/transfer case and the stock differentials Read More

The Most Powerful Ford Ever – 2025 Mustang GTD

February 14th, 2024

With a ferocious desire to take the Nurburgring crown away from the Porsche GT3 RS, Ford engineers have produced the baddest Mustang to date. Looking like the space-age cousin of the iconic muscle car, the 2025 Mustang GTD is set to blow the competition away. Nicknamed the “Green Hell” by legendary race driver Jackie Stewart, the Nurburgring is one of the most challenging road courses in the world. It is where high-performance production track cars go to prove their worth. Ford would like to get a piece of the Nurburgring pie. In order to accomplish such a feat, they will Read More

Twin Turbo AWD Ford F-150 vs. Ported Blower Corvette Z06 – Street Hits

February 9th, 2024

This is a crazy race between Ford and Chevy. Somebody slapped a couple of turbochargers on America’s favorite pickup. Now he’s trolling the streets looking for some Chevy iron to plunder. Buckle-up, this is going to be a wild ride. In the left lane is the C7 (2014-2019) Chevrolet Corvette Z06 with a supercharged 6.2-liter engine and an automatic transmission. The Z06 can churn out 650hp and 650 lb.-ft. of torque in stock condition. This ‘Vette has been upgraded with a high-performance camshaft, a full accoutrement of bolt-ons, supercharger porting and an E40/50 tune. This thing is lean, mean and Read More

Ruffian Galaxie 500 – 700HP Restomod

February 7th, 2024

We can always count on Shawn from Autotopia LA to deliver a winner from the left coast. Maybe you will remember Chris Ashton from a previous video with a GT40 and a Mustang. You may have played one of Chris’ many video game creations or you may have spotted the Rufian collection at this year’s SEMA show. Whatever the case, you will enjoy the latest addition to the Ruffian fleet of extraordinary restomods. What you may not enjoy is watching a beautifully restored Galaxie being dismantled and recreated as a race car. If you are an emotional auto enthusiast – Read More

Pontiac G8 GXP with Nitrous vs. the Streets

February 1st, 2024

Here we have a rather docile looking Pontiac G8 taking on a Camaro SS, a Mustang GT, a C8 Corvette and an Infiniti Q50. Don’t get it twisted – these cars look like grocery getters, but they are all modified for the purpose of racing on the streets (of Mexico). Have a look. The rear-wheel drive Pontiac G8 GXP is loaded with a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter LS3 V8. The block and heads are aluminum, and the transmission is a 6-speed manual. In stock condition, the G8 could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.7-seconds and turn the standing quarter-mile Read More

Sick Week – Day Zero Test and Tune

January 29th, 2024

It’s that time of year again. Sick Week 2024 is upon us and it’s happening in the Sunshine State. The best No Prep cars (trucks, etc.) are gathered in Florida to begin a series of drag racing events tied together by a 1,000-mile cruise. Sick Week is a grueling challenge. It’s hard on the machinery and brutal in the knuckles, but lifelong friendships will be formed. Let’s go to the track for some last minute test runs. Right out of the gate, there’s an ‘80s Pontiac Le Mans Wagon doing burnouts. This grocery getter has a massive 540 cubic-inch big Read More

Modified Toyota Supra vs. Mustang GT500 and Hellcat – Street Hits

January 27th, 2024

This little Toyota is angry. I have no idea what got him that way, but he’s plenty mad. He’ll be taking out his rage on an assortment of automobiles – import and domestic. Insert your mouthpiece and buckle your chin strap, this one is about to get real. Our initial contest will involve the aforementioned 2022 Toyota Supra. Mods include a performance exhaust downpipe and an E50 tune. The furious Supra will be racing an Infiniti Q50 with full bolt-ons. This is a close race with Toyota taking a narrow win at 160 mph. The Supra dominates the second hit. Read More

800HP Porsche 911 Turbo S vs. Texas Streets

January 23rd, 2024

Oh, yeah! It’s on in the streets of Texas (Mexico) this evening. What we have is a modified Porsche 911 Turbo S that’s feeling froggy. With zero lily pads in the vicinity, he’s jumping on loud, shiny things with four wheels. Let’s see how it shakes out. Upgraded with an AIM Performance ES 800 turbo kit, our Porsche is trolling the boulevard for its next victim. He happens upon an unsuspecting Chevrolet Camaro SS with upgraded camshaft, cylinder heads and intake manifold. Fur ruffles and confrontation seems eminent. The two cars pull alongside one another and come up to speed Read More

Nissan GT-R vs. Mustang GT – 50-150 MPH Street Hits

January 19th, 2024

Round, brown and apt to get down, our man Frank is hot on the trail of some street racing (in Mexico) this evening. He’s sniffed out a grudge match between a twin turbo Nissan GT-R and a naturally aspirated Ford Mustang GT. Both these cars are modified to enhance performance. The all-wheel drive Nissan GT-R is equipped with a twin turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 currently claiming 720whp. Modifications include performance exhaust downpipes, an E85 tune, an oversize intercooler and aftermarket intake manifolds. This car not only looks great – it runs like a scalded dog. In the other lane is the Read More

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