1000HP Forza Trackhawk vs 1000HP Brand-X Trackhawk – Street Hits

February 27th, 2020

Join along as Brenton Brown, founder and president of Forza Tuning and Performance takes us on a journey through their various stages of Jeep Trackhawk modification. At the end of his presentation, we get to see them take to the streets (of Mexico) for an actual dual with Brand-X Jeep Trackhawk – on the streets! Buckle up and hold on for this one. The factory Jeep Trackhawk starts off a lot like the Hellcat. It ain’t no badas*s, but them that are clear out of his way. With race gas, 840hp can be realized – in a street SUV with Read More

Havoc 2500WHP Restomod Dodge Challenger

February 18th, 2020

Rides by Kam has taken this 1970 Dodge Challenger and turned it into a work of art. Gone are the unsightly surfaces associated with underhood and undercarriage and uniquely accentuated polymer covers take their place. Even the lines and grooves in the sheet metal have been reproportioned – enhanced if you will – into something that supersedes perfection. Take a look. The engine is a 572 cubic-inch HEMI. It is all-aluminum (block and cylinder heads) with a billet crank, Diamond forged pistons and aluminum connecting rods. Forced air induction is handled with a Procharger F3R blower that is driven directly Read More

Salvage Title Mustang Runs 9s

January 31st, 2020

I can’t help but love these junkyard to winner’s circle stories – especially when the transformation takes only four-days. That’s right, these guys grabbed this salvage title 2016 Mustang GT from the junkyard and with their Mustang Lifestyle supercharger kit ($16,450) in hand, they turned this pony car around in just four-days. Take a gander at this thing. Looks like this Mustang was stolen and damaged. Maybe even some interior damage. After all that was repaired, these gearheads wanted to add a little go-fast. They needed look no farther than Mustang Lifestyle and their VMP Gen 3 Supercharger Kit. In Read More

1965 Mercury Comet – 10-Second Junkyard Build

December 31st, 2019

It ain’t how you look. It’s what you have under the hood! Well, this 1965 Mercury Comet Coupe is packing a load under there. Nope. She ain’t gonna win any beauty prize. Her sheet metal is far from straight and her paint hasn’t been shiny in many moons. Nevertheless, there’s a certain charm to this old girl. Could it be the massive chunk of iron under the hood? This is the biggest of the Ford big block engines – a 460 cubic-inch monster. This is the kind of mill that only came in huge station wagons and pickup trucks, but Read More

Restomod Mustang – Best of Old and New

December 20th, 2019

What do you get when you take the very best aesthetic details of a 1970 Mustang Fastback – then add the very best modern performance parts (including a Chevy engine) of today? Take a look at this video for the answer. This is one beautiful classic muscle car that performs like a late model race car. It’s called the Ruffian Mustang. Check it out. Believe it or not, it all began with a rusted out daily driver Mustang. Nothing special here; just a run-of-the-mill powertrain, stock chassis and porous sheet metal. After the body is separated from the frame, the Read More

CTS-V Kong Blower Swap – Dyno, Street and Strip

November 22nd, 2019

Joey and the crew at Race Proven Motorsports (RPM) have built a Cadillac that kills on the street and strip. Despite being modified with some of the best performance goodies available, this video takes us through the process of a supercharger upgrade. This 2011 Cadillac CTS-V will be shedding the factory blower for a brand-new Kong 2650 blower. There is a lot to love about this product. Let’s take a look. This cruiser already has a Texas Speed and Performance 416 cubic-inch engine with a set of LS9 cylinder heads by Advanced Induction. The camshaft is an RPM custom grind. Read More

Brown Sugar – Turbo LS Swapped Olds Cutlass

November 19th, 2019

Wanna see what ‘off the beaten path’ looks like? In this video it looks like a 1984 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme (with a landau top). It sounds more like a Camaro or a Corvette. Could be the LS swap. Hmmm. Let’s have a closer look. This G-Body has got a lot under the hood. It all begins with a built 6.0-liter LS (Chevy) engine. Internals include aftermarket racing pistons, connecting rods and valvetrain components. It also has a generic turbocharger (a big one) with an air-to-air intercooler (also huge). The combo is good for 1000hp. Shifting is handled via a powerglide Read More

Sweet Ford F-150 – Turbo Coyote Masterpiece

November 13th, 2019

You won’t hear me say it often, but this truck is a work of art. The owner has built a real showstopper of an F-150 using a Ford powertrain and a combination of OEM and aftermarket performance parts. The exterior is outstanding with Recon lighting and tastefully modified OEM badging, this thing is sleek and low. Slicks out back are on 17-inch wheels and the fronts are 20s. The interior is a pilot’s dream. Seriously comfortable racing seats and harnesses round out the look that says, “all business”. The engine is a modular Coyote 5.0-liter with a BOSS factory intake. Read More

Step by Step – 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner-Hellcat

October 25th, 2019

The HELLRUNNER is a full blown, body off restomod performed expertly by Fast Freddie’s Rod Shop in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Fast Freddie takes us in a step-by-step journey to unite style and speed. The 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner is a snapshot of muscle car heyday. The Chrysler Hellcat drivetrain achieved legendary status the instant it rolled off the assembly line in 2015. Marrying these two icons was more a matter of “when” than “if”. Believe it or not, this entire project begins with a barn find (I must be looking in the wrong barns). The Mopar was discovered sitting under a Read More

Turbo GMC Sierra – Double the Output

October 14th, 2019

Greetings drag racing fans and speed freaks of every ilk. So, you want to go fast but just can’t shake the appeal of your full-size pickup? I can relate. What if you could retain the stock appearance of your GMC/Chevrolet Sierra/Silverado and double the horsepower? I say, heck yeah. Just sell me the recipe. Well, here it is for free. This video takes us on a journey – from stock to totally outrageous. It all begins with a bone stock 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 2WD with a 5.3-liter V8 engine and an automatic transmission. From the factory, this tough truck Read More

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