Street Racing – Ludicrous Tesla vs. Modified GT-R

July 22nd, 2016

In this clip, it’s about to jump off between two extremely powerful but dramatically different daily drivers. The race is all out mayhem between two all-wheel drive powerhouses and it goes from 0 to 100 mph – for $1,000. Whoever is out front, when either car hits 100 mph, takes home the cash. The Tesla S P85D (in Ludicrous mode) is one tough hombre. The Tesla is all-electric, makes approximately 762hp, and can rocket from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.8-seconds. The Nissan is no slouch, with over 550 factory hp and all the bolt-ons. Buckle up – this Read More

True Street – 1100HP Nitto R34 Skyline GT-R

July 16th, 2016

The perfect example of a street car is one that you can beat on during long days at the strip and then drive home in the comfort of cool air conditioning. This Nitto GT-R is just that type of car. It has 245/70/17 Mickey Thompson ET street radial tires but it can still make a 9-second 1/4-mile pass if the need arises. This all-wheel drive monster has a Nitto modified 3.2-liter block with a stroker kit, JE forged pistons, topped with a race ported RB26 cylinder head, and custom secret-spec camshafts. A Precision 8285 turbocharger forces massive amounts of air Read More

Mongoose – 680WHP Nissan 240SX

July 6th, 2016

The featured car in this video has the uncommon ability to tear up the drag strip and stick to the curves like a mouse to a glue-trap. The owner campaigns this beauty on the local 1/4-mile one weekend and runs the heck out of the regional road course the next. This thing is scary fast with neck-snapping torque. This rear-wheel drive coupe is equipped with a 2JZ-GTE Toyota engine, a transmission from an Infiniti G35,  and a rear differential from an Infiniti Q45. It has been treated to an extensive porting and polishing job (intake manifold, exhaust headers, and cylinder Read More

Nissan Drone Does 0 to 60 mph in 1.3-Seconds

June 23rd, 2016

Today Nissan introduces us to their new high-performance drone. Its sole purpose is to track and film the 2017 Nissan GT-R during high-speed maneuvers but today it will race against the GT-R. This impressive drone is built by Tornado XBlades Racing and piloted by James Bowles (2015 British National Drone Racing Champ). The race will take place on the 1/2-mile track at Silverstone (U.K.). The GT-R top speed is an electronically controlled 195 mph. It should leave the drone in the dust (with its top speed of just 114 mph) but curves and hills must be taken into account. This Read More

Street Racing – Cali Style

June 17th, 2016

Southern California has the perfect weather for almost any outdoor activity; that certainly includes street racing. This outstanding assortment of street beasts has gathered on this deserted country road to see who can claim bragging rights for the Golden State. There’s a 650hp second generation Camaro with a 383-cubic inch stroker and a 250hp shot of nitrous, a Canary Yellow Trans Am with a built 408-small block and an F1 supercharger making 800hp, a 400hp Vega, several impressive Gen I Camaros, a 500hp Dodge Demon, a 600hp Nissan GT-R, and lots more. Check it out for yourself; it’s a full Read More

Aussie Street Racing – R32 & R35 GT-Rs

June 11th, 2016

This video begins with a heart-stopping ride-along in an 1,150hp GT-R. You get a hint that this is street racing from “down-under” by the right-hand drive and peculiar accents. The R35 is running a 3.5-liter V6 engine and making 42-pounds of boost. The R32 is equipped with a 3.2-liter inline 6-cylinder engine, a giant ProMod 88-millimeter turbocharger, and a TH400 automatic GM transmission. The combo is producing between 1,200 and 1,300hp. This bit of action took place in a closed parking lot. The R35 comes out of the hole quicker but the R32 seems to have a distinct advantage on the top-end, Read More

1400HP Koenigsegg Agera R Unloosed

May 23rd, 2016

Get a load of this Swedish missile as it cranks up – then tears up the track – eating-up mere mortal supercars along the way. This is one amazing car to look at and it sounds like a beast, too. It’s very rare so don’t miss this sighting from the legendary TT Circuit in Assen, Netherlands. The Koenigsegg Agera R (meaning “take action” in Swedish) is equipped with a twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 engine. In factory trim, the Agera R makes 1,140hp and an astounding 88 lb.-ft. of torque. It can rocket from 0 to 60 mph in only 2.8-seconds, has Read More

2017 Nissan GT-R Exterior and Interior Walk Around

May 14th, 2016

We took a quick walk around the new 2017 Nissan GT-R over at Weston Nissan, the new GT-R gets a 20HP bump from it’s Twin Turbocharged 3.8L V8 to 565HP along with a quite a few interior and external changes.  As per Nissan the retuned suspension offers a smoother ride. An acoustic glass windshield, new sound insulation, and Active Noise Cancellation allow for quieter cruising, too. Added rigidity in the body structure should continue the GT-R’s reputation has a sharp handler, though Check out the video and picture gallery below:    

Roll Racing – TT Lamborghini Goes 213 MPH

May 2nd, 2016

This car bears the moniker ‘MULLET’ after the owner/driver’s hairstyle. This particular hairstyle is often described as ‘business in the front – party in the back’. Well, this Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera must save the party for the street because on the strip (during this TX2K event) it was all about business. There are multiple 200+ mph passes. As impressive as a stock Superleggera is, you’ll never squeeze 213 mph out of it in the half-mile. This car has been modified with an Underground Racing Twin Turbo Package. The package includes twin billet Precision 62-millimeter turbochargers with Tial wastegates and Read More

U.S. GT-R Quarter-Mile Record Falls

April 11th, 2016

Well, it seems that the Nissan GT-R 1/4-mile U.S. record battle has jumped off as expected. Extreme Turbo Systems (ETS), one of the world’s leading experts in turbocharged high-performance research and development, has posted a new U.S. record 1/4-mile pass of 7.32-seconds @ 196 mph. That’s pretty impressive but when you consider that the car lifted a cylinder head during the final run (at 60-pounds of boost), it seems ever more outstanding. Key improvements to the ETS Nissan GT-R include the twin-turbos, which have been upgraded from 72-millimeter units to 76-millimeter, a new Syvecs ECU/4WD Controller for improved tuning capabilities Read More

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