Turbo Silverado vs. Supercharged Mustang – Street Hits

January 9th, 2019

Roll racing is frowned upon by some. Usually those who haven’t tried it. My heart will always be in the dig, but there is something exhilarating about hitting the interstate for some high-speed shenanigans. Boosted vehicles are ideal for roll racing because they have ample opportunity to spool-up before the racing begins at 40, 50, or 60 mph. From there, it’s pure power through 140 or 150 mph – what’s not to love? This clip features street (roll) racing between a diverse group of vehicles. There’s a Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pickup truck with a 5.3-liter engine and Garrett S480 turbocharger. Read More

Supercharged Audi R8 vs. Lamborghini Aventador

January 6th, 2019

This is a video that takes us behind the scenes. We get to see some great street (roll) racing, but we also get a chance to see a sample of the many hours of labor that are spent making these cars so fast and reliable. The shop is Race Proven Motorsports (RPM) in New Castle, Delaware and they are turning out some of the most impressive street racing GM vehicles on the planet. Production begins with a 2017 Camaro ZL1 with a manual transmission. It will undergo a dyno test to obtain stock horsepower before getting some serious modification in Read More

Nasty Nitrous Fox Body vs. Procharged Camaro SS

January 5th, 2019

Buckle up racing fans! It’s time to take it to the streets (of Mexico) for some 45/50 mph roll racing hits. Featured in this clip are a trio of purpose-built muscle cars dedicated to interstate dominance. The oddball is a Fox Body Mustang. No shortage of curb appeal here, but what makes this ride truly unique is hidden beneath the bonnet. It’s packing a big punch from a 6.0-liter (LQ9) GM truck engine. The big truck mill has been upgraded with high-performance internals (fully-built), Texas Speed cylinder heads, and a 175hp shot of laughing gas. The Chevy motor is carbureted Read More

Street Digs – Philadelphia vs. Delaware

January 3rd, 2019

The drag racing action is heating up tonight as competitors from the “First State” of Delaware gear-up to take on the City of Brotherly Love (Philadelphia, PA). These street racers have trailered their rides to an undisclosed location (south of the border) for some heads-up quarter-mile dig racing. The rules are really simple. Don’t jump too soon, don’t cross the center line, and be the first one to cross the finish line; do these three things and chalk up a win for your team. First to the line is a Procharged Ford Mustang against a Gen V Pontiac GTO with Read More

800HP Chevy C10 vs. 900HP Caddy CTS-V – Street Hits

January 2nd, 2019

This must be typical night life in Mexico by now? Gather your fastest friends and take it to the streets for some high-powered roll (60 – 140 mph) racing. That’s good, clean fun and a dose of excitement to be enjoyed by all. Tonight, we have a (square-body) Chevrolet C10 Shortbed pickup(800hp), with an LS engine and a heavy-duty 4L80E transmission taking on a couple of Cadillac coupes. The first is black with a methanol injection, a camshaft upgrade, and a full accoutrement of bolt-ons. The next Caddy is a pearl white coupe with a 2.3-liter Magnuson Heartbeat supercharger (upgrade). Read More

Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 vs. Jeep SRT Trackhawk – Big Money Street Digs

December 21st, 2018

Greetings street racing fans and welcome to an epic street battle between two of the street’s heaviest hitters. Again, we go down Mexico way to see the bell cow of the Camaro lineup take on an all-wheel drive SUV in an eighth-mile dig race with no track prep. With a pile of cash on the line, there is no shortage of personality as the final staging begins. Guys are showing their loyalty and support and getting a few bucks down before it’s too late. Make no mistake – the real stars of this show are the vehicles. The ZL1 is Read More

8-Second Mopar – Dodge Demon on Nitrous

December 15th, 2018

It seems by now that everyone with a driver’s license has heard about the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. Between its 840hp supercharged HEMI V8, and its trunk loaded (from the factory) with drag racing specific goodies, the Demon is the most capable dig racing machine ever mass produced. Is there another model that provides a set of skinny fronts, a factory floor jack, and a drag racing tool kit – all neatly secured from the factory? This car is awesome but what could make it better? More power, of course! Add a 75hp-shot of laughing gas from Nitrous Outlet, Read More

Grabber Blue Fox Body – Small Tire Domination

December 14th, 2018

It’s drag racing time in the land of Bounty Hunter’s No Prep Grudge Nationals II and some really nasty gunslingers have trailered in with intentions of taking home the $25K cash prize. Flacco is in town (San Antonio Raceway) with his twin turbo Cornfed Chevy S10 pickup and he has dollar signs (in his eyes) where his pupils used to be. Despite Flacco’s presence, the feature for this clip is a Grabber Blue Fox Body Mustang. This car is tearing up the track in Small Tire No Prep and we wanted to get a look under the hood. We were Read More

9-Second Gear Jammer – Firebird Formula 6-Speed

December 6th, 2018

Welcome fellow racing fans and drivers alike. This video installment features a car in which a potentially aggravating combination is used. Manual transmissions and nitrous systems are rarely used in conjunction with one another. The suddenness with which most nitrous systems are introduced can create havoc with manual clutches. Let’s take a look at this clean Pontiac Firebird Formula and see if its crew has discovered a method for success. At the heart of this 9-second beast is an LQ4 based 408 cubic-inch V8 engine with a Stage 3 camshaft, set of Trick Flo cylinder heads, a Holley Sniper intake Read More

$7000 Cash Prize – Street Digs

December 3rd, 2018

Welcome drag racing fans and speed aficionados of every variety. Welcome back to the Dallas/Ft. Worth (Mexico) Cash Days. Eleven close friends have gathered together south of the border to see who can claim the title of Small Tire Street Racing King of Dallas. The action is winner take all, single elimination, tires under 10.5-inches wide. Competitors kick-in more than $600 each with the winner grabbing more than $7000 at the end. The rules are simple; don’t leave until the light comes on, don’t be the first to cross the center line, and put any part of your vehicle across Read More

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