Chevy Shootout – Corvette vs SS vs Camaro

December 7th, 2019

Hello race fans and welcome to a night of street racing featuring some awesome Chevrolet competitors. In this clip, you will see a flock of modified Corvette coupes, some Camaro entries and even a Chevrolet SS sedan or two. First up is a black Corvette C5. It has undergone some radical mods, including a 414 cubic-inch engine (Texas Speed?) and an F1A Procharger. Next, is a (600hp) Chevrolet SS with a D1SC Procharger Kit. Then we have a white LS3 Corvette with modified cylinder heads, camshaft and intake manifold. He’s making about 490hp at the rear wheels. A 670hp Camaro Read More

4800HP Camaro Goes Small Tire

November 26th, 2019

Bill Lutz and the crew from CIA Performance built a Camaro which is the focal point of this video. Bill has drag raced about every way possible; quarter-mile, eighth-mile, No Prep, Outlaw, Street, not to mention big tire and small tire. He has campaigned this Camaro for more than 15-years and has been very successful. Let’s drop in for a look. Making this rocket fly is a 477 cubic-inch Miner Brothers Racing engine with a pair of 98-millimeter Bullseye turbochargers. A Haltech unit is being used as a stand-alone controller and each cylinder is outfitted with dual Atomizer 800-pound fuel Read More

TT Mustang GT350 vs Corvette, Hellcat and Lamborghini – Street Hits

November 15th, 2019

What? Street racing before dark? You gotta love that! These competitors have dipped down into Old Mexico for some roll racing under the bright sunshine. For the sake of safety and fairness, this type of racing is typically conducted in the wee hours of the morning (before daylight). This clip yields a rare look at some roll racing by top tier competition. Take a gander. The camera car (and focal point) for today is a modified (twin turbo) Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. It is silver in color; with black racing stripes. In the first matchup, the GT350 takes on a Read More

1500HP Classic Camaro – 8-Second Street Car

October 1st, 2019

It ain’t about being flashy. It’s all about how fast you can get from point A to point B. Certainly, Mark Urban (Urban Racecars) has built himself a Camaro that can get from A to B in one quick hurry. What it lacks in shine, it more than makes up for in performance. Let’s catch up with Mark, fresh from Drag Week. Under the hood of this Chevy is an LSx V8 (7.0-liter) engine running a hydraulic camshaft/lifter setup. It has a stock LS3 intake manifold, 2002 Corvette exhaust manifolds and a 5-inch air-to-air intercooler. The turbochargers are a pair Read More

LT1 Gen IV Camaro – 8.01-Second Quarter-Mile

July 16th, 2019

Let’s drop in at Street Car Takeover and have a look at a beast of a Gen IV Camaro. Campaigned by the guys at Tick Performance, this thing is being billed as the fastest LT1/T56 combination on the planet. Powered by what the driver calls the “Junk LT” this Gen II LT1 engine is built with an economy crankshaft, connecting rods and pistons. Cramming air down the snout of this unlikely mill is a Precision (8891) 88-millimeter turbo. The transmission is a manual T56 built by Tick Performance. It’s loaded with their clutch components and hardware. Output at the rear Read More

7-Second Patriot Camaro – LS Fest West Domination

June 7th, 2019

Howdy race fans and welcome to the Holley LS Fest West from Sin City – Las Vegas, NV. The focal point of this clip is a late model Camaro (body) campaigned by the skilled experts at Texas Speed and Performance. TSP has built a car that comes out of the hole like a bullet. It devours the 1320 like an asphalt carnivore and goes straight as an arrow. Consistent 7-second passes are expected when you see this late model Camaro. The patriotic wrap on this Chevy is great. It is a steel Camaro body on a race car chassis. At Read More

2400HP Camaro Dominates Small Tire No-Prep

April 8th, 2019

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to Bounty Hunters No-Prep Grudge Nationals IV in San Antonio. Allow me to introduce the Blacksheep Mafia crew and their Gen4 Camaro land rocket. This is a fresh build with only a half-dozen passes logged since the rebuild. Powered by a “Selfish” 540 cubic-inch big block, with a massive F3-136 ProCharger (58psi boost), there has been some talk that this might be a car in need of downsizing in the output department. It is currently capable of producing more than 2,400hp at the rear wheels. Since those rear wheels are competing in the Small 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

Cowmaro – 1100HP Full Build Rundown

November 10th, 2018

Want to know how to squeeze over 1,000HP out of an LS Camaro? Here’s the gameplan: At the heart of this all-American monster is an RPM built 416 cubic-inch (Texas Speed 4-inch stroke crankshaft) LS3 block with Callie’s CompStar connecting rods and Wiseco pistons. The compression ratio is estimated to be 11:1. That’s ideal when you’re running E85 fuel. The camshaft is an RPM general purpose unit that is relatively versatile. The moderate cam allows the car to run a supercharger, turbos, or naturally aspirated without a lot of extra headaches. Up top, we have a set of LSA ported Read More

Import vs. Domestic – Boosted Mustang vs. Lamborghini

October 31st, 2018

Check it our all you high rollers. We have some import versus domestic roll racing south of the border, down Mexico way. In a rolling version of Clash of the Titans, these modified chariots are all set to do battle on the interstate. The gloves are off as these purpose-built machines lock horns in brief but intense contests that will take these cars from 60 mph to 140 mph, before lining up to do it again. In our first dust-up, we have a Paxton Mustang running E85 fuel; rolling out against a twin turbo Lamborghini (750hp) with an EuroPower Stage Read More

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