RWD Stick Shift Quarter-Mile World Record

February 25th, 2019

Greetings racing fans and welcome to TRC Street Kings 2016. This weekend of racing will prove to be a memorable one for a young man (Yandro) and his radically modified Ford Mustang (the Minion). Before it is all said and done, Yandro will hold the World Record for a rear-wheel drive, stick-shift vehicle in the quarter-mile (drag racing) and an Event Record for top speed in the roll racing category. Under the hood, the Mustang has a Levin Motorsports prepared 4.6-liter engine with twin turbochargers (air-to-water intercooler) mated to a T-56 manual transmission. The Minion is capable of producing approximately Read More

Mustang GT500 Kenne Bell vs. GT-R and McLaren – Street Hits

February 19th, 2019

Driving your friend’s GT500 on the streets of Mexico is the absolute best time to encounter a couple of brass ring supercars out trolling for a victim. Even in the darkest of night, the Ford seems outmatched by these top tier sports cars. This is easily seen by all on hand. What is unforeseen is the fact that this (daily driven) Shelby GT500 Mustang has been favorably modified for just such a scenario as this. Take a look. The stock engine and transmission are easy prey for the exotics but a Kenne Bell 2.8-liter blower changes the odds. Power was Read More

Terminator Swapped Fox Body – Street and Strip

February 7th, 2019

The most memorable words in film are uttered by the most memorable characters. When Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator character said, “I’ll be back”, the phrase was etched in the memories of people all over the world. Featured in this video is a slick Fox Body Mustang that is dedicated to bringing the Terminator (engine) back, single handedly. First introduced under the hood of the 2003 and 2004 Mustang SVT Cobra, the Terminator was an iron block supercharged (Eaton 112 Roots) 4.6-liter V8. Forged Manley pistons and twin H-beam connecting rods (with special wrist pin lubrication ports) were added to the bottom 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

$8K Street Race – GT-R vs. Roush Mustang

January 4th, 2019

Frankly, I haven’t got a clue if these guys are street racers who gamble or gamblers who street race. Either way, I’m sure somebody will take exception to it and that’s okay. One thing is for sure – these guys have built some fast cars and they are willing to throw fat stacks of cash down to get a race. Our first car is a Ford Mustang that has been heavily modified. The upper (supercharger) pulley has been upgraded, the exhaust system has been replaced with a less restrictive system, the fuel system has been upgraded, a performance tune has Read More

LS Swapped Mustang – No Prep Nightmare

December 20th, 2018

Oh no – say it ain’t so – is that a 1967 Ford Mustang doing a burnout in the bleach box? Rumor is that it has been retromodded with a turbocharged Chevrolet engine. That’s going to get under the skin of many Mustang purists; many of whom bleed Ford Blue. Motivation for this pony car comes in the form of a salvaged GM LQ9 (6.0-liter) V8 engine (from a 2003 Cadillac Escalade SUV). After only a camshaft upgrade and some cylinder head porting and polishing; the Caddy motor was outfitted with a Borg Warner S475 turbocharger and an intercooler setup. Read More

Procharged Corvette Z06 vs. TwinTurbo Mustang – Street Hits

December 18th, 2018

Welcome fellow racing fans to another night of roll racing on the streets of Mexico. This production treats us to an interesting conglomeration of passes between some of Detroit’s heaviest hitters – the Chevrolet Corvette and the Ford Mustang. Assume that all cars have been modified with a focus on roll racing. The first grouping unfolds with an 850hp Ford Mustang with a pair of turbochargers, a 1,000+hp (white) Corvette (C7) Z06 with an F1X Procharger, and a (black, supercharged 6.2-liter V8) Corvette ZR1 with cylinder head and camshaft upgrades. The first pass of the evening is between the two 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

Import vs. Domestic Street Hits – Supra Vette Mustang

December 1st, 2018

What’s better than some roll racing on a crisp fall night in Mexico? How about 3-wide roll racing on a deserted highway? If that don’t light your fire – your wood must be wet. What we have tonight is a battle royale between a turbocharged Toyota Supra (900 – 950whp), a Procharged C7 Chevrolet Corvette (930whp) from Advanced Modern Performance, a twin turbocharged Ford Mustang (850whp), and a second C7 ‘Vette with full bolt-ons and a kit of nitrous. Mustang is the camera car. Rolling out first is the pony car against the Toyota. The Mustang takes the hit; pulls Read More

800HP Corvette ZR1 vs. N2O Shelby GT500 – Street Hits

November 22nd, 2018

Greetings street racers and welcome to an undisclosed location south of the border for some high-intensity roll racing action. Roll racing typically takes place on the freeway or interstate and involves at least two vehicles. Of course, light traffic is preferred. This often requires street racers to run during the late hours of evening/wee hours of morning. Racing begins as (at least) two racers align, in their respective lanes, and reach a predetermined vehicle speed (usually 60 mph). Racing is interrupted when one of the participants (the winner) reaches a predetermined top speed (usually 140 mph). It ain’t easy. If Read More

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