Coyote Capri – Fox Body Heartbreaker

February 7th, 2018

After driving this super-clean Coyote swapped Mercury Capri over 100-miles to his “home track” this racer crushes the competition in the Stick Shift Class (eighth-mile) before loading up his gear for the ride back home. Now that’s what a true street race car is all about. Under the hood of this beauty is a beast (1,000whp) of a Coyote engine with a Vortech YSi (20 psi) supercharger. A Tremec T56 Magnum gearbox with a McLeod clutch transfers all those ponies to  a stock 8.8-inch rear differential. This Merc comes out of the hole like a bullet and glides through the Read More

200 MPH Terminator Mustang – 130 MPH Burnouts

February 1st, 2018

How do you know for sure that your car is making power aplenty? How about when you get to 130 mph and completely break traction and go into a fishtail. That’s as good of an indication as any. At the business end of this pony is a 2014 Shelby engine block with Darton sleeves. The cylinder heads have been upgraded with Ferrea valves and various high performance valve train components. A pair of Bullseye TCT 72-millimeter turbochargers cram serious air into the motor and a Holley Dominator EFI/Engine Management System see that the fuel gets to each cylinder at the Read More

1300HP Fox Body Mustang – Street Hits

January 22nd, 2018

This 8-second (@ 162 mph), 1988 Saleen Mustang is one of the cleanest street/drag cars that I have ever seen. Despite the fact that it has been passed around among friends and owned by the same guy for more than two decades, this Fox Body is as clean as a pin. You will no longer find the four-cylinder Saleen setup under the hood of this pony car. Instead, there is an NPR built Dart Racing (V8) engine with a custom-built (Power by the Hour – PBH) Bullseye 83-millimeter turbocharger kit. The tranny is a PBH built Ford 4R70W (automatic) with Read More

3-Wide Street  Rolls – GT-R vs. Mustang vs. Corvette

January 12th, 2018

Nothing says “loving” like some 3-wide street racing on the interstates of Old Mexico. That is especially true when you have a slew of radically modified imports and domestics ready to roll up on one another and get jiggy with it. Check it out! First of all; our camera car is a Procharged Corvette C7 with exhaust headers. It is running 93 octane premium fuel and taking on a Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck (in the initial contest) with a stock 6.0-liter engine and a Borg Warner S480 turbocharger (10 psi of boost). He is burning E85 fuel. The pickup jumps Read More

Fox Body Grudge Race – Beater Bomb vs. Torch 2.0

January 11th, 2018

This video treats us to a look at a bad little Fox Body Mustang that is known as the Torch 2.o. Although exact equipment specifications are kept close to the vest, it has been determined that the nitrous burning engine in this Mustang is a small block LS (Chevy) based V8. How about them apples? Footage from several dragstrips and multiple events (Small Tire Class) portrays the Torch 2.0 reeking havoc on the competition. The first stop is at the Ice Cream Cruise and the first victim is a classic Ford Falcon. After a small catfish out of the hole, Read More

Hellion Mustang vs. Nitrous Corvette – Street Rolls

January 7th, 2018

This video depicts the automotive equivalent of the Hatfields and McKoys – if a third (feuding) party were added. It is Dodge vs Chevy vs Ford; in no particular order. First up is a modified Dodge Challenger Hellcat. The Chrysler SRT Hellcat Package yields a 6.2-liter supercharged engine that has been deemed the most powerful (707hp) domestic production engine ever. The “Fat Cat” treatment adds upper and lower supercharger pulley upgrades, a cold air intake, and E85 fuel. This sweet looking Ford Mustang is no gentle pony either. This V8 powered steed has been equipped with the twin turbo Hellion Read More

Corn Husker Dig Racing

December 29th, 2017

Those Midwestern farm boys (and girls) are at it again. They have parked the tractors and combines and thrown away the pitchforks. Now they are behind the wheels of some bad street racing iron and they have come together for a day of racing action. On hand are naturally aspirated cars, turbo cars, twin turbo cars, nitrous cars, and supercharged cars. There are plenty of Chevys and Fords; there is even a DSM and a crazy fast rotary powered Datsun (old Nissan). The one thing that all these racers have in common is their desire to take home all the Read More

Twin Turbo HEMI 300 Street Hits

December 4th, 2017

Welcome aboard Mopar Airways Flight 160 (mph that is). Place your luggage in the overhead storage bins and buckle your safety belts. You are about to be treated to some low altitude passes in a Chrysler 300C luxury liner. The Texas (Mexico) streets are hot tonight and this Chrysler sedan is a big reason why. It is trolling for some roll racing action and finding it in droves. This Chrysler 300C has been treated to an engine upgrade. The new mill is a 404 cubic-inch stroker HEMI. It has a pair of bottom-mounted Precision 6766 turbochargers that are being water Read More

2000HP Mustang Drop-Top

October 27th, 2017

In a sea of hopped-up, high-performance street cars, we spotted this Mustang convertible. You just don’t see that many fast drop-tops so, we decided to take a closer look. The venue is Street Car Takeover St. Louis and the Class is Small Tire. This little red Mustang is powered by a 400 cubic-inch small block with an 85-millimeter turbocharger. Power output is estimated at 2,000hp. Round One brings about a touch of Mustang on Mustang fun. Our feature car cuts the light on the competition and gaps him easily. Round Two winds up being the semi-final round and a solo Read More

Muscle Car Madness

October 18th, 2017

You may call it cars gone wild, muscle car madness, or insanity on wheels but it won’t change the fact that this video makes fantasy come to life. Many of us remember the crazy toy cars of our Mattel Hot Wheels collections. With their giant chrome engines, protruding through the hood and towering above the roof line, these tiny die cast creations inspired some of us to build our first hot rods. The cars (and trucks) in this video closely resemble the shiny (and radically modified) toys that we played with as children – only they are very real. Each Read More

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