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

LS9 Swapped Mustang Gets Last Laugh

November 15th, 2018

When it comes to racing, you can expect a certain amount of trash talking. They talk about your crew, talk about your car, and they talk about you. It don’t mean nothing on the blacktop and haters are going to hate. The racer featured in this clip has been teased, ridiculed, and outright criticized about things that don’t matter a hill of beans in the big picture. So, he’s got a Chevy mill in a cherry Mustang. I say live and let live. One thing is for sure; he plans to take the cash and bragging rights on the way Read More

World’s Fastest 2018 Mustang – Street Hits

October 25th, 2018

Get in, buckle up, and hold on! It’s time for a great night of roll racing on the streets of Mexico. On hand is a rowdy mix of import and domestic vehicles that have been heavily modified for the sole purpose of street racing. Right outta the gate, we have a 1,000+hp Nissan GT-R on 36-pounds of boost. Blue Corvette is running an LSx engine with an F1A Procharger. World’s fastest Mustang (with a stock motor and transmission); it has a twin turbo kit built by Aldo Welds at Midnight Performance. It’s tuned by Lund Racing. The first group begins Read More

1675HP Mustang – Stock Auto World Record Holder

October 20th, 2018

Greetings drag racing fans and fellow speed freaks of every ilk! Welcome to Street Car Takeover Atlanta; sponsored by Nitto Tires. Featured in this clip is a stunning Gen VI Ford Mustang with a modular mill by Fast Forward Racing Engines. It is loaded with Manley ID connecting rods, custom ground Diamond pistons, a stock crankshaft, and stock camshafts. Of course, it has a stock (6L80) automatic transmission with overdrive. All World Record passes referred to in this video pertain to a Ford Mustang with a stock automatic transmission. It’s fall in Georgia. Humidity is near maximum levels and the Read More

8-Second Twin Turbo FoxBody Mustang

October 3rd, 2018

Greetings drag racing fans and fellow speed freaks from every sport. Please allow me to introduce Mark and his 1,000hp Ford Mustang. Yes, it’s a FoxBody and, not only is it one of the fastest street cars in the country, it’s also one of the most amazing – from an aesthetic point of view. No LS motor here; not even a modular. Under the hood is a 5.8-liter (351W) small block Ford with a set of hi-rise cylinder heads that have been ported and polished to the point that you can almost see into the combustion chamber. This is a Read More

Nine-Second Nightmare – Mustang GT500

October 1st, 2018

By: Mohammad Rana Welcome to Street Car Takeover Charlotte. Featured in this video is a Gen V Mustang GT500 tuned by (Lee) Blankenship Tuning and Performance. Under the hood is a built 5.8-liter V8 topped with a Kenne Bell 4.7-liter supercharger. A true street car, the GT500 has oversized pullies and is running E85 fuel. The car is capable of producing 1,100whp (Mustang Dyno certified). In this clip, the father and son team are shooting for an 8-second pass. They begin the clip with a pass of 9.09-seconds @ 155.24 mph. Can this experienced racing family shave a few hundredth off Read More

TT Mustang GT – TRC Invitational

August 28th, 2018

Greetings racing fans and welcome to Palm Beach International Raceway for the TRC Invitational. The feature car for this clip is a 2014 Coyote Mustang GT. Built by NUR Performance, this Ford is loaded with an MPR Performance engine. Internals include Clevite main bearings, King Race rod bearings, and ARP hardware; Diamond Custom flat top pistons (10.5:1) with Trend wrist pins and a Total Seal Custom ring set. The connecting rods are Manley H-Beam with ARP2000 bolts. Cylinder heads have been treated to a 5-angle CNC valve job, Cometic gaskets, a set of MPR custom valve springs and retainers, and Read More

July Nights – Top 10 Street Hits

August 24th, 2018

Warning! Bowtie on bowtie violence visible in this media. Although every one of the big three U.S. automakers are represented, along with some quite impressive imports, there are multiple Chevy on Chevy affairs. You have been warned! Buckle up for some street rolls and digs from down Mexico way. A Camaro ZL1 with full bolt-ons and a camshaft upgrade versus a Corvette ZR1 with full bolt-ons (700hp) in numerous roll hits. Must be some camshaft. Camaro is too much for the ‘Vette. This is a row between a 580hp Nissan GT-R Nismo with full bolt-ons and a Mercedes-Benz AMG GTS. Read More

Pavement Pounding Ohio Cash Days

July 28th, 2018

When it comes to street racing, it doesn’t get any more real than this. Fifteen of the baddest street racers in the midwest have gathered on this narrow strip of blacktop to determine who will be the top dog. With $3,300 on the line, these racers know the rules. Cut the light prematurely and you lose. Cross the centerline and you lose. Avoid these two pitfalls and cross the finish line first – you win and advance to the next round. Repeat that seven-times and take home the cash and the bragging rights. Simple, huh? We’ll see. First round call Read More

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