900WHP BMW 325i – Track Roll Racing Beast

March 15th, 2019

Greetings racing fans! Please allow me to introduce Francis Von Louie and his awesome BMW 325i. This is a car purpose-built to run 60-65 mph rolls on the track. To say that Frank dominated the competition during the SlipStream Roll Racing season of 2018 would be an understatement. This clip grabs some of the best moments of the summer and brings them to you, here. Take a gander. The 2.8-liter M52 engine in Frank’s sedan has been rebuilt with high-performance connecting rods and pistons. The turbocharger has been upgraded to a Borg Warner S369 (at 32 psi) and he is Read More

8-Second Demon is Pure Carbon Fiber

March 12th, 2019

Gearhead Fabrications and the Speedkore Performance Group collaborated on this beautiful carbon-fiber Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. Under the hood is a custom twin turbo setup with a pair of Precision 7675 turbochargers. A CO2 boost controller and a two-step rev-limiter help to keep all the ponies in the pen. The engine is basically stock (except for the supercharger delete). Fuel is supplied via a Fore Innovations triple pump through ID 1300CC fuel injectors. A Protorque torque converter, DSS (the Driveshaft Shop) carbon-fiber driveshaft, and a rear end brace are the only other modifications. At 1,200hp, this Demon is the most Read More

Carbon Fiber R33 Skyline – Ride Along Street Hits

February 15th, 2019

The JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) R33 Skyline is the black sheep of the Nissan Skyline family. Overweight, oversized, clunky, and under-powered are all adjectives used to describe this often-maligned sports coupe. So, what’s a guy (or gal) to do? Knuckle-under and succumb to the pressure? Buy a more desirable R32 or R34 Skyline, instead? Negative! The R33 owner in this video chose to go with the most unpredictable of options. He has dumped a load of cash into changing every single body panel (and the wheels) into lightweight carbon fiber. This not only netted a significant reduction in the overall Read More

9-Second Evo – Track Rolls

February 11th, 2019

Goal oriented people tend to stand out in society. Racers are no different. This Puerto Rican Lancer Evolution was built with a goal of running 8s in the quarter and hitting 190 mph in the rolls. Crew and car are making huge strides. Today, they will get a chance to hone their skills in the All-Wheel Drive Class of the PR500. Any other fast AWD cars come to mind? Hmm… Even at first glimpse, the carbon fiber doors, roof, and deck lid hint that this isn’t your ordinary four-banger sedan. Nevertheless, an inline four-cylinder, 2.0-liter (4G63) engine with a Precision Read More

Toyota MR2 Takes on the Streets

February 3rd, 2019

Looking like a mini Mad Max creation, this Toyota MR2 is a mid-engine powered nightmare for the competition. A murdered-out paint scheme, ground raking stance, and custom wide-body kit give this ride a most menacing appearance. Under the hood, a Honda (K20) engine block, with Carillo connecting rods and CP pistons, has been sleeved and outfitted with a built cylinder head and a set of Stage 2 cams. A Precision 6266 turbocharger (and everything that it entails) is the lone power-adder. A PPG Dog Box (manual) transmission handles the shifting duties and a Pro Jay dual-injector (FIC injectors) intake manifold Read More

1000HP Turbo 2JZ Toyota Pickup – Ride Along Street Hits

January 12th, 2019

After picking-up this 1993 Toyota pickup for only $800, Ralphy set out to use his knowledge and experience to build a fun vehicle that was both a good daily driver and a beast on the street and strip. Today, we get a chance to crawl into the passenger seat and ride-along as Ralphy shows-off the fruit of his labors and tells us a little about the journey – up until now. First of all; this rough looking little pickup is powered by a 2JZ inline 6-cylinder engine (Diamond pistons with powder forged connecting rods) with a Precision 7675 turbocharger. All Read More

8-Second Honda Swapped Toyota Tacoma

November 27th, 2018

By now it has been established that the Haltech World Cup Finals (Import vs. Domestic) draws some of the baddest and most unique rides in racing. The focus-vehicle vehicle for this clip is nothing if not capable and unique. Running in the eights, this street truck has to be considered among the upper echelon at any event. The Toyota chassis and Honda/domestic drivetrain certainly stand out from the crowd. The vehicle is a 2003 Toyota Tacoma. It is equipped with a Honda K24 engine. Nearly stock, the Honda bottom end is gently massaged with Manley connecting rods and JE Pistons. 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

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

Sickest Acura on the Planet

November 6th, 2018

No, you have not flipped your wig! This is a left-hand drive, JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) Acura Integra that has been radically modified aesthetically and mechanically. The color is Porsche Orange but the attitude is cutting edge. Under the hood is a 2.4-liter (K24) bottom-end (from a Honda Element) with a K20R cylinder head. It has a Precision 62-millimeter turbocharger with a Golden Eagle intake manifold. Every electrical connector and wiring harness on this car is redone with heavy-duty in mind. Car owner, Ryan Basserri is the owner of Rywire so, innovative wiring is his stock in trade and it Read More

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