FORD EXPEDITION AIRS IT OUT!
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The driver of this Ford Expedition let it all hang out as he launches it
off of a dirt jump at Dennis Anderson Muddy Motorsports Park and drives
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2005 Ford Expedition Dyno Tune 360 HP Last Tune
This is my 2005 Ford Expedition on the Dyno at Steeda. I have installed
Flow Master Exhaust, Airaid Cold Air
Kit, SCT Tuned w/3 Tunes: 87 oct, 89 oct and 93 oct tunes. It roles on 20"
American Racing Triple Threads with 3:73 Gears. Pushes out about 360 HP at
the flywheel, about 60 HP more than stock.
The FARM TRUCK! The ultimate sleeper truck
http://www.1320video.com/store/dvd/ Sean's farm truck from
midweststreetcars / 405 is one of the a best sleepers out there, this beat
up old farm truck really puts down the power with it's Nitrous assisted big block, running into the 10's
at the track, and spanking cars on the street! Check out the wheelies it
pulls off with some help from PIMP JUICE (his creation)
Sleepers Two Official Trailer
This is a short documentary I made for a class. Using mostly my own found
footage, I give a commentary on "Sleepers" and my own personal experiences
This video was intended to tell a story and be mildly entertaining/funny.
No one in this film thinks they drive the fastest car on the planet. We are
all aware of our limitations.
Try to enjoy it :)
I'm getting messaged like crazy to reveal the mod lists for my cars. This
is a bit difficult to do for the Regal since it almost never had the same
setup on it for more than a few weeks! Anyway I'll try my best!
Z34 - Intake and chip. Stock at the time of the Iroc-Z race.
SHO - SHO SHOp catless Ypipe (That's it!!!) (Stock during most of the Races
in this Video)
vs tuned turbo Cobalt at the Track.
Regal: Headers, mild cam, pulley, tune and intake
Vs stock G8. Regal: same mods as above
11.9 @ 112 in the 1/4 on slicks with some c16 race gas mixed in, m90 blower
Vs full bolt on, gears, tuned 2011 Mustang v6. Regal: TVS swap with
stock TVS pulley. 7psi of Boost.
vs full bolt on, 3.55 gears, tuned 1998 Cobra. Regal: same setup as vs the
Vs 330whp low 12 second Vortech supercharged 2002 Mustang GT. Regal: TVS swap + 2.8''
pulley (14psi) and ethanol.
374whp with same mods as vs the blown GT
As always the Regal had stock heads and never had an Intercooler!
Thanks for all the comments!
First two songs:
"Wake of the Martyrs"
By Secession Studios
Sleeper minivan beats riced Honda Civic on track
Because I get it a lot, yes, this was at PIR.
Just shows that a sleeper car can still put a Honda in it's place. This
Plymouth minivan was one of the fastest cars on the track finishing a
quarter mile at 123.42 MPH. Definitely not an easy task! Either way, it's
always fun to watch some fancy Honda get his ass handed to him on a
720-hp Global XRS 7200 6x6 Expedition Vehicle Thunders
If the Earthroamer XV-LTS and Mercedes Zetros don't quite reach the level
of luxury-meets-off-road-fortitude you're looking for, may we suggest the
Action Mobil Global XRS 7200. This large expedition vehicle combines six
driven wheels of off-road fury with a luxuriously appointed living pod that
has the look of a chic city apartment. It brings comfort and style to the
farthest stretches of desert, highest reaches of mountains and deepest
sections of jungle. And it costs several times the average stationary home.
Action Mobil has upgraded the driver's cabThe Action Mobil Global XRS 7200
made a recent appearance at the Düsseldorf Caravan SalonThe Action Mobil
Global XRS 7200 at Düsseldorf Caravan Salon 2014 (photo: Messe
Düsseldorf...Inside the Global XRS 7200View all
Action Mobil designs some of the world's most extreme all-terrain
expedition vehicles out of its headquarters in the Austrian Alps. The
company got started more than 35 years ago when founders Stefanie and
Otfried Reitz, then advertising executives, were looking for a vehicle to
travel in through Africa for a fashion photo shoot. They needed something
rugged enough to navigate to photogenic backdrops of the veld but
comfortable enough to keep fashion models prettied, smiling and
camera-ready. Finding nothing suitable on the market, they developed their
own, realizing along the way that there was a real market for such a
Fast forward to 2014 and the Global XRS 7200, a highlight of the recent
Düsseldorf Caravan Salon. The large expedition vehicle has a grumbling
720-hp engine cranking its six wheels – that's more than double the horsepower of the
aforementioned XV-LTS or Zetros. A central tire inflation system ensures
that the tires are at the right pressure to effectively put all that power
to use over the variable terrain below. Action Mobil's "Arctic Kit" keeps
the truck running smoothly in cold weather.
The 18-ton 7200 is built atop a MAN chassis and measures 31.8 x 8.1 x 12.4
ft (L x W x H, 9.7 x 2.47 x 3.79 m), with its camper body occupying 23.6
feet (7.2 m) of that overall length. The all-terrain rover has dual 400-L
(105.7-gal) diesel tanks toward the center of its wheelbase and 140-L
(37-gal) black water and 250-L (66-gal) gray water tanks just forward of
the fuel supply. Fresh water comes from the onboard 720-liter (190-gal)
A rear lift makes it easy to carry and access a bike
Since an 18-ton truck-camper really limits one's maneuvering capabilities,
Action Mobil offers a rear motorcycle lift. The hydraulically controlled
rack lowers down to drop a much more nimble, two-wheeled form of
transportation into the driver's hands.
As impressive as the ultra-rugged exterior is, the spacious,
climate-controlled interior is arguably even more impressive due to a cozy,
elegant look with rich, grained paneling; stone flooring, counters and
tabletops; LED lighting and metal trim. The central kitchen area cooks up
meals on its Gaggenau induction cooktop and steam oven. Food can be found
in the single or dual 175-L (46.2-gal) refrigerators and single 150-L
(39.6.-gal) freezer, all custom-insulated by Action Mobil. A Miele
washer-dryer unit keeps the family's clothes fresh on extended journeys.
Inside the Global XRS 7200
Like virtually every other camper and RV out there, the Global XRS 7200 has
a convertible dinette set that doubles as a bed. The design includes
expanded sitting, eating and sleeping space via a second, smaller
convertible dinette just forward of the rear, two-berth master suite.
Just behind the Alcantara-trimmed driver's cab, which accesses the camper
by way of pass-through door, the bathroom houses a soft-closing bidet
toilet, sink and shower. The remainder of the interior fills out with a
generous amount of closet, cabinet and drawer space.
When you're spending days, weeks or months traveling on and off the grid,
keeping entertained can be a real concern. The Global XRS 7200 covers its
occupants with a 40-in HD TV, Apple TV media streamer, Bose audio system
and multi-TB hard drive for storing multimedia content. It is also equipped
with a satellite internet connection and wireless local area network.
The Global XRS 7200 features an entertainment package with 40-in HD TV
A 720Ah lithium-ion battery bank with 5,000-watt inverter keeps all
electrical equipment up and running. The batteries are charged off the
engine during driving, and a 1,440-watt roof-mounted solar array takes over
when the 7200 is camped out.
Action Mobil does not list pricing information for its custom made
expedition vehicles on its website, nor on the XRS 7200 information packet
it sent us. The price was quoted at €850,000 (US$1.1 million) on a
Caravan Salon video presentation, and we're sure it could quickly rise up
over €1 million depending upon the equipment and options selected by the