V6 Vengeance 2
A mix of runs from the day I first ran with the Intercooler and additional Boost.
We had Boost issues which meant the turbo couldn't make over 10.5psi Boost. First pass was in pure street trim, then we made a soft pass to make sure nothing was going to break with the slicks on, then we got into it and made some quicker runs. On that day we made 13 passes within 5 hours, all in the 12-second zone. Not bad for a car that was a daily driver at the time.
10 Second V6 Wagon
Geoff Whyte's VN Wagon is a beast. 10-second quarters from a V6 powered station wagon is nothing to sneer at.
One of Geoff's mate's did the filming, so blame him for the wobbly footage. :)
1TUFSS Makes An Impressive Amount of Smoke
Normally we don't expect much from late model cars but this VE Commodore impressed a few with the sheer amount of smoke it was producing. It had smoke coming out of all orifices at Avalon.
Sleeper Wagon II
A heads up race between a modified EVO Lancer and the 440 wagon.
I was running a dial in of 8.7 prior to this run but I brought it back to 9.1 to run heads up with the lancer. I stood on the brakes at the other end so as to not breakout in the "dial your own" bracket.
Old footage shot with a hi8 camera around 1999-2000
Here's a 12.1 second run of V6 Vengeance where you can hear the full sound of the engine.