TX2K13 - 915+whp procharged corvette vs The World (10k+whp combined)
This is one of the most badass corvettes we've run into yet! We go out for
a cruise with some of the fastest cars at TX2K which include 1000whp
procharged c6 Z06, 1000whp TT c6 z06, 1300whp TT C6, two 1000whp TT c5
z06's, 1000whp supra, 1100whp S/C+NOS Viper, and two incredibly fast
porsches. Rolling around town with a pack of cars that make a combined
10,000+whp is always a good time!
TX2K13 - 1500+hp UGR TT Gallardo battles 1700hp LMR Corvette (Tejano Blue)
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Here's a badass run with two amazing cars from Under Ground Racing and Late
Model Racecraft. These two cars are both extremely well built and
unbelievably fast. The Corvette usually puts down 2,200hp for the mile
race, the setup in this video is set to 1700hp. The UGR Gallardo is setup
with the UGR Race Package pushing over 1500hp.
Corvette ZR1 Power Shifting POV, TT Cobra, Evo, GTR Awesome races!
Here is a series of runs from the last event we filmed at. It has a series
of POV camera angles to give you the feeling as if you are driving the car!
This is the infamous "driver mod" on the ZR1 and you can see it first hand
with the POV helmet cam. Please LIKE and SHARE if you want more POV
TX2K13 Night Meet - Burnout Contest
This was the small burnout contest that they hosted at the night meet at
Lonestar Motorsports Park in Sealy TX for TX2K13. Expected more muscle
cars, considering that there were plenty of cars that are over 600hp. But,
it was still a good turnout, the people in the crowd made the show lol.
New World's Fastest Car! Ford GT Bad v8 1700 Hp - 455.817 km/h ( Guinness World Records )
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Performance Power Racing Re-Sets the Guinness World Records holding for
Fastest Standing Mile-Street Car at 283.232 mph
Johnny Bohmer Owner of Performance Power Racing and Driver of the World
Famous BADD GT, along with Matt Lundy, Lead Design Tech, piloted the 1700+
horse power Ford GT down NASA's Shuttle Landing Facility Runway this week
setting a new Guinness World Record at 283.232 mph in the Standing Mile.
The Standing Mile is an event in which a vehicle, from a dead stop,
accelerates completely through the one mile mark.
TX2K13 Omni Parking Lot
Unless you've been here, you truly cannot comprehend the insane amount of
(500-1500+hp) cars that hang out in the parking lot on a daily basis. We
wanted to try and give you a good idea of what it's like to be here.
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800 WHP Ford GT ride
DtRockstar1 takes a ride in an 800 wheel horsepower Ford GT. The Exhaust is insanely loud!
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TX2K14 - 1800hp TT Gallardo 193mph run - Underground Racing Stg 2 Race Version
Mullet brings out his badass 1800whp Twin turbo Gallardo built by Underground Racing. He was
able to secure the fastest mph for the day at the TX2K14 roll race event.
This Gallardo is equipped with Underground Racing's Stage 2 Race Version
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Ford GT40 Challenge Part 1 - Top Gear - BBC
Part 1 of 2: Jeremy falls in love with the Ford GT, despite the fact he can
barely fit in it. It's an improvement on the GT40 though, which he couldn't
get in at all! The extra three inches makes all the difference.
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8 sec.Supra vs GT-R vs EVO TX2k13
A couple of Supra's vs. GT-R EVO @ Tx2K13
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AMS Alpha Omega: TX2K13 Event
AMS brought the Alpha Omega back to Lonestar Motorsports Park this past
weekend for the annual TX2K event (TX2K.com). This has always been a big
event for AMS giving us the first major opportunity of the year to meet
with our customers, fans and dealers alike.
Since traction was a major issue for Omega last year, our goal this year
was to focus on the traction control system and the new Syvecs 4wd
Controller to help hook the tires to the track better. This was our first
time testing the new 4wd controller and it wasn't quite a plug and play
operation. Additionally, the absence of all the high horsepower RWD cars they had
last year laying down sticky rubber made for some slick conditions at this
year's TX2K event.
On Saturday, Omega made a series of three low Boost passes in an effort to nail down the
effectiveness of the new 4wd Controller and dial in the traction control
system. Despite still having major traction issues on the third pass, Ivan
was able to take Omega on an email@example.com pass down the track to secure
the number one spot in qualifying for the GT3 Unlimited class. Chris Black
and Ivan worked on troubleshooting the traction control system after the
drag event closed for the day and felt that had things figured out for
Sunday's race. The goal for Sunday was to run a little more Boost in order to best the current R35 record
of 8.62 set by Ivan in Omega at this same event last year.
The track once again was very slick and we continued to fight traction on
Sunday. Chris had the TCS working but the system is based on front vs rear
wheel speeds. At a marginally higher Boost level than Saturday this was causing all
4 wheels to spin almost the same speed, making the traction control
ineffective on such a slick surface. With a 30mph crosswind kicking up
again, Omega was proving difficult to handle while still not even running
near its full power potential. The 1/8th mile time and speed needed to
break our previous record was not a possibility because we could not apply
any more power in the first half of the track. Ivan launched hard on all
four passes for the day in hopes to hook up cleanly out of the hole.
Traction still wasn't there and he had to counter steer hard to keep the
car from running into the wall or opposite lane on each pass.
Beating our current world record of 8.62 @ 173.81mph was still the foremost
objective. Each time Omega got loose during the launch, Ivan hoped to ease
off a little and still pull off a record time by making it up on the back
half. By the 4th pass, it was determined that the track was just not going
to provide enough grip to break last year's record. On that pass, the
tires spun from the launch to almost the 1/8th mile where the wheel speed
finally dropped from 140+ MPH back down to 117 MPH when the tires finally
hooked up. Since the times were not improving and after some serious
consideration, the crew made the decision to bow out of the event for a
better opportunity to beat our existing GT-R record.
All in all, AMS was happy to take home the trophy for fastest trap speed of
the weekend at 172.9 MPH and also click off the quickest ET for a GT-R with
an 8.78. It was also a pleasure to see Andrew Sweet take home the GT3
Unlimited Class trophy with his Top Speed Motorsports built Alpha 12 GT-R.
AMS would also like to congratulate ALPHA Dealer Top Speed Motorsports
Doug Wilks, Nathan Cicio and the rest of their crew for also having the
fastest GT-R of the weekend on the road course.
A special thanks to Peter Blach and his team for putting on another great
event. TX2K is always our favorite event of the year and we certainly look
forward to returning to Houston next year.
AMS would also like to thank our sponsors for their generous support:
The Driveshaft Shop