Limit Pushing - Switzer Tuned 911 Turbo 0-150 MPH Test
It's time for something a bit more expensive. The combination of the Switzer tuned turbo system and the all wheel drive set-up, this car is a monster. To put it's acceleration in perspective, it's 0-100 alone is faster than the Ferrari F40 and the Lamborghini Diablo. The Porsche 911: The Porsche 911 was introduced to the general public in 1963. It was designed with a rear mounted engine and an independent rear suspension. Over time the 911 has proven to be one of the most successful competition cars ever built. The 911 and its variants have clenched countless victories in major world championship races including Targa Florio, Daytona, Sebring, Nürburgring, and even the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It has also been noted as one of the most successful air cooled engines, having that configuration until 1998. The original 911 was made to be a replacement for the smaller and less powerful Porsche 356. The replacement was supposed to be named the 901 after Porsche's project number for the model. Porsche had to change the the name because Peugeot owned the rights to names with three numbers and a "0" in the middle. The name was therefore changed to "911". The 911 has seen almost 50 years of production and is still being made today.
Limit Pushing - Chrysler 300m Top Speed Test (Almost hit a truck)
(Limited: 111 mph) If you watch the end of the video, you get to see us almost hit a truck while driving at about 100 mph. The Chrysler 300M: The Chrysler 300M was produced from 1999 to 2004 after Chrysler's revival of the 300 name. Chrysler's goal of the 300M was to compete with similar sporty sedan imports which was a market not yet probed by other American auto makers. This time the 300 would be FWD with a 255 hp V6 engine car in the LH platform. This engine would be the only one available for the 300M. It was shared with the Plymouth Prowler and a limited edition R/T variant of the second-generation Dodge Intrepid. Rated at 253 HP, and 255 lb-ft of torque, it was connected to the 42LE, a four-speed automatic transmission with Autostick, which allowed manual selection of gears. The 300M was much more of a luxury car as opposed the older Chrysler letter cars.
Limit Pushing - 2003 BMW 330ci Top Speed Test
Before I say anything, I (as well as everyone else) am very aware of the BMW 155 mph limiter. In the United States, The 2003 330ci was limited to 135 mph...promise. This was one of our more interesting videos that 1) was not edited well since it was made when we were just starting out 2) lost a lot of its popularity over time. So here is the re-release, I hope everyone enjoys it! The BMW 330ci: The BMW E46 330 ci was the highest end 3 series you could buy (that wasnt a M car). The 330 sported a 3.0 Litre inline 6 (235 Hp) . There are a select few 330ci that have the smg transmission. The body styles of the 330 were the coupe, convertible, and sedan. The optional performance package stiffened up the suspension, lowered the car, added M rims, and whited out signals and tail lights. Das BMW 330ci: Das BMW E46 330 Ci war das höchste Ende 3 Reihe, die Sie kaufen konnten (das nicht a.m.-Auto war). Die 330 sported einen 3.0 Liter inline 6 (235 Pferdestärken) zusammengepaßt mit einem automatischen Senden mit 5 Geschwindigkeiten mit steptronic oder einem Handsenden mit 6 Geschwindigkeiten. Es gibt wenig 330ci ein auserwähltes, das das smg-Getriebe haben. Die Körperarten der 330 waren das Kupee, das Kabriolett und die Limousine. Das wahlweise freigestellte Leistungspaket versteifte sich herauf die Aufhebung, senkte das Auto, addierte m-Kanten und whited heraus Signale und Endstücklichter.
Limit Pushing - 2013 Audi A8 0-60 Test
Even though this is the supercharged V6 version, I've always wanted to see an A8 in action, and I'm sure many of our viewers have too. Our favorite thing about this car is that it dares to ask the question: "who doesn't need a massage on the road?"