UP HILL form 100mph and up on the 60-170mph pull....Few runs with my Corvette, Sorry for the shaky camera at times this car shifts Hard!! Accidentally hit the switch on camcorder to stop recording around 145mph on the one run, but quickly turned it back on to get the rest.
C5 Dyno Test with Corvette Central Performance's Stage 3 & 4 Headers & Cam
With Stage 1 and 2 complete, Project Y2K, our 2000 Corvette C5, gets
additional horsepower and torque with
Kooks long-tube headers in Stage 3 and a Comp Cams swap in Stage 4. We Dyno-tested and track
tested the C5 to show you just what power improvements you can achieve!
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Cammed C5 Corvette vs Stock C6 ZO6
Couple of runs between Boltons / cammed 00 C5 Made 411rwhp before the Exhaust and colder plugs
(420 - 425rwhp est)
vs Bone Stock LS7 C6 ZO6 (430 - 440rwhp est)
Both car had a passenger.
2004 Cobra vs 2004 C5 Corvette vs 2007 CBR1000rr
**NOTE**: This Mexicans in this video that was made in Mexico are real good
friends. The shit talking and introduction is purely sarcasm and was
intended to be funny. My car is NOT the Corvette, it is the Cobra. So for
the people directing comments on the Vette toward me, just stop. As a
matter of fact, everyone just stop with your BS. GM and Ford owners will
always go at it in every aspect possible. No one will ever be dominant.
Half the reason why these types of cars are here is because of the
competition. All the slap fights on the forum about N/A vs. Blower is all
stupid and could not even be more ignorant. The fact is that Ford and GM
have built their cars on two COMPLETELY different platforms and can in no
way EVER be compared apples to apples. Shit talking is different than
being a Fan Boy and is all part of being in competition with each other. I
know plenty of Fords that can eat up a GM and I know plenty of GM's that
will eat up a Ford. At the end of the day, its not the manufacturer of the
car. It's how big your wallet is. So just shut up and watch the video.
highway racing between Cammed Corvette, Pullied Cobra and Bolt-on CBR1000rr
Cobra Mods: 2.75 upper pulley, k&n fipk, flowmaster catback, Centerforce
dual friction clutch, drag radials,tuned (440rwhp)
Corvette: G5X3 Cam, Kooks LT's, catted x-pipe, Borla catback, Twin disc
clutch, built RPM stage 5 trans, built rear with 3.90's. Street tires
CBR: Yoshi slip-on, Power Commander, lowered
1999 Corvette C5 vs. 2013 392 Hemi Challenger
Hey all, this was at Irwindale dragstrip. Got to have a rematch against
that same SRT8 Challenger that properly kicked my ass in the Mustang. I beat him once, but then he
came back with an impressive victory. Hard to believe a car that heavy can
move that fast.
I actually have to wear a helmet now... yes... Ive earned it LOL
Corvette: K&N CAI, GHL bullet Exhaust
392 Challenger: Exhaust, tune
2011 Corvette Grand Sport vs. Matt's Modified C5 Corvette
The Smoking Tire hits the Malibu Canyons with two torch red Corvettes: a
2011 Grand Sport, and Matt's 1998 C5. Matt set out to turn his Corvette
into a better drivers car, and we find out if GM's improvements to the
Corvette in the last 12 years match Matt's modifications to his own car.