Wicked Sand Toys - Supercharged LS2 Sand Rail
Our first dual sport prototype riding wheelies 5 minutes out of the trailer
for its initial shakedown. The supercharged LS2 from Redline Performance
puts out just below 800HP on pump gas. Suspension was not yet tuned and
set up a little too soft in this vid. Filmed in 2005.
This is a SandLimo frame powered by a GSXR1000 Suzuki Streetbike engine.
Has about 18in of suspension travel front and rear.
Ford SHO mid engine RWD in a Fiero Redneck dune buggy
Initial Startup, running in the parking lot by my shop. A few donuts, a few
drifts and some straight line runs. A piss poor attempt to laying a patch!
My friends and I have spent over 400 hours building this car. It is caged
with race seats and harness belts. I plated the chassis and completely
rebuilt the back end of the frame to suit my driving needs! I used the
subframe from the Taurus SHO and modified it to fit the Fiero. I also
plated the subframe and added a 1/2" thick aluminum skidplate! This baby is
built to drive the piss out of it! :D
It will be interesting when I start running exotic blends of fuel, as I am
only starting off with some 87 Octane fuel to start with here. More to come
I have an MTX and a auto Tranny I am willing to sell!
Ford Taurus SHO vs Ford Mustang GT
Two of the greatest cars I've ever owned. My 1990 Ford Taurus SHO, highly
modified, up against my 2005 Ford Mustang GT, bone stock. Both are five
speed manuals. Mustang had
300HP stock (factory crankpower spec). Taurus had roughly 254HP modified
calculation based on Dynoplot). I had decided to trim
my fleet a bit and list the SHO for sale, $3,000/OBO. After the testdrive
here, the buyer said "no negotiations necessary, I'll give you full asking
Sandrail street ride helmet cam
Taking my sandrail around the block. If you are expecting an exciting video
you have come to the wrong place. Camera is a little shakey. Just a
casual ride. My son with the helmet cam I just built.
Rear wheel drive SHO in action
Not as much room on the street to successfully attempt this. 1994 Taurus
SHO converted to RWD with a 3.2L engine and T5 transmission.