355 Chev V8 Ute Burnout
My Hq oneton with a healthy 355 chevy small block chevy solid cam fuellies
victor junior flat tops hei dizzy headers with 4 inch collectors into twin
balanced 4 inch system running strait through coby's . th350 trans
manualized with a
2750rpm high stall, ford 9inch locker with 2.75 gears steel axels tapered
bearings 28 spline . motor was built for a ltd saloon stock car ,thort id
throw it in me ute 4 some fun as you can see ,
BEST Muscle cars burnouts ( PURE SOUND ) Hot
burnout #2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vIBZHwXwN8
big fan of american v8 cars? here is my compilation with the best engine
sounds and burnouts! have fun and please rate and comment this video
Rat Rod 4x4 build
1935 4x4 project air ride from 0 to +12 tires are 44 inch on the back 39
front Dana 5.13 gear back front 4.56 4L80E tranz LS Engine
This is as work is in process....
Costley Holden VE SSV Ute Air Bagged
It's a Costley Thing
My 2007 fully custom Holden commodore Ve Ssv ute...
Air bag kit from James at Tubular Suspension Systems
Engine mods by Active Automotive
Paint by Steves Paint Studio
Valve and coil covers by Noonan Race Engineering..
XR6 Turbo Burnout
This is my XR6 turbo ute doing a burnout
on my last day at my old work. Just a little one nothing to big
HSV VE Maloo with Walkinshaw Exhaust
6 Litre LS2 Maloo with Walkinshaw Performance 4 into 1 headers, cats and
twin 3 inch Exhaust, fully polished
stainless, billet tips.
Comp Cam 225/230
Walkinshaw Rip Shifter
Ford Falcon XR8 V8 Supercar
Hey all! This is a tribute video to the Ford Falcon XR8. The audio was sent
to me sometime back from a friend in Oz and just decided to set a little
visual to it. With the arrival of Holden (for the second time) on American
shores hopefully we will get the new Falcon. Enjoy!
Both parties at fault, key is to keep calm and be polite, no need to swear or point blame,
The key to reacting is keeping calm, this isn't always possible when
someone nearly hits you but in incidences like this I think it is.
This driver had previously overtaken me in the other lane only 20-30
seconds before hand. He could have possibly tracked my whereabouts with
better use of his mirrors, but no-one is a perfect road user.
I shout waaaahey, to get everything to slow down helps, and a nice chat
helps the situation carry on and the driver educated, throw in a 'have a
nice day' to make you come across as the good guy.
He said 'I couldn't see you' which is something two-wheelers often hear.
Lets hope next time he is a little more observant
What could we do differently to avoid this kind of incidences?
We both didn't see the traffic backing up, so both of our lane changes
where late. We could both read the road ahead better and make our
The driver failed to indicate - this is probably the biggest issue, as he
didn't indicate I had no idea he was going to change lanes until he started
moving. Much easier for other road users to plan around you if you indicate