ETS-English Racing GTR 9.16 @ 163mph - First 1/4mi Run

*** KEEP UP WITH US : FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK *** https://www.facebook.com/pages/English-Racing/293052032533 Lucas English in the ETS/English Racing GTR doing it's first full clean 1/4mi Run. This GTR is a fully Street Car with full interior. ModList: turbo Kit ETS GTX35R turbo Kit w/ .82 A/R Turbine Housing Exhaust System ETS 4.0" (102mm) Exhaust System ETS 4.0" Y-pipe Intercooler Kit ETS Race Intercooler Kit Full 3.0" Piping w/ TiAL Blow Off Valves TiAL Blow Off Valves Intakes ETS 3.5" Race Intakes Engine ETS 4.1L Stroker Kit (Custom Crank, Rods and Pistons) w/ proprietary ETS modifications ETS 5 axis CNC Heads w/ Serdi Full Radius Seat Work Ferrea Dual Valve Springs Ferrea Valves +1mm Ferrea Titanium Retainers Kelford C Camshafts Got Boost Oil Catch Can Setup Greddy Intake Manifold Drivetrain ETS Built Transmission w/ proprietary ETS modifications T1R Transmission Brace Albins 1-6 Gears GTC Clutches PPG Output Shaft Driveshaft Shop Front Axles Driveshaft Shop Rear Axles Driveshaft Shop Rear Axle Stub ETS LSD Shimming Volk TE37 Wheels Mickey Thompson Tires Fuel Injector Dynamics ID2000cc Injectors AAM Triple Pump Fuel System w/ Walbro 3x 485 Fuel Pumps Tuning Cobb Accessport w/ Trans Control Got Boost Speed Density Conversion English Racing Pro Tune

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