2008 Lancer Burnout With Sound

This is the same video of our lancer burnout without the classical music, and with the sound fx of the video left in. By request.

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girls a ride on the Mitsubishi Lancer EVOlyushen 9 and a Porsche 911 Turbo S
Beautiful girls of fear memory.





BBQ day - burnouts - JamieP
Knight-Racer BBQ Day at www.knightracer.com Please see full SHOWCASE VIDEO: http://youtu.be/aWUkT_-X06g ALL PERFORMANCE AERO PARTS, BODYKIT & PAINTWORK ON THIS SUPRA WAS SUPPLIED AND BUILT BY www.knightracer.com Free invite to all supra owners that day. JamieP and Dan demonstrated burnouts. Bodykit & paintwork of red supra completed on the morning of the BBQ day by Knight-Racer. www.knightracer.com





lancer burnout
2008 mitsubishi lancer es massive burnout mods: greddy ti-c straight pipe Exhaust.





WRX vs Lancer Ralliart vs Mazdaspeed 3 | Comparison Test | Edmunds.com
Watch a night drive through LA in the Mini Cooper http://vid.io/xqjf CHECK OUT THE SPORT COMPACT COMPARISON: http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do/Drives/Comparos/articleId=128908?tid=e dmunds.il.home.photopanel..1.* Thanks to three turbochargers, 724 horsepower and five limited-slip differentials, comparing the 2008 Mazdaspeed 3, 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX and 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart should be more entertaining than a cage match between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and New Kids on the Block. Imagine the fun! Donny and Danny hangin' tough from the walls of the cage while Joey, Jordan and Jonathan get tossed into the crowd. The way we see it, our Rampage vs. New Kids bout is no different from pitting the Mazdaspeed 3 - the current champ of the sport compact world - against the Lancer Ralliart and Subaru WRX. On the track, an epic ass-kicking is bound to ensue. But comparison tests aren't always won on the track. Since these cars all share a focus on real-world driving for enthusiasts, we weighted performance as 25 percent of this test's scoring total, leaving the remaining points to price (20 percent), feature content (20 percent), fuel economy (15 percent), our subjective evaluation (15 percent) and personal and recommended picks (5 percent). So performance is important, but in the end, the most well-rounded car wins.




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