Didier Richard et son Dodge SRT-4 burnout fail
"Équiper pour rouler" is a show at Ztele (Quebec) that was showing awesome
car like modified BMW, Supra, Audi, Infiniti, Skyline etc. The guy show up
with is fail of a car Neon and tell them that you don't need big money to
build an awesome car.
At the end you can see the failed burnout where he burn his clutch LOL
Cavalier Z24 with Glasspack Exhaust Sound of '98 Chevy Cavalier
Engine: 2.4L, I-4, 150hp
- Pacesetter 4-in-1 header
- Magnaflow HiFlow Catalytic Converter
- 25 inch Thrush Magnum Glasspack
- 2.25 inch pipes
This setup is VERY LOUD, the Dynomax UltraFlo rear muffler
was not connected in this video. Later it was connected back again.
Anton Hall-Brownie and Ashley Burd enter Morrinsville Burnout competition.
The day was filled with a large variety of worked V8 mussle and Jap turbo cars all out to tear it up for the crowd
at the annual competition, many of which destroyed tires, gearboxes, diffs
and more in spectacular fashion!!! Then this?
Z24 w/ a Glasspack
My Z24's muffler fell apart at the seam, and this Red Hot was laying
around, so my cousin and I welded this all up in about an hour. It's
attached to the body using plumber's tape... the tips are as close to stock
as possible. Shot this clip a few days later.
Doesn't sound too bad, resonates like hell though (glasspack, duh). Sounds
good when you get on it. Need to paint it black and clean up the welds.
BMW 750il, Making music with a German V12
This is my 1996 BMW 750il with the fabulous M70B54 engine, a 5.4 liter V-12
that revs to just short of 6,500 rpm. Car has the "protection" package,
light armor bullet proof glass resistant to small caliber weapons. I found
the car for $8k OTD as a trade in at a Lexus dealer in Houston with 102,300
miles on it. Sitting at about 125k miles now. The Exhaust has been chopped in true rat rod
fashion, with a pair of 18" glasspacks at $60 each with 2.5" baffle cores
doing all the Exhaust silencing not
done by the catalysts. Since engine is a 60 degree V angle, same as older
Ferrari V12's I am doing my best to make it sound like a Ferrari V12. The
intake restrictors (sound deadeners) have been removed as have the internal
airbox baffles. Power is short of 400 bhp but not by a lot. Total weight of
car fueled is at 4800 lbs. ECU flash to remove USA 127 mph speed limiter is
done, now the German market 155mph speed limiter is the only thing holding
back the top end. The next step is larger throttle bodies, extrude honed
850i intake plenum and another airbox mod for a sharper intake note along
with the total removal of the mufflers. The center section muffler has been
cut out and replaced with twin 2.5" stainless tubes as well. I love this
f-ing car! Wheels are e38 M Sport's with centering rings since they are
"hub centric" bought for $14 on eBay. Individual throttle bodies in 51mm
from the 60 degree Aprilia/Rotax V990 will go on once the stock ECU has
died! That would sound PROPER!
2001 Cavalier Turbo
2001 Chevy Cavalier (Non-Ecotec) with a JDM turbocharger. Running at 8psi on stock internals
which produces around 160hp. 2 1/2" Exhaust through a high flow cat, ending with a
Ractive turbo Muffler with a 3" outlet.
1997 cavalier (my project) list so far....
tcs carbon fiber hood, 18" chrome wheels, projection headlights/taillights,
tuner fx racing seats aero turbine exaust with 2 1/2in. piping through out,
5% tint, aem cold air intake dc sport headers, 4in. lowering kit custom 12"
speaker box with 1800 wat power acoustic amp.....to much more to name must