Nikola records Shelby Cobra 427 Starting Up and leaving in Wasserbillig , Luxembourg ... This American beast has 425 BHP and reaches top speed of 164 mph (262 km/h) . I don't know much about this type of cars so any information sent in the comment box will be welcomed ...
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CRAZY Porsche GT3 w/ illegal exhausts - Hard revs, Drift, On board, Accelerations and more
Last month i had photoshoot and made several video scenes of this crazy
matte grey Porsche GT3 with ILLEGAL M&M Exhausts, which sounds perfect in my opinion :).
The Exhausts are illegal because of
the loudness and the CO2 emissions, they are only allowed to be installed
on track cars from the PORSCHE CUP.
About the check engine light: The light appeared when the heat insulation
from the old Exhaust was removed, With
the new Exhaust came a new heat
insulation and the owner forgot to remove the error by connecting the car
to software. So it's nothing wrong with the engine :)
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Review for this car from random website:
Even at idle, you know this is something special. The seats tremble from
the high-strung flat-six's lumpy idle, and a stab at the throttle yields
instant response. The GT3 goads you to stand on it, and you submit. As the
car screams through first gear (in less time than it takes to read this
sentence), it becomes apparent that the GT3's gearing is noticeably shorter
than that of other 911s. Above about 4000 rpm the cabin fills with a robust
growl as the Exhaust bypass opens up.
Initially, you shift by sound at about 6000 rpm, and the engine feels
impressive. But then you realize that you've got another 2400 rpm to play
with, and when you push into the upper reaches of the power band, there's
an awakening at 6000 rpm. The engine absolutely shrieks to the 8400-rpm
redline. Anyone listening on the outside is treated to a fantastic
race-quality wail. Your neighbors will hate you. Your neighbors' kids will
On the track, of course, is where the GT3 shines. At first, we thought
there was noticeable understeer through some lower-speed sweepers, but it
turns out we hadn't started trusting the massive grip of the rear tires
yet. Blasting out of a corner, the GT3 has shocking traction - its 415 hp
scorches the ground. If you push too hard, the tires break away
predictably, and the GT3 is never scary - no amount of experimentation with
jumping off the throttle could get the rear end to come around. All the
cars we drove had ceramic brakes, which are absolutely fade free and
provide a slop-free feel that other companies should benchmark. The short
shifter is a welcome improvement, although engagement is now crisp and
effort is higher. On the street, we were almost thinking it was notchy, but
those thoughts vanished at the track, where the gearbox works perfectly.
Most of the cars we drove had the carbon-fiber seats, which feel like
they're bolted directly to the floor, placing the driver low in the
cockpit. With stiff and aggressive leg and shoulder bolstering, they're
perfect for track work. But they wear quickly on leg and shoulder comfort
during any significant street driving, making the U.S.-spec GT3's grippy
sport seats a reasonable choice.
But what's so impressive about the GT3 is that despite a major increase in
ultimate performance, it also works so much better on the street. The
active dampers (PASM), while much stiffer than on standard 911s, go a long
way to smoothing out imperfect roads. In normal mode, we were pleasantly
surprised not to take a beating over some rough roads we encountered. But
picking the extra-firm sport mode makes a dramatic difference.
At high speeds, the new variable-ratio steering dials in some sneeze room
to get rid of previous darty behavior. And the GT3 kicked its habit of
following pavement grooves. But don't worry; the steering still gives
excellent feedback and has an always precise feel.
Okay, so the GT3 isn't a likely option for a daily commuter, nor is it
likely to be someone's only car. But for pure driving enthusiasts - people
that probably think the 911 turbo is an
autobahn cruiser for fat-cat execs - with a six-figure track-toy budget,
what a sweet choice.
Ford Mustang Magnaflow SOUND !!!
Video showing the incredible sound of the Magnaflow Exhausts mounted on Mustang 5.0. The car has few upgrades
such as new bodykit.
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BMW M3 doing Donuts! - NOCE (Skopje, Macedonia)
This time i recorded BMW M3 e36 doing crazy burnout in my hometown Skopje.
The event where this car took part was BMW gathering organized by BMW Club
Macedonia. The man behind the wheel was Bilo Ermir from the BMW Service
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Launch Control - 550 bhp Impreza WRX STI Hatchback
Before making the "if i had a penny for every pixel on this video" joke,
please notice that this is the only footage i have right now and i'm
considering to make full video with this car soon, including launch
control, accelerations, revs, onboard ride ... and all recorded in FULL HD.
About the car, it has all new turbo kit,
cooling system ... (to be honest that's all i know :))
Loudest MPZ ever heard!! Terrific V8 Sound!!! Trouble Racing '63 Splitwindow Corvette Pro Modified
Great Dragster from Trouble Racing/Switzerland
'63 Splitwindow Corvette Pro Modified
built 2003 by TM Racecars (Tommy Mauney).
JAN-CEN Racing 526 Engine, 8,6 Liter Blower Motor, CN Billet Block with
BAE stage VI Billet Heads.
Estimated power is about 3000+ horsepower, this horsepower is enough to
accelerate a Pro Mod Car in 6.5 seconds to over 350 km/h.
Chassis & Body
Hairy Glass Carbonfiber Body, Doors and Frontend.
Double Frame Rail chrome moly 25.iE Chassis with Funnycar Cage and 115inch
The Rear Suspension is all Tim McAmis containing a HD 4-Link, Torsion Bar,
Wishbone and Lamb Coilover Shocks.
The Rear End is a Tim McAmis Prisma Floater with 4.57 ratio, MW 40
spline axles, MW center section with 9 1/2" gear with Carbon Rear
2 Stroud Launcher Chutes .
Lamb Coilover Struts are installed at the front Suspension with Stiletto.
Rack & PinionSteering.
Race Ready weight 2744 Lbs including Driver.
526 cid.Blown, 4.495" Bore x 4.150" Stroke Alky Injected CN billet wide
with BAE VI billet Hemi Heads. Compression Ratio is about 12:1.
The Engine is built by Mike Janis at JAN-CEN Racing Engines in Elma,
A Littlefield 14-71 Hi-Helix Roots Blower with K8 Kobelco Rotors and
Jan-Cen mod's forces the Induction trough a CBD Carbon Injector into the
A state of the Art MSD 44 Pro Mag Ignition fires the incoming charge.
The fuelsystem is designed with Camp Stanley & JAN-CEN.
Racepack V300Computer with G-meter, fuelpressure, flowmeter and 8
3 Speed CS1 Lenco Transmission, shifted by Air-Shifter.
Lakewood 8 1/8" Steel Bellhousing.
Clutch is a Crower Triple Disc 10" Clutch.
Wheels & Tires
Front Wheels: 15" x 4,5" Weld Racing Pro Lite with 25" Hoosier Tires in
the front .
Rear Wheels: 16" x 16" Mickey Thompson Billet Dbl. Beadlock ProFive
16"x16" Wheels with Mickey Thomson 34,5" x 17" x 16" Dragslicks are mounted
in the back.
My friend's new Superformance Cobra
My friend's new Superformance Cobra. Brought it over with 121 miles on the
odometer, no plates or VIN yet! Full-race stroked small block, Dyno'd at 638hp at the crank.
Doubt it? check it out when he taps the pedal going into 2nd gear.
Ford GT40 MK1 LOUD SOUND!
Full HD 1080p Video By NM2255: The original Ford GT40 MK1, listen to its
amazing Exhaust note with starts and
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Shelby Cobra 427 LOUD SOUND!
Full HD 1080p Video By NM2255: The original Shelby Cobra 427 V8 loud sound
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Ford Mustang GT500E Brutal Sound!!! - 1080p
Tom has record this greazy and beautiful Ford Mustang GT500E at the Dutch Supercar
SUnday 2010 organized by Autogespot.com. This Mustang has a great and brutal
sound.I hope you will enjoy this video and don't forget to subscirbe to
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Classics Revealed: The Shelby Cobra
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The Shelby Cobra is perhaps the World's most
iconic and thus copied car. Less than 1000 original Ford AC Cobras were
built by Carroll Shelby. Tens of Thousands of copies of the original 289
and 427 AC Cobras exist with most of them being "kit cars" copies. In this
exclusive TFLcar video we visit Superformace in Southern California to
learn why the Shelby Cobra is such an iconic race car and automobile.
Superformance along with Carroll Shelby's own Shelby Automobiles, Inc build
what many call "Continuation Cars". These are brand new Shelby Cobra
roadsters and coupes that have official Shebly CSX serial numbers. They are
of course not the original series of Shelby Cobra cars which now demand
hundreds of thousands of dollars by collectors when they do come up for
sale , but they are also not copies. They are simply new Shelby Cobras
built as a continuation of the original series of cars. In other words,
these are new Shelby Cobras. If you are a fan of Carroll Shelby and his
cars you'll like this video as we get deep into the history of what many
believe is America's most beautiful and iconic race car.