Illegal Street Racing
Me and a Friend decided to record during DAY TIME n during heavy traffic how fast I can go and it turned out I got to 120mph
HEMI Cuda Street race in Sweden - 798 hp
Swedish V8 fanatic Tommy Tiger's latest joy ride, a US built street race Cuda 1970. Weighs 1.090 kg without driver. 4-link chassie with Funny car cage. Coilovers, adjustable specifically for this car. Flip front, doors, boot. Aluminium interior. New Good Year slicks, 33.5 - 15 -15. Best ET 8,68. 1,18 in 60 foot. Never been used with gas. Only 2 competitions ran in 2009. ENGINE SPECS: Chrysler 496 cui, 798 hp / 712 lb/ft, 6800 rpm. Coated headers. New fluid damper, aluminium water pump. MSD 7AL3, 2-step module. GEARBOX: Chrysler Coan 727 Transbrake. Full race prepared 3 geared box. New 9" Coan Max-Perf CNC Billet Converter (New 1250$). Stall speed 4000 rpm. Specially built converter for this car. Plans are to put a Hemi 528 Blower Engine in the car 2010.
AWeSoMe iLLeGaL STReeT ACTioN RaCinG
Street racing is a form of unsanctioned and illegal auto racing which takes place on public roads. Street racing can either be spontaneous or well-planned and coordinated. Well coordinated races, in comparison, are planned in advance and often have people communicating via 2-way radio/citizens' band radio and using police scanners and GPS units to mark locations of local police hot spots. (See participants, below). Street racing is reported to have originated prior to the 1930s due to alcohol prohibition in some parts of the United States. At the time smugglers of unrefined and illegal alcohol would try to find ways to make more power and achieve better handling from their engine and suspension. "Cannonball Runs" are illegal point-to-point road rallies that involve a handful of racers. They hearken back to the authorized European races at the end of the 19th century. The races died away when the chaotic 1903 Paris-Madrid race was canceled at Bordeaux for safety reasons after numerous fatalities involving drivers and pedestrians. Point-to-point runs reappeared in the United States in the mid 1910s when Erwin George Baker who drove cross-country on record breaking runs that stood for years, being legal at the time, and the term "Cannonball" was penned for him in honor of his runs. Nowadays drivers will race from one part of a town or country to the other side; whoever makes the fastest overall time is the winner. Two-Lane Blacktop Running On Empty Hi-Riders Nitro Death Race 2000 The Fast and the Furious 2 Fast 2 Furious The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Fast & Furious 1320 A West Coast Story Initial D Live Movie The Wraith Redline Streets of Legend Street Racer TMaR CHRisTiaN LiFe LiNe CoMeDy JaM PiNoY SCanDaL OFfiCiaL ViDeO PRoDucTionS @ 高画質 高音質