Impala SS 30-148mph
09 Impala SS mods: K&N drop in filter, no cat, no resonator, Magnaflow
Magnapack muffler and a Klug Performance tune.
383 Stroker Impala SS The BeaSSt vs 500hp 331 stroker Mustang
(The BeaSSt)Impala-Eagle Forged 383 stroker LT4, longtubes, trickflow
heads, carburated LT4 intake holley 650 (untuned), burned clutch 700r4,
line lock, nos (empty), 373, no Dyno untuned
(King Cobra) Mustang-Cobra
5.0 stroked Eagle 383, Edelbrock ported to hell heads, Proform 650 carb,
Built C4 (race is with T5), tubular everything, ported intake, long tubes,
Dyno 503 rwhp
Built by ~MAP Racing~
Subaru WRX STI mph crash flip burn compilation スバル クラッシュ
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Special thanks to the Subaru nation -- this one is for you.
Remember: Subaru = Unite!
For those of you who care to read the details, let me give you my opinion
about the STi and WRX. When it comes to comparing overall capability,
performance, and price; there is nothing in the world close to an Impreza.
The engineers who built the "STI" as you know it, are rooted in Prodrive.
For ten years they perfected the ultimate vehicle - balancing,
strengthening, reducing weight, and improving overall performance. It is
the product of the 1990's mechanical engineering brainchild, developed out
of the introduction of computer aided design and modern electronics during
a time period when budgets weren't of object. Subaru and Prodrive spent
millions upon millions of dollars perfecting a chassis for WRC competition.
What is WRC? You know the name, but what is it really??? It is the most
intense form of racing competition with the highest ratio and count of
variables that ultimately lead to failure. Perfecting this type of racing
can only be done by trial and error, experimentation, and experience. The
Subaru WRC program lasted with Prodrive until they dominated the WRC for
multiple years in a row. The kicker is that in order to compete in WRC you
must use a readily available, production public chassis. Subaru developed
the Impreza chassis with Prodrive's help and direction, thus resulting in
the ultimate rally machine.
By bridging the gap between racing and production, the Subaru Impreza
chassis is the perfect vehicle. Symmetrical and balanced, every part of the
vehicle is design for perfection. You can take it from stock to full race
and compete with some of the fastest cars in the world! Run side by side
with exotics or hit the trails with 4x4's, you can do ANYTHING in an
Impreza and do it faster than
REMEMBER THIS!!! You are not just driving an Impreza. You are flying the
product of Prodrive and Subaru dominating the WORLD RALLY
CHAMPIONSHIP!!!!!!! This is the best of the best. Enjoy it. :)
*NOTE* I doubt any of you will read this, but if you think the title is
misleading you obviously didn't watch the video. There is plenty of
crashing, flipping, and burning. The 1000 hp impreza is the white one doing
a high speed run. You'll see it flash through a couple of times. So if you
think it is misleading, it is only because you didn't watch the entire
***My personal story about this video and my involvement with Subaru***
Out of all the videos I have created, I feel that this one is by far the
best. All of you have probably seen it so I'm going to let you know the
story behind it. I made it shortly after my mother passed away. Like within
a week or so. This happened while I was building my 02 WRX - she died of
cancer. It was a slow, painful death that took the course of two or three
months. I lived with her at the time, so unfortunately I had a front row
seat to her demise and saw just how ugly cancer can be. Most people in this
situation would turn to drugs, counselors, etc - I turned to my Subaru. If
any of you were wondering why I was so meticulous with the build of that
vehicle and went to insane extents to modify even the most minute facet; it
was a way for me to cope with life at that time. She was in good health
when I started the build, and when I finished it she had already passed on.
She always supported me in what I was doing despite the fact I was dumping
thousands of dollars into a vehicle that I would never get back. Half way
through the build before she became terminally ill I was able to take her
for a ride. We only went around the block but it was one of the most
memorable times I had in my Subaru and with my mother. A couple months
later she died. When I was told she had passed on, guess where I was
standing? In the garage next to my subaru. I made this video as a
dedication to her and the fact that SHE was the one who encouraged me to
build fast cars, write about them, and make videos. She was the one who let
me get behind the wheel of a sports car first. I miss her so much I can't
even begin to explain it.. So when you watch this video, you might see cars
crashing, Subarus hooning out, etc. I see a point in my life that is very
dark, and the tone of this video clearly illustrates my emotions at the
time. Just goes to show you how creativity can be affected by the
circumstances of life.
2008 Impala Super Sport @ 140 mph
This is my mother's 2008 Impala Super Sport with a pegged speedo!
Manufaturers claim the SS to run a top speed of 154 mph, however, with the
stretch of road we had to deal with and traffic ahead, we had to hold back