World's Greatest Drag Race 2!
It's back! The World's Greatest Drag Race returns with nine of the world's
best supercars, sports cars, and muscle cars for 2012 facing off in an epic
quarter-mile sprint for glory... and ultimate bragging rights! This year's
field includes all nine contenders from Motor Trend's 2012 Best Driver's
Car competition. We have the Lamborghini Aventador, Nissan GT-R Black
Edition, Ford Shelby GT500, McLaren MP4-12C, Jaguar XKR-S, Porsche 911
Carrera S, Subaru BRZ, Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series and Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 -- all gathered
together on an abandoned airstrip at El Toro Marine Base to find out which
car is the fastest. Obviously these nine competitors display a wide range
of power and performance, not to mention price tags. So why are we lining
them all up again for one gigantic, over-the-top drag race? It's simple...
Because We Can!
World's Greatest Drag Race 2 concludes our special 2012 Best Driver's Car
Week here on the Motor Trend youtube channel
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(http://www.motortrend.com). We hope you've enjoyed all of this week's
videos and we look forward to rolling out an all-new batch of amazing cars
and amazing videos for you next year for Motor Trend's 2013 Best Driver's
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Pro Driver Racing Tips from Redline Time Attack Driver, Billy Johnson
In a series of Pro Driver Tips from Redline Time Attack Drivers, Billy
Johnson from FX Motorsports, driver of the Unlimited Class Acura NSX, gives
us insight into proper driving positions and comfort levels. This insight
gives viewers a chance to get real world advice that can be applied from
grassroots beginners to seasonal drivers. Filmed at Buttonwillow Raceway.
Taped, edited, and produced for Redline Time Attack.
4 Jet Car Drag Race
Under the definition of "awesome" should be a picture of 4-jet cars racing!
NMRA/NMCA All Star Nationals at ZMax Dragway in Charlotte, NC ended the
night by lighting up ZMax's 4 drag lanes with the fire and the thunder of 4
jet turbine drag cars creating an estimated 24,000 HP on one track! The
Embry Riddle dragster takes off and runs a 5-second quarter.
The Basics of Drag Racing : How to Focus for Car Racing
Focus for car racing, knowing where you're at and where you equipment is,
from the pit to the staging area; learn how with tips from our professional
driver in this free car-racing video.
Expert: Tina Stull
Bio: Tina Stull's father was her initial inspiration for getting into car
racing. She has been racing full-time for the past three years and
currently drives a Top Dragster in the NHRA and IHRA.
Filmmaker: Mark Sullivan
Top Fuel Dragster Helmet Cam - Phil Read
Phil Read Elimination round 1 at Perth Motorplex, January 29th 2011. Helmet
cam view of Phil's pass. $800 worth of Nitro Methane gone in 2 minutes. Supercharger blows off and yet another
fireball in the second half of the pass. Car still ran 4.90, but had more
speed at half track than at the finish. Next pass was more steady and much
faster - 311mph (501kph) in a
virtual dead heat with Phil Lamattina. 4.806 vs 4.808. TOP FUEL is
something you HAVE to experience first-hand at some stage in your life,
even if just once. And if you like this clip, you'll love this one:
Cold Fusion Nitrous Systems Performance Tips
Cold Fusion Nitrous Systems offers Nitrous Oxide kits, replacement parts, and
accessories for high performance drag racing to street racing. Cold Fusion
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accessories for high performance drag racing to street racing.
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to follow all installation instruction on guidelines and safety procedures
supplied with the product as it is received by the purchaser to determine
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or liability for damages incurred by the use of products manufactured or
sold by Cold Fusion Nitrous on vehicles
used for competition or racing. Cold Fusion Nitrous neither recommends nor condones the use of
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PINKS 101: Dry vs Wet Nitrosystem
Convert your car into the next drag racing legend. Learn what
differentiates a wet Nitrosystem from a dry Nitrosystem from PINKS expert
Nate Pritchett! Get more performance tips and get in on the racing action
Thursday nights on Pinks All Out!
Drag Racing 300ex
SOLD! 2004 Honda 300EX trx SporTrax, had a Yoshimura slip-on Exhaust removed spark arrestor, stage-3 jetkit
from jetrus.com, k&n air filter, had street/strip tires on factory aluminum
wheels, had ITP SS aluminum special edition wheels with ITP Holeshot tires,
painted the bumpers flat black, moved headlight from handlebars to front
bumper, moved controls to under front left fender out of sight, had an
electric train horn at one time, tilted the handlebars back a few degree's
for better control on wheelies, took off parking brake lock and put a bike
brake lever for wheelie control, lowered by straps on front and rear when
drag raced but not when off roading. great all-around quad!
TIPS= don't read 'em if you don't want to or if your a hater
a couple good tips for my fellow 300er's;
(1.) WHEELIE BRAKING= I took my parking-brake lock off and replaced it with
a regular bicycle brake lever/handle, that way when I went a lil bit too
far back on a wheelie I just pulled it and it popped me forward!
(2.) HANDLEBARS= I tilted my handlebars back by loosening the clamps
holding them because to me it felt more comfortable to hold on to when I
was doing wheelies, and it gave me more throttle and brake control.
(3.) SHIFTING! is definitely one of the easiest things to say, but hardest
to learn, shifting when wheelying is hard at first but eventually becomes
instinct after awhile. just get the front up, ride it out, and when you
would usually shift, hit the gas a tad then let off quick, whenever you let
off it momentarily takes the tension off the trans. and lets you shift
quicker and easier! just practice it'll come to you.
(4.) DON'T SHOW OFF! seriously, unless your good, don't do it, i did and
BAM! crash, dragged, roadrash! lol
(5.) GAS theirs 2 things you need to kno about gas when weelyin, 1= it
leaks, it comes out of the carb from an overflow tube, you can zip-tie the
tube in a higher location to stop the overflow, i did that. 2= try not to
wheelie with a full tank, it just adds unwanted/unneeded weight to the
(6.) HAVE FUN when you expect to get good in a day you get mad and
frustrated then you lose the whole idea of quadding, having fun! just take
it slow and have fun with it.
after the sale= I really miss my 300! i kinda wished i never sold it but
then i wouldnt have the stuff for my vette that i do, all i really gotta
say is that I really regret selling my 300, it never let me down and it was
always fun, not too slow, not too fast, not too hard, not too soft, not too
ugly, not too pretty, I think you should only sell your quad if you need
to, especially if it's your pride and joy/baby. definitely wished i kept
it, then I'd still be waking up old ppl and running from the law!
Drag Tree Solid State
Since the standard filament bulb used for years in drag race trees will no
longer be available, people have been using screw in LED replacement bulbs
instead. However, the limitations of these bulbs do not make them optimal
for the needs required in precision timing situations like drag racing.
Therefore, RaceAmerica developed the next generation drag tree with the
intended advantages of LED lighting and the sport of Drag Racing in mind.
L99 2010 camaro drag racing
L99 2010 Camaro ss
,,,, MBRP Cat Back, Round Tips 304 Stainless.
,,,, 1 7/8"x 3" Dynatech SuperMAXX Headers.
,,,, SLP 160 Degree Thermostat.
,,,, SLP Balancer/Underdrive Pulley.
,,,, New Era OTR Intake System Powdercoated.
,,,, Mast Motorsports FAST - Stage I camshaft.
,,,, Tuned by MR. Aadil khameeri in Bahrain.
,,,, 419 rwhp @ 404 torque.