Mustang RTR-X Dyno Session
Team Need For Speed presents: Vaughn Gittin JR's 1969 Ford Mustang RTR-X during it's first Dyno session. Powered by
a Ford Racing Coyote 5.0L engine controlled by a MOTEC ECU - the first
setup of it's kind.
401 HP & 378 FT/LBS TQ on Dyna Pack Chassis Dyno at the wheels.
480 HP & 450 FT/LBS TQ at the flywheel.
Built by Twins turbo Motorsports. Tuned
by Shane T.
RTR-X - THE CHASE
Powered by Need for Speed
Featuring Vaughn Gittin Jr's Mustang RTR-X.
Directed by Will Roegge
Camera by Will Roegge, DC Chavez, and Skylar Smith
Sound by Justin Gay & Gypsy Sound
Color by Jerimiah Morey
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When things go wrong
This is my first attempt in this type of video so all the helpful advices
are welcome. It's a mix of speed (mostly stunt) and motocross crashes. I
tried not to collect videos from here (it could be a bit boring if you've
already seen them separately), so they are from other sources. And by the
way, this is my first widescreen YouTube video, don't forget to watch it in
high quality if you can! =)
Music: In Flames - The Quiet Place
The Making of the RTR-X
An inside look at the Team Need for Speed RTR-X's development and shakedown
Highlights of Ken Block and Vaughn Gittin Jr. from Gymkhana Grid
Monster Energy Presents: Highlights of Ken Block and Vaughn Gittin Jr. from
the Ken Block Gymkhana Grid Invitational. On Saturday, Dec. 4th, 2010 - the
first ever Ken Block Gymkhana Grid Invitational was held at Irwindale
Speedway. This clip features highlights of Ken Block and Vaughn Gittin Jr.
competing in the AWD and RWD classes respectively. Vaughn competed in the
burnout competition in his Monster Energy Falken Tire Ford Mustang, and then in the RWD
competition in Ken Block's 1978 Ford Escort MKII. Ken Block competed in his
2011 Ford Fiesta Gymkhana 3 car.
Dodge Charger Burnout. (1969)
1970 Monte Carlo 350hp Driver Jim Vernon.
2007 Ford Mustang G.T. 500
Shelby Cobra 520hp. Driver Eathan.
1969 Dodge Charger S.E. 505hp. Driver John Piller.
Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s 1969 RTR-X Mustang at SEMA
Vaughn Gittin Jr., Ford and Need For Speed have officially pulled back the
cover on the wicked RTR-X 1969 Ford Mustang. Built for both street and
drift duty, this car started life as a brand-spanking new Dynacorn body.
Under the hood, a Ford Racing 302R V8 spins to a heavenly 8,000 rpm,
churning out 440 horsepower. Outside, the
vehicle's drip rails have been shaved for a cleaner look and the windshield
and rear windscreen both received the flush treatment.
Massive, one-off fender flares give this pony a little extra girth and
cover a set of retina-melting green Work Meister wheels. Despite the
radical look, the guys from Need For Speed say that the RTR-X is a fully
functional monster and that Gittin Jr., himself, will be hopping behind the
wheel for drift demos soon.
2012 Mustang Boss 302 in Action
After 40 years of living the life of a legend, the Mustang Boss® 302 returns lean and
The 2012 Mustang Boss® 302
returns, and it's lean and mean, delivering more tail-kicking power than
ever before. The 440 hp beast under the hood is all business. And when you
get behind the wheel, you instantly feel the interaction between power,
handling, braking and suspension. Its racing pedigree can be found
everywhere and registers high on the list of every automotive adrenaline
junkie's must-have machines.