Camaro SS vs Turbo Civic
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This video was shot early on in 2008. Yes, he's a friend of mine. The
acting (if you can call it that) is us just messing around before battery
on the camera died. It was all done on the spot - no script - and the
racing was both cars going all out 100%. The Camaro has been 11.5's@122. Not
the fastest car on the road (by far), but enough to hold it's own with most
For those in complete & utter denial - doubting that the Civic was actually
turbo'd - here is the same car with a
duck call attached to the blow-off valve as a joke:
Built 78 Ford at THE WALL at AHS
My ford climbing the wall at Arab High School. I will try to get a better
video soon. The first and only to ever climb the wall.
UPDATE to answer some of the comments and messages...
- 78 Ford with 11 inches of suspension lift, no body, no cut fenders
- I built everything (custom lift, drive shafts, bumpers, sliders, etc.)
And yes i can build you a truck too.
- 42 inch IROKs
- Lockers open
- The truck was in 4 high and I unknowingly had it in second gear while
- You are welcome to copy me, I don't care at all, just be sure to post
your video so I can check it out...
Vtec Integra picks fight with Camaro Z28
Stock Camaro can't
resist playing with the Integra... and fellas, don't take these YouTube
videos so personal, as any car can be made to run fast with enough money.
But this is just a typical mismatch of an underpowered Acura Integra trying
a car with more horsepower and torque from
the factory... and this is the slower version V8 Camaro that has the LT1 motor and
not the much stronger LS1 motor. Many younger newbies don't understand that
there is a "girls" version economy Camaro RS and the "mans" version
performance Camaro Z28.
So if you see Z28 or SS on the fenders, its not worth the embarrassment if
you are one of those that takes this crap too serious. But if you are one
of the fellas that understands horsepower and torque, its
all in good fun...
Produced by nedaCFilms with background beats produced by Rick Clarke (aka: