Scion FR-S Tuner Challenge - Drag Racing Challenge - The Scion Canada FR-S Tuner Challenge teams are back for the Drag Racing Challenge! The three Scion FR-S Tuner Challenge teams meet up at Mission Raceway drag strip, one of Canada's most recognized drag racing facilities, to battle it out on the 1/4 mile. This competition will showcase the modified Tuner Challenge Scion FR-S, all powered with very different engine modifications. Armed with a Supercharger and a bottle of Nitrous, the Top Tuner team will have to face the steep competition from team VCMC and their turbocharger. For Swag Racing, the engine remains naturally aspirated, supported with a series of custom modifications. For this particular challenge, the absence of Boost will put a serious handicap on the Quebec team who will have to rely on incredible launches and a little luck to make up for the lack of power. Is the power efficiency of a turbo the best way to win a drag racing competition in a Scion FR-S or is the linear power delivery of a Supercharger mixed with a shot of Nitrous a better combination? Or could the reliability of a naturally aspirated Scion FR-S prove to be the way to go. Check out how the battle goes down and for more challenge videos, team blogs and standings.

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Ford Mustang Boss 302 V8 Engine Swap for a Scion FR-S
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Scion FR-S With Magnaflow Catback Exhaust - Start Up, Revs, & Accelerations
Pleased to present you guys a video of my buddy's Scion FR-S showing it's Exhaust note with a start up, revs, and accelerations. He's added a Magnaflow Catback Exhaust system, BC coilovers, Tom's LED headlights & taillights, Enkei wheels, Bridgestone tires, and an Air Raid cold air intake. Thanks for watching! Feel free to check me out here: Facebook: ge_panel Twitter: Instagram: Tumblr:

Learn Colors and Race Cars with Max, Bill and Pete the Truck - TOYS (Colors and Toys for Toddlers)
Learn Colors For Toddlers! Join the amazing adventure with Max the Glow Train, Blazin' Bill the Monster Truck, Pete the Truck and Toy Race Cars! Max is a fun loving toy train who teaches children colors. After Max and Bill find a box with race cars, they paint them and start the race. Their room is too small so they cannot race. Pete the Truck comes along and helps them set up a real race! THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ © 2015, TOYS, Max the Glow Train, Colors, Episode 3. © 2015, coilbook™ | Learning is easy when it's fun!™, iCoilbook™ | coilbook international, coildot™

Drag race : Subaru BRZ VS Honda S2000 (Motorsport)
La concurrence du nouveau BRZ ? La Toyota GT86, bien sûr, sa jumelle, la Mazda MX-5, la Peugeot RCZ bien qu'elle soit une traction, mais c'est surtout à la Honda S2000, malheureusement retirée du catalogue, que l'on pense en voyant une petite japonaise propulsion animée par un quatre cylindres atmo. Duel sur la ligne droite de Lurcy Lévis. Le résultat est sans appel.