NOTEC integra vs Ford Mustang Cobra (rookie driver)
This was my third pass with the new turbo set-up. So much fun. I stomp on this Mustang. It was great. Always
tough to remember though the driver was definitely failing at handling his
cobra engine swap. I talked with him after and it was his first day with
the new engine in.
For the haters: 98 Cobra engine produced 305 hp and 300 lb·ft of torque
This 97 Integra LS Non-Vtec was putting down 419HP to the wheels with 409
lb-ft of torque (set for 30PSI but was only getting 29 roughly that day).
Open diff tranny still too. It later was rebuilt and produced 508HP to the
wheels still non-vtec and an LSD was dropped in. The car was sold right
after the re-build.
Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5
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Aventador to find out which wildly impractical, larger-than-life car
attracts the most attention.
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integra vs srt4
Launch Fail! LOL... but good race anyways!
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integra b20 vs Corvette
integra WHP is unknown since it hasn't been Dynoed but it corvette is doing
350HP and 350FT TQ. And as you can hear...integra has no third gear.
The race wasn't completed because a car cut them off while racing, but they
were head to head.
2001 Acura/Honda GSR Radiator Replacement, Real Time -EricTheCarGuy
I thought I would try something a little different with this one and do the
video in real time. As it often happens, things didn't quite go as planned
because I was given the wrong radiator. Don't be too mad at my parts guy
though, it's an easy mistake to make. In fact, I do show why the mistake
was made and how to deal with it if you run into the same problem. This put
a slight wrinkle in my plans but in the end the video was shot in real time
for the most part. Honestly, it seemed kinda boring at first so I added my
first narration. It's almost like a directors commentary. In fact, it kinda
gives me an idea. I'll get back to you on that. For now, here's some of
those links I mentioned.
Hose clamp pliers:
Hose clamp pliers cable:
Spill Free Funnel: http://www.ericthecarguy.com/tools
Bleeding a Cooling System: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUpXgAJ1gjU
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