SIZE MATTERS 2 - Mike Ryan's Pikes Peak Castrol Oil Freightliner Race Truck
Size Matters 2 is Mike Ryan's 2nd gymkhana styled video full of super-sized
stunts and close quarters drifting action. Legendary stunt driver and
Pikes Peak champion, Mike Ryan in the Castrol Oil Freightliner, goes
toe-to-toe with newcomer Daniel Leavitt on the docks of Long Beach harbor.
Some of Hollywood's top stunt drivers and coordinators came together to
produce this top-notch action thriller, using the newest Mercedes ML 63
modified camera car with EDGE arm. #SizeMatters2
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Director: Bailey Kobe
Director of Photography: Michael FitzMaurice
Co-Stunt Coordinator: Terry James
EDGE Driver: Dean Bailey
Colorist: Aaron Peak
Composer: Boris Salchow
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EPIC POWERSTROKE BEATDOWN!
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Watch this mostly stock F250 Super Duty Powerstroke air it out on the
obstacle course at West Georgia Mud Park.
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Duramax 4x4 Mud Test
I haven't really tested this truck in the mud, so I took it to the extreme!
In the first clip the ground was some what muddy.
Duramax vs Powerstroke
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2011 Denali HD Duramax 6.6 Turbo DEF Tank Issues!
2011 Denali HD DRW 4x4 with the 6.6 turbo Duramax. The DEF Tank is full, yet the DIC
says that I need to refill the tank and that I am limited to 55mph. After
a while it will go down to 5mph. I went to the GMC Dealership and they
have not heard of "any issues with the DEF Tank" Ive tried letting the
truck run for 1 hour...and that still did not fix the issue. I also drove
it 30 miles down the freeway. The truck has 4,000 miles on it. Needless
to say, I am NOT a happy owner and maybe I should get a King Ranch or Dodge
DRW. I am not the only duramax owner having the issue. Brand new truck
and I dont know even know how many miles I have left until it puts me at a
crawl. Thanks GM! Quality Product indeed
Sacramento Muffler Flowmaster vs Magnaflow choices for Ford Chevy Dodge
West Coast Muffler
7932 Auburn Blvd.
Citrus Heights, CA 95610
A car's Exhaust system plays a major
role in controlling the hot gases exiting the motor. Like a musical
instrument in the hands of a master musician, systems are tuned to the
characteristics of a particular engine. Two of the most popular
manufacturers are Flowmaster and Magnaflow. Both brands started in
California and are similar to one another in their pursuit of higher flow,
better durability and amazing performance tone. But each relies on
completely different approaches to achieve the same results.
Flowmaster Exhaust Systems
The Benefits of a Flowmaster Exhaust
Flowmaster is legendary among hotrod purists and muscle car maniacs for
rugged construction and powerful, race-inspired tones. Homegrown with
pride, Flowmaster Exhaust systems are
made right here in the United States from mandrel bent, aluminized or
stainless steel tubing. Their Flowmaster American Thunder Exhausts and the Flowmaster Force II system use
battle-tested chambered mufflers to maximize, you guessed it...the flow.
Removing the racket, highly engineered baffles cancel excessive noise by
bouncing sound waves into each other. As if that's not enough, an area of
low pressure is created inside of the muffler to scavenge more Exhaust from the cylinders. What does this mean
to you? It's locomotive power that doesn't anger the neighbors while they
make breakfast. What's more, each muffler has staying power to match. With
no packing to blow out over time, that amazing performance sound lasts the
life of your vehicle. Best of all, each kit is custom made for an easy
Magnaflow Exhaust Systems
The Benefits of a Magnaflow Exhaust
Magnaflow is quickly becoming the system of choice for a smooth, aggressive
rumble and low interior resonance. Quality, power and great sound are the
objectives and Magnaflow has accomplished the mission with their Exhaust systems. Proving that the underside of
your car can look great too, most Magnaflow cat-back systems are composed
entirely of stainless steel, with polished muffler cases. And don't
worry—there is plenty of zing to match the bling.
Straight to the point, Magnaflow mufflers feature a straight-through design
for unimpeded Exhaust flow through
perforated tubing. Keeping their reputation untarnished even on the inside,
each muffler is packed with stainless steel wool, far outlasting the
fiberglass used to pack lesser mufflers. Magnaflow Exhaust systems also magnify flow with mandrel
bent tubing, further increasing horsepower and torque. Only
have a driveway to work with? No problem! Magnaflow kits bolt up in a snap
with stainless steel hardware and no modifications using the factory Exhaust hanger.
What's the Right Performance Exhaust
System for You?
When it comes to performance, Flowmaster and Magnaflow have really done
their homework. With a ton of great features to add a heartbeat to your
ride, both options are a huge upgrade over your factory Exhaust system. Getting Exhausted from trying to decide on which kit to
choose? If so, check out our Magnaflow reviews and Flowmaster reviews to
see the un-muffled experiences our customers have shared.