One of MBRP's most sought after builds of all time. The Colorado Speed.
RattleTrap Meets Winter
Martin Barkey, CEO of OCF and MBRP, takes Project RattleTrap out for a run
in the snow. Who needs a snowmobile when you've got this?!
Unloading MBRP's Colorado Speed
It's up and running! This fully custom mutant Colorado has a Corvette
engine that produces 1100 horsepower to make it spin!
It's back to have its headers done. Everything is coming together fast, and
it's nearing the end of its build process. It's getting finished up for
SEMA '10! Stay tuned!
How a Differential Works and Types of Differentials
Video I created for Toyota in 2007. This was produced on a budget but its
purpose is to explain the concepts and not be a Pixar-budget film.
See other videos at:
See our iPad application at:
An In-Depth Look at Project RattleTrap
This is for all of the gear heads out there who want to know every nut and
bolt used on Project RattleTrap. Martin Barkey goes through the exterior,
interior, engine bay and suspension to let you know which parts have been
Don't forget to check out each of the manufacturers that sponsored the
RattleTrap build. They have excellent products that work on mild to the
most wild builds!
My Bagged & Bodied 2005 Colorado ZQ8
My daily driver, 2005 Chevy Colorado ZQ8. All of the footage was taken
with my cellphone- I know it sucks haha. Just playing around with some new
Music is "The Regulator" by Clutch. You can find it on the "Blast Tyrant"
album. Copyright DRT Entertainment. Check these guys out!
RattleTrap's Last Day in North America
Well, we've had a heck of a time with RattleTrap, but it's come time to let
the monster loose on the jungles of the Domincan Republic. So we took one
last mellow trip through some local trails. From the West Coast to the East
Coast, from Moab to Rausch Creek to Northern Canada, this JK has blown the
doors off (Jeep pun intended) of all the obstacles it has faced. We're sure
the new owner - and his friends - will have a blast!
Looking forward to the next build!
2005 bagged out Chevy colorado. I read a few of your comments and i thought
id give u guys a lil better description. So here it goes; FBSS layin frame
on 22" milanni kool whips. The suspension is sittin on 2600s in the front
and 2800s in the rear, all 450psi slam specialities HE series. Im runnin
1/2" airline through GC 450 extreame valves at 200psi with 2 viair 480c
compressors on a 7 gallon tank. Its got tubular upper and lower control
arms with 2" drop ball joints in the front. In the back, a monster
tringulated four link with super pivots and its bagged on the bars. Hence
the 2ft of lift in the back. The rearend has been cut dwn about 2" to get
it to tuck the 2s. I built this in my dads garage with a grinder, a saw
zaw, and a welder. Special thanx to my boys that put in the long hrs wid
me. I love lowriders so if u got any questions email me
firstname.lastname@example.org. I appreciate the comments and i kno haters gonna
hate. Its ok u can hate on me:)