Nitrous LSx Mazda RX-7 vs E85 Big Turbo EVO on slicks!
EVO HAD CLUTCH ISSUES REMATCH COMING SOON!!
OutOfOrder EVO vs DNR Performance LSx RX-7
Shoutout to 3HeadedElephantS for the GoPro Footage! Checkout his channel
and subscribe, also watch his badass edit of this same race here:
Nürburgring Nordschleife Mazda RX-7 FD3S onboard
first time since 2011...
a busy day with lots of traffic.this is my 3rd lap with this car,
trying to keep it easy.BTG time on a clean lap would be something around
specs: too much to list so i just name the most important
-type R2 94 model
-single turbo T04E garrett with
everything necessary+apexi power FC
- email@example.com bar Boost
-stock suspension (which is too soft, especially in the rear)
-complete new rear bushes(most of them PU)+megan racing toe arms
-exedy stage 2 clutch
-complete 3inch Exhaust with burdinski
muffler (db-killer removed)
-falken fk452 street tyres (235 front, 255 back 17inch)
-hawk brake discs and pads (which were totally destroyed in the front after
4 laps because of faulty calipers!)
SAVE THE RING!
400 Horsepower RX-7 in Tokyo
Met up with a guy who has a 400 hp RX-7 when it's running at low Boost. To ensure the longevity of the engine
he's running his T04 turbo at about
12psin (very low Boost). It has 2
apex seals on a bridge port motor. He gave a demo on the freeway and
showed what it can do.
Mazda RX-7 acceleration 70-120mph & top speed run
street ported engine,stock firstname.lastname@example.org
bar.output around 360 hp.
top speed in this video is 250+km/h/160mph(on the speedo).but there is
still some power left.
outside temperature is about 0°C,the track is quite slippery.
Japan Car Mod Gangs - Kaido (Highway) Racer II
A strange phenomenon occured in the 80s - the birth of the car modding
genre "Kaido Racer". Kaido means Highway in Japanese. The idea was to take
a regular car and make it colorful, as wildly modded as possible and often
as noisy as possible. The modding isnt to make the car better - it is to
take a car and turn it into a public offense.
The idea was to essentially rebel against the law - the cars are illegally
modded with huge tailpipes that often run directly from the engine block,
massive spoilers that jut out to the point of being absurd. This modding
style was popular around the Tokyo area in the 80s and like most Japanese
trends, evntually died out in the larger centers....but trickled into the
countryside and remained in small pockets of Japan.
This footage was taken from an event that took place in Ibaragi Prefecture
in 2007... a countryside province of Japan - nothing but rice fields,
simple people and idiots like these guys...
These car enthusiasts are usually lower income manual labour countryside
types - bricklayers, builders, mechanics and such. "Hicks" would be a
suitable term to describe them simply.
The premise is to drive up and down the highway making a nuisance of
themselves... revving the engine noisily, hanging out the window, driving
slowly, swerving all over the road, causing obstructions and being defiant
toward the police. Rebellion born into a very peculiar form of expression.
The funniest part is that these guys are dead serious about it. This isn't
funny to them - It's a lifestyle.
Japan Drift Collection #5
I have a bunch of old DVDs, so thought I might cut the drifting sections
out of the footage and delete the nonsense... just the drifting action - no
subtitles, don't even ask. Most of the DVDs are "Drift Tengoku" series...
about 7 DVDs in all. Each DVD yields about 30 minutes of drifting, and 50
minutes of time wasting pseudo comedy nonsense thats annoying in any
language.... so you get the drift :-) Nice pun eh?