Tunnel Vision Ford 4L SOHC turbo six cylinder powered.
Australia's quickest LPG straight gas car
Performance Car Mania 2011
Performance Car Mania is quickly becoming the premiere modified car event
in Victoria, and it's not hard to see why. The organisers set everything up
to maximise the fun for the entrants. And if the entrants are happy then
the spectators are as well, because they get to see some of the coolest
cars around cutting loose. The new quarter mile strip was an interesting
addition and although it was a tad bumpy in places it made for some
We've squeezed as much action as we could into a reasonable time frame, but
keep your eyes open for planty more vids from this event in the near
Ford Falcon 200 six cylinder engine build
Thanks for all the encouraging comments! If you'd like to keep up with the
1963 Ford Falcon Wagon build, check out all the stories here:
http://www.MyRideisMe.com builds a six cylinder Ford engine, step by step.
With guidance from my pops, a retired Ford mechanic, he shows me how, then
I give it my best shot, not always successful the first time, I hope
everyone interested in building their own engine can learn a little
150+mph on LPG - ITUF65 Mustang
John Colaidis' 4L turbo six Mustang ran five passes in a row over
150mph at Heathcote Raceway. Built by Tunnel Vision, the Ford is fuelded by
a straight LP Gas system, Garrett turbo
and Haltech Platinum computer.
Best time for the day was 9.25 at 153mph at full street weight through the
WHEELSTANDING "BLOWN" SMART CAR OUTRUNS MUSTANGS!!
For licensing/usage please contact: licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom...'08
Blown Smart Car with a 1.5 Liter Toyota Paseo Engine~Sprintex Blower~ 28lbs
Boost~3sp Auto trans pulls wild
wheelstand on first run of firstname.lastname@example.org and lifts as the Shelby Mustang avoids being embarrassed
with a email@example.com. In the second run the Smart Car keeps the wheels
closer to the track and puts the modified Mustang on the trailer with a
firstname.lastname@example.org vs the Mustangs email@example.com. Test n Tune Rt
66 Friday Night 5-23-14
1000HP Turbo 2014 Mustang GT
2014 Coyote Mustang with a
Ford Racing 9.5:1 aluminator with a CPR turbo kit using a borg warner S476 turbo, running a stock 6R80 transmission with a
Circle D converter. Fuel system is a JPC triple pump return style system
with ID2000 injectors.
The car was tuned by Adam Browne at Revolution Automotive in Maryland
Peak numbers were 1001hp/820tq on 19.9lbs of Boost on E85. Final numbers were 961hp/817tq
on 17lbs of Boost on E85 and
669hp/582tq on 10lbs of Boost on 93
octane pump gas. The smoke on decel is a combination of the catch can/PCV
setup, running E85/ID2000's and it was fairly cool in the shop, the motor
is fine and the turbo is fine.
3000 HP TWIN TURBO MUSTANG GOES AIR BORN (Finish Line Shot)
Dennis Bailey's Twin turboMustang goes air born at the Radial
Revolution at South Georgia Motorsports Park. Dennis was shaken up but
uninjured. The starting line shot of this crash made the rounds several
year ago but this is the first time our finish line shot has been posted in
its entirety. Check out https://www.facebook.com/DuckXProductions for the
latest info on this years Radial Revolution Event.
Vintage Hot Rod Straight 6 [S3 Ep.11-1]
Everybody knows that the engine is a central key component to ANY Hot Rod
project. But is a V8 the only way to go? NO WAY!! Stacey shows you why. He
takes a vintage straight six engine that has been sleeping in a crate for
almost 40 years and he puts on the right pieces. He shows you why the
straight six was a force to be reckoned with in the early days of hot
rodding. After that, Stacey jumps into the tips and tricks of how to paint
your own true Kandy paint job. If you are into vintage Hot Rods, Kandy
paint, and multi-carbs? You don't need to go on a diet... you just need to
2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost: SVO Reborn? - Ignition Ep. 117
On this episode of Ignition, presented by Universal Technical Institute,
Carlos Lago drives the first turbo,
four-cylinder Mustang in
three decades: the EcoBoost.
Featuring 310 hp and 320 lb-ft of torque, this Mustang should easily outpace the V-6
and, with half the cylinders, it also boasts less weight over the front end
than the GT. Add in a performance package and – finally – independent
rear suspension, and this Mustang should prove a lot of fun.
Through Motor Trend’s instrumented testing, a visit to Universal
Technical Institute’s Dyno, a drive on the road, and a
Hot Lap, we’ll find out if the EcoBoost has what it takes. Stay tuned for more
on the GT.
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