Supra vs Twin Turbo Viper - TX2K12
This is one fast Supra and the Viper isn't slow either. It's crazy how much the Supra goes all over the track and the Viper goes straight as an arrow.
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Honda Civic Type-R review - Top Gear - BBC
Jeremy Clarkson takes the new Honda Civic Type-R out onto the test track. The old car had been an instant hit, thanks to its razor-sharp handling, super-eager engine and big dollops of practicality. But what's the verdict on the new incarnation? Go to http://www.youtube.com/TopGear to see a full list of all high quality videos available on the Top Gear YouTube channel and don't forget to visit http://www.topgear.com for all the latest news and car reviews.
Toyota MR2 Spyder (2000-2005)
Toyota MR2 Spyder micro-review.
The MR2 Spyder is the third generation in the Toyota MR2 lineup. The 1.8-liter engine propels the car to 60 miles in about 7 seconds, which is not very quick these days, but the MR2 is not about drag racing, it is about agility. With the engine in the middle the MR2 has immediate go-kart reactions, but is harder to control at the limit than Mazda Miata.
The suspension is stiff, the steering is precise and the brakes are amazing. The controls are conveniently placed (save for door windows' buttons). There is a CD player and even a tape deck but no auxiliary audio input or USB socket.
Legroom is generous and headroom is decent. If you want unlimited headroom then just drop the soft top, there is no need to leave the car.
Because the engine is in the back, the trunk is in the front. The trunk opens with a latch hidden in the glove box. The trunk is tiny and half of it is already taken with a spare wheel. Still, a couple of six-packs will fit... if you take bottles out of the carton.
Additional space is available behind the seats. With the top down it can hold half-a-dozen umbrellas, two shoe boxes or a small camera bag.
Still, the MR2 Spyder has use in real life. The passenger seatbelt has a locking mechanism, and the airbag can be turned off. This allows installing a child seat, even a back-facing one, without risking to kill your child with a deployed airbag.
So here you have it: the MR2 Spyder is the perfect car for a boy who have overgrown cheesy battery-powered plastic cars. And for his dad too!
Camera and editing: Michael Crane
Music: "Chipper" by Keven McLeod
Mitsubishi Evo 6 vs Toyota MR2 turbo
A quick race through 1st to 3rd gear. Both being careful on their clutches for this one!
3SGTE engine swap in the MR2.
Not a proper race - just something to watch and enjoy.
2000 Civic Type R K20 swap HybridRacing
Just out for a "cruise" with the GoPro
2000 Civic Type R
Stock untuned 02 K20A2
Was running stock k20a2 map in kpro
RBC intake manifold
Hybrid Racing 70mm Throttle body
Hybrid Racing Race header
Full custom 3in stainless Exhaust
Hybrid Racing full length radiator
Hybrid Racing hoses
Hybrid Racing mount kit
Hybrid Racing cold air intake
Hybrid Racing fuel line tuck kit
Hybrid Racing shifter cables
Hybrid Racing shift box
Hybrid Racing conversion harness
Short build thread
Toyota MR2 Huge Wheelie at Santa Pod
www.santapod.com Roy Ashby does a huge wheelie in his HKS Street Class Toyota MR2. This was during the Rotorstock 6 event at Santa Pod Raceway. Slow motion Video Courtesy of Ian Blackett of Blackett Photography www.blackettphotography.com