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Mazda Protege 5 Megan Racing Exhaust

This is just an updated sound clip of my megan racing cat back Exhaust since i put the intake on I have an injen CAI, Megan Racing CBE, Oem Erebuni CF Hood, B&M Short Shifter, Tanabe Springs with Tokico struts, and Powerslot rotors with EBC "Greenstuff" pads


 


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Mazda Protege 5 Megan Racing Exhaust
My Mazda Protege 5 with the Megan Racing Exhaust i just installed on it, i still need a intake to make it sound throatier but just a clip of it, PS turn up your volume lol





Mazda protege 5 burnout, catch on fire
----------------------------- Important ------------------------------------- Moteur original Aucune modification Un CRISS de beau burn, fait par Bloblo avec sa mazda protege 5. Les traces a la fin du video partent en FEU !! on a rien mit sur les pneu ni sur l'asphalte. WOW!!! ---------Description------------------------------------------------------- ----------- A burnout (also known as a peel out or power brake) is the practice of keeping a vehicle stationary and spinning its wheels, causing the tires to heat up and smoke due to friction. Technically the tire is not burning and the smoke is primarily a vapor (similar to steam). A tire that is set on fire will burn with a thick black smoke but that is rarely the result of a "burnout". ----------history:----------------------------- The origins of burnouts can be traced to drag racing, where they have a practical purpose: drag racing tires perform better at higher temperatures, and a burnout is the quickest way to raise tire temperature immediately prior to a race. They also clean the tire of any debris and lay down a layer of rubber by the starting line for better traction. Drag race tracks sometimes use a specially-reserved wet-surface area known as the "water box," namely this because water is poured onto a certain area to reduce the friction to initiate the "burnout," for this purpose. Burnouts eventually became a serious form of competition and entertainment in their own right. Considerable prize money or goods are sometimes involved, and cars may even be sponsored or purpose-built specifically as "burnout cars". Burnout contests are judged on crowd response, with style and attitude therefore being important factors. Such contests are particularly popular in Australia but often occur in North America as well. Burnouts are also common in informal street racing, usually for show value. As with all street racing activities, burnouts on public property are illegal in most countries but the severity of punishments vary. In New South Wales, for example, police have the power to confiscate the offending vehicle for 3 months for a first offense. In March 2010, British Formula1 World Champion, Lewis Hamilton had his Mercedes car impounded for allegedly performing a burnout in Melbourne, Australia while leaving the Albert Park Grand-Prix Circuit. Burnouts are also occasionally performed by winning drivers at the end of NASCAR races to celebrate their victory. --------Practice-------------------------------------------- Performing a burnout in a front wheel drive vehicle is likely to result in damage to the drivetrain. It is usually achieved by engaging the emergency brake to lock up the rear tires and flooring the gas pedal. To perform a burnout in a rear wheel drive vehicle the driver has to simultaneously engage the gas and brake pedals. The brake pedal will require modulation, as the goal is to allow the rear tires to spin while holding the car in place with the front wheels remaining motionless. At a certain point of balance, the front brakes will prevent the car from moving forward while the rear brakes will have insufficient grip to keep the wheels from spinning, since engine power is transferred to the rear wheels only. It is possible to make rear-wheel drive burnouts easier by installing "line locks", devices which allow fluid pressure on the front brakes to be maintained while releasing the pedal to free the rear brakes. This is especially useful in a manual transmission vehicle, in which it can be quite difficult to manipulate the clutch, brake and gas pedals simultaneously. Line locks also reduce wear to the rear brakes, a common problem otherwise. Burnouts are most difficult to perform in four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive cars, as they have better traction than FWD or RWD vehicles. It requires significantly more powerful engines to break all four tires loose at the same time, and the tires will spin for only a short while before all four gain traction. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- - --------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Mazda protege 5, burnout, burn, auto, fire, smoke, car, spin, tire, show de boucane, racing, 626, cool, 929, rx-7, xxx, wild, drag, funny, race, bloblo, yvon degrace, loirat, feu, pneu, parking, hot, burning, flame, sexy, turbo, marthy, mcfly, bombardier, carsurfing, minecraft, GTA, how to, transmission, montreal, pierrefonds, porn, sex, out, in, Exhaust, sound, dumb, stupid, student, money, most, best, meilleur, ever, world, automobile, cars, tunning, dub, pro, master, plus, populaire, famous, stock, bitch, back to, the furure, meet, Québec, Bois de liesse, Saint-laurent, roxboro, roxbox, crew, high, speed, joke, justin bieber, youtube, complete video, full, streaming, complet, movie, movies, vf, fr, free, gratuit, film, HD, worldwide, euro, america, europe, china, made in, prank, qwerty, cheap, understeer, drift, protege5





2003 Mazda Protege5 eBay Cat Back Exhaust
2003 Mazda protege5 just installed eBay catback Exhaust also have a k&n cold air intake sorry sounds really crappy cause it was windy and filmed from my phone but hopefully should give you an idea is the sound





Mazda Protege 5 Turbocharged Teaser- Filmed with Gopro
My 2002 Mazda Protege 5 swapped with a mazdaspeed protege 2003.5 engine, List of mods: SteedSPEED headers Mazdaspeed Exhaust/resonator delete Injen cold air intake turbosmart front mount Intercooler turbosmart Blow off valve/wastegate Mazdaspeed full Exhaust B&G 2" drop Mazdaspeed front lip HID 6000k lights, yellow HID 2000k fogs tinted windows 8mm Hub centric spacers-ordered





air ride protege5
'03 protege5 playing with the air. easystreet struts, 2 viair 480c's, 8 gallon tank, asco valves, 1/2" lines





400whp 373tq Protege5 Signature Sound Wagon
You can reach me at 574-304-1354 (text only please). Or email SignatureCustomTanks@gmail.com Twin Scroll GT3071R with .72a/r, 4" intake with anti surge, standalone water cooled and dual Ball Bearing turbo. Haltech E6X standalone ECU with Boost control, Idle Air Control, dual fuel pump control, 800cc Deatchwerks injectors, J&S Ultra Safeguard. Intel Atom dual core 3.2GHz CPU, 8" Dynamix touchscreen, DVD +/- RW, USB 4 HUB. Easystreet Air Ride with dual Viair 380C, 1/2" valves and 7 gallon tank. SteedSpeed turbo mani, Signature Sound 3" V-Band modular Exhaust, Signature 4" custom ram air intake, CP Pistons 8.75:1, Carillo rods. DocB oil system with AN-12 SS braided lines, Peterson PRV, Peterson SS washable oil filter, Setrab oil cooler and AWR oil pan. RCI 12 gal fuel cell with AN-8 SS braided lines, Perrin fuel rail, 800cc injectors, Bosch 044 fuel pump, Walbro in tank 255lph pump, Fuel Lab regulator and Trick Flow filters. Signature Coolant tank, catch can and power steering resivoir. . Brian Lawlor 1 minute ago If anyone is looking for a new fully built long block FS2.0, custom made to order for only $3500, please let me know. I have one available right now. This is rare for me to have it in stock so jump on it while you can. I am the only full service shop that offers a fully built long block FS2.0L.





Durivage protégé 5 VS mazda 3
Nickage...





Turbo Protege 5 vs WRX
P5 vs WRX





Protege5 with HKS Hi-Power Exhaust
2002 Mazda Protege5 - HKS Hi-Power Exhaust - AEM Short Ram Intake Feel free to see the rest of the car here: http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3108905 Tried to warm the Exhaust/car up as much as possible (you can hear my fans kick in upon startup), although it may not sound as deep as it could be due to the Exhaust being only a day old and the poor quality of the camera. UPDATED CLIP: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwbPc6eDnzw





Mazda protege 5 drift
Nice clean drift followed by a parallel park





Turbo Protege5 Dyno Vid
My P5 on the Dyno, at only 10psi. 220WHP. Next weekend I go back to try 18psi.





Mazda protege 5
Burn out





Stupid ricer cars are for gearheads
Friends just got a riced up prelude and were gonna fix it, first we have to make it drivable untill he can afford struts minus heated springs add 1.8 megan racing springs





mazda protege 2.0l with megan racing exhaust
my mazda protege with a catback system of megan racing 2,5inch still the cat on. air intake green storm





Protege Corksport Exhaust
2003 Mazda Protege LX (FSDE) w/ Corksport Power Series Exhaust - Stock Header - Stock Precat - Corksport J-pipe - Corksport Power Series Exhaust. - resonator removed and replaced w/ 2.5" hi-flow cat. - Corksport Exhaust hangers.




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