BMW RB Turbo'd 335i vs. Lamborghini Gallardo
Synopsis: A short race between a highly modded BMW E92 335i Coupe and a modded Lamborghini Gallardo. Modifications are in the video as well as below: 2007 BMW E92 335i has: - upgraded Rob Beck turbochargers @ 20 psi - Burger Motorsports (BMS) JB3 and intake - Helix front mount Intercooler - RPI ram air scoops - Downpipes - pump gas/race gas mix (approx. 96 octane) - 480rwhp 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo has: - LOC catback - Fabspeed cat-deletes - EVOMS ECU tune - Weight reduction Disclaimer: All runs done in Bolivia.
BMW E60 535i (JB+) vs. BMW E46 M3
Disclaimer: All runs performed in Canada. Synopsis: A couple roll races between a stock 2005 BMW E46 M3 Coupe w/ SMG Transmission and a 2009 BMW E60 535i with JB+ tune from Burger Tuning set at 60%. Estimated power from 535i is roughly 325rwhp and the stock E46 M3 should run around 285rwhp but is a couple hundred pounds lighter with a faster shifting transmission. Again, two decently matched cars, but this race will have a Part 2 when BMS DC Intake goes in and Boost is increased. Watch the whole video for the bonus run at the end! Please subscribe to my channel if you enjoy cars, racing and film-making in HD. Music - custom created using Sony Vegas Pro 9 and VideoCopilot's software "Pro Scores."
E39 M5 vs. Lamborghini Gallardo and Theory of Acceleration
Disclaimer: All runs performed on a somewhat closed course in the middle of pretty much nowhere with professional stunt drivers! Don't try this at home! Synopsis: There's a real wise guy on BimmerForums, who tells me that: 1) Gallardo's are slow (which they are, I'm not disputing that) 2) I'm a magazine/keyboard racer (I clearly don't have enough experience to know what I'm talking about) 3) It does NOT matter what gear you start in when you race, because acceleration due to powerband does not really matter. This video puts his theory to the test with an E39 M5 vs. Lamborghini Gallardo mini-race ... So, be proud of yourself, an hour of my afternoon was spent making this video for you, ForceFed7! (there were a couple other posters, but they weren't as persistent). But I have to thank you, you finally forced me to go out and drive my car after it sitting in my garage for 1 and a half weeks. I will also have a video of me racing an E63 M6 or E60 M5 with bolt ons soon enough. Please subscribe if you like film-making, racing, lambos, and exotics!
Nissan R35 GT-R vs. Lamborghini Murcielago
Synopsis: Short roll races between a stock Nisssan R35 GT-R and a Lamborghini Murcielago with an Exhaust. All runs were done from a rolling start from 10mph to approximately 120mph. All details regarding the two cars are in the video. The GTR is a 6-speed dual clutch transmission and the Lambo Murcielago is a 6-speed manual.