Modified Imports Eaten by Tesla Plaid – 3-Wide Street Hits

April 22nd, 2022

This here’s a story that begins with three little piggies (imports) playing on the interstate (of Mexico). They are having a good time romping and racing one another when the big bad wolf shows up. He’s all dressed in Plaid and ready to devour imports two and three at a time. The big ol’ Tesla wolf ain’t huffing and puffing. He’s running dead silent as he cleans up the competition despite having three passengers onboard. What a beast of an all-electric sedan. The first little piggy was a Nissan Nismo 370Z with a turbo added. Beside him (in the initial Read More

Exotic Street Hits – Porsche 911 Turbo S vs. Nissan GT-R

March 29th, 2022

Tonight, the exotic metal hits the streets (of Mexico) for some roll racing action. Both these machines have been modified to improve performance. We will see multiple street hits with the jump initiating at 20 mph, 40 mph and 50 mph. Let’s have a closer look at these cars. The 2016 Porsche 911 Turbo S has been upgraded with a catless exhaust system that includes a crossover pipe. The intake manifold is aftermarket, and the Porsche has been tuned to burn 93-octane fuel. Oh, there’s a methanol injection system, too. Sounds like a bad little bug. The all-wheel drive Nissan Read More

Porsche 911 Turbo S vs. Lamborghini Huracan, Nissan GT-R and McLaren 720S – Street Hits

December 21st, 2021

Supercars are taking over the streets! At least that’s the situation in this short video. The best-of-the-best from the premier automakers of Europe and Asia have rolled out on this strip of interstate (in Mexico) to see who’s the baddest of the bunch. Now, we get to watch from the comfortable bucket seat of a souped-up BMW as these competitors engage in elite level roll racing for all the marbles. First to roll out is a BMW 335i (big turbo, detuned) and a Lamborghini Huracan Avio (bolt-ons, E85 fuel). I got the impression that the Huracan was playing with the Read More

Ricky Bobby Nissan GT-R – 200+ MPH Rolls

August 27th, 2021

The Ricky Bobby GT-R is on the edge of the knife when it comes to top speed. It is purpose built for roll racing and half-mile racing events. Under the hood of this all-wheel drive import is a 4.1-liter T1 built V6 (billet block) with a pair of Precision 7685 turbochargers. With a 200hp shot of nitrous, this Nissan has the potential to produce nearly 3,000hp. Piloted by Terence Cox, the Ricky Bobby GT-R is one of the favorites to win the Unlimited Class. Fresh off the trailer, Terrence rolls into the left lane against a Cicio car. Terence puts Read More

Midwest Street Racing Goes South of the Border

August 5th, 2021

What do you get when a pack of rowdy midwestern street racers takes refuge in Mexico? You get one crazy night of street hits and some viral video. Climb in and hang on – we’re going south of the border for some white-knuckle street hits. First up is a 60 mph roll race between an 870hp supercharged Corvette ZR1 and a twin turbocharged Nissan (R32) GT-R capable of making 1,000hp. Somebody better tell that ‘Vette that he is underpowered because he just whooped a 1,000hp GT-R and a LITER (1,000cc) bike. Oh, wait a minute. He got the message with Read More

Kimbo Nissan GT-R – Six-Second Quarter-Mile

June 4th, 2021

She-maneti! This is one boisterous GT-R! The Kimbo Slice (R.I.P. Brother) Nissan GT-R out of Houston, Texas is on a quest to run a six-second quarter-mile. Problem is that the car seems to be fighting the crew every step of the way. Rest assured, this crew is utilizing every weapon in their arsenal to tame this renegade Nissan and post a six-second quarter-mile. It was Day 1 and Kimbo started out impressively enough with a 7.19-second run at 207.24 mph. Not too shabby, but these guys are looking to go sixes. Day 2 offers more of the same with an Read More

Nissan GT-R vs. Lamborghini and More Exotics – Street Hits

April 28th, 2021

If you could find a Japanese sports car that could hang with most exotics, would you be interested? How about if you could buy it for a fraction of the price of your average supercar? Interested now? That’s basically what you can have in the Nissan GT-R. Climb in and let’s hit the highway (in Mexico, of course). Depending upon which version of the Nissan GT-R you choose, you can anticipate spending between $115K and $210K for an extremely capable production sports car. The all-wheel drive GT-R is powered by a twin turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 engine. While it is scary Read More

1400HP Nissan GT-R Ride Along – Street Hits

April 24th, 2021

Giddy up racing fans and performance car enthusiasts, it’s time for a ride along! Tonight, we will have an opportunity to join Dancing Danrue from the passenger seat of his radically modified Nissan GT-R. This car is a street monster. Under the hood is a stock block (with a factory crankshaft). The turbocharger system has undergone significant enhancements. Fuel injection has also been upgraded to a twelve-injector system. A brand new MoTec controller has been added as well as every bolt-on under the sun. This all-wheel drive beast is capable of putting 1,400hp to the pavement. In the first contest Read More

10-Second All Motor Mustang GT – Street Hits

April 6th, 2021

We’re headed back to the Sunshine State tonight where we’ll meet up with Austin Rodriquez and his 2018 Ford Mustang GT at Palm Beach Dyno. Austin has posted a best elapsed time of 10.1-seconds @ 136 mph in the quarter-mile, but tonight he will be taking it to the street for some roll racing hits against a nitrous Chevrolet C5 Corvette and a Nissan GT-R with full bolt-ons running E85 fuel. This stunning Mustang GT has undergone some significant mods, but Austin is yet to include ant type of power-adder. That’s right – no nitrous, no blower and no turbocharger. Read More

850HP Nissan GT-R vs. 2021 McLaren 765LT – Street Hits

February 5th, 2021

When one takes the opportunity to ponder the baddest bucket of bolts on the interstate, both the cars featured in this video must come to mind. Even the meekest of the vehicles manufactured by McLaren are virtually unrivaled when considering power-to-weight ratio – and the 765LT is the King of the Hill in the McLaren Super Series (right now). On the other hand – or in the other lane as it were – the Nissan GT-R has held its position as the hottest thing to come out of Japan for decades. With a nickname like “Godzilla” you have to stay Read More

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