We have shared videos of plenty powerful engines on this website and we don`t plan on stopping anytime soon! Today we continue our tradition of showing you yet another amazingly powerful, and loud, engine! CHECK OUT THIS 1163HP Heavily Modified Nizpro Turbocharging Ford Turbo Six Engine Dyno! Can someone touch the manifold? HA HA! Not even lava is that HOT! Nonetheless, this little beauty was filmed way back in 2004. The 4 liter engine comes from a Ford Falcon XR6, and it is turbocharged too. It`s no wonder that it is capable of developing some serious power on the dyno test! After all, the Blue Oval is known for its incredible engines! 1163 horsepower at 6500 rpm is really impressive! The company responsible for creating this monster, Nizpro, did an amazing job!
We must warn you though, if you are using headphones, turn down the volume! The sound this turbocharged 1163HP Ford engine produces is incredibly loud! In fact, even if you are not using headphones, turning down the volume a bit is still a good idea. This Nizpro turbocharged Ford engine is that powerful! Having one of these and putting it inside any car will turn your ride into a monster! It should be noted though, that this particular engine would not last long inside a car. It is made mostly for showing everyone how powerful it can get. With the excess heat not leaving the manifold, the life expectancy of this machine would be quite short. It does look incredibly cool though, and that is what counts the most! If you are a fan of loud engines, then this video is definitely for you! Smash the play button on the video below and enjoy some incredible power and sound! Do you agree that this is the best 6-pack Ford ever produced?
What better place than the city streets of Ensenada Mexico, the home of the Baja 1000, to set the stage for the sequel to Ballistic BJ Baldwin’s viral hit Recoil. This short film by Monster Energy follows BJ and his 800hp Trophy Truck as he tears through this seaside Mexican city, ripping over every drop and jump the town has to offer in an attempt to win a bet set by his friend, and international playboy Dan Bilzerian. Will he win? What will he lose?
We are always looking for new and exciting things to see and to get inspired from and when we come across something like this by accident, than all work is worth well and the excitement is something that further away from being something ordinary and everyday entertainment…
This monster you are about to see in the video bellow is one of those things you should not be messing around with it. The Jesus step-side GMC Sierra is powered by an enormous 94 mm Batmowheel turbo engine that produces 1,300 horsepower and gives the vehicle of average speed of 150 mph at the ¼ mile distance. Pretty impressive, right? You bet it is!
This video was taken at the Houston Performance Truck Shootout and October Truck Madness and as the reports are telling us, GMC Sierra had a little accident, so it did not make it as far as it actually could on this competition, but that is absolutely no reason for us to enjoy it, magnificent as it is. So just play the video and enjoy the show!
If you are a part of Hotrod show and if you know you got a car that you can confidently brag about, then if you are about to leave, make sure you leave the badass way much like what these hot rods and muscle cars did after leaving a Car show.
These aggressive and badass looking cars are leaving the show with such great noise and impressive acceleration.
You can see a bunch of blown cars, a stunning red Yenko Nova, Cobra R and a bunch of muscle cars and hot rods.
The key to living a good life is knowing when you are learning a lesson.
Hopefully, the driver of this two-wheel drive Bronco learned his lesson and will not be bringing his two-wheel pickup back to the offroad truck.
Thankfully for this wayward redneck, Super Redneck Man was on call and he was able to pull the stranded pickup from the certain precipice of doom with his balloon tired 4X4 monster mud truck! This vehicle save has got to be one of the best I have ever seen.
Those cars that made it on the Great eight and compete for the Ridler award was undeniably impressive.
Whether they got the award or not, these muscle cars were already winners.
The creators behind them can consider this as a wonderful masterpiece and Scottie is such generous guy who gave us the opportunity to witness these epic cars that were recently showcased at the Detroit Autorama 2015.
In this video in particular, he features the 1969 Mustang Mach 1 which they called “Stampede”.
It was owned by Juan Martinez and was built by GAP Racing.
So what makes this Mustang Stampede wicked? They have widened both front and rear ends, set it on a TCI suspension, huge set of Rushforth wheels and slammed it to the ground, powered by 527 cubic inch Big Block motor.
The sizzling blue paint made it even more fantastic.