For Sale: 1998 Tahoe 4WD with a Supercharged LS9 V8

1998 Tahoe with a Supercharged LS9 V8

This 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe is being auctioned on Bring a Trailer in Issaquah, Washington with a current bid of $21,000. The factory 5.7 L Vortec V8 was replaced by a supercharged 6.2 L LS9 V8 crate engine at Titus Will Chevrolet of Olympia, Washington in 2012-2013. That bumped the Tahoe’s power from 255 horsepower and … Read more

Toyota MR2 with a Turbo V6

Toyota MR2 with a turbo 2GR V6

This Toyota MR2 W30 was built by Pieter Zeelie in Roodepoort, Gauteng, South Africa. He replaced the factory inline-four for a turbocharged 3.5 L 2GR V6 that makes 680 horsepower and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft) of torque. Power goes through a Kaps LS7 seven-speed sequential transaxle. The 1,100 kg (2,425 lb) race car is wrapped … Read more

BMW E30 with a S65 V8 – Part 5

Driftworks BMW E30 with a S65 V8

Driftworks is back with another video on Phil Morrison’s BMW E30 M3 project. The team is turning the E30 into a race car for the track with a 4.0 L S65 V8 from a E90 M3 connected to a DCT transmission. In part five the team modifies the trunk lid and works on the fuel … Read more

Rod Millen’s 4WD RX-7 with a Turbo 20B Triple-Rotor

Rod Millen 4WD RX-7 with a Turbo 20B Triple-Rotor

Grant Munro spent four years restoring Rod Millen’s 4WD Mazda RX-7 at his company Rotorsport Racing & Engine Balancing in Auckland, New Zealand. The car was originally built with a turbocharged 13B two-rotor and custom Weismann five-speed 4wd transmission. In 1991 they replaced the two-rotor with a 20B three-rotor. Read more about how Rod built … Read more

Citroen 2CV6 with a Supercharged BMW Flat-Twin

Citroen 2CV6 with a Supercharged BMW Flat-Twin

Earlier this year we featured Alex de Vries amazing 1987 Citroen 2CV6 Bamboo he built to compete in hillclimb and sprinting. Back then we said Alex was working on producing more power from his 1085 cc BMW flat-twin. The plan involved building it with heads capable of 11,000 rpm, Emerald K6 ECU, and Rotrex supercharger. … Read more