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Posts: 1767 From: Third World Country, OR Registered: Oct 2009
I have another video on youtube I produced a long time ago when I worked for the government. When I got a copy of it, my former coworker forgot to plug in the audio cables and unfortunately, there is no sound. Some effects and techniques are awful but I had to give the customer what they wanted: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8UtipHsHHM
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La fiera Member
Posts: 1585 From: Mooresville, NC Registered: Jun 2008
this is a kinda old video it doesn't have the exhaust on it right now because im waiting to get a new one. the old one was really shot.
here is what it sounds like right now hopefully it will have a new exhaust in a couple weeks. its really fun to take around the block right now though but it hurts your ears especially when you pass any object it makes it sound even louder.
Go to U-tube type in Nixon chop top turbo taking off. You will see a video of my car when I first got all the turbo set up correct and the third engine built that would hold the boost. Yes I went through three motors until I got one to hold. Even busted an axle shaft when it was an auto. I then went five speed.
Matt Hawkins Member
Posts: 586 From: Waterford, MI Registered: Oct 2000