And Twins! The Yetti Lightning Can Run a 4.9 1/8-Mile
There are only two possibilities for a car when it has pipes sticking out of its front bumper: Either it’s one badass mofo that could smoke you, or it’s the Frankenstein work of some mechanic who had no idea what he was doing.
Earlier this month, the production 2017 Ford GT was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show, while yesterday it was announced that a replica Ford GT40 from one of the Fast and the Furious movies will be auctioned, and today—two racing Ford GTs successfully qualified for this year’s Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. Notice a trend here?
Drag racing is serious business and the truck you see here doesn’t shy away from it.
Think of the last time you bit into a blazing hot pepper. It was small, but it packed a lot of heat, didn’t it? So does the Ford Ranger you see here.
The 1988 Ford Ranger GT you see in the video here packs a V8 attached to a massive, 94-millimeter turbo. That combination is set up to pump out around 1,600 horsepower, but it can be dialed in to produce as much as 2,000.