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2012 Supercharged 6.2L Ford Raptor SVT, 0-65 MPH Run

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One of our team members demonstrates his 2012 Raptor SVT’s power from a very slow roll. The truck has the big 6.2L V8, but modified with a supercharger, new heads, new injectors, an ECU map and a totally revamped full exhaust (headers plus catback system).

If you think it’s impressive on pavement, wait until we post what it can do on the sand dunes.

VIDEO: Flogging a Ferrari 458 Italia Spider Through Italy’s Stelvio Pass

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First things first: listen to that beast. Who needs a radio when you can listen to a 562 horsepower V8 all day?

Second: listen to that shifting — pure, crisp, instant shifts that you can only get from a dual-clutch paddle system. And the downshifting? Lighting fast and rev-matched.

I’m not embarrased to say I’ve watched this video about ten times already. And if you’ll excuse me, I’ll do ten more.

Enjoy.

Testimonial: How Rislone Engine Treatment Can Clean an Engine

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We just received this testimonial from Ed S. from Sterling Heights, MI:

I have a 2001 Buick LeSabre Custom with a 3.8L engine.

After about 75,000 miles it started to use oil — 1 quart for every 1,000 miles.

The dealer wanted to overhaul the engine, but I talked to the shop foreman about Rislone. I have used Rislone for all my life. The foreman said they cut the clearning by the rings down, so the crud couldn’t be removed with the regular 3,000 mi olil change.

So I put in Rislone Engine Treatment at my next oil change, and it hasn’t used any oil since. It completely stopped after that.

Here is a picture of Ed and his LeSabre:

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Gymkhana 5: The Video

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Look, if you have ten minutes to spare, watch this video. It’s probably the best driving video you’ve ever seen. I mean it.

The scoop: Ken Block pilots his 650 HP Ford Fiesta rallycar around the streets of San Francisco. What makes this different from other Gymkhana videos are the jumps: Block gets airborne several times, including once where he hits his jump sideways and basically pulls an air-drift around a corner. Crazy stuff. The only time power meets precision like this is in F1 racing. I can’t think of anything else that comes close.

Oh, what is Gymkhana? In a nutshell, automotive gymnastics. Here’s the Wikipedia page with more info if you’re interested.

Anyway, I pretty much want to be Ken Block when I grow up.

This is one of the top trending videos in the world right now, being viewed over 5.1 million times in 24 hours. And your eyeballs to the count.