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Drifting an Abandoned Prison

Hella keen to go to a meet here!

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Gymkhana 10 – Tyre Slaying TOUR

This might be the best one yet – epic cars, epic locations! That time we met Ken Block! View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Empire Media Group (@theempire_nz) on Jul 16, 2014 at 5:14pm PDT

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Paddle shift for your Dogbox

The guys at MME Motorsport have made a system that can transform your standard dogbox to be a Paddleshift Weapon Now so far it seems they can only do an H pattern drag or classic box, but I’m sure in time they will figure out how to do the next …

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Dude makes Drift track around his house!

This legend made a drift track around his house so he can shred all day!

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Reinventing the Wheel?

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What really happens in your Differential

Did not see that coming.

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Sur-Ron E-Bike – Review

We were invited down to the Franklin Farm in Tokoroa to check out ” the most mental E-bikes ever made” We were not disappointed. Specs 6 kW motor 32 Amp/hour Battery 200Nm Torque max 50 kg operational weight Price $7000 NZD – top spec Now the film itself was intended …

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Chevrolet Silverado – By HSV – New Zealand Review – The Open Road

In this episode of The Open Road Nick’s driving the Chevrolet Silverado Z71 Custom Sport Unfortunately the first pass of this film was over 40 minutes long, no one wants to sit through me blabbering on about anything for that long. Here’s some stats and additional thoughts 2500HD LTZ “Custom …

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‘Self-Driving’ Mustang crashes at Goodwood

There’s that age old joke about Mustangs and their many many crashes on Youtube, particularly when it comes to pulling out onto main roads. These guys made a ‘self driving’ 1965 mustang to show off at GoodWood Festival of Speed, Now sure this wasn’t gona be the fastest pass of …

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Healtech Quickshifter Review

  A few months ago I had the idea to look into Quickshifters for my motorbike, and upon further investigation I narrowed my decision down to the unit made by Healtech, in Hungary. Being that my bike is carburetted, I was limited in options, but I think I’ve made the …

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