THIS IS WHY YOU DON’T SHOOT RANDOMLY INTO THE SKY !!

In a series of very unfortunate events, a bullet shot randomly into the sky causes an unexpected death.
Gun safety 101 teaches anyone who’s armed not to shoot randomly into the sky. Why?

Here’s a prime example why.

While it is hard to tell the original trajectory of the bullet, it’s obvious the driver didn’t shoot him. He quickly got out of his car to check on the guy. Similarly, within minutes, the victim becomes surrounded by folks wondering what in the world just happened.

Chaos ensues as the crowd hurries to help. Sadly, the man died from the stray bullet.

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Stroker Shootout! Ford vs. Mopar 408s

The 408 is one of the most popular small-block V-8 stroker combinations for Chevy, Ford, and Mopar. This time on Engine Masters presented by AMSOIL and supported by Earl’s Vapor Guard and Mr. Gasket, we take the first step to find out which engine dominates with a dyno duel between Mopar and Ford. The Dodge LA-engine-based 408 is a complete crate engine from BluePrint Engines—we just added an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake manifold, Holley carb, and MSD ignition. The Ford is a BluePrint Engines short-block, and we matched it to the Mopar with the same compression, cam, ignition, and carburetor. Edelbrock makes the only direct-replacement aluminum performance cylinder head currently available from the aftermarket for the Mopar, and that’s what’s on the BluePrint crate engine. To match that, we also used the Edelbrock Performer RPM cylinder heads on the Ford. Edelbrock makes several models for the Ford, and they are the same price for the 170cc and the 190cc heads, so we chose the bigger ones. And that’s where opinions will run wild on this episode of Engine Masters.

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1970 Dodge Charger For Sale

1970 Dodge Charger 500

Vin: XP29N0G202958

This is one phenomenal 1970 Dodge that has undergone an extensive rotisserie restoration! The complete drivetrain is numbers matching and the car has been finished in its original High Impact color of Green Go. This Charger is documented with its original build sheet which is included in the sale. Under the hood sits the Numbers Matching Dodge 383ci V8 Engine backed up to the Numbers Matching A833 4-Speed Manual Transmission she is geared and ready to go! The gearbox feel is nice and crisp with the Pistol Grip Shifter! The Go Green Finish screams Mopar and the black upholstery and bucket seats make her look sharp! Take a seat on the inside and you have every gauge that you need to monitor this beauty! Hear the Rumble through the dual exhaust with Flowmaster Mufflers!

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1700HP Viper vs Texas Streets – The MOST SAVAGE Street Car we’ve seen!

TX2K18 WAS EPIC! This Nth Moto built Viper ACR is hands down one of the MOST SAVAGE street car we’ve ever seen! We’ve all seen insanely high powered AWD GTR’s and Lambo’s put down stupid horsepower on the street. but this Viper is putting a hurting on everyone, laying it down on an 18″ street wheel/tire and h-pattern manually shifting. Follow us through an epic night of shenanigans during TX2K18, enjoy!

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Air Filter Horsepower Shootout! – Engine Masters Ep. 27

If you’ve ever wanted to know if a car’s high-performance air filter makes a difference, or if your small filter is killing horsepower, you’ve come to the right video! On this episode of Engine Masters presented by AMSOIL, we test a whopping 19 different combinations of filter sizes and styles, including paper elements, K&N filters, stock housings, dual snorkel housings, velocity stacks, filtered lids, and way more—all the way up to some shocking results with tableware! Our test engine is a 750hp, 496ci big-block Chevy, but the data we gathered is relevant for any engine down to about 300 hp. Engine Masters is supported by Mr. Gasket, Earl’s Vapor Guard Hose, Permatex, and Auto Meter.

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Hemi War – Hemi Cuda v Hemi Road Runner – 1/4 Mile Drag Race Video – Road Test TV

1/4 mile drag race between a rare 1968 Hemi powered Plymouth Road Runner and a very rare 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda. Both the Hemi Road Runner and the Hemi Cuda are powered by Mopar’s potent 426 cubic inch Hemi with factory dual four barrel carburetors which makes 425 horsepower. Both Hemi cars are equipped with Chrysler’s bullet proof 3 speed Torqueflite automatic transmissions. Sorry for the shake in the video. The camera man almost fell over due to the Elephant Stampede:)

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