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aclaración:- el pozole "no" es una sopa, es un guisado.
I don't know much spanish but you did a great job with editing this video for even non-spanish speaking viewers to understand 👍
I read online that this Willy Sousa is a businessman that was accused of fraud for this "Mexico in your Senses" museum (https://vanguardia.com.mx/liberanalempresariowillysousayasumadre-1363255.html) Also there's a weird amount of response-videos to this from other countries. I wouldn't mind more info if anybody knows more about those things 🤔
Question 1 to 4 👉 https://airshare.bittubeapp.com/#9e1948ffa7fca7bfe99f304606279d5382bb2719
Rules 👉 https://airshare.bittubeapp.com/#4082f8ed4f9956ffc3e73ea32a38141e7ed56001
Good luck to all of you.
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Behold! A beautifully executed Euro S50-swapped BMW E30 on these back roads for a quick little shakedown! The only other E30 I've driven in the past was a turbocharged M20 build which turned out to be one of my favourite european cars in the modified market. Today's E30 is slightly different, taking the naturally aspirated Inline-6 from the Euro spec E36 M3 and stuffing it into this Laguna Green 1991 BMW 318is SE (Special Edition) with little room to spare. Enjoy!
A few details from Matt's build:
Work required for the transplant is the usual USDM S50 transplant stuff plus a few extras: custom length driveshaft, custom plenum to accommodate a Porsche 944 brake booster, custom 304 stainless exhaust (dual to single 3”), custom oil cooler. All of this was done by Matt in his garage. The car is sitting on custom 3pc 16" Compomotive wheels which are hiding a Wilwood big brake kit in the front
The car is as bulletproof as they come, having been fully under coated and rebushed with urethane bushings.
It’s sitting on Ground Control coilovers and aftermarket sway bars that help the suspension compensate for the added weight of the drivetrain compared to the 4cyl it replaces.
THIS CAR IS FOR SALE
Hey guys! Today HPA Motorsports has given us the opportunity to drive+film their widebody Audi TT FTX700 VR6 Turbo. Without fail, HPA has delivered top-notch insanity to the streets of Canada and around the world for the most daring German car enthusiasts that exist. This Audi TT VR6 turbo is the latest in HPA's arsenal and delivers a balance of power, durability, and quality that not many builds are ever able to achieve, not without an entire team and years of development. At HPA, they run all their cars through brutal durability testing on a "rolling road simulator," which puts vehicles throuvaryinging conditions and temperatures. The horsepower readings from their dyno are reported at the crank, as to put up a good comparison with stock numbers that the OEM reports. Therefore, the 705HP and 790lb/ft of torque are calibrated at the crank to take advantage of that comparison, although placing this vehicle on a standard (higher reading) DynoJet or DynoPak dyno would produce more or less the same number at the wheels. Just to clarify! Hope you guys enjoy the video, we had a lot of fun filming at HPA and won't hesitate to bring you guys the next crazy build these guys whip up. - Marcus
I really think BitTube is missing out on a wonderful branding opportunity. The community should embrace their namesake vegetables: tubers! We need more carrots and potatoes and Jerusalem artichokes (artichokes are tubers?? who knew!).