John J. Rambo: Guys, i'm making a FAN EDIT of the new FURIOUS 7 Official trailer, stay tuned (quality stuff)
John J. Rambo: I'm glad you guys enjoyed my fanmade trailer, now the OFFICIAL trailer is out and it was great to see Paul Walker again, i loved that guy and i respect him Official Trailer FAST & FURIOUS 7 (2015) Official trailer # 1 HD
scotopia1: ziet er bijna net zo mooi uit als die van 2008 Pavel Vrána: asi nemaš mikrofon že PhiberOptics: They're to cool looks like to much of a responsibility to keep up with i dunno how my Leopard Gecko's are living so long plus i don't approve of how companies ship these lizards i'd rather buy them in a pet shop that breeds them saw a video on here of someone doing a unboxing of them felt really sad for the stress that lizard must have been under. Daniel Smith: Thanks. My daughter loves this. Shizuka Lolita: Do you mind if we use this for a song cover? :) ariel arcilla: lol cheaters! johnsoncm65: The LS2 engine is 6 liters (the Porsche 911 engine is never larger than 3.8 liters in factory trim) and it sells new in the crate for about 6000 dollars, while the Porsche engine runs about 15K installed. Clearly there is some potential here. No LS2 engine has ever been taken out by an IMS bearing failure. (Intermediate shaft, a Porsche tradition). The deck badge says Turbo on it, and although I can't be sure which year this 911 is, if you assume it's a 996 turbo then it would have put out 420 HP with the original motor with the turbos doing their thing. The LS2 delivers 400 HP normally aspirated and can EASILY be built well above 500 HP without sacrificing daily driver reliability. Porsche makes a fine car and fine engines, but anyone who doesn't see the potential in THIS setup is a blind fool. This car has the potential to outpace any stock 911 Turbo. The down side to the LS2 is that I suspect that it is heavier than the Porsche flat 6 and thus will make the car more than usually tail-happy, so the driver will have to make allowances for that.