Turning A Salvaged Car Into A Street Legal Race Car Part 9

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, January 15, 2019
  • Who would've thought that a smashed car could turn into this! A extremely light weight turbo kit car! This car has come a long way from where it started, the junk yard. Watch as we bring this beast to life and put to the test on the track and street! Thanks for watching!!!-Get Your Kit: http://dfkitcar.com-GOONZQUAD LIMITED HOODIES: https://goonzquad.com-Become A Patron: https://www.patreon.com/goonzquad-Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goonzquad/-Email: CREDITS: MUSIC: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCht8...Music: https://soundcloud.com/nocopyrightsoundshttps://soundcloud.com/7obu/sound-of-...https://soundcloud.com/chillhopdotcomhttps://soundcloud.com/benmaxwellmusi...https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads/i...https://soundcloud.com/jaricomusic/is...https://soundcloud.com/ukiyoau/skylinehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIe5...https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarudhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEic...https://soundcloud.com/freemusicforvl...
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  • Auto Auction Rebuilds
    Auto Auction Rebuilds  7 months ago +810

    Who else thinks off video they ripped it on the street?? ;)

  • Kyler Peake
    Kyler Peake  5 months ago +250

    if those water lines blow y'all are getting third degree burns

  • Wolf-J&C
    Wolf-J&C  7 months ago +232

    Anyone else see him hammering on the bearing and cringe? lol

  • SalmonParadise
    SalmonParadise  5 months ago +138

    i think they have drunk some yee haw juice

  • ntx lsx racing
    ntx lsx racing  7 months ago +45

    "If it blows it goes" won't be saying that if that thing spews 200+ degree coolant on you back and neck lol but probably won't happen
    Edit:didn't realize they were intercooler hoses that shit ain't gonna get hot enough sorry for not paying attention

  • Braap IOS
    Braap IOS  7 months ago +504

    1like = 1 extra horse power

  • John Steele
    John Steele  6 months ago +63

    We will be reusing this oil (camera moves in and metal chunks can be seen) with a filter (camera shows crappy paint filter).
    Planning a rebuild soon?

  • Joshua Mckilla
    Joshua Mckilla  5 months ago +49

    So many angles and cuts to oil pouring into a funnel.

  • Herb Hungwell
    Herb Hungwell  2 months ago +15

    That thing looks like "Leroy the Savages" gay brother.

  • Skimask
    Skimask  5 months ago +27

    OMG WHY HAMMER THAT BEARING LIKE THAT? WTF ARE YOU DOING

  • Theone gamer93
    Theone gamer93  7 months ago +116

    "lets wait till its legal" said no one ever 😂😂😂

  • Thew_666 /JARPI
    Thew_666 /JARPI  6 months ago +9

    You use hammer for bearings not good idea ;)

  • Kief L
    Kief L  5 months ago +40

    Would you mind turning down the music on the time lapse and maybe completely when your talking? I would personally like more chill instrumental background music so it complements rather than completely distract from the project.

  • FixBroz
    FixBroz  7 months ago +169

    First clean title car on goonzquads channel.

  • BESHY’S BEE’S Bee tee vee

    “DUDESQUAD” Dude! that’s sick! Dude! man Dude! 😂

  • Jim Bo
    Jim Bo  5 months ago +5

    My wife made me stop watching because the music was driving her batty.

  • T Fred
    T Fred  7 months ago +42

    Cool build! Just a couple quick notes: 1. I don't know how hot that inter-cooler coolant gets, but I'd STRONGLY consider swapping to actual coolant hoses and metal or temp rated plastic fittings, add an expansion tank (the hot coolant needs room to expand), and a pressure relief (i.e. radiator cap). 2. You need some sort of shroud to protect you if a coolant hose or fitting let's go. 3. Don't beat on the intermediate bearing like that. In a pinch, use the old bearing to help seat the new one in the mount and use a press if possible. 4. Don't beat on the end of the CV shaft to install it. You can put a 2x4 on the inner housing lip if you need to give it a tap. Just be careful not to tear the boot. And 5. I know the car is very light, but I'm not super excited about the design for the rear upper shock mounts. I'd consider adding a strut bar to help strengthen things.

  • Offshore Grease Monkey
    Offshore Grease Monkey  7 months ago +109

    Guys never use a hammer to set the bearings of the shafts! You can damage the rollers with that Methode. Thumbs up to let the guys know!

  • billy Johnson
    billy Johnson  3 months ago +2

    Cool, I subbed. Where's the video of you building the frame?👍

  • THEBOZZ 1801
    THEBOZZ 1801  7 months ago +208

    Hey goonzboys, I'm a German Car mechanic and I have to give you some tips how to properly install brake pads. I know these brakes are completely new and you have some shims between the bracket and the pads, but there is one very important thing that nearly everyone in the states forgets: to grease the pins on the pads with special brake grease. You should buy the silver one from Bosch, it's the best stuff you can get and I have to use it one every care I replace the brakes on. The reason why is, the grease makes it a bit easier for the pads to back off of the rotor just a tiny bit so that your pads won't squeal and last a bit longer.. I hope you recognise my comment and try to do it in the future because in Germany, every car mechanic does it... if also prevents the pads from rusting into the bracket, also try to put a very thin layer of it between the hub and the brake rotor tho prevent the rotor from rusting on to the hub... greetings from Nuremberg, Bavaria in Germany. Keep on going guys.... if you need any help or have any questions about how to do some stuff properly just send me a dm on Instagram, my tag is @manulongchicken
    Have a nice day and never give up