1260HP Stick Shift “Family Sedan from Hell” VS 1000HP AWD Honda Civic!
There’s an intriguing allure to cars that bear the unassuming appearance of a vehicle grandma would drive to church on a peaceful Sunday morning. This peculiar charm captivates a specific breed of drag racing enthusiasts who, armed with creative ingenuity, transform these unremarkable church cruisers into formidable racing machines. The phenomenon, known as the “sleeper,” not only captures the attention of onlookers at the track but also resonates across the Internet, especially when platforms like That Racing Channel share captivating videos.
In this instance, That Racing Channel (TRC) unveils a dual showcase, presenting not one but two cars that fit the bill of potential sleepers.
First up is a 1989 Toyota Cressida with a square-bodied silhouette. This unassuming four-door exterior boasts weathered paint and, if it weren’t for the conspicuous parachute and drag wheels, would easily fade into the background. Yet, beneath the hood, a 2JZ engine reigns supreme, accompanied by a substantial turbocharger and an array of performance enhancements. The transformation is undeniable – this Cressida means business. With over 1200 horsepower delivered to the rear wheels, the owner hopes for the sedan to sprint down the quarter-mile in an impressive 8-second range.
In the opposing lane stands a familiar face in the tuning community, the Honda Civic coupe. However, for those uninitiated to the world of performance, this unassuming coupe possesses the power to turn heads. Sporting a mind-boggling 1000 horsepower coursing through its all-wheel-drive system, the Civic embodies a harmonious blend of force and control. The immense power at its disposal propels the car to crazy speeds, while the all-wheel-drive system ensures optimal traction and a significant edge in drag races.
The video below offers a showdown as both these sleepers go head-to-head, showcasing their sneaky prowess and proving that beneath you don’t necessarily need a top-dollar sports car to go out there and have fun and compete.