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750 HP Twin-Turbo Camaro Goes Street Racing, Gets Owned by 750 HP Evo

What do you do when you own a Camaro that's been dialed all the way up to 750 HP? The correct answer would invlolve a drag strip sting, but the driver of this muscl car decided to take things to the street.
750 HP Camaro street racing 750 HP Evo 1 photo
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We are talking about a 2013 Camaro whose V8 has been gifted with a twin-turbo kit. Coming from Hellion, this pushes the Camaro's heart to 800 hp, while dlivering 10 psi of boost.

And you can call this Camaro many things, but "discreet" is not one of them. Its "look at me!" shade of Green serves as a testament to that.

Once the forced-fed muscle car hit the streets, it started battling it out with a supercharged Ford F-150 Lightning, one that puts down a meaty 685 hp. The Camaro also found a companion in a 600 hp Infiniti G35.

While the blue collar machine was an easy target for the Chevy, playing with the Infiniti was a bit more difficult, but the Camaro still manages to win.

The Camaro kept racing and finally met someone its own size. Actually, its opponent was a bit faster

Nevertheless, later on in the illegal evening shown in the clip, the Camaro met an Evo that delivered the same amount of hp as itself. Sure, in theory 750 hp vs. 750 hp should at least bring a close result, but the real world action can sometimes brings results that are far from it.

This was one of those case, with the Evo walking the Camaro. As the speed increased, the JDM machine continues to dominate, but the Camaro keeps flooring it, perhaps for testing purposes.

Since these guys have already crossed the border of the law, we think it's best to watch them going at it instead of doing it yourself.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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