Toyota-Powered Nissan Pulls a 5th Gear Burnout in the Shed

Toyota powered Silvia doing a burnout 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
Yeah, nothing from the title above seems right, but believe us, the video bellow will prove it in about two minutes or so.
That chopped dark purple car you’ll see is an old Nissan Silvia S13, which is mostly used for drifting, hence the lack of quarter panels and bumpers. And as a bonus, that vented hood shields a 2.5-liter turbocharged 1 JZ Toyota engine.

It’s owner, Youtuber Justin Shreeve, decided to give it a proper goodbye before storing it away for some time. Which it comes to petrolheads means killing a brand new pair of tires by burnout.

We don’t have info on how much hp that thing is putting down, but the fact it can burn rubber in 5th gear really says a lot about power, isn’t it? There's hot to be at least 500, if not 700 hp. And if you’re wondering where those quarter panels are, another video on the guy’s channel show how they were scraping against those massively cambered front wheels, so they were discarded.

The first attempt you’ll see here is done in second gear, after which the man behind the wheel decides to do more shredding through fifth gear. Oh, forgot to mention that the burnout has been performed in a shed.

Guess they’ll need quite some time to clean all that burnt rubber off the walls.

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