A Neon SRT-4 Engine On 35psi Of Boost In A Mini-Van Makes For The Greatest Burnout Machine Ever


A Neon SRT-4 Engine On 35psi Of Boost In A Mini-Van Makes For The Greatest Burnout Machine Ever

(By Jay Mazzotta) – Under no circumstances does anyone ever find a mini-van cool unless maybe you’re planning on driving the neighborhood on a pub crawl. Then again, if it was a complete sleeper and could do 400 foot burnouts like this mom mobile which we REALLY like, we’d be all in. According to the YouTube user bubav8, this mom inspired burnout machine is powered by an SRT4 engine aided by a 72mm Turbonetics turbo to assist in showing the tires no mercy and producing one of the best burnout videos out there.

On bubav8’s YouTube channel you can find a few more videos of him and his girlfriend spooling up the minivan and outrunning bikes and other cars on the highway and where you can also see the van is pretty well gutted. Minus the blacked out rims, the minivan appears to sit and sound like your typical daily driver to the untrained ears and eyes until the driver spools up for what seems to be forever, hits 35 pounds of boost, and lets the fun begin; roasting the tires uphill leaving nothing but a trail of smoke and rubber as far as you can see until he goes over the hill and out of sight, where he continues to let it eat. We’ve got to be honest, the sound of that little motor winding up the turbo is flipping awesome and will have you smilin’ from ear to ear.

PRESS PLAY BELOW TO SEE ONE OF THE MOST RAGING, AWESOME, AND HILARIOUS MINI-VAN BURNOUTS EVER -


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4 thoughts on “A Neon SRT-4 Engine On 35psi Of Boost In A Mini-Van Makes For The Greatest Burnout Machine Ever

  1. Nick D.

    Honda tuning ship Bisimoto built an 2014 Odyssey about a year ago, that was 6-speed swapped and had a fully built turbo J35 3.5L V6 that was making 1,035hp. Also had a custom leather interior, nice wheels and air bag suspension. It was full on insanity.

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