PASMAG Garage Tour: Under Pressure Racing

Zach Leitzke gave us a virtual tour of Under Pressure Racing in Tenino, Washington, USA and we got to see some of the vehicles they're currently working on, including a potential "world's fastest" Evo 10, streetable 240sx with possible K-swap, 2000hp S2000, 1240hp 2JZ S2000, El Camino, EG Honda Civic 8.30s 1/4 mile, Pinto, Cadillac, 1964 Chevy C10 w/ custom frame and so much more. For more information on Under Pressure Racing, visit www.under-pressureracing.com and www.instagram.com/underpressureracing.

(As seen in PASMAG Tuning 365 TV Season 3 Episode 5 on REV TV)

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