• Apr 15th 2011 at 4:58PM
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Suzuki Mighty Boy with LS1 V8 power – Click above to watch the videos after the jump

The JDM kei-sized Suzuki Mighty Boy from the 1980s weighed about 1,100 pounds and typically packed no more than 30 horsepower. What happens, then, when the only extra weight you add to the mix are a pair of fat rear tires and a General Motors LS1 V8? A lot of smoky burnouts, that's for sure.

Beyond the jump are three videos of the Mighty Boy crop-dusting fans in the stands. They may not be the newest, but we've never seen them before, and hopefully you haven't either. The first clip is a minute long and every ounce of the Mighty Boy's massive rear tires is shredded clear off the wheels. The second clip is two minutes, and you can expect more burnouts with a bunch of donuts mixed in. The last clip is only 27 seconds long, but six tire-smoking burnouts in that time-frame look like they're taking place in a video game. We can almost smell the rubber from here. Hit the jump to watch for yourself.

[Source: YouTube via Carscoop]

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      • 4 Years Ago
      I just love GM LS1 Engines. They are sold for cheap and readily available.

      God Bless America!!!!!
      • 4 Years Ago
      Anybody know where I can get a set of the Territory wheels he is running on the back?
      • 4 Years Ago
      Wow... that guys really is having trouble keeping that thing in a straight line isn't he.
      • 4 Years Ago
      LS1: it fits in anything

      Seriously, SBCs are some of the best examples of American engineering:
      1) simple
      2) reliable
      3) cheap
      4) light
      5) compact
      6) huge aftermarket
      7) easy parts availability
      • 4 Years Ago
      I read the title and instantly knew this would be an Aussie creation.

      God bless Australia!
        • 4 Years Ago
        Haha, me too. My brother built a '68 Datto tray back with a stroked 302 and everything except the block was under the tray and this was nearly 10yrs ago! Aussies definitely love the whore spower :P
      • 4 Years Ago
      The coolest thing this month.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Who else watched the recent Car Science and thought this is where they got these videos?
      • 4 Years Ago
      Yeah, I've seen this car up close, it's awesome!

      I have some more pics here if anyone is interested:

      There is also another which was lowered, with turbo & rear-mounted nitrous:

      The event is Summernats, held in Canberra, Australia each January.
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