Hot Wheels: 650 HP 1970 Chevrolet Camaro by Detroit Speed – One Take

Hot Wheels: 650 HP 1970 Chevrolet Camaro by Detroit Speed – One Take

Awesome Hot Wheels Review: 650 HP 1970 Chevrolet Camaro by Detroit Speed – One Take

This 1970 Camaro is Detroit Speed founder Kyle Tucker’s personal weekend ride. It’s set up with every bit of suspension DSE makes, so it can handle Autocross, Track Days, Road Trips, and Weekend Cruises. Under the hood is a MAST Motorsports LS engine featuring drive-by-wire technology, and for something so fast, it’s a ridiculously well-rounded package.

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46 Replies to “Hot Wheels: 650 HP 1970 Chevrolet Camaro by Detroit Speed – One Take”

  1. The vid only shows how cheap middlemen are. You can't UNFAMOUS the car. You'll spend the rest of your life explaining the car to all the idiots on the planet. They'll never listen to you. I didn't bother to watch the vid. You've wasted your life.

  2. He heel toes too much, like he just learned how to do it and is trying to show off! You don't have to heel toe on every downshift! Like he is trying to blow up the motor! Meathead heavyfoot!

  3. When I first heard the car sound like it was kind of jumping I assumed it was due to the car not liking the low throttle input and I was thinking man this really is a race car motor as I've helped build cars for the dirt track and the way those motors idle sounds a hell of a lot like that but when I heard him say he was getting used to the clutch I thought that sounds a lot more realistic lol

  4. seems like a great humble dude………and his builds are just about perfect…….about all of them. I love that his builds are rather quiet vs say the Ring Bros….dont get me wrong, those builds are fantastic as well, but they are just too much…over the top……Detroit Speed builds are so simple, handsome, low key.

  5. I raced against this guy at a SCCA CAM Challenge event not long ago. Mike Dusold had his shop car and a gang of his customers out there too, if you're not familiar with the name Dusold check it out because it's worth the time. Now, these guys were all damn fast, but guess what spanked them all handily…. Dude with an '88 Firebird, car had stock interior, no cage, even had stock brakes! It even had an old school Chevy 350, sounded very healthy but definitely wasn't upwards of 650-800+hp like the other cars. It did have very wide wheels, at least 315's and very good quality suspension, but it goes to show autocross is all about car setup and positioning!

  6. 2nd-gen F-body will always be my #1 favorite "affordable" American platform. The prices are climbing these days…sigh…but I've never driven anything else that got so sideways with such control. Many fond memories. Someday there'll be a high-end 2nd-gen Camaro or Firebird in my future, and I'll leave the crazy-fast but rusty rattletrap that was my beloved '77 in my memories.

  7. I just bought 1970 split bumper I have looking into this build to get ideas of what I'd like out of my build. Literally JUST started striping the paint off and have some parts in hopefully 2 weeks but I'm so excited to get something like this going! Thank you!

  8. Stop, please, my wallet can't take it anymore. This channel is just a go-to for my "future shopping list", and I can tell you that I'm broke in the future thanks to this video. But sure as shit I'm driving fast and in style while being broke. 🙂

  9. Love this car, love the video but can you PLEASE tell whomever does the editing that when Matt is going up through the gears on cars like this, for the love of GOD….. dont cut away to the generic drive by!!!!!!!

  10. I will agree this is an awesome piece of machinery well engineers I miss my 1970 Camaro back in the day and I was in a horrible accident with the car and I know this may sound a little funny but car save my life I took good care of it she was running a big-block 427 620 horses she was my baby my Come Fly with Me looking at this car almost makes me want to cry continued success to Detroit Speed I don't know 73 Nova if I hit the lottery or come by your shop LOL

  11. Dream camaro right there. My only question is with the roll bar rendering the back seat basically useless, why not save some weight and take the seat out? I know it's a daily but I doubt anyone crams back there.

  12. Boring! I love the car, had a 71 for 25 years, but I don't want listen to these guys yak while watching the trees go by… Show the car fer cryin out loud!

  13. Seriously? Detroit Speed had no place to wring the car out a bit? Not even in a lot type autocross? Totally weak series with Detroit Speed, unimpressed. In fact, the videos just made me cringe as you wrecklessly and disrespectfully drove at adolescent speeds past peoples driveways. Not that my opinion matters, but these actions on the streets just show a lack of diligence to the race car ethics. Any nerd can stand on the gas and exclaim the prowess of "good turn in", but with no baseline course for comparison? Lame.Fully disappointed in these, I would have thought DS would want you to actually test the suspension they tout as being some of the best in the aftermarket. Your driving skillset is excellent, your choice of venues leaves a lot to be desired. Take it to the track Matt.Off my soap box now.

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