How do you fix any problem with a car? The answer is typically just add more power. But sometimes adding more power can bite you in the ass. Here is the evidence.

Ideally, when you add more power, you’d also make sure that the rest of the components in the car can handle all that rampant horsepower. Like, for example, the rear end. If it can’t, you might end up like this, a car with a rear axle just sort of bouncing down the road.

Note to self: Don’t do this.

Hat Tip to Carscoops!


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