Roadkill is probably the best online motoring show you may or may not have heard of. It doesn’t revolve around six-figure supercars, nor is there a blank check written for the production budget. What makes the show so great are the hosts, and their oddball adventures all over North America. The latest of which is something that truly has to be seen to believed.
The urban myth of supercharging a car with hardware-store-grade leaf blowers is put to the test here. The subject is a 1978 Chevrolet Monza Spyder that the guys bought in Ohio, where it was then driven to Pennsylvania. There, it had its engine ripped out for a 350 cubic-inch V8. Then came the leaf blowers. Five of them. How much power do they add? And how did they do it? Watch the windy episode below.