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Watch Ken Block roast marshmallows using new turbos in the Hoonicorn

There are lots of ways to roast marshmallows. But there is only one way to roast marshmallows like Ken Block. Installing two new turbos and methanol in his Gymkhana 7 Hoonicorn Mustang, Block is certainly up to something. He goes into detail about the updates and what could possibly be coming: “We got approval for The post Watch Ken Block roast marshmallows using new turbos in the Hoonicorn appeared first on GrindTV.
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