Racing Team Tool Box Tour – With Specialty Tools

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ABOUT PAPADAKIS RACING:
The Papadakis Racing team began drifting in 2004 and is the most winning team in Formula Drift history, earning the 2015 title with driver Fredric Aasbo, as well as back­to­ back championship titles with driver Tanner Foust in 2007 and 2008. The Rockstar Energy Drink / Nexen Tire Toyota Corolla Hatchback is the latest competition build from the Hawthorne, California, based team.

Team owner Stephan Papadakis is a legend of sport­ compact racing who began building his reputation in the 1990s with the first front-wheel ­drive, tube­-chassis drag car in the U.S. The team earned multiple records and championships in the discipline, turning in elapsed times and trap speeds previously thought unattainable in front­-drive drag cars. Papadakis’ successes in front­-wheel drive were matched by his efforts in rear­-wheel drive when he campaigned a Honda Civic that became just the fifth car to join the NHRA’s Sport Compact 200 MPH club.

37 Comments
  1. K T says

    The 2×4 reminded me of the old nos log ebay product. 😆

  2. Tom Garbo says

    Like to color code my metric wrenches & sockets to ID them. Have to steal the great idea of lid magnets to hold wrenches. Replaced the cheap wheels on my tool chest & work cart w/ 5" wheels with grease fittings. Like the Maco deep drawers. Retired from a large hospital/ research center where we had tool carts in 4 of the buildings along with everybody's own tool cart. No 2 carts were organized the same. Would waste time looking thru drawers. Great vid. Thanks

  3. Mr. Chan says

    Love the tire filler sound effect

  4. impalaSS65 says

    I remember the 90s and the FWD drag racing cars showing up in HRM. Hated them. Still do, but it's great to see we are similar gear heads regardless of preferences. Watched this twice now. This is good info for new wrenchers. And it is very enjoyable for us old amateurs too.

  5. impalaSS65 says

    I love this. This would be a perfect christmas special. So enjoyable. Smart order, cars, knowledge, the relaxed "away from the world" sense when in the shop.

  6. John Nwagwu says

    That's a good complete tool box, how can one get such tool box

  7. Vlad Anorve-Ortiz says

    Lol 😂 the 2×4 I have one in my tool cart as well

  8. Super Fabricator says

    This was a great video highlighting that you do not need a snap on truck to successfully race

  9. Ryan Davey says

    I love that Papadakis Racing is cracking open old Snap On battery cases and throwing in replacement Ebay batteries. I love listening to Stephan talk, he's so soft spoken and isn't putting on a show or talking himself up. Impossible to tell from YouTube videos, but it sure seems like he'd be a pleasant guy to work with and for.

  10. Jothi Vel says

    caill me 8940119784

  11. Don Z says

    Shout out to the 2×4. This is a great video and really inspiring for me. Currently have a HB tool cart that I’ve outgrown and will definitely be buying a Matco like this one.

  12. sen pai says

    my dream box 💙

  13. bing rijper says

    Isnt metric standard around the world except for what 4 countries in the world???

  14. Peter VK says

    Anyone have any idea what magnets are being used under the top lid? I'm looking for some heavy duty magnets to hold my wrenches.

  15. sha hin says

    Price koto

  16. Enrique Moyao says

    Where you get those magnets holding up the wrenches?

  17. Er D says

    What a mess…

  18. Ralph Folden says

    Thanks for sharing. I am always impressed with the pros!

  19. tim m says

    all this metric vs imperial talk and god knows why metric is far superior. One time i had to pick a carburetor for an old chevy. I could barely say 2 15/16 inch

  20. Eddy Zboy says

    0:53 why is there a bent and a brocken wrench!?

  21. pranav walhekar says

    He did justice with those tools. I bought some ten years back didn't used then more then 4-5. Even my wife makes fun of me saying some one was going to do everything DIY.

  22. Lance Dooley says

    Interesting box but disguised with all Snap-on inside baby!! 😎 I'm suprised you guys don't have the Snap-on TUV with golf cart wheels although it is heavy. Also suprised its not all in foam like us aircraft guys. It's mandatory for us for FOD.

  23. Hanif Chauhan says

    Vich.campani.tulas

  24. Dead Horse says

    Do you run and hide from the Snap-On man when he shows on payday??

  25. Anthony Murphy says

    Ahh yes. The 3/8ths Craftsman wrench next to all Snap-On. A true men among boys.

  26. Raised Wing says

    Awesome video, thank you so much. What do you think could be done with the typical Craftsman 3-drawer with top storage?

  27. kamal besra says

    price list

  28. ILIAS KARACHALIOS says

    This man has worked a lot! Nice presentation and good thinking. Γειά σου φίλε!

  29. NeedForWeed says

    last tool was the best lol. i love these types of videos and youre naturally a really good youtube host. keeps the videos interesting and drops a lot of car knowledge

  30. Stacy Henson says

    Awesome video, I love seeing how others capitalize on space and ease of use of their tool boxes! One recommendation though, add a magnet to that oil filter, that way when you cut it open, most of the debris should be attached to where the magnet is stuck to on the outside.

  31. Snarky . Live says

    Europeans: the US passed the Metric Conversion Act of 1975, which made the metric system "the preferred system of weights and measures for U.S. trade and commerce." All US Customary units are defined by the metric system, with the invention of smart phones there was never a reason to eliminate our traditional units, they don't impact Americans in anyways except probably making Americans much smarter when using fractions and dimensional analysis overall and making them buy two wrench sets.

  32. Euan Matthew2611 says

    I know I'm a year late, but what are the lighters for?

  33. Michael Logan says

    Him: big breaker barMe: I've seen a socket wrench bigger that that. Youll often find yourself using a 4 foot breaker bar and a 10 foot steel pipe to loosen a bolt while working on heavy machinery

  34. tomek860 says

    Hold on a sec, metric wrenches and standard wrenches ??? Metric IS standard 😉

  35. surya moorthy says

    Way more informative and enjoyable than whats in my bag of a celebrity ✌

  36. Adam Bainbridge says

    Made me realise how lucky we are in the UK to only need metric!

  37. Der Heiligen says

    Please make a second part

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