Rebuilding A Wrecked Lamborghini Huracan Part 14

פורסם בתאריך 20 אפר 2019
The challenges just seem to get tougher as we go!!! With so many new things that we learn as we go, we have yet to be stopped. We are moving at a nice pace and hope to get this thing ripping very soon. We got some big things planned for this Lamborghini, so be sure to stay tuned. Thanks For Watching!!!
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  • I think I'm the most impressed of the sewing than anything else. Keep it up boys!

    • I agree. That is painstakingly exacting work done well. Thanks for sharing.

  • You should’ve used airbag seat thread that withstands flexing, heat abrasion, and prevents thread run out. They make specific thread to restitch seats after an airbag has deployed. The regular sewing thread you used, is not intended for that specific purpose. There’s also sewing machines made specifically for sewing seams that contain air bags, i.e. Dürkopp Adler Sewing Machine. Cheers from Western Australia.

    • Great point. Goonzquad consider restitching. It may have been pointless fitting the new airbag otherwise.

    • I was actually thinking about that. An expert should be doing that upholstery work. Otherwise, worse, the airbag won't deploy.

    • Funny. That may be an intensive concept for many in America. Call in an expert.

    • @n 135246 Yes, would definatly end in an ugly and expensive suit. better up on liability protection.

    • n 135246 👍 Spot on mate. I reckon the air bag tends to deploy interrupted and unsafe. We replace air bags often at me shop and we have specific guidelines and regulations we have to follow by law, via the manufacture and automobile code. Obviously, this installation interferes with the SIA (Bolster Air Bag) not performing it’s intended purpose. Hopefully, it’s never needed!!! Cheers from Western OZ....

  • Hi guys. Just a little tip for future builds and repairs. When replacing stitching for airbags, a special thread need to be used. At least on all cars I have been working on. Love your channel, entertaining to watch. Keep up the good work. Greetings from Norway.

    • This makes sense because the bag must rip the threads apart in order to deploy, thus the thread on this seam has to have a specific breaking point to operate properly in an accident. (Same principle when an aircraft launches off an aircraft carrier, the catabolt holdback breaks when the aircraft has enough thrust to launch. ). An upholstery shop that does work on vehicles would be the best one to take the seat to and sew up this seam or they can point you in the right direction for the type thread you need. (Maybe even your Audi folks have this thread?)

  • I wonder if the Original Owner has seen how much work you've both put into this car. Takes this long to fix something that broke in a half a second. Crazy.

  • Man it’s amazing to see how far you’ve guys came congrats and y’all got some nice cars

  • Suggestion from an old man with a bad back. Use that lift to raise the car to a level that is comfortable for sanding. Your back will appreciate it in your later years.

    • Honestly I love this tip 😂 I'm 17 and I have a really bad back cuz of a car accident and y'all really should do what he says I miss my good back 😅

    • respect

    • hahah, no one ever thought this, good tip sir

    • This is wisdom talking. Best develop good habits now.

    • Good advice sir

  • Love your channel. Stitching up the seat was nicely done. I was thinking if there should be some special thread so the crashpillow can get trough in a crash? //Tomas

  • You need special thread when stitching the seat back up so that the airbag can deploy and rip through easier in case of a crash. That is not safe with the thread that you used. The airbag will deploy and have no where to go and could potentially hurt the passenger

  • Love playing with cool cars of all kinds. Great to see you guys kicking ass on here

  • oooo wow these updates are awesome loving this content looking forward to seeing the finished cars 😍 so much respect for you both for keeping being content and being awesome you guys are my favourite you tubers shout out to goonsquad Gang 😊😎 we are the strongest family on ILaward keep going guys this Lamborghinis will be lit With the colour it will pop

  • Just recently found this channel and it's already quickly become my favorite

    • yep i second that

    • Hummer Boy welcome to goonzquad greatness

  • What these dudes can't do?! These two are freaking amazing!!! So proud of you guys!

  • Love the new build , and as always surprising me with what you can do yourselves ! Someone call grandma , we doing some sewing out here!!!!!!

  • Y'all are awesome! Keep up the great work.

  • Great job guys, definitely some satisfaction in knowing you can do stuff on your own. Really nice build there.

  • Nothing says pro rebuild like “calling up grandma” for a Lambo fix, 😂👍🏼

    • Don’t sleep on Grandmas, they are the sewing Jedi’s.

    • Go Granny Go

  • Absolutely loved hearing you let us all know what your plans are for each car./build. You both do fantastic work and it's very entertaining to watch your well edited videos. Looking forward to that 2 milly sub mark! GO GOONZQUAD

  • Thanks for the update. I agree with the direction you guys are headed. You guys are naturals.. keep on keeping on.. don’t change a thing!

  • These guys are insane !! Much respect for the patience and experience they have. God bless goonzsquad be safe.

  • We love Thomas !!! 😄 We love your work guys!! Absolutely FABULOUS !!!!!! warm congrats from Greece

  • Well, the S2000 guarantees I'll be sticking around for another build!

    • I started watching illiminate randy for s2000 wayback my dream car

    • That will be amazing to fix this S2000 it’s not that hard to slap it back on.

  • Wow! Great job on the stitching! Seriously impressed.

  • FYI, you need special thread if you sew a seat back of. The thread tears just right for the air bag. Hopefully you used the right thread. Many shops won't show up new bags.

    • yeah, it's possible to stitch it so strongly that the airbag won't be able to pop out of it

  • Really pumped up for the S 2000 built! It's always a pleasure watching you guys work! ❤️❤️

  • Great vid. Good on selling the Hellcat, Camaro and the GTR also. I know repairing the Lambo seat was a ton of work, but choice of thread is a critical element in the airbag system. You'll want to redo that with the right thread for sure. Good luck boys, great to see Thomas doing an outstanding job as usual.

  • I gotta hand it to y'all, AMAZING job on the sewing. I did not expect it to be that good. Keep up the good work boys! We're loving this content!

    • They're lying fs

  • after all the amazing work you've done so far with the car, its the actual stitching of the chair that really blew me away haha unreal lads

  • Y'all do great work, I'm impressed!

  • Great video as always guys! The Lambo's looking better all the time! The sewing y'all did on that seat looks perfect. No doubt there. But I'd still at least take the seat to an upholstery shop and confirm whether it still meets specifications. The wrong thread could prevent a deployment in case of a wreck, and that might come back to bite y'all. I'd really want to double check that.

  • You guys should do more 4x4 or off-road builds

  • You guys are awesome! And your builds are inspiring!! Keep the GT-R, Viper and Lamborghini Huracan.

    • @CAM people dont hang around you more than once, do they?

    • @CAM Cool story bro.

    • @CAM We'll catch you on the next episode of 'things that didnt happen'

    • No they could make insane money and do even more serious builds. My opinion no offense

    • JASHEN ATSOCA corvette gone

  • love all your builds so far...Thomas is awesome too, Love your Shepard as well..

  • You boys are surly something else .Amazing , I watched all the parts of the videos . You guys are very smart with taking a Lambo apart and replacing every part .

  • THANK YOU for the build update at the end of this video. Keep on wrenching boys!

  • Given the front impact, the fuel cutoff switch (usually in the trunk) could have been tripped.

  • I love the rundown off the cars you’ve built, but us goonzquad Fam would love to know how much money you’ve spent to get these cars back on the road individually 👌🏼

    • £29.99

    • @Herschel Walker ok I will thanks for the info 🤓

    • Go watch Vtuned if you want transparency....

    • they did a cost run down on the blue Mustang in a previous video.

    • They’ll never tell lol better resale value that way

  • you guys got some serious skills, I applaud you :D

  • Wow love this channel, great job boys!

  • As always love your builds they just keep getting better as me, my uncle and my cousin are all watching you on Easter Sunday. We all agree that you should keep what cars you like and sell the rest as that's what this channel is about fixing and flipping cars for profit while educating & entertaining your viewers. Looking forward to seeing what you will do with the Honda S2K so keep doing what your doing as we love the videos and we are looking forward to more.

  • Parabéns, Show!!!!!! Se precisar de um assistente estou a disposição!!!!

  • S2000 😍 glad you guys still do builds that us average viewers can afford

    • @Ody From Solo mahal ya pak di country kita 😂

    • Let a cat scratch up your lambo-leather, spill some stuff in a store "I didn't do that". Is that what a lambo does to you? And still complaining about a 3 hour job a day? Hmmmmzzz... Lets look for a rebuild-video for a '99 Ford focus with a broken taillight.(Jealousy and sarcasm guys)

    • Thats funny that this happened cause i commented on their instagram asking if they were going to go back down to a 4cylinder sports cars. Instead of all these expensive rare cars. Here it is a s2000. Real talk id watch them rebuild any car.

    • Yeah some people might think it's backwards from a Lambo but I like that they have such a great variety of cars on the channel to rebuild, and if I really wanted to I could only pretty much afford the mustang or f250 and now s2000 rebuild it would just take 6 months maybe longer to do it myself between working and money

    • Still in my country I couldn't afford 😂

  • Good job! Great cars! Think would be super fun an Aventador rebuild! No one has done one of those yet...😉

  • Awesome video guys! Just to save you some time, given the uneven cranking sound of that S2000 engine it's very likely a mechanical problem. To fire up the car needs timing, spark, fuel and compression. Sounds like low compression is the culprit here. When you crank it, it sounds like at least one cylinder has low compression. Google "relative compression test" to see more about this. Start with a compression test to figure out which cylinder(s) is the low-contributing one, and then do a leak-down test to figure out the exact cause (could be blown head gasket, valve leak, warped head, bad piston rings, warped cylinder, jumped timing, to name a few).

  • Definite props on the interior work. That can be harder than mechanicals. You guys are DIY experts!

  • Wow that stiching thing did it for me! Great work! New subscriber. One question on the thread you used: Did you put in consideration that this has to be a rated beaking point? Not that the airbag couldn't make it through - just in case.

  • That stiching was legit great job 👍 killing it like always 🔥👌

  • Thanks for the help grandma 😁 keep up the good work guys.

  • Ah man now I miss my old S2000! Fantastic car! hope you start fixing it :) Cheers from Norway

  • I would love to see another truck or Jeep type of build. I first subbed when y’all got the blue Jeep and have been hooked since then. Something to throw it back to the older goonzquad days would be super cool. Maybe even a classic car to add some diversity to all the fast cars y’all have in the driveway

  • Binge-watching from Part 1 to Part 14.. from 11PM to 6AM... save me like you save those sweet cars @,@

  • Love the S2000 ! All the best guys on the build👍

  • Dude amazing sewing skills, unbelievable. You guys are the best! 🙏🏼

  • keep up the good work guys

  • Your videos are LEGIT guys. Really nice to see you get things done and fixed. By the way, the quality of your videos is really crisp, what kind of gear y’all use? Greetings from Germany.

  • amazing work with the seat repair guys.

  • I always think putting ITB on vtec engine is awesome, brings your ears to paradise. S2000 with ITB will be cool AF.

  • 3:15 I love the cars and rebuilding on this channel, but I’d also support this channel becoming completely dedicated to Thomas and his shenanigans. Food for thought

  • I love to see any Japanese cars you build ofc I love to watch all of your work but those are my favourite. You inspire me and a lot of us to try out things at home and I'm thankful for that. I love that S2k and I hope it will stay long at you guys and tune it up a little bit, I have a Honda too so it will be awesome to see it.

  • Do a video covering your costs and how much you're planning on selling some of these builds for!

  • Cool video guys as always :) to test the color you can get a paint meter big thumbs up from France XD

  • Goozquad: a perfect mixture of car videos and cat videos. *unlocks ILaward algorithm*

  • More footage of thomas please. :) Keep up the good work looking foward the next video!!!

  • The hellcat is so damn aggressive that one is my favorite that ur built😍👌

  • Can't wait for the s2k build. Great job guys!!

  • You guys or the wifes should do a seperate youtube channel for Thomas.. I am sure it would be worth it lol. Side note: Loving the videos and the updates to these vehicles.. They need the loving and you two are the best two these cars could of come across :P

  • LOVE the channel......I check everyday for new content....even started rewatching stuff...

  • Excelente trabajo, muy bien

  • I love this channel. So relocatable with working on cars. Makes me fired up and work on my dream car. 280z with a VQ37 in it. trying to find a 370z or g37 to get the engine and all to swap.

  • I'm glad you're keeping the Viper. That was a specially fun project to watch.

  • Super excited to see the S2000 build. Turbo it, it'll beast!!!

  • as always an excellent job and I think it best to sell off a few things if need to be to make room for more projects

  • Nice job on the seat guys!

  • Love the channel, it seems like everyone was rebuilding lambos... Glad ya r going back to cars that the everyday man could afford..

  • Most upholstery firms I know do not resew seats with airbags due to legal liability. You need to use different threads and different tension on different places in the seam for it to deploy correct... If it will not deploy right you could become responsible for it.

    • An airbag can launch a 150-200LB human person 5-10 feet into the air. They resew it back in the OEM slots, should be perfectly fine yo

    • I was wondering this, hopefully they matched the thread strength for the thread to break to allow the air bag to deploy.

    • Pär Stålberg they are keeping it for themselves who gives a f

  • Love the s2000 really like that its a convertible. Would LOVE to see more convertible builds.

  • Double kudos for hand stitching the seat boys. Been there - done that! And it looks great!

  • Hell yeah!! Super excited about the Honda build!!

  • Looking forward to the S2000 rebuild! I bought one brand new in the year 2000 in a town I was working in at the time called Harvey, LA then drove it home to Lubbock, TX. Had to sell it when I started grad school so this one will be near and dear to my heart. Second best car I’ve ever owned! 👍🏼

  • I started with the zl1 build and have been binge watching through every build through to this video. Keep up the great work. Dangggg haha. This inspired me to get back to work on my classic iroc-z. Thank yal. God bless.

  • For GT-R I think you should keep it and mods it. I love to see you update it!