So, recently I've found out that my friends do not know word "тачизла" which I used in some casual context. This is a word from my childhood, I've heard it on the streets of my youth pretty often. Then I've realized that, indeed, postfix "-изла" is pretty untypical to Russian language.
Than I've found this question on English SE: What is the meaning of joke “may it plizzle the cozizzle” in Futurama?.
Here's an excerpt from accepted answer:
Snoop Dogg popularized the slang (in black culture in the US) of adding the -izzle suffix (and sometimes infix) to various words. He does it in many songs, including Drop It Like It's Hot and Tha Shiznit. He also does it as a guest in other rappers' songs, such as the intro to Dr. Dre's The Chronic.
So, the question is - what is the origin of word "тачизла"? Is "-изла" related somehow to English "-izzle" postfix?