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1967 Plymouth Barracuda 1/4 mile Drag Racing timeslip specs 0-60

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1/4 Mile ET: 11.129
1/4 Mile MPH: 121.650
1/8 Mile ET: 7.086
1/8 Mile MPH: 97.400
0-60 Foot ET: 1.577
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Temperature F: 81.0
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Car Make: Plymouth
Car Model: Barracuda
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Car Year: 1967
Driver: Dave
E-Mail: Private
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Classifieds: Barracuda For Sale
Parts: Barracuda Parts

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 1967 Plymouth Barracuda


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nice car, is it a small block or big block. Have a 67 myself and have began to call it sour grapes. It is plum crazy little barracuda but with 12.5 to one compression it keeps blowing head gaskets, just bought some cometics, so hope it will stop.. best pass 11.73 on blown head gaskets.. ole smoky...

Thanks Bob, it is a small block 360 thats .030 over. I've been using fel-pro head gasket part number 1008 with ARP head studs and never had a problem. The gaskets are 35 bucks a piece, but worth it. Good luck with your Barracuda.

Dave, I've got a 68 notchback orig 318 4spd. Needs a ground up. I'm looking for restoration links. Also interested in your suspen. set up. Did you have to tub for the size tire you run?

Tim. You donít have to tub the car to run this tire, but you probably should to make it look right. Iím planning on doing the leaf spring relocation kit (3 in on each side) and a mini-tub in the near future. Currently the section of the tire sticks out from the fender ~1 in and the tread sits even with the inner fender. The suspension is just 90/10 drag shocks up front, a pinion snubber out back, and disc brakes all the way around. I donít know any good restoration sites because I got all my parts locally, but if you need some go fast goodies check out manciniracing.com. Good luck with your carÖa real 4 speed carÖIím jealous.

Thanks Dave, I agree- I've seen pic's of many Cudas and the stance,tire/well arrangement makes or breaks the car when done correctly. I'll plan on mini tub. Not knowing much history of this model, I wondered what the decorative hood ornaments and signal markers denote ?

My 67 barracuda is mini tubbed and I also relocated the springs. Have a narrowed dana 60 it, I run 28X11.5X15 inch M/T's on the back. Car looks kewl with those wide tires tucked under... you will be happy when done... not to mention the extra traction..

I'm thinking of buying a 1967 Barracuda project care. Original 6 cyl, came with a 273, and the current owner started build for a 360. Any problems with this fitting??

Engine: 365 ci
Boost Control:
Boost Pressure (psi):
Nitrous Kit/System: NOS cheater
Nitrous Shot: 150
Pistons (rotors): JE 10.7:1
Rings (seals): File fit
Heads: Edelbrock RPM
Connecting Rods:
Camshaft: Mopar performance
Throttle Body:
Intake & Air Filter: Edelbrock air-gap
Headers / Downpipe: Hedman Hustler 1.75 in primary


Exhaust: 3in Flowmaster 2 chamber
Carburetor: 750 holley dp

Computer ECU Chip Upgrade:
Battery: Like it matters?
Ignition: MSD 6AL
Spark Plugs: NGK
Fuel Injectors: My right foot
Fuel Pump: Holley Blue pump
Gas: Sunoco 110
Pulley: SB Chevy (don't ask)
Transmission: 727 manual valve body
Clutch/Torq Conv: 3000 stall
Differential: 8 3/4
Radiator: Be Cool
Shifter: B&M
Gears: 4.10 with Moser 35spline axel
Wheels: Weld draglites 15x10, 15x4
Brake Rotors/Pads: SSBS 4 wheel disk
Tires: Hooser quick time pro 28x11.5
Weight with driver (lbs): 3250
Track: Bandimere Speedway, CO, USA
 Record Modified: May 4th, 2007

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Bandimere speedway, Denver CO (~5800 feet), street legal and street driven.

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