World’s Fastest LS Powered Stick Shift

August 14th, 2021

Greetings drag racing fans! This video features a 7-second Chevrolet S-10 pickup that is really dialed-in.

Under the hood is a fully-built 402 cubic-inch Dart Racing engine on the GM LS platform. It has a set of Trick Flow LS7 cylinder heads and a Dougherty Racing camshaft. The twin turbo setup is built around a pair of Borg Warner 7687 Bullseye turbochargers. This potent combination can produce more than 1,700whp.

The manual transmission is a dogboxed G-Force with fifth and sixth gears deleted.

The entire setup is overseen by a Haltech Nexus R5 controller (with wiring harness).

Car owner, Nick Cole-Mann assures us this thing back halves like a biscuit-eater (or something along those lines).

Let’s go to the video and see if nick can capture the World Record for an LS powered vehicle with a manual transmission (in the quarter-mile).

An initial pass of 7.65 @ 192.17 mph turns out to be Nick’s personal best. He seems unnerved by the accomplishment. Could it be that the fire of competition burns deep in this drag racer? Stay tuned to find out.


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