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Valiant Hemi Pacer 265 Six Pack

Mikes 265 Hemi VH Valiant Pacer with the newly fitted six pack and headers. Old School Cool.


 


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Project Valiant: AlterKtion Suspension Installation
Popular Hot Rodding magazine covers how to install a Reilly Motorsports AlterKtion front suspension in a 1968 Plymouth Valiant. Ron Aschtgen of Outlaw Motorsports in Riverside, CA turns the wrenches!





NASCAR Powered Valiant Dyno at 9000rpm
Listen to the sweet, sweet sound of the NASCAR-powered Valiant on the Dyno at Summernats 27. For you American visitors, the 1970 Valiant is built on the Dodge/Plymouth A-body platform.





Vanishing Point - It takes a Mopar to catch a Mopar
1970 Dodge Challenger vs 1968 Dodge Charger in Vanishing Point (1997)





HEMI 6 turbo Valiant X275 Charger
Brad's Valiant Charger runs a personal best past in Sydney. The car is powered by an old school 265ci HEMI 6-cylinder engine and Boosted by a Garrett GT47 turbocharger on Ethanol E85 fuel. The car still retains a Chrysler 904 trans, Borg Warner rear end through MT 275 Street Radial tyres. APSA Pro Street Shootout round 3, Sydney Dragway, Australia - May 18th 2013. http://www.facebook.com/fullBoostcomau http://www.youtube.com/user/fullBoostcomau https://twitter.com/fullBoostcomau http://www.fullBoost.com.au





7 Second Australian 1972 Valiant Charger
Not a car you see in the US that often, John Faraone's 4200lbs 572ci Twin 88mm turbo powered 1972 Valiant Charger layed down some serious passes on Drag Week, especially the last day when he overcame some tuning issues and broke into the 7's! We love seeing people come from overseas to enjoy this insane event, especially when they come from the opposite side of the world! Car built by https://www.facebook.com/pages/Faraone-Engines-Dyno-Tune/161151870627284





SLANT 6 Mopar or No Car!
Mopars and very attractive women.....Mopars Kicking ASS! What more can you ask for?! If you like what you hear, come and visit me at CDBaby! In case anyone is curious, yes, I've owned tons of Mopar products! There is a SRT4 in my driveway right now. I've had Coronet R/T's, Challenger RT, Demon's, 300's, SRT8's, I love em all! And I have no problem with other cool Musclecars. I even own a Buick with a V6 that is fairly quick...... However....I loves me Mother Mopar! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/slantsix





Onboard Mikes Valiant Hemi Pacer Six pack
Onboard Mikes Pacer with the newly fitted Six pack and Exhaust system, Those triple side drafts sound fantastic at full throttle. And yes the speedo is reading way way too slow. And Mike, i have to admit it's a pretty cool car for a non rice burner!!!





Scotty's Garage - Dad's Ute - Part 1
Hey guys, got a project on the go. I'm doing a restification on my Dad's old VE Valiant utility - or ute as we call them down under. He left me the ute when he passed away last year and I've decided to give it a tidy up. These are based off the 67-72 A-body Dodge Dart floor pan and I'm bolting a Chrysler big block into it and giving it a general tidy up before the big Chrysler's On The Murray show next month.





265 HEMI E49 A84 R/T CHARGER 302rwhp Mainline Dyno Run
Faraone engines built / tuned - 265 hemi 10 to 1 cr - Pump gas, iron head, flat tappet cam orig 45mm carbies and oem extractors .





265 Engine Dyno
Hemi 265 on Engine Dyno





VG Valiant Hemi Pacer - Shannons Club TV - Episode 2
Shannons Club TV hosted by Mark Oastler & Joe Kenwright talk about Australia's rich motoring history on the road and in competition. Episode 2 features the VG Valiant Hemi Pacer. Get connect now and share your passion Join the Shannons Club http://www.shannons.com.au/club





FARAONE ENGINES / 2500 + PLUS Horsepower Twin Turbo 472 Charger maxes out Dyno JET
Built not bought 2009 - Faraone Engines built and tuned 2500 PLUS HP - 472ci johns twin turbo wedge maxing out the Dyno jet .The real power in these pulls is unknown as the Dyno is maxed at the start of the run at only 4000rpm. This run would be over 2000rwhp if the Dyno was up to it.





Valiant charger association-Save the chargers !!!
EVERY CHARGER SHOULD BE SAVED, SO SAD TO SEE THEM WASTE AWAY!........DIEHARD MOPAR FOREVER





Slant Six Fire Up
Finally after 2 years got the dang thing running.





FARAONE ENGINES 265 HEMI 400plus fly wheel hp
Faraone engines built hemi 6- 400hp plus fly wheel pump gas, solid cam,iron head 265 - makes a Genuine 293 rwhp on a no fantasy mainline Dyno log driving through a 9 inch diff. This 265 combination makes 308rwhp with 48mm webbers again driving through a 9inch ford diff. Add approx 15 to 20 rwhp if you put a 4 pinion borgwarner diff behind this 265.So 330rwhp with pump gas,the point dizzy holding things back a little.




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