Dodge Dakota Burnout
This is my 1988 451 stroker big block powered 1988 Dodge Dakota. I bought
this truck for $100.00 back in the fall of 1999. This is a very fun vehicle
to drive around town and is very street friendly. The engine is only 9.5:1
and burns 93 octane fuel. It has also run the local 1/8 mile track at to
the tune of 7.40 @ 94 mph with 3.55:1 gears. Needless to say, being that
its just a 1988 dakota...many people with chevelles, chargers, Camaros, corvettes, vipers and Mustangs are shocked when the
realize that they just got thier asses handed to them by a little black
truck. LOL! only kidding. As you can see, burnouts are effortless...more
vids to come. Enjoy!
Smok'n some oversized tires through 2nd gear @ 60 MPH, after a 4.10 LS gear
swap. Had to let off gas to avoid going through the woods at the end of the
lifted 92 dodge dakota
This truck has a new 318 sitting in it and runs strong. Has 2 inch body
lift ($80) and a 2 inch torsion key lift (Free just some work check out
41) total of 4 inch lift and 33 inch tires which provide 2 1/2 inches of
lift over stock tires.
Dodge Dakota Truck Pull
Washington County Fair Grounds, Greenwich, NY 2008. 1999 Dodge Dakota 4x4
driven by myself (Kyle Mach) pulls in 5500LB class weighing in with no
weights at 4420lbs. Pulled 181.4ft.
10 Second @ 124 MPH Drag Race Dodge Dakota in car video
10.9 sec @ 124 mph at Los Angeles County Raceway (now closed). 1988 Dodge
Dakota tube frame car, 452 BB Mopar, Torqueflite trans, 5500 stall
converter, Griner brake, 4.88 Dana 60, 14x32" tires. 2900 lbs w/o driver.
Video camera attached to roll bar inside cab. Truck is sliding around a
bit during run due to sand on track. Video shot 5/06, as rock quarry was
getting closer to track, blowing sand on track. Track closed 7/07. Two
step at 3000 rpm, 5500 stall converter, shift at 6200 rpm, through traps at
6200 rpm. Truck was built for 10.90 class, runs low 10's