First time at the track. 81 Malibu, 355 small block, Doug Nash 5 speed.
2000hp TT Monte Carlo HEAVY BEAST
Michael Roy, long tme Drag Week Veteran brought a new setup this year,
changing from a single blower to twin 88mm turbo's, see what she's got in her! There's more
where that came from even!
1980 Malibu Big Block
Here is a clearer video. You can see a bit more detail and there was also
a bit more sun out today! And yes it is one of the 202 factory 4 speeds
they made that year. But now it's fitted with a muncie M-21 with a 67
chevelle 12 bolt 3:31 posi. I know, I know I need a new gas tank. One
thing at a time. I need to recover the front seats, put in the new
headliner, and install my new carpet. After that I may take off the upper
and lower A frames and powder coat them, of course at (Top Dog Powder
Coating) and put in some new bushings. The rear end has UMI upper and
lower control arms as well as the upper and lower connecting braces.
Blown Mustang Rolling Burnouts
See full build compilation vid go here
For a track video of this setup go here
This is my dad's 1979 Malibu pro-street car. This is the video of its first
pass with the new blower motor. 540ci, with an 8-71 Supercharger. Launched easy b/c we were on the
Pass Time - Scott. Thanks Tony
Thanks to Tony Whetstone for this great copy of the video from Pass Time
that aired 3/2/11 from SGMP in Valdosta. Average Street Cars to the
SICK Procharged Malibu!!! 7.82 @ 189MPH
1980 Malibu owned by Scott Smith of Kansas City, powered by a 509 Steve
Morris big block Chevy & blown by a Procharger F3 135 Supercharger. These were the best passes on the
car at the time (7.82 @ 189mph), it sure is a beast! He was also winner of
the Drag Week 2011 Big Block Power Adder class!