Ram Air IV GTO Judge vs 455 Hurst Olds - 1/4 Mile Drag Race Video - Road Test TV
http://www.RoadTestTV.com 1/4 mile drag Race between a rare 1969 Hurst Olds and 1969 GTO Ram Air IV Judge. The Hurst Olds is powered by a 380 horsepower 455 cubic inch engine. The GTO is powered by a 370 horsepower Ram Air IV 400 cubic inch engine. These rare cars are part of Pure Stock Drags. They cars have to be equipped with Stock Carbs (Jetting ok), Stock Intake Manifold, Cam within 2% of stock specs, Stock Heads, Stock Block - but can bore up to .070 over and use pistons within 1.5 points of stock compression, Stock Exhaust manifolds, stock wheels and stock size non-drag tire. Also, stock transmission (shift kit allowed is automatic). No line lock, No trans brake, No manual valve body, No Torque converter with higher than 2200 rpm stall. Road Test TV - We Live Hi Performance! Please SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=roadtesttv
1000 HP Hurst/Olds First Run
First Run with 1984 Hurst/Olds. Dick Miller 496 Big Block Olds with D1SC ProCharger from Colorado Speed. 5 Speed Cryo Treated Tremec, Moser 12 Bolt with 35 Spline Wave Trac, Full suspension, disc brakes, etc... 1000 HP / Lb Ft TQ on 15 LBS Boost. Never more than half throttle so far.
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This is by far, the most well documented and most well preserved survivor car that I have ever encountered. Imagine hopping in a time machine, traveling back to 1975, and visiting a used car lot. This is exactly what you would find. It is a car that has always been kept in a climate controlled environment and is completely oblivious to what bad weather looks like. Please feel free to check it out in greater detail by visiting my website: http://MMBrokers.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mmbrokers Twitter: https://twitter.com/mmautoclassics