HEMI 6 turbo runs 7s! ~ JUSTA6
Doing it the hard way is Andrew Sanders' Chrysler Centura. Powered by an
Aussie manufactured 265ci HEMI six cylinder, the Prescision turbocharged OHV engine is extremely old school in
design. Getting to this point has been many years in the making.
Specialised Power Porting Extrude Honing.
FUCHS Nitro Thunder, Calder Park, Australia October 19th 2013
265 hemi Dragster
Kwinana m/plex grand final 2010/11 season. First round b-out, 9.11 on a
265 HEMI E38 Valiant Charger vrs XR6 TURBO
2003 Faraone engines built 265 s Two genuine A84 E38 Chargers - 265 hemi
6s with faraone ported iron heads, solid cam forged pistons Msd ignition
and webbers ones in a silver big tank E38 with 290rwhp. Racing a modified
12 sec xr6 turbo with Exhaust injectors typhoon cooler on 12psi Boost runs 12.7 ets...... The 2nd clip
is a big tank hemi orange E38 with a 340rwhp Faraone Engines N/A 265 with a
ported original iron head , solid cam, tripple webbers, borg warner 44
e48diff 3.27 gears. And a accurately calibrated factory tacho and new
circuit board this engine is reving a genuine 6800rpm. 265 Hemis
built/tuned by Faraone Engines on Dyno vids coming showing two
cars on Dyno.
265 Hemi Six Dyno Tests @ COME Racing - Triple Webers and Megasquirt
Brett, Sam, Ads and Shane Dynotest Bretts 265 Chrysler
Valiant Hemi Six Cylinder engine with a Custom Megasquirt Fuel Injection
& Crank Fired Coilpack Ignition system on Sam's Engine Dyno.
It made about 300 Hp (Ok, 297) with lots more tuning to do in the car, but
ran very well with even the limited amount of tuning time we had on the Dyno. Tested with the
Weber Carbs as a Baseline, then the Megasquirt Injection to compare. The
O2 Based AutoTune function is Great ! We had it dialled in to the Ballpark
Map with about 10 minutes work.... Later in the car.. we will "engage" the
Nitrous System ! :)
Looking Forward to getting it in the Charger and having some more time to
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.
Valiant Charger 265 Hemi
A fairly decent 265 that's still being run in so nothing too amazing. Has
had all the common work done such as Large Valves, 318 Pistons, Double Row
Timing Chain, Roller Rockers, Billet Cam, Enlarged Ports. It has an
enlarged oil pan and runs Electronic Ignition instead of the standard
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!!!
Hemi Under Glass Last Ride
After 39 years at the wheel of one of the most famous and unusual cars in
drag racing, the Hemi Under Glass, Bob Riggle decided to hang it up.
We were there to capture the last runs of this iconic car and the driver
who thrilled crowds at drag strips all over the country.
426 Hemi in a '55 Chevy! Roadkill Episode 8
On this episode of Roadkill, HOT ROD's David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan
hit the road on a quest to build a car they've both dreamed of for years: a
'55 Chevy Bel Air sedan set up like a '60s Gasser and powered by a Mopar
426 Hemi. The guys drag out a '73 GMC Suburban that they'd never driven
more than around the block (did you expect anything else?), then use it to
pick up a bare '55 Chevy body in California before heading north for the
1,000-mile trip to Lincoln City, Oregon. That's the home of Jim Meyer
Racing, the chassis builder that helps the guys turn the '55 into a wicked
looking hot rod in a single day. There's no fail in this episode of
Roadkill! Well, at least nothing terminal.
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