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HQ383 - The Sweetest Sounding Holden V8 In Australia

I've heard alot of engines over the years from a variety of makes but this 383 Holden Stroker is one of the sweetest sounding V8's around.


 


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Best Powerskids at Gazzanats 2011
Just get on it and see how long it'll smoke - that's what powerskids are all about. No brakes, just a heavy right foot and an arm full of steering lock, just watch out for those walls.





BAT05L - Big, Black & Blown
A bit of modern muscle here with a 304ci Holden V8 sporting a thumping great 6/71 blower on a home made intake that the owner built himself. The bottom end is mostly stock with just valve springs to counter the Boost.





ANARCY Supercharged Holden V8 Torana
This might be the quickest Holden V8 in Pro Street I think. Harry Joss runs a supercharged 355ci Holden stroker in this badass LX Torana hatch and with ET's in the low 8's we reckon it might be one of the quickest around.





Gazzanats Powerskids 2011
Okay, so they're not all Mopars but we lead the charge with this tough sounds turbocharged V8 Chrysler at Gazzanats in Adelaide. Powerskids for All





National Burnout Masters Finals - Summernats 24
The Liqui-Moly National Burnout Masters at Summernats 24 was the most kick arse collection of burnout warriors ever seen in this country. It started with 18 cars which was quickly whittled down to just five contenders; Matt Power, Peter Gray, Steve Sines, Mick Brasher and Gary Myers. This video just shows a small part of each burnout in the top five, I'll post the whole of each individual burnout in the next couple days.





GEMSKID Supercharged Holden Gemini
More girl power with Juzzy Mott frying some tyres in her supercharged 383 Chevy powered Gemini.





RATS65 Supercharged Falcon
Old Falcons are pretty cool, they're even cooler when they're packing blown V8's





V8 Holden Commodore destroys engine on dyno
From Summernats 19, this blue VK Commodore throws a couple of rods through the sump on the Dyno. It was making over 600hp at the rear wheels.





QIK400 Holden at Summernats 25
We've decided to make it All Holden Day here at Scotty's Garage with another great smokeshow. I'm pretty sure this one isn't packing a late model GM motor though. Sounds like there's 400 cubes of Chevy small block in there.





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