Beating on a Dodge 440 big block truck fail
my friends 'smiley truck' taking a friend girl for a drive. i figured it would do her some good but ended up breaking in an awesome way when it hit a pothole. well, i guess it was exciting anyway.
The truck did not break because it was rusty, or old, or parts were loose, or because the truck was on its way out. The truck broke because of the forces involved when it hit the deep hole in the pavement, it bent the flat plates that the U bolts connect the axle to the frame, causing them to pop out, and then fly off. resulting the rear diff to twist, because it was under load, resulting in this.
The Best Burnout EVER!!!!
$300.00 special catching HELL!!! At the 2011 Burnout party!!!
This vehicle was bought to finish the show with a bang!! This was done in front of the house on a PRIVATE road and IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE A BURNOUT DON'T CLICK THIS LINK!!! And don't ask WHY?? If you want to see pics of the road after the burnout go to my channel click on website!!!
Dodge 440 startup after tunning.
Ok, here it is, my long awaited engine. I know everyone has been asking WTF have I been up to tinkering in the garage on for hours, finally I broke out the camera to share with you my newest edition to the family! LOL. I'm very proud to be an official Mopar Big Block owner and proud to say it's ready for the road. This is my 440, 7.2 Liter 1976 Dodge engine in my 1970 Dodge Sweptline D100 truck. With the help of my good friend Robert Solis, we have cooked up a wonderful little recipe for around 525-550 HP which we are not quite finished with. So far we have put in the Lunati Cam Adv. Duration: 292°/292°Gross Lift: .480''/.480'', Holley Street Dominator Intake Manifold, Holley 750 4-Barrel Carburetor with Electric Choke, Holley 110 GPH Fuel pump, new chrome alternator a must have for effect, new water pump, Flowtech Ceramic Headers, MSD electronic ignition and distribution, champion copperhead plugs. (Side note, the plugs that autozone has for the 440 are wrong, take your old plugs down to match them to get the right ones), steel braided dress up kit and of course the real deal Mopar valve covers and air cleaner; very important for a Mopar owner. We don't yet have the headers stitched into the mufflers so you are hearing the engine straight out of the new headers. I'm waiting for the push rods to show up before I can put in the new rockers. But, it's coming together nicely. Next, the Hughes Performance stall converter and a floor mounted B&M Shifter and we should be gettin down the road. Oh yeah, posi and disc brakes next. Till then I can't really get on it too hard on city streets even though it's ready for it...! I'll be sure to get some burn outs up shortly for all you Mopar fans as well as the build up pics and videos.