Ford Power Stroke Diesel Truck Drag Racing Barona Drag Strip 10-20-2012
MAXIMUM DIESELS VS. THE WORLD
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2012
Nothing like Ford Super Duty trucks diesel truck drag racing on the 1/8 mile drag strip.
Power Stroke is the name given to the diesel engines found in Ford Super Duty trucks, Ford Excursion SUVs, Ford Econoline vans, and Ford LCF commercial vehicles. Production by Navistar International Corporation (International Truck and Engine Corporation) for Ford Motor Company began in mid 1994, in Indianapolis, Indiana, Huntsville, Alabama, and Brazil and continued until 2010. The Navistar sourced diesels came in displacements of 7.3, 6.0, 4.5, and 6.4 liters. In the middle of 2010 Ford released a newly designed 6.7 Liter Powerstroke engine (codenamed the Scorpion and built in house by Ford in their Chihuahua, Mexico facility (Chihuahua Engine Plant, "CHEP") along with a newly redesigned interior and exterior. These engines primarily compete in the United States full-size pickup truck market with the Duramax V8 from General Motors/Isuzu DMAX and the B series straight 6 from Ram/Cummins.
Dads First truck, Lost And Found, 1972 Ford
This video is about the finding of and resurectiong of my Dads very first
vehicle. A 1972 Ford f250 4x4, bout in 75', sold in 76' found 36 years
later with one foot in the crusher.
2012 Dodge Charger Super Bee Drag Racing Racelegal 10-19-2012
Friday night drag racing at qualcomm drag race your ride 2012 yellow dodge
charger super bee 392 drag racing on the 1/8 mile drag strip against 2011
dodge charger, This is the longer version.6.4L SRT8® HEMI® V8 with Fuel
Saver Technology and 470 hp
Unique 20-inch aluminum wheels with painted pockets
Leather-wrapped performance steering wheel with available paddle shifters
Black front grille with Black honeycomb and Super Bee badge
Z-stripe performance cloth seats with Yellow and Silver striping
Unique SRT8 fascias, rocker panels and spoilerCharger, Super Bee, SRT8,
SRT, HEMI and Uconnect are registered trademarks and Uconnect Touch is a
trademark of Chrysler Group LLC.
.4L SRT® HEMI® V8 with Fuel Saver Technology, producing 470 hp and 470
lb-ft of torque
0-60 in the upper 4-second range+
175 mph top speed+
1/4 mile in the upper 12-second range+
High-performance independent front and rear suspension with stabilizer bars
Performance-tuned hydraulic steering
Performance 4-wheel disc antilock Brembo brakes with vented and slotted
front and rear discs
Brembo four-piston Black calipers
245/45ZR20 all-season performance tires
SRT® design steering wheel with available paddle shifters
Bee performance information screens include
- 0-60 mph timer
- 1/4-mile timer
- G-force display
- Engine status display with vehicle information and maintenance reminders
Uconnect® 4.3/RHA with 4.3-inch with touchscreen display
Uconnect® Voice Command with Bluetooth® and Streaming Audio
Six premium speakers with 276-watt amplifier
Uconnect® Handsfree phone
Ford Ranchero Drag Racing Barona Drag Strip 1-5-2013
Saturday during the test and tune at barona drag strip there were four
different ford ranchero's drag racing on the 1/8 mile.In 1960 the Ranchero
became much smaller, becoming based on Ford's compact Falcon, specifically
the two-door sedan delivery variant. The popularity of small, economical
cars like the Volkswagen Beetle perpetuated a shift in thinking among the
three largest American manufacturers; 1959 would see the introduction of
the 1960 Falcon along with the 1960 Chevrolet Corvair and Plymouth Valiant.
A pickup version of the Volkswagen Bus and a van version of the Chevrolet
Corvair were offered as well. The economic recession of the late 1950s
certainly played a role as well. Ford believed the market wanted a more
practical vehicle, one much smaller, lighter and cheaper than a full-size
pickup truck, and indeed the Ranchero sold well in this incarnation. Now
marketed in print as the "Falcon Ranchero," the new vehicle's standard
powerplant was an economical 144 cu in (2.4 L) straight-6. In 1961 the 170
cu in (2.8 L) straight-6 was offered, and in 1963 the optional 260 cu in
(4.3 L) V8 was offered in addition to the 144 and 170. The two-speed
Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission (offered between 1960 and 1963) or
three-speed C4 Cruise-O-Matic could be ordered as could a three-speed
manual transmission. The Ranchero had a 800 lb load capacity.
Note that there are three almost entirely different coupé utility bodies
for this generation of Falcon: the Australian Falcon Ute differed in having
a shorter rear overhang than North American models, a cargo box that
extended farther forward than the rear window, and shorter doors; while the
Argentinian version also shared the sedan's overall length and short
"4-door" doors, adding higher and more squared-off cargo box sides.
The Ranchero evolved along with the Falcon in 1964, becoming just a little
larger along with its parent and using the same basic body style for 1964
and 1965. In 1965, the 289 cu in (4.7 L) V8 replaced the discontinued 260
and an alternator replaced the generator in all Ford cars. While
Chevrolet's El Camino used the same body from 1968 to 1972, 1970 saw a
complete restyle for Ranchero, which had started with a boxy body style.
Both the Torino and Ranchero featured a shallow-pointed grille and front
end with smooth, somewhat more curvaceous lines influence by coke bottle
styling. A fourth trim option was made available in 1970. The Ranchero
Squire (pictured) was an upmarket trim package which featured a woodgrain
applique similar to that found on the Country Squire station wagon. Like in
previous years, all Torino options could be ordered, including all-new
Ram-Air 429 Cobra Jet or Super Cobra Jet engines (7 L) with a slightly
different "shaker" hood scoop borrowed from the Mustang, so named because it was
directly mounted to the carburetor and shook with the engine at idle. Also
available was a stylish grille that featured hide-away headlamps as well as
an optional hood with an oversized scoop which was standard on Torino GTs.
The 1971 is distinguished by a grilled divided by a center section.
A minor but nevertheless important variation debuted with the 1970 model.
Prior to 1970, no Ranchero had any interior badging identifying it as such.
With the 1970 model came a "RANCHERO" or "RANCHERO GT" badge on the glove
compartment rather than Fairlane or Torino badging.
6.0 Liter Ford Powerstroke - Cab Removal & Head Removal
In this video, I will show the cab removal from the chassis. Then I
disassemble the engine to the cylinder heads. I also added a brief view of
cleaning the head deck surface with bar stock.
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Chevrolet Metro Drag Racing Racelegal.com 10-19-2012
Friday night drag racing on the 1/8 mile at qualcom some very fast drag
racing But check out this very fast tirm smoking chevrolet metro.
The Geo Metro was a marketing and manufacturing variation of the Suzuki
Cultus available in North America from 1989 through 2001 as a joint effort
of GM and Suzuki. The Metro, which (in the US) carried a Geo nameplate from
1989 through 1997, and a Chevrolet nameplate from 1998 to 2001, evolved
with the Cultus and its siblings over 13 years, three generations and four
body styles: 3-door hatchback, 4-door sedan, 5-door hatchback and 2-door
convertible — and was ultimately replaced in the General Motors lineup by
a family of vehicles based on the Daewoo Kalos.
From 1985 through 1989, Cultus-derived models sold in North America —
under the nameplates Suzuki Forsa, Suzuki Swift, Chevrolet Sprint, Geo
Metro and Pontiac Firefly — were sourced from Suzuki's facilities in
Japan. Beginning in 1990, all North American M-cars were produced at CAMI
Automotive, a 50-50 joint venture between General Motors and Suzuki in
Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada. Production was Japan-sourced until 1990
manufacture commenced at CAMI Automotive, although Japanese production
continued to source Canada bound sedan models. CAMI never reached its
intended Metro/Firefly/Swift capacity. While at its peak, Canadian
Swift/Metro/Firefly production reached more than 100,000 vehicles a year,
the number fell to just 32,000 in 2000. In response to the waning
popularity of smaller automobiles in the North American markets,
Chevrolet/Geo sold only 55,600 Metros in 1997, off from 88,700 the year
before. In a 2004 Autoweek article, Osamu Suzuki, chairman of Suzuki,
called CAMI "a fishbone in my throat" because of its low production.
Beginning in late 2003 as a model year 2004 model, the Daewoo Kalos,
marketed variously as the Chevrolet Aveo, Pontiac Wave and Suzuki Swift+,
effectively replaced the Metro/Firefly, although the Aveo is more of a
Daewoo Lanos replacement as opposed to the Metro, the same time when Daewoo
closed majority of its dealerships outside South Korea in 2002.
The Suzuki Swift was replaced by the Suzuki Aerio hatchback in 2002,
although the Aerio also replaced the Suzuki Esteem
Super Diesel Shootout! Sled Pull, Dyno, & Drag Racing Diesel Trucks! HOT ROD Unlimited Ep. 45
This week on HOT ROD Unlimited, Brian Lohnes hosts and announces at the
inaugural Super Diesel Shootout in Tulsa, Oklahoma presented by Shell
ROTELLA. Custom built and everyday tow rigs of all makes battle it out in a
two day event featuring drag racing, Dyno, and a tractor pull! Watch
trucks roll coal in sub 10-second passes on the strip, and "roll coal" with
the sled pull.
HOT ROD Unlimited appears every other Friday on the Motor Trend channel.
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ICELAND'S GIANTS OF OFFROAD: Extreme Offroad Ford Trucks
http://www.mntxi.com Fully loaded for off-road - the secrets and rarely
seen custom features of massive Ford Excursion trucks modified for extreme
off road touring in Iceland. http://www.mntxi.com
Featuring Kristjan Kristjansson, CEO of Mountain Taxi, Iceland's longest
established off-road super-truck tour company
1228Hp & 1952Trq - Cummins Powered 07 Ford @Truck Source Diesel Dyno Day 2014
Truck Source Diesel Dyno Day 2014
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Filmed and edited by Skull Crusher Adventures All rights reserved
1994 Ford F350 4x4 Cummins 12 valve conversion "The Forge"
Link to build:
This ist my1994 F350 with a Dodge Cummins 12 valve conversion. It was a
gasoline 460 V8 4x4 automatic; now has a NV4500, Gear Vendors overdrive
(came with the gas truck yet needed rebuilt) and a divorced Ford NP205 I
found on craigslist. Dana 60HP front axle and a sterling 10.25" rear axle.
This is basically it's 1 year 10,000 anniversary since the swap.
I've been getting 18.5-19.5 mpg city/hwy combined. It's always combined
where I live. I get about 14-15 towing 8000 lbs.
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