10 Second @ 124 MPH Drag Race Dodge Dakota in car video

10.9 sec @ 124 mph at Los Angeles County Raceway (now closed). 1988 Dodge Dakota tube frame car, 452 BB Mopar, Torqueflite trans, 5500 stall converter, Griner brake, 4.88 Dana 60, 14x32" tires. 2900 lbs w/o driver. Video camera attached to roll bar inside cab. Truck is sliding around a bit during run due to sand on track. Video shot 5/06, as rock quarry was getting closer to track, blowing sand on track. Track closed 7/07. Two step at 3000 rpm, 5500 stall converter, shift at 6200 rpm, through traps at 6200 rpm. Truck was built for 10.90 class, runs low 10's

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