Doomsday Impala - Building a Drag Doorslammer (1920 x 1080 Full HD)
1968 Impala, Doomsday, chrome moly, tagged to 6.0. Three and a half years
work, representing approximately 5000 hours investment of time. Uploaded in
full 1080 HD. Adjust the little cog, next to the clock on the bottom right
of the screen to adjust the viewing quality. Car is a Chevy's full size
offering, a1968 Chevrolet Impala, naturally aspirated with 496cu methanol
carburation. Chassis is tagged to 6.0. Best ET with this engine 8.69 at
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Tube Chassis Camaro Testing
My tube chassis Camaro
with a Branon Performance 632ci big block chevy. We are doing reverse
testing down the driveway, making sure everything is running ok.
I gave the thumbs up because the car went in reverse... ahhhh the simple
things in life.
MAGNUM CHASSIS BY ESSENTIALLY OFFROAD
This is a Magnum Chassis built by Essentially Offroad in Murfreesboro TN.
This one features a Dana 60 front axle, 6.0 LS Engine, turbo 350 transmission and NP 205 Transfer Case
with a 14 Bolt Rear axle. EOR can pretty much put whatever driveline you
want in it. They offer several different options and can sell you all the
parts you need to build an awesome buggy.
For a Rolling Chassis with drivetrain mounted the Pricing Starts at $8,000
and goes up from there. They can build mild to wild, whatever you like.
Be Sure and give them a call for all your parts and 4x4 needs.
PHONE NUMBER IS 1-800-826-1623, tell them MadRam11 sent ya
S-10 Drag Truck
This is a 9-second S-10
Visit us at Hendersonracing.com or abbatechnology.com to have your car in a
Welding Race Cars.mp4
This video presents information about welding race cars that summarizes an
article published in the American Welding Societies Journal. It outlines
additional information presented on our www.NetWelding.com web site. It
includes a few video clips of Richard Petty discussing the importance of
quality welds in making a safe race car.
It has suggestions and potential problems when welding 4130 Chrome-Moly
used by drag racers as well as the mild steel used in NASCAR chassis. You
can see the 1st page of information on welding race cars at:
We dropped in on the Montana Brothers (and sons) 2/10/12 and Nick gave us a
quick shop tour and talked about the season
With the sub-chassis, front clip and roll cage welding complete, team
Leavitt brings all three components together giving shape to the car.
Rodney and Colton MIG weld at the same time to increase production while
keeping a close eye on the heat input and metal draw, (which is also an
important step in choosing where to sit)!